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  • Hey, guys.

  • So a quick recap.

  • I'm currently visiting Coach Prefecture on the island of Shikoku, the smallest of Japan's four main islands.

  • This is gonna be my first time in coaching prefecture, and I'm so excited.

  • That's not all.

  • I get to do this trip with one of my favorite YouTubers.

  • For this trip, Charlotte and I took advantage of coaches, tourism campaign visitors from overseas who present their passport and the returning flight ticket can receive a welcome package with 10,000 yen or roughly $100 in gift cards.

  • Through this campaign, Charlotte and I are going to take a trip around coach and show you some of the cool things you can do as we explore this naturally beautiful and relatively unknown gem of a prefecture.

  • So after arriving at Coach Airport, we're now heading out to Shimanto City and we're going to have some lunch and then we're gonna get out on the water and do some water sports.

  • And I'm so excited.

  • Do you have you done a lot of water sports?

  • I've done wakeboarding on, like being pulled by a tube on the back of a good old Canadian.

  • Yeah, that's about it.

  • I haven't done.

  • What's it called?

  • Stand up paddle.

  • So no, I haven't.

  • What?

  • I'm excited for that.

  • Oh, my God.

  • We have to do that.

  • It's gonna be a major challenge.

  • I'm assuming if it requires the same balance.

  • Oh, yeah?

  • Can you snowboard?

  • Can you?

  • I'm excited to fall in the ocean since I'm really excited.

  • Thio, watch you follow it should.

  • Actually I'll probably fall to now because karma is a thing from the airport.

  • It's a two hour drive into the mountains to reach this remote location along the Shimanto River, where you can rent a kayak or paddleboard and explore coaching by water.

  • The rental company is called with River, and in spite of the remote location, there's surprisingly English friendly.

  • You should probably bring your own swimsuit, but you can also rent T shirts and shorts here if you don't want to get your own clothes wet.

  • Okay.

  • All right.

  • So we're here at with River.

  • We're about to get in the canoe, do some canoeing.

  • We're gonna do some something.

  • Stand up pedal.

  • Have you done it before?

  • Yeah, I'm the only one that's gonna feel the but I'm good at it.

  • I'm so excited to get on the river.

  • I like your GoPro.

  • Thank you.

  • It's a very nice girl.

  • So go pro.

  • Please give me your go pro.

  • Okay.

  • Thanks.

  • That was really easy.

  • Japanese people are so kind.

  • Yeah, Japanese people.

  • This is Japanese.

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  • She Oh, Multinational.

  • I'm gonna keep this.

  • Take it back to Canada.

  • No, no, no.

  • I regard Togo's a mass.

  • No Good bye way started off by kayaking around the shallow shoreline of the Shimanto River.

  • Things is a great introduction Toe water sports and a fairly easy activity even for beginners.

  • Gliding along the pristine and emerald green river on a sunny day feels magical.

  • Kids Next we hopped on paddleboards and rode the strong river current traveling a kilometer downstream while taking in the gorgeous scenery.

  • That was fun.

  • We've spent a lot of time in the sun today.

  • E feel like I stand a little e a lot of fun.

  • It was actually I really fun.

  • Um, Charlotte did really well.

  • So did you weigh?

  • Can clearly see you did better.

  • Really nice and relaxing.

  • And it's nice to like Like like Charlotte was saying it's really surprising that you have beautiful rivers like this.

  • And you don't see any people in the e Just like look out the window.

  • E live near river like this.

  • I would swim.

  • Good morning.

  • We're just getting ready for our day to trip here of Cokie.

  • This sentence does not make any dramatic sense.

  • What happened on, uh, the weather has turned on us.

  • It was supposed to be sunny, and we had plans to go cycling, but I don't think that that's gonna happen today.

  • Um, unfortunately.

  • So the plans have changed suddenly, but I'm looking forward to seeing what we could get up to on a rainy day and coaching as well.

  • We have come deep into the mountains.

  • Thio this'll It'll warehouse to join a metal Smith workshop.

  • You got high hopes.

  • E o.

  • That's how you did.

  • You watch that e project.

  • So that means that there Souto So we've come all the way out into the mountains to this metal workshop.

  • And, um, we're learning about the metal foraging your trade.

  • And it's really, really fascinating that people can come join this workshop and learn how to make knives and steel from sand on the beach like you start and you go and you collect the sand and you turn it into materials for foraging.

  • And that's actually incredible.

  • The My turn.

  • Yeah.

  • How was it?

  • Uh, if you've even you'd expect it to be e think you'll do it yourself.

