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  • Aww.

  • "If you smile, good things will happen!" it says

  • A hundred yen for the leek, and we put it in here.

  • Sweet potato, rum and raisin, chocolate chip, oh matcha looks good.

  • Mmm.

  • So we are using the Go Pro on the journey director?

  • Hey guys, it's Cathy Cat and the director, and after we had a livestream with you guys,

  • hopefully you were able to come and join in, we are now going to a farm.

  • A little bit of disinfectant.

  • We are now going to a farm to eat some farm ice cream which is, in Japan, said to be one

  • of the tastiest ice creams if you have straight from the farmstraight from the cow.

  • So yeah, off we go!

  • Director: There is a reason why I wanted to show you guys ice cream there...

  • Because of the corona virus there is a large surplus of milk in Japan. - I heard that too!

  • The reason there is too much milk, a surplus of milk, in Japan is because the kids in junior

  • high and elementary school usually have a meal – a lunch set that is decided in advance,

  • always the same for all the classes, you usually have milk with it.

  • And since they had sudden school closures, there's too much milk.

  • Health is important but also the economy.

  • So I want to help support the farmer's in these times by going there.

  • So we will eat ice cream! - Navi: Keep left.

  • Japanese farm ice cream is said to be amazing.

  • After 300m please turn left.

  • She's still saying to keep left.

  • What is that?? - What?

  • So we stopped our car on our road trip because over here is a ryoujo hanbai, and that's

  • when farmers and similar put down things from the field and you just can buy them right here.

  • And it's based on the trust base, which means there's a little thing and you put coins

  • in there and it's based on the idea that you're a good person and you're not gonna nick it.

  • And you can see like a mat over here to keep the vegetables in the shade.

  • And let's take a look inside.

  • Oh, they also say they have security cameras here so people dont nick stuff.

  • So there is one actually here so some people might be nicking it, but generally it's

  • based on a trust base.

  • So you pick what you want and it'll say a price down here below and then you just

  • put it into the little box here and then the old cute lady that was here a moment ago will

  • have it for herself.

  • Today we have leek...

  • Leek.

  • What is this?

  • What is this?

  • Oh, so that's radishdried radish.

  • So this is the big radish, Japanese radish, it's huge right.

  • And that's small bits of it that have been dried.

  • It looks like pasta.

  • What is this? - Taro!

  • Pickles.

  • Alright.

  • Vegetables are your health barometer. Eat vegetables and be healthy today and tomorrow too.

  • "If you smile good things will happen!"

  • This lady is adorable. She wrote more over here.

  • What does it say?

  • I am grateful to have met you in this big wide world.

  • Many things in life don't go as planned. The person that you want to make smile, is also thinking of you.

  • Maybe this one...

  • Thank you.

  • So it will say 100 yen for the leek.

  • 100 yen for the leek, and we put it in here, so the cute old lady can have it later when

  • she comes and checks if someone bought her items.

  • There are even bags here.

  • I find that really nice.

  • She even has some bags here in case you need them, but i think we won't even fit this leek

  • in there.

  • Do a leek spin.

  • I'm such a pro at this.

  • This looks like a bamboo forest! - BAMBOO forest!

  • I am Cathy Caaat (singing)

  • Oh I can already see people eating ice cream!!!

  • We are here. - oooh!!!

  • Okay here we are at the enomoto bokojo, somewhere here in Saitama.

  • There are just doves that flew out of the house over there.

  • It smells of cows.

  • This is a familiar smell.

  • Where my mum lives there are more cows than people.

  • Pardon?

  • Yes, apparently the ice cream here is really good. Let's go figure it out.

  • There are so many cars here.

  • I think loads of people are bringing their kids and grandkids here.

  • So in germany we told people not to give the kids to the grandparents but here in japan

  • there are no other option because there are no babysitter system or similar so the kids

  • have to be with the grandparents right now because the parents still have to be working

  • so you'll see a lot of kids with grandparents with kids.

  • Let's go.

  • Italian ice cream and something.

  • Sweet potato, rum and raisin chocolate chip, oh matcha looks good.

  • Can I order? A single scoop of milk ice cream in a cone please.

  • Single scoop ice cream milk.

  • And the next order is two flavors to enjoy in a cup...

  • I can recommend strawberry and matcha.

  • I will go for the matcha then - Is that all?

  • That's all thank you very much.

  • Okay well, I got myself the milk one because it's the most popular one and of course we

  • said we're going to support the milk producers here of Japan and matcha she said so another

  • one she can recommend to us.

  • now I don't have free hand because i always have to hold this microphone so I'm just going

  • to go wild on this one. 333.222...1111

  • Mmmmh!

  • wow thats rich.

  • It literally tastes like frozen milk.

  • But very rich.

  • im curious about the matcha one now.

  • Anyways, it's like sweet but not too sweet.

  • Director, how do you like the ice cream?

  • Oishi.”

  • Banksy found at the farm.

  • Banksy!

  • So this is like the milking robot.

  • The cows when they feel like their utters are too heavy, they can come themselves.

  • They know this by now and they can get themselves milked.

  • So they walk into this robot and the robot will take the milk off them.

  • So when they feel like they want to get milked, they can get milked themselves.

  • These are books you flip over when you read them to kids.

  • This one is like theRules of the Farm,” “How Humans and Cows Will Interact.”

  • The Body of the Cow,” “About Milk,” “How to Work With Cows,” andThe Life

  • of a Cow.”

  • I think up here when they have classes they will show the pictures and explain to kids

  • these things.

  • We can look down from here.

  • Oh, look at those.

  • Cows are so cute.

  • Stay safe.

  • Moo.

  • You okay there?

  • Moo.

  • Right, that was it from japanese farm.

  • first time for me being here too.

  • Very interesting.

  • Really love ice cream and hopefully the farmers will not struggle as much with the milk production.

  • As far as I know Japan people are not going to go vegan because of this, so we just have

  • to do something with all the milk now.

  • Hopefully more people will be willing to drink milk here in Japan and find ways to help you

  • guys, you cowsies.

  • Right.

  • So from now were going and try to film more things here outside of Tokyo from the huzzbuzz

  • away from too many people and crowded places so hopefully.

  • I'll see you soon for a video on here to ask japanese.

  • Don't forget to be subscribed and I'll catch you for more things from Japan.

  • Bye!

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