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Japanese Retro Game Centers Tokyo Arcade Experience ★ ONLY in JAPAN
Japanese Retro Game Centers Tokyo Arcade Experience ★ ONLY in JAPAN
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Japanese game centers are must visit places on any trip to Japan, but in Tokyo, there is a place where you can time warp back to the 1980s and 1990s and play those games of the past, too. Since Japan was the leader in arcade game programming and machine production, the culture stretches back decades and those old machines are still in use! Why do these retro arcade games and game centers still exist in Japan? In the USA, the arcade culture rapidly declined when the game consoles gained wide popularity, especially in the early 1990s, but in Japan, arcades or game center culture continued because it was more about the experience than the games itself. It was a place to go, hang out with friends, be a hero! There were many kinds of games from classic arcades to driving simulation games to dancing and rhythm games. Gamers from the 1980s are not in their 30s, 40s or 50s and they keep coming, playing those games from the past and thats great because it means we can all stop in and experience arcades games like we did as kids. ▶︎ Where is Mikado (Retro Game Center) https:goo.glmapsXrwcToabzam Station: Takadanobaba ▶︎ Super Potato | Retro Console Games in Akihabara: http:www.superpotato.comGames featured in this episode: OUT RUN (1986) Sega Tokyo Wars (1996) Namco Star Wars (1983) Atari Metal Hawk (1988) NamcoCheck out Miki's channel "Miki Lab": And Shingo's channel Let's Play Japan: out more ONLY in JAPAN video clips and photos: http:instagram.comonlyinjapantv MORE JAPANESE GAME CENTER VIDEOS: ★ Crane Game Secrets Revealed: Japan's UFO Catcher Academy ★ Japanese Photo Sticker Booths: Purikura Adventure ★ Gachapon Toy Capsules:▷ SUBTITLES: If you'd like to help out and submit a subtitle in your language, I'd really appreciate it so we can reach more people! THANK YOU! You'll be listed as a collaborator for this video too :) -john This show has been created and produced by John Daub ジョン・ドーブ. He's been living and working in Japan for over 20 years and regularly reports on TV for Japan's International Channel.

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Vending machines are one of the first things visitors see when they arrive in Japan. Colorful, convenient and almost anything that can be sold in one. In this episode, we look at a wide variety of machines. From fully digital drink machines to the unusual vending machine like canned hot ramen and bread-in-a-can in Akihabara, we tour Japan to check them all out. The why and how of vending machines. More Japanese Vending Machines from ONLY in JAPAN: ★ Vending Machine Restaurant: ★ Vending Machine House of Horrors: ★ Sake Vending Machine: ★ Tokyo’s Vending Machine Corner Adventure https:youtu.beeSzH5o0DOyANotes: The exchange rate is always changing. In general, it's US$1 = 100~120 yen So, the banana is about US$1.10 The vending machine lunch was about US$10.00Casting light on quirky, funny & amazing Japanese culture in a way only seen through the eyes of a foreigner! Join us as we penetrate deep into the heart of Japan! and http:waoryu.jponly_in_japan
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game | Japanese Knife Sword City Seki Experience ★ ONLY in JAPAN

