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  • Hello world!

  • Today we are going to eat lots of food in Asakusa

  • Yeah! We're going with Magical Trip,

  • which is an online booking website where visitors to Japan can book a local tour with a local Japanese guide.

  • Honestly, I found out about Magical Trip tours because if you watch YouTube videos about Japan,

  • you might have seen other Youtubers go on one of them.

  • Hi!

  • I'm going to take you guys to Kaminari-mon, and then like the shopping district called Nakamise, and then

  • Sensōji Temple, and then after that we're going to Kappabashi,

  • which has like a lot of

  • kitchen stuff and then we're gonna have Okonomiyaki and Monjayaki.

  • Let's go!

  • After going through the Kaminari-mon, which is:

  • (Aiko) Thundergate

  • we entered Nakamise-dōri where you can find lots of shops to buy stuff and eat stuff

  • Itadakimasu (Thanks for the meal)

  • (Greg) What's inside?

  • Anko

  • Red bean paste

  • What kind of bird is that?

  • It's a pigeon.

  • Ah! And there's a lots of different tastes? Yep.

  • So, what did we eat?

  • (Aiko) Manju. (Greg) Oh Manju.

  • And it was pretty busy that day.

  • Yeah, yeah. It was really crowded. And what did we eat next?

  • Kibi Dango

  • This Kibi Dango is made out of mochi, a rice cake)

  • which is then covered in Kinako, a roasted soybean powder)

  • It's got sugar in it, so it's sweet.

  • So how many shops do you think there are?

  • (Aiko) 100

  • Yeah, maybe 100.

  • There are a lot and what are you guys pointing at?

  • An ice cream shop.

  • Ice cream? Didn't you guys just eat two desserts?

  • Yes.

  • Itadakimasu

  • Sweet purple potato

  • Veneno? Famous in Okinawa.

  • How was your ice cream?

  • Delicious.

  • Yummy

  • How was your ice cream?

  • It's tasty

  • Custard cream

  • (Greg) You give me custard too right?

  • Yeah yes.

  • What is this Aiko?

  • Ichigo Daifuku

  • Itadakimasu

  • How do we eat this?

  • So what kind of Daifuku did we get?

  • Strawberry mochi and red bean paste one and

  • Normal mochi and a custard cream one

  • (Super tasty)

  • This is really good!

  • Wow, it's so busy today

  • Yeah, it's like this every day, but it's kind of a good place to buy souvenirs if you're on vacation

  • Yeah

  • Do you ever go here to normally shop by yourself though?

  • Not really

  • And what gate is this?

  • It's the Hozomon Gate (保蔵門). It means Treasure House gate

  • And after you go through the gate you can get your fortune.

  • I pull a stick out, and it had a number on it.

  • And you open the box with that number and you get your...

  • Fortune!

  • (What's the fortune for three of us?)

  • Kyō (凶, bad luck)!

  • What did you get?

  • You will spend a long hard time working on many useless things (gasp)

  • Your wishes will not be realized

  • (Greg) Do you burn this?

  • What do you do with it?

  • Don't worry

  • And then you know you can tie it up

  • Ah, Kyō!

  • Uh-oh!

  • I'm just regular fortune

  • What does that mean?

  • Great I can do traveling this year.

  • Did everyone get bad fortunes that day?

  • No, some people had good fortunes.

  • (Announcement) Please take a look at this

  • This is the part where I'd like to say it was calm and peaceful at the Buddhist temple

  • that people were praying and contemplating

  • Well, they were praying, but it's Sensōji in present-day Japan

  • so it was a zoo!

  • Still quite an experience to behold.

  • And so what was in there?

  • Koi (鯉)

  • Big goldfish?

  • Yeah

  • And what is the most beautiful one there?

  • The golden one.

  • Oh, there it is!

  • Now we're going to Yatai's 屋台 (food stalls).

  • And what kind of stuff do they sell there?

  • Like yakisoba, or french fries, or like chocolate bananas?

  • And when do you see them?

  • We usually see them at festivals.

  • This is a famous melon-pan (bread) place, and a lot of actors go there.

  • Video video haha

  • Melon bread!

  • (laughter)

  • What is it? Tasty? Delicious?

  • Very good, yummy?

  • Yummy. Yummy?

  • What do you think? Hi

  • Tasty? Yummy? Delicious?

  • Delicious

  • Delcious!

  • Let's go!

  • What is this place called?

