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  • This video is brought to you by Square space. In this video I'm going to share with you some shocking things about child birth in Japan.

    Squarespaceの提供でお送りします

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    今回は、日本の出産にまつわる驚きの実態について 紹介すっぞ

  • So i'm back with another video, this one a little bit different than what we usually do on this channel

    今回の動画は、このチャンネルで 普段紹介してるのとはちょっと違うぞ

  • But as a lot of you know, I recently had a baby boy

    知ってる人も多いと思うけど、 オラ、最近息子が生まれたんだ

  • So I wanted to share this

    みんなにオラの経験をシェアする いい機会だと思ってさ

  • Experience with you because it totally had me surprised about all the different things that I do here in Japan

    日本で出産でするいろんなことに、 オラはすごく驚かされたから

  • Especially me coming from a western country the U.S., but in order for me to do that, I need to bring in some special guests.

    特にオラはアメリカ出身だから

  • Hey

    この話をするために、スペシャルゲストを 迎えねぇとな

  • Say hello to everyone

    ウルフィー、「こんにちは」は?

  • Konnichiwa

    ハローって挨拶すんだ

  • What's that? it's mic, oh, he's really into the mic right now

    あれ何だろうね? あれはマイクだよ

  • If you guys actually want to see what we're doing on the daily, if you guys want to see you know

    今、マイクに釘付けになってる

  • What's happening in our regular lives either check out our Instagram account Tokyo Zebra or check out our YouTube channel. Right Wolfie?

    オラ達の日常生活はTokyo.zebraのインスタグラムか

  • Yeah, yeah, give me a hug before you go.

    ユーチューブチャンネルをのぞいてみてくれ

  • He's a lip syrup today

    ウルフィー、そうだろ?

  • All right

    行く前にハグしようぜ

  • How is he good? Yeah

    なんかいつもよりこの子唇分厚くない?

  • Oh also before we start if you guys want to see what we're doing on the daily check out our Instagram accounts

    あいつは大丈夫か?

  • And if you want to help support the channel check out the Japan merch finally if you guys have any questions

    もう、会えなくて寂しいもんね

  • Check out the discord community right there. So the first thing uh, that was really surprising about Japan

    始める前に、、

  • Is painless birth and the fact is like in the U.S. they actually don't even call it painless part. They call it epidurals

    オラ達個人の日常はインスタでチェックしてくれ

  • Oh, okay. Yeah, but in Japan they call it painless painless birth. We call it: Mutsu Bunben

    チャンネルサポートはグッズ購入からお願いな

  • in Japan. I was surprised that it's not very common here in Japan. I think from like statistics

    日本について質問があるなら、 オラのDISCORDコミュニティにアクセスするんだぞ

  • It's about 5.3 % of all women giving birth in Japan use it

    まず最初に驚いたことと言えば

  • So it's very very low. I can count the girls who had a Mutsu Bun Ben, Yeah.

    無痛分娩に関して

  • Most the girls use regular natural work a lot of the the doctors in the community say that childbirth and like

    アメリカでは、無痛分娩って言わねぇんだ

  • experiencing the pain is kind of like a natural part of becoming a mother so that they

    英語ではepidurals(角膜外の)って言うんだ

  • want to like have the woman experience that also a lot of like doctors think that childbirth is not actually a

    そうなのね

  • Like medical operation and they don't think that you should use medicine in order to give birth. It should be something natural

    日本だと「無痛」だろ

  • So that's why they don't have this painless birth. People in Japan,

    オラが驚いたのは、日本では一般的ではないってこと

  • Basically believe that having a pain will make you a mother and it's interesting because like since it's not really practiced here in Japan

    統計によると、日本では5.3%しか無痛分娩を行っていないんだ

  • There's not a lot of like a lot of the hospitals you go to won't even offer it so I think in Tokyo alone

    だからすごく少ねぇ

  • There's only about 56 hospitals or clinics that offer painless childbirth, right?