Japanese Knife Sword City Seki Experience ★ ONLY in JAPAN

Traveling for KNIVES and SWORDS! The Japanese knife is quite simply the best in the world. The place best known for them is Seki (関市) in Gifu where Japanese Samurai swords have been forged for over 700 years. That tradition continues today in its knives and cutlery. They're perfect. Following World War 2, the city changed from forging the katana to producing some of the world's best knives and cutlery. So, I ended up at Seki Station recently -- to buy the best knife in Japan! Maybe even a samurai sword, too.In this episode, John travels to Seki city in Gifu prefecture to check out the CUTLERY FESTIVAL known as the HAMONO MATSURI (刃物まつり) in Japan. Now only will you find over 43 knife makers selling their best at discounted prices, you'll see the most unique knives anywhere as well as Chanbara performances (Samurai Sword Fight Acting). The most unique part of the Hamono Festuval is an authentic demonstration of traditional sword forging using Tamahagane Steel. HOW MUCH IS A REAL SAMURAI SWORD? They start at 400,000 to 600,000 Yen ($4,000 to $6000) and can go up to $20,000! We'll see swords being made in Seki. HOW TO BUY A JAPANESE KNIFE: There many things to consider such as the type of steel, the type of knife, it's balance and of course, it's price. WHEN IS SEKI'S HAMONO CUTLERY FESTIVAL ( 刃物まつり ) ? 2017 October 7th and 8th (Saturday & Sunday) URL: (English available) * It takes place on the second weekend of October annually. The knife I bought: Mcusta ZANMAI Classic Pro Damascus Flame http:www.zanmai-hocho.jpproducthfr Santoku 180mm ¥15,000 Festival PriceHida Beef (Hida Gyu 飛騨牛) is one of Japan's top wagyu beef and worth trying in Gifu or the Nagoya area. HOW TO GET TO SEKI: Best is to rent a car. It's easiest to get around this way because trains don't leave often in the countryside and many places like Monet's Pond can be accessed only by infrequent buses. By Train, it's a short and scenic ride from Nagoya Station or Gifu Station. Google Map: Seki Station https:goo.glmapsBeFL4Hj9caR2 Monet's Pond https:goo.glmapsDQo8vh2dTy72LINKS: ★ Seki Sightseeing Association(関市観光協会) ★ Bushido Tsurugikai Association(武士道剣会) http:samurai-bushido.comTHANK YOU! I want to say ARIGATOU GOZAIMASU to Seki city and the wonderful people who helped me make this special episode. If you are interested in Seki, please check out their sightseeing page and feel free to contact them. They really want you to enjoy their hometown! -john What is Damascus Steel? Mr. Walter Sorrells made an excellent video on YouTube explaining it. I also learned more about knife making from his channel. show has been created and produced by John Daub ジョン・ドーブ. He's been living and working in Japan for over 18 years and regularly reports on TV for Japan's International Channel.
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Subscribe! Because SMART IS THE NEW SEXY: https:goo.glJTfP6LHello everyone. Welcome to our channel! Who here loves Japan and wants to learn more about the land of the rising sun? In today’s video Smart is the New Sexy will tell you about 15 facts and products that prove Japan is a really unique country. Sometimes, Japanese creativeness and technological advancement go a bit too far, leaving behind things that people from Western world find anything from weird to amazing. Let’s find out what you might see if you visit this amazing Asian country. Well, actually a lot of breathtaking stuff you can find here. For example white Coca-Cola 08:07. Yep, that one you saw on thumbnail. According to company statement this beverage includes dietary fiber which will help suppress fat absorption and moderate the levels of triglycerides in the blood after eating. FANTASTIC! What else can we say.For more interesting Japanese things check Japanese Journey channel: We found a lot cool videos there and used some of them in this video with the permission. So thanks to them!---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our Social Media:Facebook: http:facebook.comenjoy.scienceThe Bright Side of Youtube: https:goo.glrQTJZz5-Minute Crafts Youtube: For more videos and articles visit:
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10 Things You Didn t Know Your Old Game Boy Could Do

10 hidden Game Boy features you didn't know about! Subscribe to The Gamer: https:goo.gl9cpWgf The Game Boy was innovative for so many reasons. The portability of the system gave us gaming on the go and it had a library of games filled with a lot of classics including the original Pokemon games. Even with all the games and the Game Boy camera, the portable device could do things you can’t even imagine.Into sewing? Well, the Game Boy was compatible with a sewing machine that would automatically create patterns and designs. The Game Boy was great for camping trips, but the device could also be used to catch some huge fish. Systems like the GameCube and SNES were compatible with the games, but there was also a way to play games on the Sony Playstation. The Game Boy wasn’t really built for multiplayer action, but there was a four player link and a number of games you could play with three friends. The Mission Impossible game has some amazing features including the ability to control your TV or VCR. The original Game Boy was so tough, it could actually survive a war. For those who love style, the Game Boy has been transformed into both a luxury collector’s item and some pretty fancy shoes. Game Boy music was pretty basic, but the handheld console could be transformed into a portable radio and used with both speakers and headphones. The console also had the ability to connect to computers through special software. Watch to see all these great uses and then decide if it’s worth pulling out your old Game Boy for some action once again!#GameBoy #NintendoCheck out these other awesome videos!6 Things Fortnite Can Do That PUBG Can't Things PUBG Can Do That Fortnite CAN'T by: Alan Donahue Voice Over by: Justin Freitas Edited by: Dan SchiffmacherOur Social Media: https:twitter.comthegamer_site https:www.facebook.comthegamercomOur Website
1,976 views | Apr 11, 2018
game | Japan Trip 2018

