字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Hey, guys, how's it going? My name is Michaela, and it is freaking cold in this closet. But, Kayla, you're Canadian, and you shouldn't be. But in my defense, these walls are like these walls are like paper thin, and there's no insulation in here. Since I'm in Japan, I guess I'm gonna have to stay warm the same way Japanese people dio with Putin. Odin is a Japanese winter dish consisting of several ingredients such as boiled eggs, daikon radish, cognac Ooh and process fish cakes. Student. A light soy flavor. Dashi broth. Most Japanese convenience stores have simmering old and pots in the winter. Many different kinds of Odin are sold, with single ingredient variety as cheap as 100 yen. According to Wikipedia, I have a confession to make. I've actually been terrified of Odin for years. I guess part of the reason was because I never quite knew what itwas is. It just looks like soggy food in fish. Bonner. And it doesn't smell that great either. I know it looks scary, but if we go through the ingredients together, maybe you will learn to like it as much as I do. So this is we know lucky or in English, Wiener Mackey. And it's a facade. As you can see, it's a sausage wrapped in fish cake. Next we have you, suji. So it's kind of like fatty meat. Some of the most popular Odin ingredients are tofu. This is gone. You'll see it's mostly just eat fried tofu. This is keen chocolate and probably one of my favorites. The outside is deep fried tofu, but in the middle is Japanese rice cake or machi. This one's also really interesting gills on that cake. This is literally gills up, wrapped in deep fried fish cake. Inside, feelings really don't differ from that of a regular user who and finally we have daikon Japanese radish. Not only is it huge, but it's also low calorie, which is good when you're watching your week. A good daikon literally melts in your mouth. It's awesome. So there you have it towed and dish that it costs about 620 N for six things. Don't forget Odin. Ingredients can change depending on what part of Japan urine, which like, really, really, really makes me wanna ask. Have you ever tried Odin? What are your favorite ingredients and Where in Japan are you located? So that's it. I'm working really hard to get videos up every Monday. Every Friday is the small Nakamoto, Siri's. And, um, for those of you who don't like that, please watch my Monday videos instead. Cool. All right, so I have to go, like, clean up this closet cause there's like Odin happening and there's garbage happening onto guitar.