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  • Yeah.

  • Hi, guys.

  • Right now, I mean, how did Dooku and I'm just about to go and meet people from Topeka Tours?

  • I think that's how you say it.

  • I'll find out in a second today, I'm going with them to a farm, a Japanese farm.

  • And I'm gonna have a day experiencing what that kind of life is like.

  • So I thought I'd bring in guys along with me and explain what's going on as we go.

  • So, yeah, I don't know what happens from now on, but let's just get into it.

  • All right?

  • Hi, guys.

  • Now we're just waiting for the bus.

  • Just outside.

  • Hmm.

  • Uh, yeah.

  • You introduce yourself so many, Miss Livia.

  • So today we're gonna have What?

  • Are we going?

  • Yes, we hoped into you, Sabina.

  • For Japanese countryside.

  • Yeah.

  • To enjoy together.

  • Yeah.

  • So that's gonna be translating for me because my Japanese is not so great.

  • According to what I lived in the U S for six or seven years, and I thought you were all right, and we're gonna get in the bus.

  • And I don't know what's gonna happen today, but let's just wait and see, Okay.

  • Hello again, guys.

  • We just got out of the car and we're walking into some woods.

  • We're going to see a shrine first.

  • It's private private property.

  • So the fields off the landowner around the strain.

  • Okay, It's so nice to be outside of Tokyo.

  • Honestly, Like I love I love talking to pieces, but it's so good to get back in touch with green stuff.

  • You guys know how much I love plants, so Oh, yeah, Well, you got Oh, yeah, it's just started running a little bit, but it's not that bad.

  • It'll, huh?

  • Oh, okay.

  • Uh huh.

  • And they also use, like, men.

  • You have to say, Like like like he likes more thing, type off, natural natural cycle cycle.

  • And I think we can take something from the ground and fertilizer.

  • So he prefers that, too.

  • Yeah.

  • Thio artificial.

  • Wow.

  • Oh, that's so cute.

  • It's a very small shrine for the local.

  • Okay, so that the gods walked through the middle.

  • I loathe.

  • All right.

  • Thank you.

  • Hi.

  • Okay.

  • Day than the valley.

  • Both.

  • Great.

  • Wow.

  • I love that color.

  • It's just so vibrant.

  • Well, it's a little pink bus.

  • That's like you.

  • So this one, probably in one month.

  • You can.

  • Okay.

  • I'm so jealous of all the cookie.

  • I love you so much.

  • Oh, my God.

  • Yeah.

  • Guys, when you come What?

  • It enclosed shoes.

  • What is this?

  • The bush?

  • Oh, my God.

  • This'll crazy.

  • One month they caught it four months ago.

  • Oh, my God.

  • You win this much in one month.

  • Wow.

  • Oh, this is crazy.

  • I can't imagine something growing this quickly.

  • Oh, my goodness.

  • You want to try?

  • Yeah, Yeah, he's saying that.

  • It's It's a lot of hard work I can understand that people would use, just, like, out of state pesticides, but way kill us.

  • The killer.

  • That's right.

  • Yeah.

  • Yeah.

  • The Anderson is saying that the people who buy the produce, they don't know how much how much you work for it, right way finish working in that field.

  • And now we're going to see what a cultivated field looks like.

  • And it's kind of nice just working in that field because I used to do a lot of gardening back in Australia, like Okay, not a lot of gardening, but, you know, just getting a hand study like it's a great way to just get out of your head and get back in touch with the earth and stuff that son so hippie ish.

  • But, you know, I feel it.

  • I find it hard to do that in Tokyo, like I've got my pot plants, which is great.

  • But it's just nice to come here and yeah, it's hot stuff again.

  • I'm gonna say, if you guys come on this tour, please.

  • Wearing clothes, shoes.

  • Oh, my gosh.

  • My feet have been eaten alive.

  • Mom, if you're watching this plug these a year love pomegranates so much give me home among the cocky trees with lots of symmetries And in a gutter and the Congo D'oh!

  • He and his wife made images for us, sir.

  • Q, This is so nice.

  • Oh, my gosh.