Japan Trip 2018

Music Credits: BEST FRIEND - Sofi Tukker feat. Nervo Seeing Stars - BORNS Wild One - Lucky Rose Get What You Give - Felix Cartal All photos and videos taken on an iPhone 8 Plus courtesy of Verizon.
1,478 views | Mar 20, 2018
game | Japan s Manga Industry Uncovered One Piece, Naruto, Dragon Ball, Tsubasa The SHONEN JUMP Story

Japan s Manga Industry Uncovered One Piece, Naruto, Dragon Ball, Tsuba...

Behind the scenes of Weekly Shonen Jump, home of popular manga series NARUTO, ONE PIECE, DRAGON BALL, CAPTAIN TSUBASA, KOCHIKAME and so many more, where I'll talk with the editor-in-chief Hiroyuki Nakano and Shuhei Hosono. When publisher Shueisha asked me if I'd like to learn more about the manga industry and their amazing 50 years of history, I JUMP'ed at the chance! This is an exclusive inside look at Japan's most well known manga weekly. What makes manga so culturally important to Japan? How does one become a manga artist? What is it like being one the world's top manga artist? SHONEN JUMP LEGENDS interviewed: ★ 秋本 治 Osamu AKIMOTO (Kochikame series) ★ 嶋田 隆司 Takashi SHIMADA (Yudetamago | Kinnikuman series) ★ 中井 義則 Yoshinori NAKAI (Yudetamago | Kinnikuman series) ★ 高橋 陽一 Yoichi TAKAHASHI (Captain Tsubasa series)The manga culture here moves fast! It’s competitive, almost like all out war! Artists want to be the best and that creates amazing content each week. The winner are the fans who are left wanting more after reading the 400-500 pages of manga series inside. SHONEN JUMP is targeted to boys but the audience is much wider these days, especially online at Shonen Jump Plus. where you can get a lot of free online manga content from famous series and also purchase the same weekly Shonen Jump that’s at the newsstand on the same day for the same price.EPISODE TABLE OF CONTENTS: Introduction Shonen Jump Exhibit SHUEISHA’s WEEKLY SHONEN JUMP Editorial Division Artist Interview Manga Burgers Unboxed★ WEEKLY SHONEN JUMP EXHIBITION in Tokyo ★ https:shonenjump-ten.comenglish 2018 is Shonen Jump’s 50th anniversary and SHUEISHA is celebrating with an amazing exhibition and event in central Tokyo at Roppongi’s Mori Tower. There will be 3 volumes spanning the 50 year history of the manga. WHEN & WHERE IS THE JUMP EXHIBITION? Vol.1 (1970s to 1980s) July 18 - October 15, 2017  Vol.2 (1990s) March to June 2018 Vol.3 (2000s to Present) July to Sept 2018 Address: Roppongi Hills (subway: Roppongi) Google Map: https:goo.glmapsp3CW1j2eA6N2This show has been created and produced by John Daub ジョン・ドーブ. He's been living and working in Japan for over 19 years and regularly reports on TV for NHK World. Subtitles 字幕 (Community contributions) If you'd like to help subtitle this episode, we (all of us watching around the world) are very grateful for the help! You will receive credit as a contributor for this episode. URL: ONLY in JAPAN on INSTAGRAM: More on SHONEN JUMP http:www.shonenjump.come https:www.viz.comshonenjumpLive Stream inside Shueisha on ONLY in JAPAN GO! thank you to SHUEISHA for giving me access to the exhibit, the artist interview and editorial division. Shueisha is one of the world's biggest publishers. Images and scenes in this episode from manga series are copyrighted and any reuse requires permission from SHUEISHA. (C) Weekly Shonen Jump SHUEISHA All rights reserved.
4,580 views | Aug 21, 2017

