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  • This is what it's like behind the scenes at a local japanese to choke a restaurant.

    日本の定食屋の裏側を紹介するぞ

  • Yeah, yeah.

    今日は東京の大井町に来ていて いつもとちょっと違うことをするぞ

  • So today I'm in Oi machi Tokyo and I'm doing something a little bit different.

    ローカルな定食屋の裏側を紹介するんだ

  • I'm taking you behind the scenes at a local japanese to show up the restaurant.

    いつもとは違ったスタイルの動画だから

  • So it's going to be in a little bit different style than the videos that I normally do.

    コメント欄でこう言う動画が 好きだったかどうか教えてくれよな

  • So let me know in the comments of whether or not you guys like this type of video.

    そうだったら、こう言うのもっと作っていくからさ

  • If so then I'll do more.

    オラの日常はインスタでチェックしてくれ

  • That said before I started, you guys want to see what I'm doing on the daily then definitely check out my instagram account.

    チャンネルサポートはグッズ購入からお願いな!

  • If you guys want to get the channel, definitely check out japan March and if you have any questions about japan or japan travels then 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
 オラのDISCORDコミュニティーをチェックだ

  • All right, let me take you inside.

    それでは中を見てみよう

  • So here we go with a new series, japan behind the counter where I take you behind the counter of local mom and pop style japanese restaurant.

    新シリーズ:ビハインドザカウンターの始まりだ

  • And first on our list is Bulldog, a traditional japanese western influence style restaurant that usually has customer alliance almost longer than its history.

    家族経営してるような小さな飲食店の カウンターの裏側を紹介するぞ

  • Just a three minute walk away from the machi station.

    1軒目はブルドッグ。洋食屋だ

  • This shop was opened post war in 1949 and what was considered a black market area but evolved over time and now is situated in this historic hidden Backstreet.

    いつも行列で、この店の歴史より多い数の人が並んでる

  • Ali known as Higashi koji shooting guy amongst other bars and restaurants with a similar history.

    大井町駅から徒歩3分で、戦後1949年創業だ 当時は闇市が開かれる地域だったらしいぞ

  • So we're starting this video just as a store opens.

    今では歴史のある路地裏の 東小路商店街として知られている

  • This is the owner of Suzuki son or as everyone refers to him since, which means teacher in english is a second generation shop owner as it was passed down from his father.

    他のバーとか飲食店も同じような歴史があるらしいぞ

  • What time do you open today?

    この動画は開店したところから始まるぞ

  • Hong kong.

    オーナーの鈴木さんだ

  • Thank you.

    みんなは先生って呼ぶぞ 英語ではTeacherだな

  • He gave me an ice cold tea.

    父親から受け継いで2代目のオーナーなんだ

  • That's so nice of him.

    何時開店なんだ?

  • Rainy days are not so great in general for the restaurant business, especially in Tokyo since most people commute by train.

    ありがとう!冷たい緑茶くれたぜ いい人だな

  • Sense how much does rain make a difference I think.

    一般的に飲食店にとって 雨の日はあまりいい日じゃない

  • Yeah.

    特に東京では多くの人が電車通勤だからな

  • Mhm.

    先生、雨だとどれくらい変わるんだ?

  • Before the store opens, food vendors come to deliver the shops, regular orders there about 3-4 vendors who come to deliver various food and ingredients in the morning, but some also come in the afternoon.

    開店前に仕入れ先がいつもの食材を届けてくれる

  • Just you know, that's it.

    朝、3〜4の仕入れ先が いろいろ食品とか材料を届けてくれて

  • Oh here's some of the meat delivery.

    他にも午後に届くやつもあるぞ

  • Two hours before the store opened.

    肉屋の配達だ

  • Since it starts to prepare the shop.

    開店2時間前に先生は準備を始める

  • Usually there are other staff right at the open.

    いつもは他のスタッフも来るんだけど

  • But in this training today the shop expects less customers.

    この日は雨で客が少ないと予想してたから 今日は先生だけで準備するぞ

  • So it's only him to start off first thing in the kitchen, he prepares the rice.

    まずは米の準備をする

  • How much rights are you gonna make today?

    今日はどれくらいの飯炊くんだ?

  • Okay.

    OK、決まったみたいだ

  • I guess he decided sense.

