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  • Hello, everybody.

  • Welcome to Tokyo Creative play.

  • I'm m and today I'm here with that guy with the YouTube channel brought in Japan.

  • God, you're that girl that came on the cycle with me, but then didn't appear in the video.

  • Thanks for that.

  • We're still friends.

  • It's fine.

  • Why don't you In the video, Chris?

  • Uh, anyway, moving on.

  • We're in a TC video today.

  • It's been a while making it up to me.

  • It's I haven't been in a room.

  • Sorry.

  • I've been in a I've been a with you for least two years.

  • I haven't been this year video for one year, so it's kind of weird to be here today.

  • We're gonna play a fun game today.

  • We're gonna be playing a fun game together.

  • We've already played this game before.

  • If you want to check the video out here somewhere, but we're gonna be playing, which is better.

  • So we're gonna be given two different options of things that could be better than the other.

  • And we pick which ones the better one in our own thought opinions and original and groundbreaking concept.

  • Shall we?

  • Yes.

  • Let zit called again the time which is better which is better.

  • Yeah, well, shabby, shabby.

  • Feels healthier because it's meat that's been boiled in the water.

  • Yeah, Nick, you is usually drilled a noise right on the pan.

  • Barbecue E depends on what mood.

  • I mean, if we're going to a more sophisticated shabu, shabu is the one to go for.

  • But if you just want a nice night out, a couple of drinks, good food.

  • Unique is the way to go.

  • You see, I feel exactly the same way, the different situations.

  • If I didn't have to worry about how healthy I felt or just whatever I want, I want it the best.

  • It didn't affect me.

  • I would go.

  • Yeah.

  • Kindle e always feel quite guilty, e because the air is like 90% of Greece, because it's just like those barbecues going in one room.

  • E Yeah, e done videos, every video lottery.

  • It makes me do shabby.

  • Shabby somewhere.

  • Do you want shabu shabu?

  • Not really.

  • Let's sit shabby.

  • Shabby.

  • Oh, okay.

  • For the fifth time, one of our videos I've never been to the robot restaurants and I've never been to make cafe.

  • Well, so I'm gonna pick robot restaurant because I've been to a maid cafe, right?

  • I'm gonna pick robot restaurant because I've seen videos of makeup e tried to get in while actually earlier this year.

  • We ask you to film and they're like, I was like, Come on, I'm sure I'll give you a flattering review.

  • I mean, I wasn't going to Yeah, so I've never been to one.

  • I don't feel that really aimed at me or just people Good.

  • A robot restaurant is fun, exciting, interesting.

  • A bit ridiculous.

  • I've been there many times over the years, and it's changed quite a lot.

  • I used to be like a burlesque kind of starved show.

  • On the first time I went, I was the only foreigner in the room.

  • Back in 2012, it just opened.

  • It was just loads of Japanese salary.

  • Men just waving glow sticks.

  • I went two years later to show you some friends.

  • Andi, I swear to God.

  • I think I saw about Thio Japanese people in the Room 200 foreigners because it's becoming the most popular destinations for foreign tourists in in Tokyo and in Japan, I think on.

  • But it was not as good.

  • I think it was very dumbed down family friendly fun, but it was still quite calm.

  • Like all the friends I have taken to it over the years and I've been two or three times.

  • I always love it.

  • They always enjoy it.

  • And at the end of day, that's what you want, isn't it?

  • Enjoyment and excitement Restaurant I see videos, a river restaurant.

  • I think it looks amazing and like super fun.

  • It's expensive, so e.

  • I've never bean don't get the Bento.

  • I know it's not good.

  • I keep on hearing that the bento sucks.

  • Okay, top tips from abroad in Japan get strong.

  • Zero I think it's quite fun if you're a little bit drunk.

  • A.

  • Well, it's got like, really awkward English voiceovers.

  • Good.

  • I have lots of characters, like a big dinosaur robot, and they have, like three people, act like they're villages in the town and they're having fun.

  • And there's a big voice is a big voice over comes over the speaker saying This village looks so peaceful.

  • Let's trash it and then this big giant right what dinosaur comes entering the wall?

  • Just eight, everyone Oh my God!