game | Hepburn Family Retro Arcade Gameroom

Hepburn Family Retro Arcade Gameroom

Take a look at our newly built Retro Game Room. These Coin-op arcade games are mostly from the early 80s. The collection started when I left high school in 1991, with Crystal Castles. That game was followed by more and more games, most of which were stored in a U-Store-it, as the rest(25 games, all refurbished) were flooded in our house when Hurricane Katrina hit in 2005. The U-Store-it survived untouched. This arcade is built on the slab from our neighbor's home, which was torn down after Katrina, and is now part of our yardproperty. Enjoy!!!
4,204 views | Aug 16, 2013
game | 11 Things NOT to do in Japan MUST SEE BEFORE YOU GO!

11 Things NOT to do in Japan MUST SEE BEFORE YOU GO!

What not to do in JAPAN! With such a complex and rich culture, there are many things you need to know before visiting Japan. This is a list of 11 things you should NEVER do while in the country of Japan. Check out my website for a FULL list of travel recommendations! https:golocaltips.comFollow me on instagram! https:www.instagram.comcalmckinley or on facebook! https:www.facebook.comgolocaltipsMusic: 1. Japanese by Action Davis http:freemusicarchive.orgmusicAction_DavisBeats_EPAction_Davis_-_Beats_EP_-_07_Japanese 2. Synth Funk by Ryan Cullinane http:freemusicarchive.orgmusicRyan_CullinaneProduction_Music_1635Synth_Funk_With_Drums 3. I Will by Yshwa http:freemusicarchive.orgmusicYshwaMelody_Ln_InstrumentalsI_will_completely_instrumentalAdditional footage by: athike2010, Unripe Content8, Andrej Chudý, Jazzy Chan, Taking on Japan, and 350 Japana movie by Cal McKinley
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game | Tokyo s Secret Island Paradise AOGASHIMA ★ ONLY in JAPAN

