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!
In this video, I’ll guide you to the Kappabashi dogugai in Tokyo! Kappabashi is famous as the biggest Japanese kitchenware town. Alongside with the 800m long main street, there are around 200 shops that sell knives, plates, ceramics bowls, tea pots and cups and more! This is vol. 2 so I’ll show you individual kitchenwares and explain what and how to use them. I hope you also enjoy watching the current scene in Kappabashi kitchenware town.
Tokyo Guide : Japanese Candy & Retro Snacks In Odaiba
In this Vlog, I will guide you to the place that you can feel retro Tokyo! During this video, I introduce the Japanese candy shop (Dagashi-ya in Japanese) that sells variety of Japanese candies and retro snacks. You will also see Takoyaki (octopus balls) and unique vending machine that have Ramen & Yakitori etc. PLUS, iF you love Japanese culture, especially games and cartoons, don’t miss the end of the video. My son and I tried different retro arcade games! Hope all of you enjoy this Vlog and old Tokyo scene!!!
In this Vlog, I will guide you to the Tokyo Ramen Kokugikan “Mai” in Odaiba area. My family and I visited there again and tasted Tsukemen (dipping ramen) and giant Gyoza there! Odaiba is a memorial place for us. Would you like to know why and how was the flavor of those foods? Please enjoy this Vlog and Tokyo scene!!
My family and I visited the huge park called Toneri-koen in Tokyo. We brought quick & easy BENTO box and had them under the sky. Then, we moved to the UNIQLO store to see their colab t-shirt with our favorite cartoon Doraemon! Please enjoy this Vlog and see how the city of Tokyo is like!!!
The state of emergency has lifted nationwide in Japan. So, my family and I decided to go outside on weekends. We visited Tokyo Solamachi (shopping mall) which located under the Tokyo Skytree. I will also introduce my favorite shops, what we had for family lunch, what kitchen gadgets I bought this time and so on. Please enjoy this Vlog and see how the city of Tokyo is like!
In this vlog, I will introduce Baby food (7-8 months) in Japan. In Japan, babies start eating baby food around 5 months old. As a mom of 2 children, I’ve been enjoying making baby food (and also kids meal) for almost 5 years now. My daughter became 8 months old so I decided to film what she eats now. I hope you enjoy watching this video and try it out! Read More
In this vlog, I will introduce Baby Food in Japan. In Japan, babies start eating baby food around 5 months old. As a mom of 2 children, I’ve been enjoying making baby food (and also kids meal) for almost 5 years now. My daughter is about to become 7 months old so I decided to film what she’s been eating during 5 – 6 months old. I hope you enjoy watching this video and try it out if you have small baby in your family! 🙂 Enjoy the video! YUCa
This time, I visited the antenna shop from Miyagi prefecture and bought some popular local foods and unique foods. Some of you may know but my family and I have just visited Sendai city the other day. We took the bullet train from Tokyo and it took only 2 hours. We only stayed there one night but had delicious sweets and foods! We all enjoyed our stay there. Please check those gourmet photos on YUCa’s Japanese Cooking Facebook page and Instagram. Enjoy the video!
In this vlog, I will try new series which is about visiting various antenna shops in Tokyo! Do you know about Antenna shop? Antenna shop is a store that specializes for products from the region. This time, I visited the antenna shop from Kochi prefecture and bought some of popular local foods and unique foods. Would you like to know what they are?