    先生、忙しい時はどれくらい炊くんだ?

  • How much rice do you make on a busy day?

    妻がいるんだ

  • No.

    なんかアドバイスくれるっぽいぞ

  • Oh no, I have a wife.

    すげぇ、いいこと聞いたぞ

  • Okay.

    これは何?

  • Oh he has some advice for me belkin.

    食べ物について質問していい?

  • Cool.

    先生は面白くて、それが多くの客を魅了してるんだな

  • I appreciate the lessons and say, what's that?

    正直、今後の動画で 彼のような人に出会うのは難しいだろうな

  • Can I ask you a question about the food?

    今、特製デミグラスソースを作ってるぞ

  • Since I definitely has a one of a kind personality which I'm sure it helps attract many of his customers to be honest.

    それとスタップのためにカレーを温めてる

  • I think you'd be hard pressed to find someone like him in future videos.

    先生の作る食べ物はなんでスペシャルなんだ?

  • Now he's making a special Demi glace sauce and warming up curry for his workers.

    つまり、客を幸せにするために めちゃめちゃ頑張ってるらしいぞ

  • So what's so special about your food?

    味にしても値段にしてもな

  • Okay.

    もしそうじゃなかったら続けられないよな

  • He says that he makes all the efforts to make customers happy in terms of taste and price.

    特になんも特別なことはしてないから 食べ物に関しては何も話さないらしい

  • If he didn't, he wouldn't still be in business and what he does is nothing special.

    そしたら何考えてるんだ?

  • So he prefers not to discuss his food today.

    食べ物に戻ってっと

  • So what do you think about, let's get back to the food.

    今日はキャベツを6個使うらしいんだけど いつもは20個使うんだって

  • Apparently he's only using six heads of cabbage today, but normally he uses 20 Cool to other chefs are here now, just before 10 a.m. to help with the food prep.

    2人の料理人が来たぞ、10時前くらいにな

  • Both seem to have worked here for a long time.

    食材の準備に取り掛かってて、 二人とも長いこと働いてるみてぇだ

  • He's mixing eggs and flour.

    卵と小麦粉を混ぜてるぞ

  • What are you making now?

    何作ってんだ?

  • Bulldogs?

    ブルドッグの1番有名なメニューはメンチカツだ

  • Most popular menu item is a mangy cuts, which is a japanese bedded, deep fried ground meat patty.

    ミンチ肉にパン粉をつけて揚げた料理だな

  • But they also serve many other fried items.

    その他にも揚げ物がいっぱいあるから 開店までに生地を沢山準備しねぇとな

  • So they need to prepare a lot of batter before the day starts.

    先生は、今、ホワイトソースを作ってるぞ

  • And now santa is making the shops white sauce.

    また先生からのありがたいお言葉だ

  • Okay, here comes another life lesson.

    音楽?

  • It's music.

    昔プログレッシブロックバンドの ギタリストだったんだって

  • He used to be a guitarist in a progressive rock band when he was young, which apparently greatly influences how he runs his business and what's led to his success over the years since you've got a lot of paintings?

    だから店の経営の仕方にもめちゃ影響してて だから成功してるんだな

  • But why do you have them here before He was running the shop when he was in a rock band.

    先生、めちゃ絵が飾ってあるな

  • He was in a long distance relationship.

    じゃぁなんでここにあるんだ?

  • He was sending his girlfriend his own paintings as gifts and after sending many paintings, she called him one day and told him that she had gotten married.

    この店をする前、ロックバンドをしてた頃

  • The painting is up on the wall were the ones he never got to send.

    長距離恋愛をしてたんだって

  • Well since it continues to share his life philosophy.

    絵をプレゼントとして送ってたらしいんだけど

  • Another chef prepares the meat used for the men.

    沢山の絵を送った後、突然電話があって 結婚したって伝えられたんだって

  • She got to a wild, they used Nokia Panko.

    店に飾ってる絵は送ることのなかった絵なんだってさ

  • The old wooden box was for the flour and Panko.

    先生がオラに人生について語ってる間 他の料理人が肉の準備をしてるぞ

  • The system looks so efficient that missile was for the miso soup served during lunch.

    メンチカツ用のな

  • Seems like they're mixing different kinds of miso.

    お〜、中屋パン粉のパン粉使ってるぞ!