    私の友達で無痛分娩をした子は数えれるもんね

  • So it's like very very difficult and for us living like in the center of Tokyo. There was only about like five places

    ほとんどの子が自然分娩したかな

  • That we could go to like that. It was like in commuting distance. Yeah, like even like though all those five they don't all offer

    日本の医師やコミュニティは

  • 24-hour service. Yeah for the Mutsu Bun Ben because there's like a limited number of doctor who does the "Masui"

    出産に伴う痛みは母親になるために 発生する自然な痛みだって言ってる

  • Anesthesiologist. Yeah

    だから、女性達に体験した方がいいと思ってる

  • Yes, they have a limited number of them

    それに、出産は医療手術ではないと言ってる 医師も多いんだ

  • So they don't offer that at night or on weekend. If you have contractions

    だから、出産するのに麻酔はいらないって言ってる

  • Yeah on either of those times. You're pretty much, you know screwed so

    自然なことだから

  • I had to choose the one that over 24 hours, which was just two for me. Oh, okay. Yeah since the hospital so those

    だから、無痛分娩が多くねぇんだ

  • Mutsu Bun Ben that are limited. Um, the beds are limited, right so you have to book it right when you find out that you're pregnant

    日本では、出産の痛みが母親にさせるって 信じてる人も多いの

  • So when we were like when was that like five weeks like right when you found out that you were pregnant?

    日本ではまだそこまで一般的にしていない 医療施術だから

  • Yeah, I was pregnant and I had this like letter that says I'm pregnant. I had to make a phone call. I'm only five weeks

    麻酔自体を一切しない産院のが多いんだ

  • To book the bed. I felt like it was like you applying to college or something where you're like

    東京だけで見ると、56箇所の病院で 無痛分娩ができるらしい

  • Well, I give are we gonna get in? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah

    特に、オラ達は東京のど真ん中に住んでるから

  • Yeah, and then like I actually get rejected it's really really really competitive. Yeah

    たった5つの産院しかなかったんだよな

  • Okay, so that's the first thing that was surprising another thing

    通えるところにあったのが

  • That's surprising. I think a lot of people were surprised also that are watching our vlog

    しかも、その5つの産院の全てで24時間無痛分娩が できるわけじゃなかったんだよね

  • You know on our Tokyo Zebra channel is that the stay is actually quite long

    麻酔医師の数が限られてるから

  • It's actually like about five to seven days on average here in Japan

    anaesthesiologist

  • Yeah, in my case. It was four days after giving birth one day before because it was the plan delivery

    それそれ

  • So you said six days five nights six days five nights

    その人達の数が限られてるから

  • Yeah, so I was actually quite surprised with like the total length

    夜間と週末には無痛分娩ができない産院が多いの

  • But then I was actually also kind of surprised at how much it really cost here in Japan. In the States,

    もし陣痛がその時に来ちゃったらさ

  • It's actually quite expensive in some other western countries, but from what I hear like in other european countries, it's actually free.

    最悪だよね

  • Yeah, I think Canada is also free here in Japan

    だから私は24時間毎日 無痛分娩ができる病院を選んだの

  • You actually end up paying about 500 000 to about a little over a million yen

    私の場合、2つの産院からしか選べなかった

  • Yep, but you also do get some government assistance, but that really depends on which wards you live in right?

    それから、無痛分娩ができる参院の数に 限りがあるから

  • Well, some wards offers like additional support like Shibuyaku and Minatoko as far as I know. Yeah, they offered

    ベッドの数も限られるでしょ

  • Jumanonijuman, so that's like a little bit extra

    だから、妊娠が発覚したらすぐに ベッドを予約しなきゃいけないの

  • But like that's a rare case. I think in our case we ended up spending about childbirth itself... It was about

    私の場合、あれ5週くらいだっけ?

