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  • living in Tokyo.

  • I honestly forget that I lived in Japan.

  • I think it's because of the city life and how it hides a lot of Japan's history and nature.

  • I come across temples and shrines from time to time, and then it reminds me of how lucky I am to live in a gorgeous place like Japan.

  • So I thought, going to random locations and exploring a little feeling surprised again with what I discover renews that feeling of amazement when I explore this country.

  • Good morning, everybody.

  • I wanted to go somewhere different.

  • There's no actual like festival's going on because Monday, but there's a lot of, like people that are filming festival.

  • So we decided to do something different and like, look around the town that we haven't looked around before, so I kind of want to do this more often for, like, future video.

  • So we're running late right now and, yeah, we're gonna head over there and just look around.

  • There's actually no plan that we have.

  • We just want to see what they have, But yeah, let's way ended up in Diogo Coup, a town dedicated to sumo wrestling in the middle of Tokyo Yuji was also meeting some of my closest friends for the first time today.

  • Not to mention Yuji is like a walking encyclopedia and knows a lot about Japan.

  • So that was very helpful.

  • Children really famous, is it?

  • They conquered.

  • Okay, so way are in.

  • Diogo will go coo.

  • And I remember that because Goku from Dragon later on.

  • And this place is really well known for, like sumo wrestling.

  • So there's a lot of sumo museums, which I hope we can see at least one today.

  • I'm not sure because pretty like late in the day, but hopefully we can see something.

  • But like there's most of the time.

  • If you come here, you'll see like sumo wrestling was walking around.

  • Yeah, I want Teoh Station.

  • That sounds solo.

  • Yeah, they're sandals, A really loud.

  • So if you hear like the the wooden clinking sound, then you know that there's like a sumo wrestler similar rings and like training grounds here.

  • And they also have, like this, uh, new shopping center.

  • That kind of it's kind of knew it opened up in 2016 and like they have, it was like an old symbol ring, and it's very Aito style.

  • 80 is like, What is the period of eight?

  • 080 it's like 16 hundreds like 18 hundreds.

  • You guys came and you have to change.

  • Yes, like everything.

  • Very.

  • We tried to go way try to go to the museum, but it was closed.

  • So we ended up in a recently open shopping center called 80 Norton, which was opened in 2016 to have some lunch and take in this cool view of an old sumo ring that was actually used during sumo tournaments.

  • So behind me is a actual time simmering, and Dad's actually pretty must be complicated.

  • During the competition, we ended up eating a Japanese dish called somebody, which is basically just sashimi or raw fish on rice.

  • It's tough for me to eat Japanese food now because of my newfound allergies.

  • But for those of you who aren't allergic to fish, this is quite safe to eat.

  • While in Japan, not only it's a Diogo crude tourist information centre here, but there's 11 different Japanese restaurants to try here, including a dish called chanko nabe, which includes a healthy mixture of meat and vegetables in a huge hot pot.

  • This is what sumo wrestlers eat to train for their tournaments and you can try it right here at 80 Norden.

  • I'm not gonna lie like it's really, really cool to see, like, a bunch of sumo wrestlers walking around like we just saw four of them right now.

  • So with saying we're gonna go to the Sumo Museum now and we're gonna check it out.

  • And then if we have time, we're gonna head to the park and then meet up with Ash because you guys haven't seen Ash and so long.

  • Is this it cool?

  • Let's go.

  • Apparently, there was a sumo tournament going on, so we were able to see the players get onto their buses, was too shy to ask them for a picture.

  • But we had a picture with sumo wrestler Eugene like stop, and he was like, Where you guys from?

  • Q.

  • I'll show that I'll put the picture in the video, but, yeah, we got a picture.

  • I couldn't feel much inside the Sumo Museum because I technically wasn't allowed to.

  • So here is what we caught of the place.

  • It was only one floor and quite small, but brother enjoyable.

  • All right, So if if it's really hot day, you need Bacary Sweat because has electrolytes in it.

  • So it keeps you.

  • Yeah.

  • It keeps you hydrated longer.

  • So sorry.

  • Sweat.

  • Next to the Sumo Museum is a quiet park owned by an old lord from way back in the Edo period times It's small, and we got bitten by a ton of mosquitoes, but we stopped to take some photos for a while and enjoy the nature.

