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  • Today, everybody, is a wonderful day. We are going to be eating strawberry cake for dinner.

  • That's right!

  • All the things your parents have told you before

  • about not having dessert before dinner,

  • we're skipping all that!

  • And we were like, "You know what? Haven't really had strawberry cake in a long time."

  • And it's strawberry season in Japan!

  • You need to hide your kids before they know that when you're an adult you can do what you want.

  • Like have cake for dinner.

  • That's right, kids! You can have cake for dinner!

  • And you can get a Sailor Moon tattoo!

  • And you can dye your hair pink!

  • Simon: I have a feeling parents are going to flag this video as inappropriate for children.

  • Martina: You could put cool things on your nails!--

  • Okay, so this is something that we haven't talked about before, we're gonna talk about it over here, you guys.

  • Come to the corner!

  • Okay. We've never really discussed this.

  • It became one of those things that was just normal for us.

  • We're going into Kichijoji station, which is a subway station.

  • And it's decked out with amazing stuff like, you know, clothes and you can get your eyelashes done.

  • And like, amazing bakeries and pre-made food that's absolutely delicious.

  • And what we realized is that subway stations in Japan can be epic.

  • Like when we first went to Ikebukuro station when we were visiting from Korea,

  • we were like, "Where are we?" It felt like there's a whole city underneath the city.

  • So when you're staying near a station, you can explore that station and just find so many things.

  • And so we're gonna go get cake.

  • S: At a station! M: At a subway station!

  • Can you imagine going to Kipling station and buying a cake?

  • S: Nooo. M: Right?

  • And there's clothing here and there's an entire bookstore here.

  • And there's like, 3 Starbucks here and like, I mean, it's got everything.

  • Oh, there's an art store. Like, what? This? Okay. Let's go.

  • Saturday and Sundays are insanely busy in Kichijoji.

  • So if you can plan to come during the week, I recommend it.

  • So four really, really nice cakes. S: Four cakes for 30 bucks.

  • M: Just 15 dollars a person. It's like dinner. S: Yeah!

  • M: Cause we're having cake for dinner. S: Cake for dinner.

  • M: So it's 15 dollars a person. Very reasonable.

  • S: That's a decent price for 2 people to have a very satisfying, well balanced, nutritious dinner.

  • M: See? / S: See? Very nice.

  • M: Different kinds of fruits. I was thinking about us.

  • ( Simon speaking Japanese )

  • M: Migaki-Ichigo.

  • 100% Strawberry sparkling. That's cool because we're having a strawberry party, so.

  • S: Migaki wa doko desu ka?

  • Clerk: Migaki wa Miyagi. Miyagi desu.

  • S: Oh, Miyagi!

  • Clerk: Hai.

  • M: We're gonna get a strawberry sparkling wine, which I was kind of hoping we do,

  • because we're having a strawberry party!

  • And then we bought this recommended-- this one, which is from Japan.

  • So that's very unique and we're having Japanese strawberries and everything.

  • Nice!

  • ( Upbeat music ♪ )

  • I'll be honest you guys, I hit a lot of bumps. I'm not sure how this is gonna turn out. Haha!

  • Sorry!

  • S: You ruined my cake!

  • M: The cake might be broke, everybody. Y'all, there could be damages to the cakes.

  • If you want to find out what happened to these cakes, make sure you check out the rest of the livestream.

  • ( SFX applause and cheering )

  • Simon: Hello, everybody! Martina: Hi, everybody!

  • S: Can you hear us now? This is our brand-new version of a livestream.

  • M: We're watching you guys live!

  • So we filmed this video this afternoon. — Yup.

  • M: I mean like, literally like an hour ago. — Yup.

  • M: We edited the heck out of it

  • and we thought it was a neat way for you guys to see quality videos and also live things!

  • S: Right. And my heart is racing because, "Is this working? Is this working?"

  • M: Oh my god. Okay, we have to unplug all stops. So what we're gonna do is we're gonna calm down.

  • Let's just think of it, like. Ready?

  • S: Aaah.

  • Namasteee.

  • M: Okay, we're calm. / S: Hello, everybody.

  • M: Okay. So, Mark Panther, it is really live.

  • Travis Petersen, 'Oh my god. Yay. I hear you loud and clear.'

  • Tory says, 'Diarrhea!'

  • Let me know where you guys are at, where you're from.

  • And if you don't know the diarrhea joke, just accept it.

  • S: Right.