  • 1.1 million yen, and then we had about

    妊娠ってわかって本当すぐだったよな

  • 520 000 yen, from the government

    妊娠がわかって、妊娠してますって言う 証明書みたいなのをもらうのね

  • So roughly paid around 600 000 yen, which is like roughly around 5000 dollars to give childbirth

    で、すぐに電話しなきゃいけなかったの たったの5週でだよ

  • So for the six days, that's actually pretty good like they took care of you

    ベッドを確保するためにね

  • and some of the things that were kind of interesting is like it's not actually your regular stay which also kind of

    大学への進学申請する時みてぇだよな

  • Blew me away. Um, you also actually had a welcome pack, right? Oh, yeah

    「オラ、合格したのか?」って

  • Yeah

    そうそうそう

  • When you book the stay or the bed, I got this little piece of paper

    しかも、断られた産院もあったし

  • Basically tells you like so this is what we offer you like a gift bag and this is what you need to bring

    すごくすごく競争率が高いの 東京はね

  • So the things they offered are fast bassett hair dryer

    それが最初に驚かされたことだな

  • breastfeeding pillow bath towels baby clothes diapers and wipes

    もう一つは、

  • basically what you need to take care of the baby and just like live normally. It almost sounds like you're checking into a Hotel

    TOKYO ZEBRAチャンネルの視聴者のみんなも 結構驚いてたことなんだけど

  • yeah, yeah, basically, yeah. Yeah, you actually don't really need to bring anything. In my case

    入院期間の長さだな

  • Yeah, but our hospital was like kind of like a smaller like personal clinic and if you go to a bigger like giant hospitals

    日本では、出産時に平均5〜7日間入院するんだ

  • Yeah, they offer less stuff. So you actually have to bring a lot of stuff before I continue

    私の場合はね

  • I wanted to give a quick shout out to our sponsor Square Space

    産後に4日間、出産前に1日

  • This year has been ultra crazy with a new baby and everything else going on in the world

    計画分娩だったから

  • so their support has made all the difference for me and my new family if you guys don't already know from

    5泊6日だよな

  • All of my other videos Square Space is a go-to spot to build your online presence

    5泊6日、そうね

  • Square Space has uniquely awesome templates making it easy to start and better yet

    合計の宿泊日数にはオラも驚かされたけど

  • They have some pretty awesome tools to help you along the way for example

    コストにも驚かされたぞ

  • They have portfolios and galleries to display all of your projects and Square Space has powerful blogging tools to tell your story show your updates

    アメリカや他の欧米国も結構高いけどな

  • Photos and videos and if you're an analytics nerd like me

    ヨーロッパ圏は無料の国も多いんだよな

  • You can see how your visits unique visitors and page views trend over time helping you to build a better website as you go

    カナダも無料化

  • So head to Square Space.com today for your free trial and when you're ready to check out go to Square Space.com

    日本の場合、平均50万から100万+

  • Or slash Paolo from Tokyo and get 10 off your first domain or website and something that's pretty comforting when

    でも、政府からいくらかサポートが出るんだ

  • going and like staying there is they actually

    でもいくら払われるかはどの区に住んでるかで 結構変わってくる

  • Give the mothers, classes or they provide or offer these classes to them

    そうだね

  • So you go in not only just to give birth, but you actually learn like how to take care of your baby

    一部の区では、追加で補助金が出るの

  • I think that hospital's stay actually is the time to learn like that's what hospital like, you know prepares for the mothers

    私が知ってる限り、渋谷区と港区はそうだね

  • Yeah, so they have really good classes with other mothers like breastfeeding

    10万か20万プラスでもらえるのよね

  • how to put the baby in the bath and what you should be worrying about after the hospital's stay

    でも、これは珍しいケースだと思う

  • It's like all of the mothers that are having babies at the same time will get together

    オラ達の場合はと言うと

  • You know at certain times during the day with the nurses and then they'll like teach you

    出産費用が110万

  • All the different things that you need to do and if you have any questions, for example, you know

    区からの補助金が52万

  • What color should the poop be? How much are you supposed to be breastfeeding?

    だから合計大体60万くらい払うことになった

  • How do I change diapers like how to cut nails like all the questions like mothers would have?

