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  • in this video, I'm gonna show you guys my top 10 food at a Japanese department store as you guys were present.

  • I'm doing a video on my top 10 food at a department store from the last video.

  • What a lot of people don't realize is that basement department stores, also called the particles, have really high quality foods.

  • Today we're going to go to the Tokyo future because it's one of my go to spots here in Siberia for Bentos, sweets and all sorts of different kinds of foods.

  • But if you guys are really looking for some premium sweets, just down the street is a Cartier has a wide selection of premium treats, and some of them are pretty trendy as well.

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  • And it's getting super hot out here.

  • So let's go down to the basement and check out the food.

  • Tokyo Fu Chou is directly connected to Shibuya Station, my home station, and it's just underneath of Hachiko.

  • They even have a needing space for anyone to have a quick bite end.

  • If you're not hungry, it's pretty dope just to check out the cooking demonstrations.

  • All right, let's get our food on number 10.

  • Hurry from Nick Oyama Nique Ghoul, Yama.

  • It actually means meat Mountain thing, they say, for when they yodel Nico.

  • Yemen's an uber popular meat restaurant.

  • Katie Georgie sometimes takes months to make a reservation, but at the Tokyo Fujiko you can get there.

  • Same delicious beef curry without the way it smells so good.

  • So you can just get the regular curry, which is about 5 600 yen.

  • But if you want, you can also get a hamburger on top of it.

  • Or you can get the Katsu.

  • It's I got, but I really liked about it.

  • You get the curry on top and they separate the rights and the meat so that it doesn't get all soggy, which is really, really nice.

  • It's like I really appreciate you can smell the spices.

  • That's what I love about this place.

  • One of their love is like how thick the curry is.

  • It's really savory.

  • Definitely taste the spices, but it's not like a really, really spicy curry.

  • Oh, and then the meat.

  • The meat is so tender in this while other cuts of curry.

  • And since the package, the cutest separately.

  • When you take a bite into the cuts, it's still crunchy and crispy, which is really nice.

  • There's a lot of big chunks of meat, so good well is no bird.

  • You can taste all the biggies in here.

  • It's all melted to eat.

  • But I ate the meat in the curry, literally melted.

  • Oh my God, Did you see me?

  • A regular meeting?

  • It's time Number nine Silman Noodles with egg from Nadelman, not Amon is a staple in most department stores.

  • Actually has a long history as a Japanese restaurant.

  • It even appears an old literature by Japanese novelist So Seki not submit.

  • You confined delicate and refined Japanese dishes here, so this shop has all source of Japanese, like Mentos and very like Japanese Up so one of my favorites is a so many.

  • It's really cool, cause that hasn't owns in tomorrow, and I love on Santa Margo and has some shrimp as some spinach.

  • It's really perfect for the summer because it served cold and the soup itself.

  • It's not like a very liquidy soup.

  • It's more like a gelatin soup that her dollars if you guys have never had some somen noodles.

  • Basically, the soup itself is quite salty, but not like too salty.

  • But I love.

  • Is this like Monsanto?

  • Madam, Look at that.

  • That's the best part on Santa Margo.

  • The yolk is still running and when you like slurping the noodles, you can definitely taste.

  • The egg is like one of those things.

  • I don't eat a lot, but like sometimes you just feel like you wanna have some noodles, you want something refreshing.

  • Then this is something that I would definitely get, like So maybe it's like a summer food in Japan.

  • Like my mom used to make it for lunch.

  • It's gonna leave food for the finger to review to make mmm so good a dashiki.

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  • Only she when you eat.

  • So menu.

  • I depend on himself or eating like a food.

  • Never been like this kind of Joey, but since it's jelly to it sticks to the noodle.

  • You can taste the soup ports number a eggplant salad from ABC Die Coca.

  • You'll find Japanese home made sell dishes at a premium quality at ABC di Cocco.

  • Once you try it, you'll taste a difference straightaway.

  • vegetables air cut right before being cooked, maximizing its umami flavor.

  • And if you can't decide what to get, you could go for one of their bento options.

  • Keeping to a healthy and summer theme.

  • We have an eggplant and a dingy, which is a mushroom.

  • It's really refreshing.

  • And then they also have like a daikon, which they put like a ponzu sauce, like a Citrus sauce on it.

  • It's really delicious, and I like it if I just want to keep a little bit healthy.

  • But I also want a lot of flavor because this is really flavorful, because daikon soaks up all the flavor as well as the eggplant and heading Mmm so well.

  • It's like when you eat it, it's like, kind of nice and gooey, but it still retains all the flavor of juices that have been marinated with a dingy the mushroom That's nice.

  • That has a better mushroom based on.

  • I just loved upon.

  • It's like a very refreshing that Citrus vinegary taste.

  • No, this dish was Potosi salads.

  • It's supposed to be a salad, but it seems like they cook it or grill it or be right, and you put it in the sauce for like I spent 30 minutes or something.

  • So these soaks up the goodies from the sauce and it it's super soft.