  • Mhm.

    年季の入った木の箱は小麦粉とパン粉用だったんだ

  • That's a lot of chicken.

    効率いいやり方だな

  • What's it for?

    この味噌はランチの味噌汁用だな

  • I see he stir frying the chicken for the omu rice dish.

    違う種類の味噌を混ぜてるみたいだ

  • Yeah.

    大量の鶏肉だな、何に使うんだ?

  • Now he makes his ketchup in the rice common for an omu rice dish.

    なるほどオムライス用の鶏肉を焼いてたんだな

  • In fact the second most popular menu items.

    それからオムライス用のケチャップご飯を作る

  • So they need to prepare for it a lot.

    2番目の人気メニューだから沢山準備しねぇとな

  • Oh the servers are here.

    配膳スタッフが来たぞ

  • What's that?

    それは何?

  • Finally, it's time to fry the Menchaca to 15 minutes before the restaurant opens, the chef starts frying their famous Minchey katsu.

    やっとメンチカツをあげる時間だ

  • Anticipating that most customers will order that on an average day, they sell about 50 dishes.

    開店15分前にシェフがメンチカツを揚げ始めるぞ

  • The chef spreads the meat right before frying and flattens it on the bed of punk?

    客がオーダーすることを見込んでな

  • Oh with his hands, it's so big.

    平均で1日50皿も売れるらしいぞ

  • Mhm mm No.

    揚げる直前に肉を広げて、パン粉の中で薄くするんだ

  • How much meat do you use this one?

    めちゃでけぇな

  • So that means that these are the regular lunch size mention at 130g.

    肉どれくらい使ってんだ?

  • And these giant ones are for the single dish, orders at 300g more than double the size of their lunchtime.

    これは?

  • Say Yeah, okay, Okay.

    これが普通のランチサイズのメンチ130gで

  • Mhm.

    これは単品オーダー用の300gのやつだ

  • But look at that size fits the size of my ipad.

    ランチセットの2倍以上もあるじゃねぇか

  • I can see whether giant katsu is our signature dish.

    このでかさ見てくれよ。iPadと同じくらいだぜ

  • How many pieces do you fry before opening the rain has let up a bit.

    特大メンチカツが有名なの納得だな

  • So I want to quickly step outside real quick and get a shot up to our sponsor for this video Squarespace.

    開店前に何個くらい揚げるんだ?

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    雨がちょっと小降りになってきたぞ

  • In fact, I use it for my site Tokyo Zebra.

    ちょっと外に出てきて スポンサーSQUARE SPACEの紹介だ

  • You're just some of the reasons why I love using Squarespace so much whether you're starting your passion project are building a business.

    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

  • 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 of the right people see your work use it's 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.

    オラのウェブサイト TOKYO ZEBRAも もちろんSQUARE SPACEを使ってる

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    SQUARE SPACEの良さはここだ

  • Alright, let's go back inside.

    新しいプロジェクトやビジネスを始めたばかりの人も プロみたいに洒落たサイトが作れるようになってる

  • Finally, the restaurant is open for lunch time and just as the store opens, a customer enters despite the weather high.

    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

  • Do you come here often?

    パワーアップしたブログ、コメント機能を使うと スレッドやコメント、返信、いいねもできて

  • What's your favorite?

    コミュニティの繋がりをもてる

  • Oh, why?

    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

  • But we see that.

    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んだ

  • I want to, you know mommy field come to high school excuse just before the lunchtime rush.

    squarespace.comにアクセスしてまずは無料トライアル

  • Another life lesson.

    準備が整ったら squarespace.com/paolofromtokyo​にアクセス!

  • Damn.

    最初のドメインかウェブサイトが10%オフになるぞ

  • You never told me the rest I guess.

    中に戻ろうぜ

  • I'll never know before noon.

    ランチの開店だ

  • The seats are almost filled even though it's raining today.

    雨だけど開店と同時に客が入ってきたぞ

  • I can see now how busy the kids you can get on a nice day.

    よくこの店来る?

  • Time to get busy.

    何が好き?

  • Okay and honest.

    なんで?

  • Yeah.

    ランチタイムのピークの前にもう1個 ありがたいお言葉だ

  • Yeah, that's the chicken katsu and now a moment of silence for this pride.