Tokyo s Secret Island Paradise AOGASHIMA ★ ONLY in JAPAN

Jurassic Park may be the first thing that comes to mind when you see Aogashima Island from the air - but yes, THIS IS TOKYO! It's famous for having a volcano inside a volcano surrounded by dense jungle. It's also considered the smallest town in Japan and the hardest place in Japan to get to. There is no direct transportation to Aogashima. These facts are what make Aogashima the best kept secret in Tokyo! The island is unspoiled. The pristine jungles and beautiful ocean views are like scenes from the movies. HOW TO GET TO AOGASHIMA Air ▶︎ Haneda Airport (Tokyo) to Hachijojima 50 minutes ▶︎ Helicopter to Aogashima - 20 minutes 11,530 Yen Note: You have to take the first flight to catch the helicopter or spend the night. Only 1 helicopter flight per day. Sea (Ferry) ▶︎ Takeshiba Pier (Tokyo) to Hachijojima 11-12 hours Tokai Kisen Line ▶︎ Hachijojima to Aogashima 3 hours Izu Shoto Kaihatsu Line Note: The ferry to Aogashima is often canceled so don't rely on this if you need to be back to Tokyo for a flight etc. It can be delayed for as long as 1 week depending on weather! WHY IS THIS THE HARDEST PLACE TO GET TO? The town is located 200 meters up off the sea. There is no airport and this island is only accessible by helicopter and ferry. The port is one of the most challenging to dock at in the world so when the sea is rough or the wind is too strong, ferries are often canceled. Visitors may be stranded here for a week or more if the weather turns bad. MUST SEE PLACES on AOGASHIMA ★ Ao-Chu Shochu distillery ★ Aogashima heliport ★ The volcanic island steamer (for lunch) ★ The island sauna ★ Oyamatenbo Park (Observation Area) for the view over the crater and the sky at night ★ Aogashima Port ★ Maruyama & ShrineFOOD TO TRY ★ Torinabe (Chicken Soup Pot) ★ Ashitaba (an island leaf herb that's used in cooking) ★ Island fish in season Note: you can ask your inn about trying these at scheduled mealsTHINGS TO NOTE ABOUT VISITING AOGASHIMA 1) You must have a reservation to stay somewhere before arriving. Lodging is limited. Call ahead, even for camping. 2) There is an ATM at the post office but come with cash just in case 3) Helicopters are often sold out a month in advance. Ferry tickets are easy to get but your departure date may not be convenient. 4) Walking is possible everywhere but many tourists rent a car. Other tourists may pick you up if you hitchhike. It takes 80 minutes to walk from the heliport to Aogashima pier. URL: ▶︎ Aogashima's Official Page ▶︎ Tokyo's Island Helicopter Service (Online Reservations) ▶︎ Ao-chu (青酎) Aogashima Island Shochu Brand (Hotel Inn) Onyado Tomotame 御宿為朝 telephone: +81 4996-9-0410 owner: Kyoko-san (Japanese only) ▶︎ Aogashimamura Camping Ground telephone: 04996-9-0111  email contact: [email protected] thank you to Akira-san, Yoshino-san, Kyoko-san and Moemi-san and all the kind residents of Aogashima who made me feel a part of the island family! I stayed on the island from July 23 to July 30. Drone scenes shot with the DJI MAVIC PRO Music Credits: ▷ TEKNOAXE (love his stuff) Jungle - a Royal Feast Bedtime Story Adventures - PianoBackground ▷ Groovy Baby by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https:creativecommons.orglicensesby4.0) Artist: ▷ Out of the Skies, Under the Earth by Chris Zabriskie is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https:creativecommons.orglicensesby4.0) Source: http:chriszabriskie.comreappear Artist: ▷ SUBTITLES: If you'd like to help out and submit a subtitle in your language, I'd really appreciate it so we can reach more people! THANK YOU! You'll be listed as a collaborator for this video too :) -john This show has been created and produced by John Daub ジョン・ドーブ. He's been living and working in Japan for over 19 years and regularly reports on TV for Japan's International Channel.
3,728 views | Sep 17, 2017
game | Square Watermelon Farming ★ ONLY in JAPAN

Square Watermelon Farming ★ ONLY in JAPAN

Zentsuji in Kagawa Prefecture is the home to Japan's SQUARE WATERMELONS and I travel to Shikoku Island to the very spot where they've been producing them for decades. In this Man vs. Nature battle, mankind seems to have won -- but at the expensive costs to produce square watermelons, a luxury fruit, does anyone actually want one? Before going, I had many questions:Why do Japanese Square Watermelons exist? How are the grown? Do you eat them? What do they taste like? How much do they cost? I asked the son of the man who started it all, Yamashita-san. He took over for his father and continues his legacy of growing the perfect square watermelon. The story: About 45 years ago in Japan, ice cream and beverages started to compete with watermelons in the summer, and Zentsuji's Yamashita-san, who didn't want to give up making watermelons, decided to make the square watermelon to compete with those new favorites. Unfortunately, the costs were too high so they changed strategy to make them for display purposes. Stores would gladly pay more for it while customers did not want to pay more to eat them. Over the years, his son took over and he stuck with it – and now the SQUARE WATERMELON of ZENTSUJI is world famous! I'll take you to the farm where you'll see the metal and glass box they're grown in. The we go to the cooperative warehouse where local farmers process the watermelons for distribution around Japan and the rest of the world. Facts about the Square Watermelon: * They're only grown in Zentsuji where they are both trademarked and patented. * Zentsuji produces about 200 annually. * They cost between 10,000 and 20,000 yen in Tokyo but depending on the market forces, prices can rise to as high as 90,000 yen for one! * How big are they? They're 18 x 18cm so they can fit on the shelf if a refrigerator. * The harvest starts at the end of June and lasts to the middle of July. How to get to Zentsuji: There are a few daily flights to Takamatsu from Narita (Tokyo) with JETSTAR Airlines. From Takamatsu Airport, take a bus to the JR Train Station then a local train to Zentsuji 30 minutes. Google Map: https:goo.glmapsKfyUNGiaWW92Music Credits:Habanera by BizetFrozen Star by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https:creativecommons.orglicensesby4.0) Source: http:incompetech.commusicroyalty-freeindex.html?isrc=USUAN1100356 Artist: ♩♫ Happy and Inspirational Music ♪♬ - Bedtime Stories (Copyright and Royalty Free) by Ross Bugden thank you to Mr. Hoshi from the Zentsuji Tourism Office! http:www.zentsuji.comenglish and Mr. Yamashita and his wife & JA Kagawa★ Eating a $200 Square watermelon https:youtu.beQF695hR5ysc★ Cutting open a Square Watermelon in Tokyo on WHAT’S INSIDE: https:youtu.be6ciSQEe4qDsNOTE: This video is under the normal YouTube License (it's not creative commons) and permission is required for use of this video. Follow John on Instagram during his location shoots around Japan: https:www.instagram.comonlyinjapantvThis show has been created and produced by John Daub ジョン・ドーブ. He's been living and working in Japan for over 18 years and regularly reports on TV for Japan's International Channel.
3,084 views | Aug 10, 2016
game | Life in a Crazy Small 8m2 Tokyo Apartment