    5000ドルクレェかな

  • They have all of them in one group so that they can ask the questions together and you know learn all at the same time

    6日間でそれなら悪くねぇのかな

  • Unfortunately because of the quarantine, um the classes

    ちゃんとケアしてもらってたし

  • Yeah, she couldn't it's cancelled. They she couldn't yeah, it got cancelled

    他にも興味深いことがあった

  • Yeah, unfortunately, but they did give you like at least one class, right? It wasn't much of a class, but it was like a lecture

    ウェルカムパックがあったんだ そうだろ?

  • Yeah, just for the um the bath, baby

    まぁ、そうかな

  • Yeah, um the nurse just showed me how to bathe the baby, but I also got this little booklet

    ベッドを確保する時にね

  • This was the um material for the um classes that I was supposed to take. It actually has this like how to bath a baby

    この冊子をもらったの

  • And what you should prepare for the bath and also..

    これにはギフトバッグに何が用意されてて

  • All about babies health so you have like an instruction manual

    家から何を持っていけばいいかが書かれてるの

  • For how to raise your baby. Since I couldn't get the class

    用意されてたのは

  • Uh, the nurse actually came to my room and like she actually went over everything. Yeah. Yeah, so that was actually nice

    産褥パッド、バスセット、ドライヤー、授乳クッション、バスタオル、ベビー服、おむつ、お尻ふき、

  • Yeah, so it's like instead of having, you know, like a group class. You got like a private class

    赤ちゃんをケアするのに必要なものと、 私が生活するのに最低限必要なものがそろってた

  • And then there was some stuff that was kind of specific to our clinic that were also pretty surprising

    ホテルにチェックインするみてぇだな

  • I've heard some stories about like how hard it is right after pregnancy here in Japan and like also in the States

    ま、そんな感じか

  • How hard it is but like this specific hospital like really focused on recovery

    正直何も持っていかなくてもよかったかも

  • Right. Um, they really wanted to make sure that the mother was properly taken care of. So for example,

    私の場合はだけど

  • If she got tired like at night or wanted to get some sleep

    私が出産したクリニックは割と小さめの プライベートクリニックだったから

  • They would actually take our baby and take care of him. And so that she can get some sleep

    巨大な病院で産むとなると 用意されてるものが少ないから

  • Yeah, right after giving birth you are

    たくさん用意していかないといけないの

  • Exhausted if you have experience, you probably know your butt hurts your like body hurts and everything hurts and you're sleepy

    ここで、スポンサーSquarespaceの宣伝をさせてくれ

  • Yeah, so it actually helped a lot. So in any hospitals in japan, they're either

    オラにとって、ベビーが生まれたり、色んなことが世界で起こっててクレイジーな年なんだ

  • Focused on like mother's body recovery like my hospital or focus on breastfeeding

    Squrespaceのサポートにオラ達家族支えてもらってる

  • So if your hospital is focused on the breastfeeding they're going to be focusing on like getting your breast milk work

    Squarespaceはウェブサイトの制作管理をするのに スッゲー便利なサービスを提供してるんだ

  • Working or working before your mother's body recovery. So basically it's hard to get asleep

    ユニークなテンプレートがたくさんあるから 誰でも簡単にウェブサイトが始められる

  • That's why I chose the one that's focused on mother's body recovery

    しかも、便利なツールのおかげで 簡単に操作できるようになってる

  • Yeah, but like unfortunately since you know, they don't really teach you much about breastfeeding

    例えば、ポートフォリオやギャラリー

  • Yeah, my breasts wasn't working until like when I was leaving the hospital

    これでプロジェクトが全部掲示できる

  • There are merits and the merits of these ones so pretty much in. Japan

    ブログツールもなかなかいいぞ

  • You get to choose whether you want to focus on breastfeeding and like getting your breasts to work

    ストーリーを綴ったり、写真や動画を投稿できる

  • Right away and like you want to focus on that or if you want to have some time to recover

    オラみたいな分析オタクには嬉しい分析機能付き

  • which is that's pretty nice you get to actually choose and then another thing that just completely

