Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles due to the international Dateline. I've lost 13 hours today, but I am in Japan on it. Turns out I have a friend here. True. Uh oh, Yoko. So Tokyo. I love the fan on Lee. Priority for tonight is to be as Japanese as possible, which means breathing the same air that they breathe and filter it using their own mode of transportation. God, I hate traffic for food and definitely go out Japanese style. What's up, Japan deeper. Hi, I'm Nass. No, you're not fall. Hi, I'm not. Today's video is not about how beautiful Tokyo is. It's actually about how safe this damn place is. So it's so safe in Tokyo that if you put your $1200 drawn bag in the middle of the street, no one will touch it. In other countries, people think this bag will either get them super rich or bombed to death by someone that looks like me. I'm sorry, it's just the way it is. It's so safe in Tokyo that you could just leave your bike unattended, leave your phone unattended and even put your money on attended in the middle of the street, and no one will give a shit. Maybe that was a little bit of an exaggeration. Will I ever get robbed here? Probably. But crime is one less thing to think about here in Tokyo. That's one minute. See you tomorrow. Hello. You can't see me, but what you can see is the most beautiful mountain in the world. Mount Fuji E This'll Mountain is 3776 m high, which is 4.5 times that of Burj Khalifa in Dubai and 42% off Mount Everest in Nepal. But it's not the size of Mount Fuji that makes it so magical. It's not the perfect symmetry of the mountain. It's not the beautiful, snowcapped at the top. It's not the holiness of the mountain. For everyone else, it's not the blue lakes that surround it. What makes Mount Fuji is so special is that it's majestically there in front of you at all times, reminding you of how powerful nature is and how tiny you are compared to it. That's Mount Fuji. That's one minute. See you tomorrow. I'm finally in Kyoto. But today's video is not about how beautiful Kyoto is. It's about how polite Japanese people are. The Japanese people are so polite that when you accuse me, don't use the effort. The Japanese people are so polite that when they hand you back your credit card, they use both hands and bow down and respect. When there are no cars and traffic light is red, they still don't cross the road. When they get sick, they cover their mouth so as not to get you sick either. If you go to a random person and say thank you for no reason, they will say thank you back to get the e o. Okay, maybe not everybody, but you get the idea. Thank you. That's Japan. That's one minute. See you tomorrow. There's another thing I do not get about Japan, which is the love for baseball, which is the love for baseball. These kids love baseball so much, I think it's on. Lee loved in Japan anything United States and some in the United States still hate it, but not these kids. How long have you been playing for? Yes, I bring Poppy. Baseball makes you happy. Why Baseball? Yeah, Yeah, e Pray this. It's very, very fun. Very fun. Yes, and fun is the only reason you need to play baseball. That's one minute. See you tomorrow. Hello from the Silicon Valley off Japan. I'm here with ice Face. What do you guys wear? Developing the micro global technologies to send to the moon? Okay, that is lunatic. This'll is not an iPhone app thes, Really smart people are building really small robots to send to really far places like the surface off. Smooth on. If this robot lands on the moon, travels 500 m and transmits video back to earth ideally in one minute chunks, Google will give these guys a whopping $20 million prize. Okay, You guys don't only look smart and wise. You're actually building the future. Quit trying. We're trying just one meat. It's here Tomorrow I'm here at Hiroshima, which is where the world's first atomic bomb was dropped by the United States on Japan. Yeah, a T 8. 16 AM on August 6, 1945. A nuclear bomb dropped over this exact location on Hiroshima, killing 70,000 people instantly and many more in the following years. I'm not gonna pretend like I know how to describe this tragic event because I can't so I'm gonna leave it to visuals. Good morning from Hiroshima. Today's video is not about the extreme sadness at Hiroshima. It's about how Japan moved on from this tragedy on Lee. 71 years ago, this place was a dead flat surface and Hiroshima Today there is still sadness, anger, and there are survivors of a nuclear the attack. But what they don't have these hate their memorial instead of being named. The War Memorial is called the Peace Memorial. You would think they hate the U. S. But I could find zero anti American sentiments in here. Other countries just won't let it go. Their city is completely rebuilt with incredible skyscrapers and infrastructure. Don't get me wrong. What happened here was still remembered every single day in Japan and the rest of the world. But what's surprising is that their anger has no hate component in it. Because peace will never flow from hate. That Hiroshima, that's what minutes see you tomorrow. Things is my last day in Japan and I'm in Okinawa Island. But the weather sucks. So here's a list of everything crazy I find in Japan Go the taxi doors open automatically. There's no garbage bin to get the streets are so clean, you could even lick them. Sorry, mom. You wouldn't think they like credit cards? No, it's a cash card. You want privacy laws? Every phone must make a sound. When you take a picture due to health concerns, this is completely normal. Crossroads when it's red. Nope. Dude, there's no cars come their food menus, all made of plastic. They love people almost irrational. Ease their food. Delicious nature. Gorgeous shrines, majestic startups, Awesome cities. See people polite. I'm not generalizing. Yes, Do I like Japan? Yes, you can divide countries into three categories. The developed countries, the underdeveloped countries and Japan. That was a nine minute long video. It's probably one off my longest videos I've ever made to date. And as you can tell, it's a very expensive video to make because Japan is expensive. That's why I'm very happy. 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