    聞きそびれだ、何言おうとしてたかわかんねぇや

  • Goodness.

    雨にもかかわらず12時前にはほぼ満席だった

  • Okay.

    晴れた日にはどれだけ忙しくなるか想像できるな

  • Zero, come on.

    どんどん忙しくなるぞ〜

  • Sorry.

    これはチキンカツだな

  • Okay, now I got to ask what's that?

    うめぇやつの音聞くからちょっと静かにな

  • What a beautiful.

    何だこれ?聞かねぇと

  • Yeah, no thank you.

    店内で食べるのもあるし、配達もしてくれるぞ

  • In addition to serving customers in the shop, they also make delivery orders using services like Uber eats, which is quite popular in Japan these days.

    UberEatsとか使ってな 最近日本でも一般的になってきたんだ

  • Right, okay.

    ランチのラッシュが終わったから 先生に質問してみよう

  • Yeah, it's just after the lunchtime rush.

    この店いつ開業したんだ?

  • So let's ask some questions.

    何歳の時に店継いだ?

  • When was the store opened.

    子供の頃から料理人になると思ってた?

  • So how old were you when you became the owner did you think you would be a chef when you were a kid.

    オーナーでいることで一番大変なのは何?

  • So what's the hardest part about being an owner, Was it hard to manage the restaurant during Covid?

    コロナ渦中で定食屋を経営するの大変?

  • No.

    一番好きな食べ物は何?

  • Dude, what's your favorite food?

    それは何?

  • What's that?

    ランチとディナーの間の2時くらいに スタッフがまかないを食べるぞ

  • Around two PM between lunch and dinner?

    スタッフ用のやつでメニューには載ってない

  • Our staff have a lunch break and eat Mac and I food, which is a special staff meal that's usually not on the menu today.

    今日は先生がみんなに作ってるぞ

  • Since it is cooking for everyone.

    特大メンチカツとエビフライに タルタルソースみたいだ

  • It looks like a giant men.

    それに目玉焼き付きだぞ

  • She cuts in fried shrimp with tartar sauce dish.

    日本ではランチとディナーの間 店を閉めているところが多いけど

  • Oh, and with a fried egg on top.

    ここはずっと開けているから スタッフが休憩中の時は先生が交代するんだ

  • Hello there.

    ランチが終わったらシェフが ディナーの準備に取り掛かる

  • All right.

    ちょっと違うメニューもあるんだ

  • It's probably fair to say that many of the restaurants understand closed between lunch and dinner, but Bulldog is opened straight through.

    日本語では仕込みって言うぞ

  • So while staff eat lunch since it covered the shift right after lunch, the chef prepared for the dinner time, which has a slightly different menu in japanese.

    それは何だ?

  • It's called, Show me what's that?

    何肉?

  • You're know what kind of meat is that You, he will end up to nitrogen yoni you really have here.

    温めたバターに小麦粉入れてるぞ

  • It's coming.

    それ何?

  • Okay.

    これが日本のローカルレストラン ブルドッグのカウンターの裏側だ

  • Oh, he's adding flour into the pot of boiling butter.

    行ってみたかったら概要欄のリンクを見てくれよな

  • What's that?

    早めに来たほうがいいってこと忠告しとくな ローカルが行列を作ってるからな

  • Yeah.

    特に晴れの日にはな

  • Mm.

    今日はここまでだ。動画を楽しんでくれたなら いいねボタンで教えてくれ

  • Okay.

    今日は新しい感じの動画だったから コメント欄に書き込んでくれたらうれしいぞ

  • Otherwise I don't want to have to go.

    日本や日本のことについて知りたい人は チャンネル登録と通知設定も忘れずに

  • How are you?

    じゃぁまた次の動画で!

  • Mhm.

  • So there you go.

  • This is Japan behind the counter at a local japanese restaurant in Tokyo called Bulldog.

  • If you want to visit the restaurant, I'll be sure to leave a link in description, but be warned come early as chances are there's gonna be a line of locals outside, especially on a sunny day?

  • I'm going to close it out here.

  • So if you guys like this video helped me out and hit that like button.

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地元のメンチカツ屋さんのカウンターで (Behind the Counter at a Local Japanese Menchi Katsu Restaurant)

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    林宜悉 に公開 2021 年 08 月 14 日
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