  • This place is called shōtengai (商店街)

  • Japan~

  • It's an open-air shopping area, but it has a roof on top so it's great if it rains!

  • And now we're on our way to Kappabashi.

  • What do you find at Kappabashi?

  • A lot of Kappas.

  • Well, originally the "kappa" part of the name didn't refer to this green little guy

  • But lots of people think it does, so they have lots of Kappa there now.

  • Kappa is like a green monster

  • It's like a human, and...

  • Turtle?

  • Yeah

  • Mixed.

  • What does he do?

  • The Kappa lives by the river, and then

  • You know that scares you, scares like human beings

  • Do these Kappa look scary to you?

  • This big one looks ugly.

  • Hahaha

  • And this is a knife shop.

  • We were going to shop for knives for you, right?

  • Yep!

  • (Ehh, probably not this one...)

  • Maybe yeah this one.

  • And next we went a food sample shop

  • Yeah the food looks so realistic

  • (Aiko) Eh, $60?

  • Yeah

  • (Greg) that's not that bad though.

  • Pretty good looking piece.

  • This is Hayu

  • Piece of chocolate.

  • Cupcake.

  • Sushi?

  • Em, Katsuo (Skipjack tuna/鰹)

  • In this shop, you can make some of the food on your own

  • Yep, they have classes upstairs or you can even buy kits and take it home with you

  • And now we're finally gonna eat lunch.

  • Yay!

  • What do you guys want to eat and drink?

  • One monja(yaki) and one okonomiyaki?

  • Yeah, okay

  • And then we can share

  • Kampai! Cheers!

  • Before this lunch had you ever eaten monja-yaki before?

  • Yeah, once.

  • This was MY first time.

  • Mommy told me the vegetables needed to be cooked more, so that's why I was a bit leaky.

  • This is monja-yaki.

  • Yummy

  • Yummy. Yummy? Yummy!

  • If you don't know how to or don't want to cook it, the staff can actually cook it for you.

  • Yeah, that's what the adults did.

  • This is yakisoba.

  • This is okonomiyaki.

  • Shrimp and beef mince and cabbage.

  • Luckily, okonomiyaki is more solid like a pancake,

  • So it was a lot easier to handle than the monjayaki.

  • (Clapping) Yeah! Nice, nice!

  • (Greg) Looks like you guys have been drinking

  • Kampai!

  • Yeah!

  • What was the highlight?

  • What did you enjoy the most?

  • Well, eating Asakusa food

  • We are almost same height, by the way.

  • (laughter)

  • And that's actually why we chose our local guide Mana from those available for our dates.

  • We needed someone who wasn't taller than Aiko

  • Each local guide on the magical trip website has their own profile page

  • where you can check out their self intros, hobbies, and reviews from other guests!

  • Plus, if you click on the circle,

  • you can watch the local guide's introduction video as well!

  • And there's lots of tours. For example,

  • This one for Tokyo classic food tour in Shinjuku,

  • where you can get a taste of the neon lights while hitting up the restaurants and cafes.

  • This area can be a bit more tricky than the food stalls at Asakusa,

  • as many local restaurants have Japanese-only menus.

  • That's where your local guide can help you out.

  • And here's the anime and gaming adventure tour in Akihabara.

  • On the tour

  • You can check out an old-school game shop and arcade.

  • You can also go to manga shops where they have figurines, gacha-pon, and well, you name it!

  • The reason I recommend Magical Trip is that there are tons of little things around Japan

  • that tourists wouldn't know about but locals would.

  • The local guides actually live in the area,

  • and will show you around their city, give you recommendations,

  • and help you plan out your itinerary.

  • And you can join as a small group so that you would enjoy the time like you would with friends!

  • I just talked about tours in Tokyo, but they also have ones in Osaka, Kyoto, and Hiroshima as well.

  • Aiko, what did you think of the tour?

  • So the local guide Mana was easy to talk to.

  • On the trip, we got to visit so many different places, and we ate so much food.

  • I liked how we didn't have to think about where to go or what to do.

  • Our local guide even called ahead to the restaurant to let them know we were running late

  • because we had way too many desserts at the beginning.

  • Once again, thanks to Magical Trip for sponsoring our tour.

  • Thanks for watching. See you next time. Bye!

  • Bye bye!

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東京・浅草を食べ歩く (Eating Our Way Through Asakusa, Tokyo)

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    林宜悉 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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