  • And for that alone is worth the price of entry.

  • Yeah, okay.

  • That made cafes.

  • Can't even you can't get that.

  • Yeah, that's good.

  • A village being trashed by a dinosaur.

  • What more do you need for a night out?

  • Robot restaurant?

  • Hiroshima Some 100% Hiroshima style Find a sucker like it's just a bit too blended into one.

  • The flavors are distinct.

  • Was Hiroshima style.

  • I've just found a lot more flavors going on.

  • I used to feel the same way and then I changed my e.

  • Yeah, I went to us like a bunch.

  • I know that, you know, it's it's the same kind of doughy business happening, but the different kinds of toppings that you can have in the different kinds of sources that different shops specializing like I love adding Machi to it.

  • Right?

  • That's one of my favorite things.

  • That little stringy chewiness is so good.

  • But I don't think you could do that with Hiroshi Must maybe you can.

  • I don't know if I'm in Hiroshima elite that style from in Osaka.

  • Eat that style.

  • I just I just love the theatrics of Hiroshima.

  • Style is true because, you know, you go to Hiroshima starting on, they lay it on right they put their batter down, they start layering with cabbage and noodles and things, and you can watch it slowly, kind of get layered and built up before you and they kind of nice theatrical way.

  • That kind of gets you excited for the meal while awaiting and watching.

  • So I think for theatrical quality and the taste I'd say Hiroshima style.

  • Okay, I'm going to say Osaka style, probably cause I haven't had Hiroshima style in a while and also right now is very dear to my heart.

  • So e Okay, Joe versus E.

  • Just away, Mom Memories Way More Good Night South.

  • I love nighttime photography in Osaka, for me is the best place to do nighttime photography.

  • It's just, like, got more grittier lived in quality to Tokyo, right?

  • Take.

  • It's got almost just clean stability to it, which is great.

  • But for photos, you want something a bit grittier, bit dirtier and that kind of really Blade runner field, the lights, the lights, the lights in Osaka.

  • Just it's a completely different vibe.

  • Yeah, I really love with on it has a really they call it the Kitchen of Japan, right?

  • Thes Bloody amazing.

  • Kyoto's cool But you probably know what I'm gonna say.

  • Crowds.

  • Yeah, I'm sure that there is a side of character that I haven't seen because I go there and I do a lot of the touristy stuff.

  • Then even a bit of the tourist stuff is still pretty crowded.

  • But I'm sure that there is a side that I haven't seen.

  • E don't wanna do it too dirty.

  • We've been toe philosophers path gato, philosophers path.

  • Find possible Chris product.

  • You know, there's a really nice a little kind of stream down the side of Kyoto in between certain temples, and you can kind of follow that.

  • There's no how many people on that's nice.

  • You can think about philosophy.

  • You could have a nice cream.

  • It's brilliant.

  • That's nice, because it's just a little bit more quiet.

  • I think the problem is with Kyoto, right?

  • You wanna have that profound sense of wonder just sitting at Temple when relaxing and enjoying it.

  • But you just can't remember the Ginkel.

  • Could you temple just standing in a queue on your there, one at a time, one at a time, people gradually edging forwards.

  • You take a photo and it's like Okay, the exits there.

  • It's just like I don't feel anything.

  • I think with Osaka, you expect the city and you find something a bit more peaceful.

  • But with Kyoto, you expect something peaceful and you get a ridiculous amount of people, and it's it's not as peaceful position.

  • So at the same time, you know, becoming Japan for the first time.

  • The trip probably wouldn't be complete without a trip to Kyoto and seeing a lot these places.

  • The architecture is superb, and if you go to places like the Fushimi and I shines on the quiet, it's actually really nice and cool.

  • High high enough.

  • There's not so many people people give up along the way.

  • They be healthy, and it will enjoy Kate anymore.

  • Go the Monkey party.

  • Monkey parts pretty far on the best view of K is from the Monkey Park.

  • No, I'm gonna go for die.

  • So because although you could get an amazing variety of Don Quixote and that's so cool, it's expensive.

  • E think that Don Quixote really racks up the places I think Don Quixote's jack of all trades but master of none, like I take friends to Don Quixote.