Life in a Crazy Small 8m2 Tokyo Apartment

This super tiny Tokyo apartment may just be one of the smallest places we have seen so far, yet at 8 m2 (82 ft2) it still provides a perfect space to allow Emma (originally from Australia) to live a big life in Japan. Become a Living Big Patron: https:www.patreon.comlivingbigRead More: http:www.livingbiginatinyhouse.comtiny-tokyo-apartmentEmma (Tokidoki Traveller) is also a YouTuber and makes films on her travels as well as her life in Japan. You can follow her adventures here: me on Facebook at http:www.facebook.comlivingbiginatinyhouseFollow me on Twitter: @TinyHouseNZFollow me on Instagram: @livingbiginatinyhousePlease subscribe for more videos on Tiny Houses, design, and sustainable, off-grid living.Music in this video:'Living Big in a Tiny House' © 2017 Zyia Pictures Ltd
3,793 views | Jan 31, 2017

game | Best Sushi in Japan Tsukiji Fish Market to 300 HIGH END SUSHI in Tokyo! Japanese Food

Best Sushi in Japan Tsukiji Fish Market to 300 HIGH END SUSHI in Tokyo...

►Check out The Hungry Tourist: https:www.instagram.comthe.hungry.tourist ►SUBSCRIBE for 2 new videos per week: http:bit.lyMarkWiensSubscribeFor this Japanese food and sushi tour, I was on the Best of Tokyo Food Tour with David from The Hungry Tourist. His tours are one of a kind and focus on deep high end food!For more details check out The Hungry Tourist: ►Instagram: https:www.instagram.comthe.hungry.tourist ►Facebook: https:www.facebook.comthehungrytouristNOTE: In saying "Best Sushi in Japan", I'm not saying this particular restaurant is the best sushi in Japan, but that the sushi journey, from Tsukiji fish auction, to the middle man who the best sushi chefs in the world get their tuna from (where we visited), to the omakase style of eating sushi - it's the entire process that's the best in the world of sushi.We started off by going to the Tsukiji Fish Market tuna auction, that takes place early in the morning. The famous fish market is the biggest tuna auction in the world, and the best tuna that you get just about anywhere in the world for top end sushi restaurants comes through Tsukiji Market. We met up with Sushi Master Hiro Sato, who brought us around the market and took us to the Tuna King (Yamaguki), who is known for buying tuna and reselling on the best tuna to the best of the best of sushi restaurants in Tokyo.It was fascinating to have an opportunity to visit Tsukiji Market for the fish auction, and to see the tuna being sliced in front of your eyes.Sushi Arai (鮨 あらい) - For dinner, we had reservations a t one of the best restaurants in Tokyo for sushi, a restaurant called Sushi Arai. Our Best of Tokyo food tour had the entire 8 seater restaurant to ourselves, and it was pure joy to watch the chefs as they assembled each mini plate of food. Then it was time for sushi, and Chef Arai is a master, he literally just flies with his hands, gathering the fish in one hand and the ball of rice in the other, combining each bite with wasabi and molding them together. This was one of the best sushi experiences I’ve ever had in my life, and the quality, balance, and perfection of the sushi, is next level.Price - About 34,000 JPY ($300) per personIt was an amazing day of learning about the best sushi in Japan, both from the Tsukiji Market auction side, and the distribution of the tuna, all the way to eating at one of the top luxury sushi restaurants in Tokyo.Thank you to The Hungry Tourist for inviting me on The Best of Tokyo Food Tour. I didn’t personally pay for the food in this video. https:www.instagram.comthe.hungry.tourist https:www.facebook.comthehungrytouristMUSIC: Love Me Now - https:goo.glHwVjdo***CAMERA GEAR*** I used to make this video (these are affiliate links): Main camera: http:amzn.to2sV0XQO Main lens: http:amzn.to2szLZNf 2nd lens: http:amzn.to2wXXT8h Microphone: http:amzn.to2rBKD3z Gorillapod: http:amzn.to2rBFkkII would love to connect with you! Instagram: https:instagram.commigrationology Facebook: https:www.facebook.commigrationologyT-shirts available now: https:migrationology.comstore