  • M: You just say 'diarrhea' at the beginning of all livestreams cause it's so hard to spell.

  • S: Oh my gosh. I'm just... you're so...

  • M: I'm so proud of you.

  • S: Thank you, but I'm just so hungry now. I think it's time to have some dinner.

  • M: Okay. So what we promised you guys was that we had just taken out of the box,

  • I really did hit a lot of bumps along the way.

  • S: Yes.

  • M: So what we're gonna do is open the box up live with you guys.

  • Because we've honestly not checked the box.

  • S: I have no idea how the cake looks. This could be the end of the livestream! Haha!

  • M: We've got cakes! We've got strawberries! We've got strawberry stuff to drink.

  • Okay. You find out where everybody's from. I'm gonna head over to the cake.

  • S: Okay. So we have Australia-- Let's go over it the cake zone!

  • M: Let's go over to the cake zone!

  • S: Cake Zone! Everybody!

  • Both: Oooh!

  • S: Spinny!

  • M: Now, tell me where everybody's from.

  • S: Okay, so we have people from Tasmania, from China, we have from Midwest USA, that's Mariah.

  • We have Jess who's from British Columbia.

  • M: That's enough!

  • S: Okay.

  • M: Let's find out about this cake!

  • S: What's inside the cake, girl? Let's see.

  • How does it look? All right...

  • M: Oh my god, I think it turned out all right!

  • S: It actually managed!

  • M: It looks all right!

  • S: Daa-daaaaan!

  • M: Okay, so everything looks okay. We're going to take them out, maybe one at a time.

  • S: Okay. One at a time. We just got to pick one cake at a time.

  • M: Let's go back to Simon for a bit.

  • S: The cakes have survived, everybody.

  • I will be able to eat dinner,

  • just like an adult, just like I was told not to.

  • I'm sorry for all of you that are parents that watch this with your kids.

  • I know some of you do that, and you've told us so and I find that very touching.

  • But now I'm gonna have to tell your kids

  • the great lie that you've been telling them.

  • That they can't have cake until after dinner.

  • Well, guess what kids? You can have cake ??????? of dinner. It's possible!

  • This is a scientific experiment that we are doing right now!

  • Because we're adults and we can.

  • And it's strawberry season. All the really good strawberries are coming into play.

  • Oh my gosh, these cakes look amazing!

  • M: Woooo! / S: Look at these. Are you kidding me?

  • We got some white strawberry chocolate cake.

  • M: So this is the white strawberry--

  • Hang on. Let's get this-

  • S: I don't think they could hear you as much as they could hear me because we got the shotgun here.

  • So point to one and I'll tell them what we have!

  • So that at the front is the Tiramisu cake that we have--

  • No! Trifle, not tiramisu! Martina hates tiramisu.

  • So this is going to be a trifle, a little triflin' cake.

  • M: So this is some live focusing.

  • S: So this is live focusing.

  • So we got the trifle at the front.

  • Oh my gosh. This just looks better and better as we go.

  • M: Oh my gosh. / S: Oh my gosh.

  • So yeah, English trifle right there

  • with some very fresh fruit.

  • This is, that one right there is just called 'The Strawberry.'

  • I think it's shortcake that they have.

  • So this is gonna be absolutely--

  • there's only one strawberry there!

  • How are we gonna share that one?

  • I don't know.

  • And then we also have, uh right there, that is a cake in...

  • Move that. Oh! Did you almost drop it?

  • M: No. Yes. / S: 'No, yes?'

  • So this is a cake that's in a melon!

  • I've no idea how that's gonna go but it looks,

  • these are these expensive melons that we've had before.

  • And the last one that we have today is a chocolate one,

  • but with a white strawberry.

  • A little bit lower. There you go.

  • Look at that beautiful, little cake.

  • So the question is ladies and gentlemen,

  • M: Back to you, Simon.

  • S: Which cake should we do first?

  • Should we do the muskmelon? Should we do the white strawberry?

  • Should we do the shortcake or the trifle?

  • We are leaving this up to you to decide right now and then Martina and I--

  • We're passing on back?

  • Which one of these should we do?

  • V Flower says, 'melon cake.'

  • We have Travis, 'go for melon.'

  • Think it's-- okay. The melon is a clear winner.

  • Wow.

  • Melon is crushing it!

  • Alright, I think it's time for us to do some melon cake

  • from Takano! Takano? Takano's the name of the shop.

  • M: I guess.