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  • So we recently went to Osaka being that we live in Tokyo, we found a few differences between Tokyo and Osaka that we wanted to kind of highlight in this video here.

  • I hadn't been to a psycho for a law, so it was, like, good to actually feel the difference of Tokyo and Osaka.

  • We will compare Tokyo and Osaka by these 11 criteria, and each of us will vote on which we prefer.

  • So let's start.

  • So one of the first things we did, we went to the food market, right?

  • Yeah.

  • She told me that it was gonna be more like ski G.

  • So is expecting just like a fish market where people just selling fish.

  • But what I soon realized was when he got there people not only selling like fish, clams, oysters, honey.

  • But there was also co baby vegetables.

  • Another thing is it was actually under, like, one big covered area.

  • So it wasn't like outside, but one of the cool things Waas.

  • Each place was also offering food he can taste from their store from their shop actually had oysters right there in front that they were selling.

  • But you could also buy them and cook them up.

  • If it was, say, clams for something or you can eat self raw like the oysters or in uni, which was really pretty cool.

  • It's really hard.

  • Thio, find those stones.

  • They're like this.

  • Walk in by and like, eat and want kind of place is in Tokyo.

  • So you're Spahn and I wouldn't see with key, though they say is Tell it to Michelin restaurants.

  • So it's supposed to be super fresh and good quality.

  • Yeah, like one oyster was like What I like big.

  • It's good.

  • It's not cheap, but we were also there on the weekend, so there was a lot of tourists during that summer time.

  • So luckily we went early in the morning, so it wasn't too bad like the one first thing when it opened.

  • Which was, I think we met like eight 30.

  • Opening, Yeah, little strangers, that being that it's a fish market, it doesn't open as early as STD.

  • Oh, even though they're selling Thio Michelin stores and one dog.

  • Yeah, you would think that be up earlier selling, or maybe just the front part of the story, but it seemed like it was opening around eight because they were still stores not set up yet.

  • Well, Skee di is a little bit different.

  • It actually opens out, like five or six in the morning.

  • Right?

  • Thanks.

  • We'll get four even.

  • It's predominantly a place where people come to buy two now.

  • And other seafood goods They actually have auctions.

  • I didn't notice an auction.

  • Yeah, I noticed that.

  • Also, G.

  • It's a little busier, like the workers are really focused on getting their product out too different businesses.

  • And so they're not really interested in tourists and focus on tourists coming.

  • Yeah, I even saw no photographs everywhere in skeevy, skeevy.

  • Had a few cool stalls, but nowhere near the man who could have done well.

  • At least it seemed that way since could Amon stalls are all lined up in a row.

  • Wolinsky?

  • Jeez.

  • Somewhere hidden in the back alleys and harder to find.

  • Yeah, like I think it gives you many times you can't really buy stuff with, you know, things cheerful like this this packet, sizes experiences is a little bit different.

  • 01 thing I liked about ski gee is that they have this new looking building where you can buy seafood, meat and vegetables.

  • You can take what you bought on the first floor up to the third floor and eat it on the deck.

  • Wow, it's like a wide open space here.

  • There's like no one here.

  • They also have a food court, so it's perfect when it's too hot or too cold outside.

  • So if I put up a tea, that means Tokyo.

  • If we put I put a pin Oh, that's means Osaka.

  • So at the end of this, we'll see our scores.

  • How many points I gave to Osaka, how many points I give Tokyo, and we're gonna be rating the food markets of Osaka and Tokyo.

  • Could Amon and sketchy alright on 312 I think mainly for me, it was just friendliness of experience and its contents made more for tourists and people visiting for me.

  • Mostly Osaka winds moving on.

  • Let's talk about the street food.

  • So thank you know, sucker there a LA and it's easy to find, especially Stan.

  • But it's hard in Tokyo.

  • I disagree, because I think well, you need to do in order to find street food is the thing is, a lot of locals don't eat street food.

  • So you have to go to where tourists congregate.

  • Now we live until Gil, so we don't actually go to all these sectors, he spots because it just gets a pattern and stuff so we don't see a lot of street food.

  • Well, you'll find it's like in select parts of Shibuya, right by, like McDonald day.

  • There's extreme foods there.

  • They have the meat.

  • They have the skewers that they so you don't have to say it, but they made it.

  • Four tourists.

  • Exactly.

  • It's not fair for Well, I know that's what I'm saying.

  • But did you go like, if you could make it?

  • Exactly.

  • We make it for tourist goes against tourists like like that experience in Osaka.

  • They have the street food places in the main like City Center because that's where all that tourists go like.

  • I have a lot of friends and they grew up with street food.

  • They always go to those stands for snack like get some one on me, a give and share and then, you know, like their culture.