3,010 views | Oct 22, 2017
game | Japanese Inn Kaiseki Cuisine The Ryokan Stay Experience

Japanese Inn Kaiseki Cuisine The Ryokan Stay Experience

A Traditional Japanese Inn stay can be the highlight of any trip to Japan, and this comprehensive tour of 13 hot spring towns will give you a complete picture of what to expect during a stay. From the tatami room to the kitchen and dining room, this is the story of the Ryokan. After 20 years living in Japan, a Ryokan stay is the most authentic experience one can have traveling the country and Fukushima, Japan's third largest prefecture, is famous for that countryside charm and service found around its mountains. It's only a 75 minute Shinkansen train ride from Tokyo making it an ideal getaway from more crowded spots like Nikko and Hakone. In this video, you will see exactly what you will get from start to finish. As Japan moves closer to the 2020 Olympics, services are catering more to international visitors and these hotels featured are all accommodating and friendly places, staff learning English to communicate with people from around the world. ▶︎ What is Kaiseki Ryori Cuisine?It's a traditional Japanese dinner with many courses including a starter, soup, side items, main course and dessert. ★ Sashimi Sushi ★ Sukiyaki ★ Yakiniku ★ Tempura ★ Miso Soup It's all here, and it's all prepared with local ingredients of the season, always freshly made in the kitchen.▶︎ How much is a night at a Ryokan Traditional Japanese Inn?It is usually charged by the person instead of the room because it includes 2 meals, dinner and breakfast. On average, I have spent between 12,000 yen ($100) to 22,000 ($180) per person for a night and here is why it is worth it. Of all the experiences you will have in Japan, this will be the one you remember the most, dressing in a cotton kimono (yukata) to walk down to dinner, bathing outdoors in a hot spring in the snow, extraordinary Japanese service, amazingly beautiful meals ... you're paying for an experience not just a stay. Check out the special Onsen Hot Spring Bath Guide here are the 13 places featured in this series: ☆ Sahako no yu public bath house http:www.iwakicity-park.or.jpsahako ☆ Shintsuta https:www.japanican.comenhoteldetail4119009 ☆ Hana no yu ☆ Urabandai Grandeco Tokyu Hotel http:www.tokyuhotelsjapan.comenhotelTHTH_GRANDindex.html ☆ Yamagataya Ryokan http:www.tokyuhotelsjapan.comenhotelTHTH_GRANDindex.html ☆ Kawachi Ryokan http:www.kawachiya-gr.jphotel ☆ Hanakanzashi https:www.japanican.comenhoteldetail2526A04?aff=rsv ☆ Tamago yu ☆ Hotel Sansuiso ☆ Sabakoyu ☆ Ryokan Harataki ☆ Ookawaso ☆ Toryukan https:travel.rakuten.comhotelJapan-Fukushima-Shimogo-Toryukan_Yunokami_Onsen17905 ☆ Iwaburo http:www.kanko-aizu.comhigaeri3116Music Credit: Backed Vibes Clean - Rollin at 5 by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https:creativecommons.orglicensesby4.0) Source: http:incompetech.commusicroyalty-freeindex.html?isrc=USUAN1400029 Artist: Sideways Samba by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https:creativecommons.orglicensesby4.0) Artist: ▶︎ ONLY in JAPAN on Instagram: http:instagram.comonlyinjapantv This show has been created and produced by John Daub ジョン・ドーブ. He's been living and working in Japan for over 19 years and regularly reports on TV for Japan's International Channel.
2,769 views | Jan 22, 2018
game | Kanamara P nis Festival Exposed ★ ONLY in JAPAN

