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  • Where I'm from, this is what Japanese gardens are like.

  • Let me show you

  • It's so fluffy

  • If you see very close, you see little bit of like hair

  • (Japanese) These are potatoes

  • It's potatoes

  • They're potatoes?

  • Yeah

  • He's taking all the flowers down.

  • (Japanese) Why do you take the flowers?

  • Oh, if you leave the flowers, the potatoes won't grow big

  • These are leek

  • These are the piimans

  • Piiman is what?

  • They're green peppers

  • These are the okra

  • These are the watermelons

  • Yeah?

  • Sharlot?

  • Yeah

  • Shallot

  • These are tamanegi, they're called onions

  • These are called kyuuri

  • Cucumbers!

  • If you plant the leeks

  • The bugs won't come here.

  • Oh, they won't attack the cucumber plants?

  • Yeah!

  • Oh, that's nice.

  • This is 14km from his house.

  • He's borrowing it.

  • I'm gonna peel soramame

  • These are broad beans.

  • This is how you peel it

  • inside is kind of...gooey.

  • It's kind of like, um....natto

  • I don't know if you know natto, but,

  • Ah, so icky

  • I didn't know it looks black in here.

  • Never seen inside of it

  • They're called soramame

  • Boil them

  • I'm gonna eat this broad bean

  • Soramame

  • So weee...can...peeeel it

  • And then, we can eat it

  • Mmm, it's yummy

  • Kind of sweet

  • See you next time, bye!

Where I'm from, this is what Japanese gardens are like.

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A Visit to a Japanese Vegetable Garden

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    Jim posted on 2017/08/08
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