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  • Let's find out if Japanese people are honest.

    日本人は本当に誠実かどうか確かめてみっぞみんなも知ってると思うけど オラ日本に住み始めてから長いんだ

  • As many of you know, I've been living in Japan for quite some time.

    それでよく何で日本に住んでんの?って聞かれるんだ

  • And one of the things that people often ask me is, why do I live in Japan?

    食べ物以外で言うと、オラがいいなと思ってんのは

  • And aside from food, one of the things that I deeply appreciate is how safe Japan is, and how generally honest people are.

    安全なことと人が誠実だからだ

  • But it's hard to explain without showing you, so I wanted to make this fun little video.

    説明すんのはちょっと難しいから 今日のこの動画にしてみたぞ

  • Let me just say though that these are one off examples.

    でもこれは一つの例ってことだから

  • Not every single experience is going to be like this and most importantly, this is simply just for entertainment purposes.

    全部がこんな経験になるとは限らねぇ

  • Don't try some of these things yourself and expect the same results.

    これはエンタメだからな!そこんとこ忘れないでくれよ

  • And like always, if you want to see what I'm doing on the daily, check out my Instagram account.

    自分でやってみて同じことが起こると思っちゃダメだ

  • If you want to help support the channel, check out the Tokyo merch, we just got some fried chicken shirts as well.

    いつも通りオラの日常はインスタでチェックしてくれチャンネルサポートはグッズ購入からお願いな! 新作のフライドチキンTシャツもあるぜ

  • And if you have any questions about japan or your japan travels, check out my discord community.

    日本のことや日本旅行について知りたい人は DISCORDコミュニティーをチェックしてくれ

  • All right, let's see how honest Japanese people are.

    そしたら日本人がどれだけ誠実か見てみるぞ

  • [WALLET DROP]

    東京で一番人通りが多い所の一つ 渋谷のスクランブル交差点にきてる

  • So I'm here in one of the busiest places in Tokyo: Shibuya scramble crossing, and I wanted to show you what happens when you drop your wallet.

    ここで財布を落としたらどうなるか試してみるぜ

  • So I got mine right here.

    これがオラの財布だ

  • So here's the setup at the crossing and here's my super duper bright green wallet.

    ここが交差点が見える撮影ポイントだ

  • And to make it interesting, here's the Japanese $100 equivalent: 10,000 yen going inside.

    これがオラの目立つライトグリーンの財布面白くするために、100ドルと同等の 日本の1万円札を入れてみるぜ

  • We'll be zooming into this area and here we go with the first attempt.

    このスポットにズームインして1回目試してみるぜドゥン!財布落下!

  • Boom, the fumbled wallet drop! Japanese person quickly spots it and goes after me for the return.

    日本人がさっと拾ってオラに渡してくれたぜ

  • And there you go, life back to normal.

    何もなかったかのように元どおりだ

  • All right, that was easy.

    簡単だったな。財布返ってきたぜ

  • So I just dropped my wallet back and the 10,000 yen is still here.

    1万円札も入ったままだ

  • [COFEE SHOP]

  • So this one is quite interesting. What you'll find in Tokyo and many parts of Japan is that a lot of people will take their belongings and use it to hold their seats, sometimes even using their valuables.

    これも面白くて、東京とか日本に来たらどこでも 見かけることがあると思うんだけど

  • So today I've got my iPhone and MacBook to hold my seat.

    席を取っとくために所持品を置いとくんだ

  • Let's see what happens.

    貴重品を置いてる時もあんだぜ

  • So here we go, iPhone and MacBook on the table for everyone to see. easily worth over $1,000.

    今日はオラのiPhoneとMacBookで席取ってみるぜ

  • Initial setup complete. Now let's go get my drink.

    どうなるかな?さぁて、iPhoneとMacBookをテーブルに置いて みんな見えるようにな

  • Nice! Looks like it's still here after a few minutes.

    余裕で1000ドルは超えてるよな?

  • I'll have a quick drink, open up my laptop so it's even more visible.

    セットアップ完了したから、ドリンク買いに行くぜ

  • Now let's try a little bit longer.

    よし、数分たったけどまだあるな

  • Speed up the time.

  • Valuables and drink holding steady!

