字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント you guys that I would make a short video today and show you all the souvenirs that I brought from Japan to Canada for my family and my friends, Um, I try to bring difference of news each time. I've been back and forth between Japan about 13 times now. So, um, I made one of these videos before, but this time I wrote some different things. I thought I would show you guys maybe give you some ideas if you're going on a trip to Japan or for Japanese people that are going abroad and need to bring some souvenir. So I hope this is helpful and interesting. Pokemon goods the reef for Children and for adults. Many adult foreigners still love Pokemon, so they're always a great souvenir, the super cute. And it's hard to find stuff like this in Canada and probably America, too. So plus, she's or the use candy filled Pokemon balls that I got for my sister. I'm excited. Open these. Everyone come with figures, too, but really, anything like this is always great. Lots people really injury, hoping one stuff. So Korea and other Sydney that I would totally recommend are the use candy making kits that you've seen me do in lots of my videos. I just love these and I think they're fun for kids or adults. It's definitely something that you can't get outside of Asia. So they make a great souvenir. I got be cake one, the hamburger one and the super cute Bento one I've never made. I might actually make this one with Val tonight, so maybe you will see a video of us making miss later. Next is something that I've just discovered myself recently and I'm in love with these hot, I'm asks. They come in separate little packages and you open up and put them on your eyes just like you would like. A sleeping mask and the heat up and steam comes out of them and they smell super good. I think this iss camomile ginger one these air so nice. And there's also rose one. They all smell still good and they're so relaxing and you can put them on at night time when you're about to go to sleep and the heat lasts for about 10 15 minutes and then they cool off. So it's not like dangerous toe fall asleep with them on or anything. So I totally recommend the use, their little expensive, I think. For a pack of five, it was about $6 so a boat 600 young. But they're nice, and I think they make a great souvenir for your mom or your grandma or someone like that. Bringing green tea is always great. Green tea is cheap in Japan because everyone drinks that you could just get it up the regular grocery store. You can also go to like a specialty shop to get if you want, like a super high quality. Much are something. But even if you just get this super cheap stuff from the grocery store, it's so good and better quality than I'm the green tea that you built to find in grocery stores in Canada And the thing. This was only less than $3 anyways for a 20 pack. So that's good. If you have some girlfriends that you want to get souvenirs for, I recommend Japanese fashion magazines. They are super cute and fun. Even if your friends can't read Japanese, it would be fine, because Jeff, these magazines air filled with pictures, so I think really anyone could enjoy these. Anyone that likes fashion would totally love this, I think. And lastly, is this client assortment of snack Andy use? I just thought, like all my favorites, the Octopus can be the naming a video about this one's fun. These are just so delicious about two kinds of these. These are the chocolate chip, much of cookies. And this one is like, I don't even know how to explain these. Anyone who's been to Japan is probably tried. These like a Oh, my God. Look, kind of like a court and tough that soaked in chocolate. They're really good. But these cookies that come in like a tube like this there's 24 different versions of them are currently and there are so many good ones, and they're super cheap. I think these were 70 yen each. Please make a wonderful souvenir. Sushi. Gummy Candies. These are cute and also cheap. I think these were 90 yen or something. These air fun, Some green teke. It cuts from the Kit Kat store that I went to. Um, these ones are kind of expensive, as you saw in my video. But you can also just by green tea cake cats from any grocery store. They're not packaged nicely like this, but they're a lot cheaper. Um, melty kiss much a flavor, these air so good. They're like a really creamy melt in your mouth kind of chocolate. They come in regular flavor, too. I got a much of one at a regular chocolate, one for my parents, the banana Candies that I tried in the Japanese snack time. You were so good. So I decided my friends would probably like these, so I got a couple of packs of those. And then I was so happy to find these. Hello, Kitty. Milky can be used to come with the regular milk flavor and then a strawberry one, and the package is just so adorable. Hello, Kitty is also something that's really popular overseas. So anything, Hello, Kitty makes a great Japanese souvenir and last but not least, poke him on gum. Who doesn't love Pokemon? Go means they're just adorable. The red one is great flavor, and the blue one is soda flavour, adorably not explain that in English. It's like a sweet soda pop like Rahman, a flavor you ever tried, Romney. All right, so I think that's really all that I brought with me this time. That was helpful. If you have any suggestions for souvenirs that you like to buy in Japan and bring home to your family with some comments below, maybe that would help out some people They're visiting Japan. Oh, by the way, if you live in Victoria tomorrow night, I'm having a meet up at six PM at sucker a Japanese grocery store. We're gonna go there 1st 2 graphs and snacks, and then we're gonna go to the seven o'clock showing of the new Miyazaki movie. Wind rises at the Odeon. So if you want to come, please meet us at soccer grocery at six. And if you're working or something and can't make it, then but you still want to come to the movie, you can probably find us somewhere in the theatre just before seven. If you have any more questions or anything about the meet up, come over to my Facebook page. We have ah, discussion about it going on over there, so yeah, I hope to see lots of you guys there.