    ビジット、ユニークビジター、ページビュー、トレンド などが確認できるぞ

  • blew me away and

    これで、ウェブサイトを常に改良できる

  • I wish I was actually there because the food looked amazing

    squarespace.comにアクセスして まずは無料トライアル

  • I really wanted you to be there. Yeah, because I wanted to share with you. Yeah

    正式に開設する準備が整ったら squarespace.com/paolofromtokyoにアクセス

  • But I mean, first of all look at some of this food that she got this was right after she gave birth

    最初のドメインかウェブサイトが10%オフになるぞ

  • This is "Iwaizen" which means like celebration meal. Uh, you get like a really nice meal after the delivery

    入院中にありがたいことと言えば

  • It's like, uh, we did it

    母親がうけるクラスがあるんだ

  • This is what I got. Yeah, I got a steak and some kind of fish meal fried scallop. Wait. No, is that a blueberry?

    入院してただ出産するだけじゃなくて

  • It's a blueberry cheesecake

    ベビーのケアの仕方を教えてもらえるんだ

  • And some kind of soup. Oh and look at that. You even got some wine. Yes

    入院期間ってさ

  • That's like your first wine and you know, what like a year. I wasn't even sure if I was able to drink wine

    学ぶ期間でもあるのよ

  • yeah, I mean I was supposed to be breastfeeding but I guess it's like a little bit like I can drink it in like a

    病院は入院する母親のために そう言う準備をしてくれてるの

  • Second but still they gave you still yes. That was yeah. That was great

    他の母親と一緒に受けるクラスがあるんだけど

  • Like let me know if that happens in your country or in fact

    授乳や沐浴の仕方、それに退院してからについて

  • Let us know that if there's anything that you guys do that's different or that just shocked you as well

    同時期に出産した母親と一日のどこかで 集まって、助産婦さんに教わるんだな

  • Like let us know in the comments

    何をすべきなのかを教えてもらえる

  • This is the lunch. I got the next day the second day. I got the chicken steak. Lots of veggies. Oh

    質問もできるしな

  • I love chicken steaks. It was really good. And then I got fish, you know, like this place is really focused on meal very nutritious

    例えば、ウンチの色は?とか

  • Meal and it always comes with two main dish

    授乳はどのくらいするのかとか

  • It's really hard to finish everything

    おむつの変え方、爪の切り方

  • Yeah, but it's nice that you get to you know

    母親なら誰でも疑問に思うこと

  • You always have options all the more reason why I should have been there. I know right?

    グループで一緒に質問とかができるようになってる

  • A lot of Japanese like hospitals. If you don't go to this one. They do also have pretty good food like pretty decent food

    で、一緒に学べるんだ

  • It's not like terrible. I hear some horrible stories from other countries

    コロナのせいで、、

  • But you know in general Japan has pretty good food

    私受けられなかったの

  • I think this place especially was shocking like I mean look at that food. This is the second dinner

    キャンセルになっちゃったの

  • Oh, the scallop was so good. I got the giant scallop this really garlicky lemony sauce

    そうだな、キャンセルになったな

  • Full of salad pork cutlet I think yeah pork and vegetable soup. That's the dessert

    残念だったな でも一つクラスがあったんだろ

  • Oh, this steak was so good. That's stuff. Wow. We got some fish roasted beef roast beef steak

    クラスっていうか、レクチャーはあったよ

  • And then you got a baked cake, yeah, yeah and this is the breakfast the next day oh those are the thick bacon

    沐浴の仕方だけ

  • Those are large pieces of bacon really

    助産婦さんが沐浴してるところを見ながら教えてもらった

  • Wow, what else? Okay. So there's a there's a lot more. Oh and this is the

    こんな冊子ももらったよ

  • Japanese style dinner that I really liked. Oh you got tempura as well. It's a lot too. It's like a vegetable tempura. I got fish

    実は、これが受けるはずだったクラスの 教科書的なやつだったみたいなんだけど

  • And Miso soup. Wow, that's super Japanese. Yeah also Japanese stuff breakfast. Oh so you got like porridge

    ほら、沐浴とか

  • We've got some fish got some cuts of fruit in there. Got some tofu. Got some miso soup

    準備するものとか

  • Oh, sorry

    ベビーの健康についてとか

  • It looks like tofu and I got mozuku

    赤ちゃんの育て方の説明書みたいになってんな

  • And lots of veggies she got a lot of meals. I wish I was there

    クラスがなかったから

  • Yeah, so that's another thing that is super super shocking that you know, your meals were that good?