  • While we're waiting for someone to steal my computer, I wanted to mention --during the wallet drop-- in 2019 in Tokyo alone, there are about 4.5 million items turned into the lost and found.

    ドリンク飲んで、PC開いて さらに見えやすくなったぜ

  • While only one million people reported that they lost an item, meaning there's a lot of honest people in Tokyo as well as a lot of unclaimed items sitting in the lost and found.

    次は長めに席を離れてみるぞ

  • Oh and in Japan, If someone turns in money to the police, the person by law has a right to demand 5 to 20% of the money from the owner whose money was returned, but apparently almost no one ever claims it.

    早送りしてっと

  • That's honesty without reward.

    貴重品も、飲み物もまだそのままだ

  • Anyway, time to get back to my seat.

    誰かがオラのPC盗もうとする間に

  • And there you go! Just under 18 minutes and my valuables are still there.

    財布落とした時のことを話そう

  • That's a relief!

    2019年東京だけでも450万個の落とし物が 届けられたらしいんだけど

  • Onto the next example.

  • [UNLOCKED BICYCLE]

  • Have you ever wondered what it would be like to leave your bike unlocked in the middle of the city?

    そのうち100万件しか 落とし物の届出がされなかったんだ

  • Let's go find out.

    つまり東京には誠実な人がいっぱいいるってことだろ?

  • So here's the setup: plenty of bikes parked on the side of the street, all locked up, and this is your standard busy street in Tokyo during the middle of the day.

    それに持ち主不明の落とし物が山ほどある

  • And look, there's even a locked bike parked at the railing.

    それに日本では現金を拾って警察に届けたら

  • Okay, here we go! Park my bike like this.

    その人は落とし物の価値の5〜20%を 落とした人に請求する権利があるんだぜ

  • I'll leave the bike lock on the basket so it's obvious that the bike is unlocked, and now let's see what happens.

    ほとんどそんなことする人なんていねぇけどな

  • Fast forward a bit.

    見返りないのに誠実だろ?

  • Looks like no one's interested at all.

    そんなことより席に戻る時間だ

  • Maybe should have had a more expensive bike.

    18分弱だったけど、オラの貴重品まだあったぜ

  • While we wait for a thief, let me share some information with you.

    よかった〜、さて次へ行ってみよう

  • In 2020, Japan had a 20,797 stolen bikes reported.

    自転車を街中に鍵かけず置いたらどうなるか 考えたことあるか?

  • While in Tokyo alone there were 31,937 bike stolen, making it the number one reported crime in Japan year over year.

    検証してみようぜ

  • Unfortunately, the police were only able to catch 7.9% of the thieves, so I'm hoping today I don't become part of that statistic.

    ここが撮影ポイントだ自転車がいっぱい道端に停めてあるぜ

  • Oh well there you go, more than 16 minutes later and the bike is still here.

    鍵かけられてな

  • Could have done the test for a little bit longer, but I think you get the point.

    これがまぁ一般的な人通りの多い日中の東京だ

  • So I wanted to take a quick fried chicken break, and give a shout out to our sponsor for this video: the Squarespace.

    手すりんとこに鍵かけてる自転車もあるだろこうやってオラの自転車も停めてっと

  • If you don't really know what Squarespace is, it's the number one way to build your online presence.

    鍵かかってないってわかるように カゴに鍵を入れたままにしてみたんだ

  • In fact, I use Squarespace to build up my site: Tokyo Zebra.

    さて、どうなるかな?

  • Here are just some of the reasons why I love using Squarespace so much.

    ちょっと早送り

  • Whether you're starting your passion project or building a business, Squarespace has all the tools to get it done while also looking ultra sleek and professional at the same time.

  • They support numerous portfolios and gallery designs which you can customize and even password protects, so the right people see your work.

    誰も興味ねぇみてぇだな

  • Use its fully integrated blogging tools and commenting features, such as threaded comments, replies and likes, to help engage your community. And my favorite: built-in analytics to see how your visits, unique visitors and page views trend over time.

    もっと高いやつじゃなきゃダメだったか

  • So go to Squarespace.com today for your free trial, and when you're ready to launch, go to Squarespace.com/paolofromtokyo and get 10% off your first domain or website.