  • It's like a tourist attraction for May, particularly one should be which is massive and never ending.

  • And you get every flavor of KitKat name to man there.

  • But we never buy anything.

  • We just go out Tokyo kit Cuts tender are things like but die.

  • So actually go there and buy things quite a lot S o dy saved, more practical and useful.

  • And also, my friend is a lot more funny English in Dyson.

  • Like I've made a lot of kind of funny Japanese in my fears over years.

  • Just finding strange English and Dice is the front runner for that.

  • If you want to find some, get into Yeah, so I guess exciting.

  • Touristy.

  • Wow, There's so much crazy stuff, but don't really want to buy anything.

  • Don Quixote.

  • If you want to buy stuff, it's still cool is a tourist attraction.

  • I think if you don't have to die.

  • So in your home country Yeah, it's like you get so many cheap souvenirs in Japan Exclusive.

  • It's amazing what you get 400 you'll be amazed to when Ugo but e yeah, I mean, I don't really get so either.

  • I don't do shopping as much.

  • I've spent more time in Ginza over the years.

  • But I find gins are a little bit sterilize the streets a really wide and clean and dull.

  • I feel like gins is very high end and spaced apart.

  • So if you wanna get anywhere, it's like you walked really far and you're passing by a lot of nameless buildings or like you or something.

  • It just feels like a generic American, North American or Europeans.

  • Large city.

  • Yeah, whereas DeSanto you have like the main street, which is, you know, all high end.

  • But down the alleyways there's so much to find.

  • There's all the cafes and just quirky stores.

  • You know, a good burger.

  • Yeah, like the side alleys in a multi sound.

  • Really great.

  • That's true.

  • E love getting lost down there, 100% e can't afford gives you anyway.

  • E beyond ridiculous.

  • Right away.

  • I e yeah, I watched your name and you know, I think it's good.

  • I think of your name is like anonima, but with spirited away, I feel of it.

  • It's art.

  • I don't know like your name is beautiful were spirited away as well as like this story and the art and everything.

  • It's just it's an artwork.

  • Yeah, just the world.

  • That's imagine the characters spirit of the way, way more memorable.

  • Deep E.

  • My answer is neither expired.

  • Universal Studios is my answer for Fuji Highland.

  • I was going to say that you hate fun, but I don't hate e love Harry Potter world at us J I got the butter beer.

  • I walked around Hogwarts magically.

  • Oh, it's like a back home in the UK that, but I'd be like my mom used to make.

  • It's just like I feel like I'm at Harry Potter world all over again right now.

  • No DisneySea.

  • I once I went there with my sister once many years ago because she had come into Japan and I was like, Disneysea looks great.

  • Everyone's always raved about it on We went there queued for like, two rides.

  • Remember?

  • One ride took 3.5 hours to keep thought.

  • It was 20,000 leagues under the sea.

  • It was I don't know if we could swear on T.

  • C, so I won't.

  • But it was I didn't hate it.

  • I keep it 3.5 hours.

  • The ride was about 40 seconds long and I was like, Why would come here?

  • This is the worst day hot tips that it wasn't a busy day.

  • It was like marches.

  • Why did you go wait leagues under the disappointment?

  • E But the whole part was just full e.

  • Remember, you said it wasn't a busy day in the park.

  • It wasn't.

  • It was not so busy day, but it was still extremely busy, because when you build a theme park in the heart of the world's biggest city is never gonna be not busy.

  • But somehow Universal Studios, the keys aren't half bad.

  • I felt that's true.

  • Universal Studios is more like a chill experience.

  • But I for DisneySea still, I like university.

  • It was just it felt empty.

  • Disney.

  • No Universal studio.

  • You get out of my house, how he put a world that was, Do I need to say anymore good?

  • Except I'm terrified of that ride.

  • Which one?

  • The spiders and there's a dragon.

  • Oh, no.

  • I thought you were the one where there's a roller coaster when you're strapped in, and then they turned it like that's your face down.

  • Then you fly dinosaur one.

  • That's not Harry process.

  • Whatever.

  • It's all the same to make a dinosaur.