Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles Hello world. This is my sister in law. On occasion she has little parties at her house. So I asked her if she'd let me film one of them. After agreeing that I tried my best to film for good, side preparations got underway. Oh, tonight many a screen door nose Toby seek Mito border. Then technically And while I did ask her to ride her bike around for filming purposes this is, in fact, how she would chop for a party, riding a bike and hitting up several stores the day before the party. She needed to prep a couple dishes, roast beef and Odin on me for it seems I need you to go home right now. What is this? I I was implying that even though she said it would be all home made that there were some store bought items. But who am I to complain? Wait, you guys I did. You mean so? On the day of the party? I wanted to get there earlier to sharpen her knives and get some set up shots. But when I arrived, friends had as well and they were all busy preparing. So I just started shooting. No, What is he? Where you going? One of her friends happened to be a former bartender. So no. These kinds of drinks are not the normal way, homey. With a knife all settled up, There s loaded up. You look sad. I He's my mate. While everyone was enjoying the food, my sister in law was shuttling back and forth between the dining room and the kitchen, constantly preparing food. E Her other friend works part time at a sushi restaurant. So she was teaching everyone how to put together the sushi. Wait, that's all. No, I think you're supposed to be like this. Really? My name is going on. I suppose it's obvious by the image, but the house is fairly small for the kitchen and dining room. It's about 12 square meters are in square freedom units that be 130. And yes, it's very common to sit on the ground over a small table like that. After the kids ate the real sushi, they finished off the night making candy. Sushi you, as the house is in Tokyo, are generally small. I asked who they usually invite the parties. Daddy. Hey, dead. Do you feel and Yes. This is why I wanted you to see my sister in law's house party. The food seemingly never ends with them, even forgetting. Keep the Odin. Okay, But I still have to ask about dessert. Luckily, my knees Shoko had it covered. Okay? My last question was what they thought made Japanese health parties different. You know what's up? Dancing. What? Oh, hey there. Sorry. I was listening to my audible audiobook as I'm apt to do while washing dishes. Okay, that's horrible acting. But now you know why I spend most time behind the camera anyways, So thank you to audible for sponsoring this video. And they want you to sign up for a free month of membership by visiting audible dot com slash life where I'm from our texting lifeline from 2 505 100 Okay, now that that's out of the way, Honestly, promoting Audible is an easy thing for me to do. I've been a member since 2011 so I think that speaks for itself. And one of my favorite audiobooks is this one Veronica Mars, The $1000 Tan Line by Rob Thomas and Jennifer Graham Left for you by Kristen Bell tohave princess on our narrator as Veronica Mars now is fantastic, and on the nonfiction side, I've found that recent autobiographies are often narrated by the authors themselves. So, for example, Bossy Pants was narrated by Tina Fey herself. Having the authors read their own autobiographies is such a great experience, and with audible every month you'll get one credit that you can use to pick from any of their thousands of titles, plus two audible originals. So visit audible dot com slash life from from our text Life from from 2 505 100 to get Your free trial started today. Thanks for watching. See you next time. Bye. What our house parties like where you're from?