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  • Hey guys!! Sooo today

  • I'm going to show you what kind of Japanese souvenirs are good to bring to other countries

  • I'll be going

  • back to Canada really soon

  • So I bought a bunch of souvenirs

  • for my family :)

  • Most of the things I bought

  • aren't sold in Canada at all

  • First of all

  • THIS

  • "Koro-koro" Well that's what I call it... wonder what the real name is...

  • Ah, "Carpet Cleaner"

  • We don't have these in Canada!!

  • But we should, 'cause they're AWESOME

  • My family

  • uses these on their clothes

  • We have 4 cats... sooo... yah cat hair city.

  • So these are really great for getting rid of that!!

  • My Mom is always happy when I give her these

  • When I go back home

  • I always bring these.. annnnd

  • spare rolls

  • One for my gramma too :)

  • Japanese people might think that these are everywhere, but again

  • we don't have these in Canada!! :(

  • "Hokkairo"

  • WHY DON'T WE HAVE THESE

  • These...

  • are really cool. The first time I saw them I was really amazed haha

  • I know it's hard to believe but yes, we actually don't have these

  • in Canada

  • Even though it's freezing cold

  • ...still don't have them.

  • My Dad rides a motorbike

  • So I thought if he had these in his pockets

  • it would help him stay warm :)

  • My friend reccommended these

  • You stick them on your legs

  • And they relax your muscles

  • Or your shoulders

  • Probably work there too.

  • Looks like something my Dad might like

  • Sooo I thought I'd try them.

  • "Perfect Gel" from the maker "Hada Rabo"

  • "Gell" LOL in English we say "gel" but it's "gell" in Japanese...

  • Interesting...

  • I like this company "Hada Rabo" quite a bit

  • I use their face lotion

  • So I thought the gel might be nice for my Mom and Gramma

  • So I got 2 of these :)

  • Japanese

  • face creams

  • and lotions are really nice.

  • We don't use "keshousui" (face water/lotion... don't know what to call it LOL) in Canada. After washing our face

  • We usually just put on some cream

  • and that's it!

  • We don't have "keshousui" or anything like that

  • Japanese beauty products are all really nice, so

  • thought I'd

  • get these for my family :)

  • "Hada Rabo" "Perfect Gel"

  • Oh these looked interesting!! They are straws.

  • If you put them in milk

  • there's like chocolate flavouring inside the straw

  • so it becomes chocolate milk

  • when you drink through it :D

  • or... something like that... maybe... Well anyways I'd never seen them before

  • So

  • thought my sister might think they are cool

  • Next we have...

  • A present for my Grampa

  • "Fuyu no Fukura ...." uhhh can't read that kanji.

  • Hrmm wonder what it says.

  • something-ke?

  • I better get back on kanji-studying lol

  • We have these in Canada, but for some reason the Japanese ones

  • look higher quality...

  • So I got this :)

  • And the shirt

  • version too

  • For my Dad, when he rides his bike

  • Got these cute pajamas for my friend :)

  • They're so cuuute

  • Pajamas in Canada are so ugly lol

  • Thouguht these were super cute

  • and would really suit my friend

  • so I got 'em :) Oooo my favourite thing

  • that I bought issss

  • Oh god, this is heavy.

  • How the hell am I gonna bring this to Canada lol

  • Here it is!

  • Tolton Neo

  • massage machine

  • Soo you put this

  • around your shoulders

  • like this

  • and it massages you

  • like this!

  • I tried it out

  • at the store and it was amazing

  • I love it.

  • When I get back from Canada I think

  • I'll buy my own, haha

  • I really

  • reccommend this! I bought this at "Donkihote"

  • It was pretty cheap! On sale now

  • for about 5000 yen. (45 bucks?)

  • Tolton Neo - Massage machine

  • Japan has TONS of massage machines

  • We don't have any in Canada (T_T)

  • We have massage chairs

  • But they're really expensive

  • So no one can really afford to buy them.

  • So yeah

  • It's really cool that I found these for 5000 yen!

  • So I bought 2. Pink

  • and

  • Beige. I wanted another pink one but they ran out :(

  • Pretty heavy though...

  • kinda worried if they'll be ok in my luggage, lol

  • Got this beer keychain for my Dad

  • He makes beer

  • at home in Canada.

  • Grows hops in the garden

  • himself and makes beer from them :)

  • So thought he might like this

  • Isn't it cute?

  • Looks like a real beer

  • Japan has tonnnnns

  • of cute keychains!! Hard to find

  • in Canada :(

  • But recently

  • You may be able to find some now because there are some Japanese ones

  • for sale

  • But like 2 years ago you would never see any cute keychains

  • like they have in Japan

  • Japanese stuffed animals are also AWESOME

  • Super cute ones like these

  • you can't find in Canada

  • OH yah

  • If you have

  • any friends that love

  • anime...

  • Anime character stuffed animals

  • like Chopper, would make

  • great presents!!

  • They are realllly hard to find in Canada.

  • Sometimes you can find them

  • But they are ridiculously expensive

  • Because they are rare I guess.

  • So yeah, anime goods make great presents :)

  • Chopper, Pokemon etc...

  • Japanese anime

  • is really popular in Canada, but you can't really find any goods for sale

  • So yeah,

  • great presents :)

  • Got these

  • little pokemon figures

  • about... 100 of them.

  • at the second-hand store! Gonna give them to my sister.

  • ...want to keep them... so bad...

  • But I'll resist and give them to her.

  • Also, things like Japanese tea

  • Or snacks

  • Like chocolate

  • or cute snacks, like those panda-face cookies

  • or interesting flavored Pocky

  • Chocolate and Strawberry flavour

  • 大体

  • are basically sold everywhere I think. But the rare flavours aren't!

  • So strange flavoured Pocky also makes a great gift I think.

  • Also fashion accessories

  • like these fake glasses

  • or bags

  • leopard print

  • studs

  • These things are easy to find in Japan, but...

  • not so easy to find overseas. Well... in Canada anyways.

  • Got this one for my friend :)

  • Japan has so many cute bags

  • and clothes

  • for pretty

  • reasonable prices

  • So that's another idea for a gift :)

  • Well those are most of the things I will be bringing back to Canada

  • For my Japanese viewers, what gifts do you bring when you travel overseas?

  • Please let me know! I still have some time

  • So if you give me some good ideas

  • I can still buy those for my family :)

  • For my foreign viewers,

  • Anyone who isn't living in Japan:

  • If you could get something from Japan, what would you like?

  • Please let me know ;) Thanks for watching guys!!

  • Guess my next video will be from Canada? :) Well hope you'll look forward to it! See you guys soon

Hey guys!! Sooo today

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/03/24
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