  • But here it's only for tourists or, like even though you know, show the guys that are introduced to tourists for street food.

  • They're actually like Excuse Bors, something that, like local spring home for dinner.

  • People don't eat it on the street like night.

  • Yes, at the end of the day in Tokyo, I don't that's looked down upon or people just prefer eating in a restaurant.

  • But just straight food isn't very popular.

  • Police from I feel like my friends and I never want to have street food.

  • Oh, no, no, no.

  • It all depends on Maybe it's just the culture.

  • The thing is, I wouldn't say it's better.

  • I mean, taste Think it's all really think it's a lot better, you know, like just take one just so much better.

  • Okay, so who wins the street food battle?

  • Wait, hold on.

  • I forgot which hand.

  • All right, reason why I chose Osaka is because they're just more of it, and people eat it more frequently.

  • So I guess they just have better food.

  • And if you really wanna have street food as a tourist coming into Japan, better to goto Osaka Vanya in Tokyo.

  • That's my I think I love for is expect street food when you come to Asian countries, and here in Tokyo, there's almost not so Osaka winds.

  • So let's move on to theme parks disclosure here?

  • I don't know.

  • I've never actually been to us.

  • J which is Universal Studios Japan in Osaka.

  • But I have been to Disneyland and Disney Sea in Tokyo, Michaels and more familiar with the Osaka side of it, but isn't just preference, isn't it?

  • Just you like Universal Studios.

  • You feel like Disneyland?

  • Yeah, just different character.

  • Different If you have two days, this is what I have to like.

  • Each of them.

  • You need one full day and us J.

  • You get more running one day, and I've been there twice both time.

  • Didn't need a a whole day.

  • To be honest, it's really small.

  • If you're going to morning, you'll be down around 4 p.m. or so.

  • My expansive Disney.

  • I've been to Disney, see a lot more because it's more geared towards adults.

  • More like couples.

  • Okay.

  • All right.

  • So moving on to the next thing, I think this is gonna be very vice.

  • Yeah, All right.

  • So any time you like comedians like, which one is that you?

  • Hey, you.

  • Hey, Wayner.

  • Theme parks is Tokyo for me.

  • It's because I haven't been us.

  • J.

  • Sorry, Ulises, just because I don't know anything, but I just love very biased Gil wins.

  • This one is interesting because there's just like the landmark powers here.

  • It's hard to compare our Tokyo has, obviously, Tokyo Tower more recently that have sky tree.

  • I've been to both Sky Tree and Tokyo Tower, and what I found in Tokyo Tower is very plain.

  • There's a lot to it, aside from just going all the way up and seeing the city where sky tree is a little bit newer.

  • And there's more shops, more restaurants, more of kind of like an attraction atmosphere than it is at Tokyo Tower.

  • I've actually run up Tokyo Tower, so Hosaka has to think of.

  • It looks very similar to Tokyo Tower in the sense of like the height and size, I think it's a lot shorter and a little older okay has, like Japanese like what school feeling?

  • Yeah, it's older, so therefore, probably it's not as tall, you know.

  • They don't have the construction techniques to build it US.

  • Hi, so you'll probably get a better view in Tokyo.

  • But one thing I did notice about to think a good Waas, just the surrounding area like the street around it.

  • There are so many shops, so many places to eat.

  • It's funny.

  • There's a lot of sushi Katsu places around this area.

  • I don't understand why.

  • Nonetheless, people are so pretty friendly here.

  • She tried to say that three times fast.

  • I think the atmosphere in general is a lot better.

  • You know soccer.

  • So if you had to visit one of the three, so it kind of sucks because you took it.

  • Has two things in Osaka has one, so that would be deciding factor for you 1st 321 More specifically, Scott.

  • Yeah, I mean, it's just the newer thing.

  • It's it's pretty.

  • You can go all the way up.

  • You can see everything if you really want to see, like all Tokyo, just go to Gil wins.

  • All right, so the next thing we're moving on to is Stomach E, which is directly translated means downtown.

  • But it's kind of more like Old Town, because downtown, you know, from a Western perspective, is like the new hip places with somebody.

  • Downtown actually means like older, more historical town with all the old school buildings, so Osaka and Tokyo have.

  • It's very unique.

  • Different towns In Osaka, you have Shin Sekai Tokyo.

  • You have a secure.

  • I think it's the only one in Tokyo.

  • Just the whole area was your first impression.

  • When you want condition, say, Aye, I felt like I just bit into a tourist trap.

  • Me like he was fun.

  • Oh, colorful and like little statues everywhere.

  • A lot of restaurants and stuff, but I don't feel like it was like a historical like Old Town.

  • I suck us off when you go, very actually see, like old links that's been there for forever.

