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[Live Streaming | Japan Vlog] Tokyo Guide : Takeshita Street Harajuku

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Live Streaming again! In this vlog, I’ll guide you Takeshita Street is a pedestrian shopping street lined with fashion boutiques, cafes and restaurants in Harajuku in Tokyo, Japan. To make it more fun, I set the budget of $ 25 and enjoy the local Japanese food and street food there!

Okosama Lunch

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In Japan, there is a kids meal called Okosama lunch. In this kids meal, there are several Yoshoku (Western influenced Japanese food) dishes such as curry rice , hamburg/hamburger , Neapolitan pasta , fried shrimp and omelette aside with salad, fruits and sweets! Everything that kids love are decorated in one plate! ❤️ Some restaurant even gives toys and stationeries, too!!!


Fried potato(フライドポテト)

Ebi-Furai(エビフライ)

Neapolitan pasta (ナポリタン ・パスタ)

Omu-rice (オムライス)

Recipe : Daigaku Imo

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In this recipe video, I will show you how to make Daigaku Imo. Daigaku means “university” and Imo means “potato” in general. During this video, I introduce the story behind this unique name and also some tips and useful techniques to make delicious Daigaku Imo. Enjoy!

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Food Review : MOS’s Healthy Veggie Burgers

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In this vlog, I will introduce healthy burgers that Japanese hamburger chain Mos Burger has launched recently. I have never tasted them so I bought three different burgers to do food review. Would you like to know Japanese style veggie burgers and those differences? Please enjoy the video!

Baby Food In Japan (5-6 Months) Vol.3

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In this recipe video, I will introduce how to make Japanese baby food (vol.3). This time, I will introduce how to make baby food with using tofu and fish. (Let’s say protein recipes for baby!) As for fish, I use cod fish and shirasu. Shirasu is the generic name for juvenile sardines, sand lances, and herring. These are eaten in a variety of ways in Japan, such as boiled, dried, and raw with soy sauce. I also use somen noodles this time. Somen is thinner noodle than Udon and it’s easy to cook and eat. I hope you enjoy watching this video and try it out!
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Tokyo Guide : MUJI Hotel Ginza Vol. 1

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In this vlog, I’ll introduce the MUJI Hotel Ginza. MUJI is my favorite Japanese brand that introduces the Japanese-style lifestyle to the world. My family and I stayed at the MUJI Hotel Ginza recently and enjoyed our stay there. Would you like to know how we spent in the hotel? OK! Enjoy this virtual room tour of MUJI Hotel Ginza.

Recipe : Yakitori

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In this recipe video, I will introduce how to make Yakitori with using Yakitori Kit from Toriko. Toriko is a Japanese premium yakitori restaurant and they produced Yakitori Kit “Veranding Toriko” recently. I ordered a month ago and it finally arrived! During this video, you will see what’s in the Yakitori Kit and how to eat Yakitori properly. Enjoy the video!
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[Live Streaming] Tokyo Guide : Sugamo Jizodori Shopping Street

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Live Streaming again! In this vlog, I’ll guide you to the Sugamo Jizodori, a bustling shopping street near JR Sugamo Station popular with the older generations that is affectionately known as “Grandma’s Harajuku” in reference to the youth mecca near Shibuya. Please also check out my $ 20 Japanese street foods hunting!
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Baby Food In Japan (5-6 Months) Vol.2

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In this recipe video, I will introduce how to make baby food (vol.2). In Japan, babies start eating baby food around 5 months old. Since my previous Japanese baby food recipe video was so popular, I decided to film another video. This time, I introduce porridge recipes with using rice and bread . (I use roll bread in the video but you can use white bread as well! )
I made this video to introduce Japanese baby food but please try making rice porridge when you have less appetite or feel like healthy & light meal!

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[Live Streaming] Tokyo Guide : Nakamise Shopping Street In Asakusa

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Live Streaming! In this video, I’ll guide you to the Nakamise Shopping Street – the most famous shopping street in Asakusa. The street runs for 250 meters on the main approach to Sensoji Temple and is lined on both sides with shops selling traditional souvenirs, snacks, and sweets. Please also check out my $30 Japanese street foods hunting!

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