Kanamara P nis Festival Exposed ★ ONLY in JAPAN

★ Special Episode ★ This festival will next be held on Sunday, April 7, 2019. Here's a preview with all the background you'll need. Japan's Kanamara Matsuri as you've never seen it before! Every now and then something very bizarre from Japan pops up in the news. This time, it happens to be bright pink and carried around the streets of a town near Tokyo. The #Kanamara Matsuri #Festival is definitely unusual but there is much more to this story including a strong historical backbone and religious significance. So – WHY #JAPAN ?!?! WHY ?!? The international media sees the images and write the stories but never ask the questions. Let me do that for you in this episode. The festival sometimes dubbed the “Penis” festival or the "Utamaro Festival" has a long history going back 200 years. It was created by a transgender salon in Asakusa called Elizabeth who wanted to bring attention to the issue of STD, HIV AIDS and the LGBT community. They succeeded in getting a lot of attention but over the last several years, the message has gotten lost in the shock and -- bright pink of their hand made phallus. Whatever you may think about Elizabeth, there is no doubt that it is the most photographed mikoshi in Japan! Kanamara #Shrine is dedicated to both fertility and a place for prayer for women afflicted by sexual diseases. It's a place women go to today to pray to get pregnant and for a healthy child. Those who have been unfortunate to contract a STD have been coming here for centuries. The priests approach those afflicted with a lot of compassion. Kanamara Shrine is certainly one that opens its arms to anyone and everyone who is suffering and that compassion is admirable. In recent years, the worldwide media attention has been overwhelming skewed on the "weird" and the Kanamara Matsuri has become something of a joke and embarrassment in many Japanese eyes. I really hope that this episode can help shed light on the cultural, historical and religious significance of this festival in Japan today. It's more than a gag, a comedy piece. Parental Guidance suggested: Because viewers of the shows come from all different backgrounds and ages, I highly recommend anyone under 13 have a parent watch with them. There are no actual body parts shown but I know the material is sensitive for parents; and parents should be the ones making the decision if this should be seen or not. I added a rating at the opening for this purpose. Where is Kanamara Shrine? Here's a Google Map: https:goo.glmapsC96g1ZCYVDq Address: 2-13-16 Daishi Ekimae, Kawasaki Ward, Kawasaki, Kanagawa Prefecture 210-0802 How to get to the Kanamara Matsuri: Station: Kawasakidaishi Station 川崎大師 Take the JR LINE to Kawasaki Station then change to the Keikyu Dashi Line, a 50 meter walk from JR. Take the train 3 stops, 140 Yen. MUSIC CREDIT: Teknoaxe The Unicycle Crew #13664 Sundays by Twin Musicom is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https:creativecommons.orglicensesby4.0) Artist: The video has the STANDARD YOUTUBE LICENSE and is not Creative Commons. This show has been created and produced by John Daub ジョン・ドーブ. He's been living and working in Japan for over 18 years and regularly reports on TV for Japan's International Channel. Please follow us on Google Plus: for location photos, background and more!
4,728 views | Mar 31, 2016

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