  • And a lot of restaurant starts in business for, like 30 40 years, 100 years.

  • But I didn't feel the half.

  • It was more like Theme Park.

  • I don't remember.

  • You better get that mushroom guy.

  • What is that?

  • What's answered?

  • I really don't know the history, but it's like a theme park character.

  • You still like so many of them, right on golden years one and like the ones dressed up, got it.

  • So I guess I agree with you in a sense that I felt like it's more of a tourist trap is a lot of restaurants geared towards tourists.

  • But in the same respect.

  • When you go to Asakusa and you go on, son nog, you see all those stories and those air just like tourist places they both like, wins hands down on like a tourist trap Penis.

  • I think once you kind of leave that area like, just go a few streets down, get on both sides, you kind of feel more like you're in historical Japan when you're in Asakusa than you are when you're in.

  • Yeah, Tokyo Not to say that, you know, I was just kind of prep assist with Dylan, never a couple days, so I didn't get to see all of all those.

  • Okay, Yes, we actually went to their because that's what we were instructed to go to, kind of see this time.

  • Ah, Chief.

  • But maybe there's other places that we just missed.

  • But from my experience, just being together is like, there's a lot more.

  • Yeah.

  • Oh, Gil wins when you go to these cities or your to Tokyo and you're going to suck up.

  • Where do you think like the busiest places are?

  • Well, in Tokyo?

  • Definitely here.

  • Well, don't nobody lot of tours there.

  • I almost felt claustrophobic in that area.

  • I didn't like me just like my personality not to say that she is in like that because it is like if you go right right by the station, get really, really like Super Pac, especially on the weekends.

  • So I've learned to avoid that.

  • I guess so.

  • I don't go to that particular area during the weekends.

  • You know, like when you go to these kind of, like, tourists spot that everybody goes to you expect more like to see you.

  • But I didn't think there were many things to see in total body.

  • I don't know, but I'm gonna be here every day, so yeah, yeah, but I think what I did like about somebody is they had that river area.

  • It just seemed like it was more made for people just hang out.

  • You know, when they're done chopping where they can just, like, chill and have a seat somewhere, have a drink or whatever and those that restaurants lined up and it just seemed more again tourist friendly.

  • And I felt like I just put some thought into making that more of a place for people to like hang out, Have fun, spend the day as opposed to here in Tokyo.

  • There's not a lot of places where you can just, like, sit down for free and have a good time.

  • You might even like, go to the parks, But just like in a public city area, it seemed like a soccer actually thought about that, which is really nice touch.

  • It was nice to win this one like first.

  • So the winner is just don't somebody, Yeah, again, if you want to just, like, sit chill, which is like fighting, that's what's really important to me.

  • Just to be able to like, hang out, I would say, is a place to go.

  • But if you are more of like, Hey, let's go shops and why not?

  • I think you might be in for a surprise if you know you're in Tokyo, because there's a lot of really cool, trendy shops are here.

  • Osaka winds pull well, speaking of trendy shops, that kind of brings us to our next one, which is youthful.

  • You fool trendy shops in soccer, you have a memory area, whereas in Tokyo you have How did you Now we're kind of feeling about they both have a different kind of feeling in fashion.

  • Like in How did your food's more like E.

  • Coli fashion a man, but it's more like he pop.

  • Did you feel that?

  • It's like a little baggie and, like all the shops, are like, really he Paul Not to say that they don't have other fashion at each location, but predominantly we found was that well again, going back to one of my things I hate is just how busy things are remembered.

  • AWAs A little bit more tame than I would say How did you How did Jake was just like Okay, people nightmare.

  • You walk down a study and it just completely packed from wall to wall in a memorable one thing I liked about it was that they had a little part inside of the area full of something quick, appointing some companies triangle.

  • It's actually yes, Ryan.

  • Well, they have this thing that, like it was shopping in the memory A and then they get Oya E and have a snack in the park and then shock.

  • It's like what keeps d'oh in the area.

  • I think that was kind of cool.

  • You actually have somewhere.

  • Thio, you figured first tourist.

  • If I had to experience one or the other right like Well, which one would you go to?

  • War is a tourist ready?

  • Dogo wins.

  • So you know, we went from you fashion.

  • Now let's move over to a little higher and fashion.

  • You know, we have Ginza here in Tokyo, but also Motive Sando, which is, like, kind of very similar.

  • Let's stick for motor Sando for this physicist like wide open Street, which is very similar to Osaka in She's So Shinsei Busey also like wide streets and then on the sides.

  • You had all of the major brands you had product.

  • So basically you had all sorts of high end brands, including, like sports friends, apparently the CD itself.

  • It's so new and like like the most trendiest Japan, I think my street is failed this high end fashion stores, So I feel like but inside.