  • I'm wondering.

  • I always see so many cookie on the ground.

  • Is that like, a reason why picks or like, a bad one?

  • So because they ended more lines, sometimes they just fall on their own because I think for the kind of give way to the beading on and the ones that already fell, they aren't so good.

  • Yeah, and they're not ripe enough anyways to eat.

  • We just got given a little mosquito coil that we can hang with that.

  • Dallas and I was very fashionable.

  • Mitchell.

  • Shut it.

  • So there are 33 rice paddies, right?

  • And he is the one, like in the the brother in the back.

  • Yeah, and he's renting that only, And he's making rice for Marty.

  • Okay, we'll go.

  • Any of you guys are looking for somewhere to go?

  • You want to just get away from all the touristy spots?

  • I definitely recommend this experience.

  • Lifestyles, locals.

  • Yeah, Not just, you know, the life of the city.

  • Exactly.

  • You can do this from Tokyo.

  • Like you don't even have to travel far.

  • Let me know.

  • You go out.

  • I love a days.

  • We get it.

  • That world.

  • Uh, well, he says you can pick the big, big ones.

  • Looks like that she doesn't just see husband up on this show up.

  • It's bigger than your face.

  • I'm so excited.

  • I haven't had fresh picked vegetables since Australia.

  • Always good to see the market.

  • Yeah, that's your lot eyes like from Okinawa.

  • Andi, Son, he's saying that the normal ones that they usually produced in Japan they cut the small because if they get too big, then they get a hard on, and it's not.

  • Not good, but these ones, because it's a different type.

  • It's okay, even.

  • Okay.

  • Even though everyone said good.

  • Wow, once biggest.

  • Well, good.

  • Hi, I'm Mike.

  • It's good eggplants going here.

  • And tomatoes.

  • He's got sweet potato over there and okra and, uh, Pieman.

  • Capsicum.

  • What?

  • What do you call P month Peppers.

  • Like tiny ones and no pesticides.

  • This is all pesticide free and organic.

  • Isn't that just amazing?

  • And he doesn't even use like, fertilizer from shops.

  • He just make sure that he uses leftover vegetables and all the cuttings from everything and just lets it decomposed by itself.

  • It's a little small.

  • Usually they're supposed to plant it earlier, but he wanted to try like, yeah, way other people.

  • They just laughed at him.

  • Yeah.

  • No, it's not.

  • It doesn't.

  • Doesn't matter.

  • You gotta try 30 for taking you to like the place.

  • I love that.

  • I love that so much cycle.

  • I really respect how he cares for his plants and how uses natural ways.

  • Way e uh, he was so nice.

  • It was so cool.

  • Hey, guys.

  • Sorry for the wait.

  • Alighting I'm standing underneath a light in a hallway.

  • We just got back from, uh, farm back in.

  • Had a drink.

  • Now back it, tubby office and the girls are just sorting some stuff out.

  • And then we're going up to see she together because we get along quite well.

  • But I was actually so much fun, huh?

  • Really, really awesome experience.

  • It was actually, like, totally my cup of tea.

  • I appreciate all the tools out there that show foreigners around, like help with hotels and technical through the gift chills.

  • But this this experience was a whole different.

  • And this thing's company originally started because they wanted to show that the Japanese people who live in the city what it's like to you know what follow work in places that they don't normally see.

  • You're like just live a different life to what?

  • Lately, it's not very touristy.

  • It's just a genuine experience that gives your connections and helps you connect with another person and learn about their life.

  • So I really enjoyed it.

  • I had a great time.

  • I'll be a link to a website down below so you can go check him out.

  • Uh, I'm not sure that actual prices I think the price is differ depending on what you do, because it's so many different ones.

  • But you go check it out and see if it's the company that you would want a day.

  • But yeah, thanks so much watching guys.

  • If you do this with you, please give it a thumbs up, like coming down below.

  • And it that's describe it.

  • But you hear that subscribe button if you want to see more videos like this long or about my tiny apartment or life in Japan or anything like that kind of stuff.

  • All right, guys, Thanks for watching.

  • We'll see you in the next video.

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