  • You need to do it really hard.

  • You need to like you need to be confident.

  • I'm not.

  • I'm never confident.

  • E Oh, my God.

  • How did you hold this so heavy?

  • Use your but she's got a hidden biceps.

  • Show me your arms.

  • Show me your arms.

  • Oh, yeah.

  • Okay, so that's that's why.

  • Please Wow!

  • Okay, e no, it's so heavy.

  • Getting a good can work at it, huh?

  • Stress?

  • It's fun.

  • I like it.

  • Do it again.

  • Charlotte and I worked together to forage a knife and it was a lot of hard work.

  • Thankfully, our teacher, Mr Hayashi, was patient with us as he showed us his tricks of the trade.

  • Mr.

  • Hayashi speaks English and actually welcomes visitors from all over Japan and the world.

  • Some grievance stay for several days at his facility while learning the art of Japanese metal foraging Pretty cool right way did it together.

  • And that's the most important thing.

  • Like our vengeance.

  • Like Avengers E.

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  • Hey, that that's beautiful.

  • That's a nice That's great.

  • E uh, thing e, thank you very much.

  • At the end of the trip, we were blessed with better weather and can continue our original plan to explore.

  • Coached by sea.

  • This included a boat tour along the coast of ashes.

  • Judy, with the possibility of spotting a few whales if we were lucky.

  • No way.

  • I'm so excited to get out on the water.

  • Unfortunately, although the weather was clear, Theo Ocean was still a bit too rough to go whale spotting.

  • But the ride around the coast was a great way to see the island from a different perspective, and it felt nice to feel the wind in our hair.

  • I even got to do some fishing on the back of the boat on our we'll hit on our way to watch whales.

  • And the boat driver apparently has caught some fish, and he wants me to reel it in.

  • So what kind of fish it's gonna come out?

  • E.

  • There's like a small fish out there putting a e.

  • A.

  • He's a big boy He's a big boy.

  • A the Oh, he's big.

  • Mhm.

  • Yeah.

  • So, um, we're at the airport.

  • It's been a long day.

  • They're not a crazy day.

  • We're so tired.

  • Hair?

  • Yeah, it's been We've been in the mountains.

  • We went way.

  • Actually, I think we've crossed all of coaching today anyway, so we're at the airport now.

  • And just before I leave and go to Fukuoka, I want Thio actually used my eso the very beginning of my trip.

  • I got JCB gift cards, um, $100 worth of JCB gift cards at the front desk just for coming to coach.

  • And, uh, since I'm about to leave and go back to Fukuoka and I don't know what I'm gonna visit coach again.

  • I want to use thes gift cards to buy some.

  • Oh, Miyagi, All these air.

  • Cute.

  • Like, really cute.

  • Yeah, Foot sandwich.

  • Yeah, apparently thes thes cookies.

  • Air only sold here in Coach Prefecture.

  • They're like ritz crackers, but sweeter Thing was Charlotte's favorite.

  • Charlotte was like really into the Al Nuri al Saenuri.

  • Oh, here also naughty soup.

  • It's instant soup using the alsa nori seaweed that they get from the Shimanto River.

  • Oh, That's so cool.

  • I don't think I need to be eating any more fish any time soon, so I'm gonna skip this section.

  • Cut civil person drops a They taste like milk.

  • Yeah, that's probably good.

  • I like the character.

  • They've just created a cut Solingen e.

  • They've created a character called Cuts Owning, and he's a human, but he's also a cuttlefish bonito fish e asked that earlier.

  • It's a type of Citrus here.

  • E Look at these cookies.

  • There they are.

  • Okay, Charlotte got these, and I regretted not buying them earlier, so I'm gonna get some now Way had these on our canoe trip, and they were like, thes sweet potato chips.

  • And they're really crunchy and delicious.

  • Uses, really, really popular here.

  • They grow.

  • A lot of Citrus is in Shikoku, so I'm gonna pick up some uses.

  • Okay?

  • Okay.

  • Thanks.

  • E a by e.

  • Gotta go.

  • I'm gonna miss my flight e by.

  • So that was a quick trip to coach your prefecture.

  • Don't let the remoteness of Shikoku intimidate you.

  • There's a lot of charm on this island and plenty of friendly people eager to welcome tourists.

  • Check out Charlotte's videos on her channel two for another perspective from the trip.

  • If you want to see more videos like this, make sure you subscribe to the channel so you don't miss an update.

  • Thank you so much.

  • Talked again soon.

  • Bye.

Hey, guys.

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