    泥棒待ってる間に情報シェアするぜ

  • That's it! Let's continue on with this video.

    2020年、日本では 120797件自転車の盗難が報告されてて東京だけで言うと 31937件自転車の盗難があったらしい

  • [UNATTENDED SHOP]

  • So just in the middle of the city, the honor system is still alive and well. Let me just show you around this corner.

    日本で報告された犯罪で前年比1位なんだってよ

  • So just right here as you can see they have farm fresh vegetables, and there's no one here attending this place. Basically you have to pay on the honor system.

    でも警察は7.9%の泥棒しか捕まえられてないんだ

  • Looks like 1, 5 and 10 yen coins are not accepted here, but at least they've got some fresh vegetables at the stand.

    オラがその内の一人にならないことを願ってるぜ

  • Let me show you how it all works.

    ほらな、16分以上たったけど自転車あったぜ

  • Select five veggie, bust out a coin, and deposit my money.

    もうちょっと長くやってもよかったんだけど

  • There you go. It's as easy as that.

    言いたいことはわかるだろ?唐揚げ休憩とりながら スポンサーSQUARE SPACEからのお知らせだ

  • [UNATTENDED BAR]

    SQUARE SPACEはオラが信頼を置いてる ウェブサイト制作をするサイトなんだオラのウェブサイト TOKYO ZEBRAも もちろんSQUARE SPACEを使ってる

  • So I've saved the best for last. This is one of my favorite spots that I just recently discovered.

    SQUARE SPACEの良さはここだ新しいプロジェクトやビジネスを始めたばかりの人も

  • It's a 24 hour self-service and beer shop in Ebisu that serves beer on draft.

    プロみたいに洒落たサイトが作れるようになってる

  • Let me show you.

    例えば、ポートフォリオ&ギャラリーデザインで 
カスタムしたり、パスワード機能もつけられる

  • So they do have food and merch, but we're here for the beer.

    パワーアップしたブログ機能を使うと

  • Luckily, they accept all sorts of payment types.

  • Grab a cup.

  • I can use QR code, or just pay with a credit card.

  • So I got my cup, time to pour the beer!

  • Now, pour an honest beer.

    スレッドやコメント、いいねもできて コミュニティの繋がりをもてるぞ

  • How many of you could do this at 2 a.m. in the morning!

    オラみたいな分析オタクにも嬉しい 統計機能もついてるぞ

  • There you go! I've just poured the perfect beer and like I said earlier, the best part about this place is that it's 24/7.

    閲覧者やユニークビジター、ページビューなど 期間別に確認できるsquarespace.comにアクセスして まずは無料トライアル 準備が整ったらhttps://squarespace.com/ paolofromtokyoにアクセスしてくれ

  • So you can come here at 2 a.m. In the morning, 3 a.m... You can come here whatever time you want, and they have a draft beer ready to go and it's all on the honor system.

    最初のドメインかウェブサイトが10%オフになるぞ

  • How awesome is that?

    スポンサーからのお知らせは以上だ!

  • So what did you think of these examples? How does it compare to your country?

    続きをどーぞ街中でも自主管理制度は健在だから

  • Again, these examples were just for fun, and to be completely honest, I have had my bike stolen here a long, long time ago.

    そこのコーナー紹介するぞ

  • I left it unlocked at my Shibuya apartment parking garage, and over the night, it was stolen!

    ここに見ての通り新鮮な野菜があるんだけど

  • So always use your best judgment before you decide to do something like leave your valuables unattended at a table.

    誰も店員がいねぇんだ

  • At the same time, I personally dropped my wallet on the street or left it on the train, and it has been returned to me so, go figure.

    基本的には自分の道徳心に従って支払うってわけだ1円、5円、10円玉は使えないらしいけど

  • So I hope you enjoyed this video.

    新鮮な野菜はこのスタンドで買えるからな

  • If you did, help me out and hit that like button! If you guys want to see more videos like this, or anything related to Japan, hit that subscribe button and the bell button and I'll catch you guys in the next one.

    どう言う仕組みか紹介するぜ

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日本人は本当に正直なのか? (Are Japanese Really Honest?)

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    林宜悉 に公開 2021 年 06 月 12 日
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