  • So we're at the park.

  • It's a former Yasuda something, something like that.

  • It was It was an emperor, right?

  • Something like that.

  • I like I love high.

  • Like look at him like he knows a walking encyclopedia.

  • He knows a lot, actually.

  • So we're pretty surprised.

  • Really beautiful.

  • But it's kind of interesting because, like, meshed in with city so you can see psychiatry behind me.

  • You look over there.

  • I don't know.

  • It's gonna focus really bright.

  • Oh, there we go there.

  • You can see sky tree over there, so it's kind of like a mix between city and nature.

  • So it's very interesting.

  • Not super peaceful, but pretty cool.

  • So we're gonna just walk around, click around I think this station is really nice.

  • It's like something that I haven't really like explored much else.

  • And we got to take pictures of sumo wrestlers.

  • So that was cool.

  • Look at the turtle's face.

  • I'm sweating my balls off, but I don't have all We're gonna go Teoh deal.

  • Go through station and we're gonna head to key Ohsumi something.

  • It's a really long name.

  • So we're leaving the Sumo Sumo Area, which was really cool to see, actually, Yeah, that other garden.

  • We got eaten alive by mosquitoes, so that was worth it.

  • We've got some pictures.

  • Yeah, You just taking photos again.

  • Thing is, Ash, he doesn't even look the same.

  • He's so skinny now.

  • Like it's a good thing.

  • Waking.

  • Look, you look good.

  • You look good.

  • This cafe is amazing.

  • It's a New Zealand cafe and it has a lot of stuff I can eat.

  • I had a smoothie bowl and it was the most instagram herbal smoothie bowl I've ever tasted.

  • Not to mention.

  • Their coffee is very creamy and delicious.

  • Okay, so it's something I wanna make every morning, boys have met each other.

  • Now we're doing photography thing.

  • We're going to go to shrine with lots of light and just check it out.

  • So cool.

  • I've never been with station.

  • There's like a concert hall over there.

  • It's a very traditional Japanese look, like a temple over there.

  • I've never been here.

  • Wallace's pretty looking the lantern I love seeing things that never seen before.

  • I guess there's no lanterns here, but the place is really beautiful, and I've never been here before, But wow, this is amazing.

  • Like this Get so big and the moon is really cool today.

  • Really beautiful.

  • So this base is basically the graves of general who have massacred a lot of other countries.

  • Basically, So it's kind of a controversial virtual place to be because they're buried here on the Prime Minister had visited here, and people were kind of angry, like Chinese, and I think Thai people, I'm not sure, but yeah, so the graves are very beautiful, but it's a very controversial place to be because of the general, too, had slaughtered other people during World War two or after World War two.

  • So yeah, founded in 1955 in Detroit, Michigan getting bitten.

  • Oh, I know that Happen to me.

  • Older, everywhere should all of my legs Oh, my God.

  • They're world prayer legs because we got been really, really hard.

  • Okay, so we decided to take pictures right here by this overpass.

  • I think we just like 100 photos.

  • I'm, like, so sweaty, but yeah, it's really pretty here.

  • It's a nice night.

  • It got cooler, So that's always good.

  • Not having a plan this day was great, because by the end of the night, we discovered a Western style underground bar to top off for adventure.

  • This blaze was unique.

  • The menu paired.

  • It's beer with its food.

  • And there were cool drawers that had all of your cutlery, napkins and whatever else you needed to eat your meal.

  • I came across really amazing bar.

  • Never seen it before Animal condo.

  • And I think it's so cool.

  • They have, like, lots of different, like very western British.

  • Kind of pricey, but, like, really kind of.

  • No, thank you.

  • Don't you like that drunk?

  • Kelly, You introduce yourself.

  • You do to yourself camera.

  • What?

  • Drinking.

  • Going Japanese.

  • I think I'm a little too drunk to continue, so we're gonna end much others a bank.

  • We're gonna go home strike u T.

  • Yes.

  • You're gonna go home.

  • Oh, my God.

  • You go home is gonna end of log.

  • Bye bye.

  • Kelly's block.

  • I I hope you enjoy this adventure.

  • Comment below what?

  • You'd like to see me do or where you'd like to see me go next And like this video for more content like this and I'll see you in the next video.

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