    助産婦さんが私の部屋にきて 一通り教えてくれたけどね

  • I don't know. Maybe not shocking to you guys, but pretty shocking

    それはよかった

  • Maybe you guys have that or even better ones

    グループクラスの代わりに プライベートレッスンがあったって感じか

  • And then she finally left they actually gave her gifts, you know, like yeah, I thought it was like pretty cool that thing

    次はオラ達のクリニックに関して 驚いたことについて話そう

  • That's a sample bag. I know but still like they gave you stuff on your way home. She got like

    日本でもアメリカでも、産後はかなり大変だって オラは耳にするんだけど

  • diapers she got formula

    オラ達のクリニックは 母体の回復にフォーカスしてたんだよな

  • She had,um what else got wipes they got wipes you got soap and then they even gave you like I think as a present like a real

    何よりも母親がしっかり回復するように ケアしてもらえたんだ

  • That was a nice present. They

    例えば、夜中に疲れちまって 睡眠を取りたい場合

  • They gave you like a huge like nice fluffy towel, you know for the baby

    ベビーを連れて行ってくれて面倒を見てくれるんだ

  • He's really good quality, too. You also got like a little box for his uh, umbilical cord

    そしたらマイコは寝られるだろ

  • Unfortunately, we lost his umbilical cord. Sorry Wolfie.

    出産したら、とにかくぐったりするんだよね

  • Like the last thing that was super surprising

    経験があるならわかると思うけど

  • Um was on her way out. I kind of knew this because I like I asked in advance but

    お尻も痛いし、身体中痛いし とにかく全部痛いし眠い

  • In Tokyo when you take the baby home, we don't have a car

    だから本当によかったと思う

  • That's why we did take a taxi

    日本の産院ってどっちかなのよ

  • And we didn't have to use a car seat

    私の産院みたいに母体の回復に力を入れてるか、 授乳にスパルタか

  • If you watched our Vlogs on our Tokyo Zebra channel, then you'll notice that we came home

    授乳にスパルタな産院を選んだなら

  • Maiko had wolfie in her arms and that's how he rode back home and a lot of people commented and said hey

    おっぱいが出すことを優先するの

  • Why isn't there a baby seater why aren't you putting in a baby seat?

    母体の回復よりもね

  • It was surprising to me that it wasn't required but in tokyo if you don't drive home

    この場合、ほとんど寝ることができないから 私は母体優先の産院を選んだの

  • Or you don't drive your own car and you ride a taxi or public transportation?

    だからってわけじゃないけど

  • You don't have to use a baby seat for infants or babies or anything. So

    逆に授乳に関してはしっかり教わることができないの

  • Anywhere we go in Tokyo

    だから、退院するまでおっぱいは出なかった

  • We don't have to. it's a bit scary though

    どちらにもメリットとデメリットがあるかな

  • If you think of the accident, I think a lot of parents living in Tokyo

    つまり、日本で出産する場合、授乳教育優先を選んで おっぱいがすぐ稼働するようにすることもできるし

  • They don't plan on driving because you know, a lot of people don't have cars anyway

    自分の回復を優先させることもできる

  • So it's like a one off thing and just to buy a baby seat

    選べるのはいいよな

  • For that one time then it's kind of

    それから、もう一つ オラが感動したのはさ

  • Yeah, yeah

    オラ、面会行きたかったわー

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    メシがスッゲーうまそうだったんだ

  • And if you want to see more content about Japan

    本当に来て欲しかったわ シェアしたかったもん

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    全部食えねぇから オラが食えるだろ

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Shocking Facts about Childbirth in Japan