  • No, you know what do we got?

  • Fresh air, you know, love how juice comes out from the number seven Japanese pickles from Ginza.

  • We're gonna This Japanese pickle shop always has interesting pickles.

  • And that's why I love it.

  • When we went this time, they had corn, eggplant and even an imam it.

  • Now I know it may not be that exciting, but I got pick.

  • Oh, so one of like the most popular stacks in Japan during the summertime are pickles, right on my go.

  • You like pickles?

  • You see, Michael loves pickles.

  • If you go to like a festival or affair, we have like buckets of pickles on ice.

  • No, remember, we went toe on center.

  • They had, like these, like pickles on a stick like the's ones are, like, actually more like lightly pickled.

  • But they are so delicious.

  • So usually when you eat these, you like, cut them up into little pieces here with rice or you like you have it like in a little bold shared among friends while you're talking around.

  • Maybe drinking, all right.

  • It's a little sweet and the waves like this place is done in like it almost like there's like there's like a rice wine that it's in picture there like some alcohol, But I'm not too strong.

  • It's so refreshing and crunchy right here.

  • This conscience, it's like it's still crunchy.

  • Number six men, she cuts from Azuma Azuma is a fried food specialty shop, and you guys know I love fried food.

  • How many today?

  • Let's do one look at bam.

  • Open out for future reference.

  • Please use some chopsticks.

  • Look at that fried crispy piece of love in my chopsticks second bite.

  • Wow, I forgot how good it is.

  • After a nice crunch, let me show you guys.

  • It's really delicious.

  • Meat is intoxicating.

  • It's still like very packed with oil, so that just melt all those juices in your mouth.

  • It's not like the healthiest language, but that's why we love fried food, Right, guys, there's actually like two or three kinds of Vinci Katsu at the shop.

  • The one that I got is mixed with pork and beef, but the one that's actually more popular, that is just like strictly pork, but I kind of like the mix of pork and beef in my mansion to I think that's why I like you get like, an interesting matchup case that you don't usually get one just for you to see beef.

  • Maybe if you had to go there, definitely try just the pork.

  • Just let me know what you guys think.

  • It's like a red.

  • Take mine.

  • I mean, it's so sweet.

  • It's not heavy at all.

  • Do that Number five Mago yucky from Todd.

  • Oh, if you're looking for a fluffy tomato yucky, add to your meal.

  • Can't go wrong at Tato.

  • So what I love about this shop is that it has all these different types of tomato yucky.

  • So if you've never been to the shop before, I recommend getting this triple set because there's so many different kinds.

  • I think there's like six or seven different kinds.

  • Let's try them out now, all right, so we'll start off with the regular Iraqi.

  • You can actually see the layers there, which is like your standard.

  • Definitely.

  • This is like the sugary version.

  • It's like a really, really sweet scrambled egg, but it's still good, nice and soft and man, this here, this is a subway told it has a chicken inside.

  • It's not a suite at the sweet tomato yucky, but it's still a little bit sweet.

  • I really wish I had some rice with this definitely good.

  • And so this here is your food, which is like the Kyoto version on.

  • So this one is actually my favorite out of all of them, not that sweet and a little more savory, So I kind of like salty foods, so that's my preference.

  • But again, it really depends on what you guys like, but definitely worth a try.

  • If you've never had Jackie, this is a spot of the Tokyo food share.

  • I like to climb pickles, too.

  • It's nice number for seaweed and Jacko solid from our F one.

  • So's I R F one.

  • So's I stands out for its beautiful section of salad.

  • This is definitely my go to when I'm craving fresh greens.

  • So what's nice about this shop is that it has a bunch of different, like healthy salad options, but it also has some fried food options.

  • It also had some bento options that I have just like all seas.

  • Seven options But salad here is really, really good.

  • Now.

  • There's just so many different ones.

  • This one is one of my favorites.

  • The reason why it's one of my favorites is because it still has, like a lot of like, the Japanese ingredients it, as I see me dyke on, and it has like a little fish called Jackal.

  • It also has a ponzu ginger sauce, which is, you know, vinegar, Citrus and ginger, and it just makes like a very, very refreshing dish to eat on a summer's day.

  • And it's healthy.

  • I really enjoy the texture.

  • It has the seaweed.

  • It's kind of gives it, like, kind of like a slimy, crunchy texture you have.

  • The daikon radish was gives it kind of like crunchy pair, and just overall it has just a bunch of different textures.

  • But I just love the crunchiness of the Japanese ingredients, so definitely if you're gonna get a salad.

  • Yet this one number three sushi rolls and only giddy from Koichi Koichi on is a sushi and only giddy shop that you can find in many depart chicas.

  • And it's been one of my favorites for a long time now, so this place you've actually probably seen it in Tokyo Sky tree.

  • But I'm showing you different ones than I had last time.

  • This is the Mega Toto, which is also really good.

  • Look at that.

  • Like, luscious piece of Meggie.

  • Toto!

  • Right there you go.

  • To the convenient.