Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles Good morning! Nagashima - Day 2. Today I woke up to this beautiful morning in Kyushu! Today we're visiting some of the local people learning first-hand what it's like to live and work here in the town of Nagashima. Which I'm especially happy about because we might get to learn some of the local Japanese dialect here. I mean, you guys know how much I like learning languages :P. Check out this VIEW! But, just a quick shout out for all of my fellow language lovers out there if you are looking for a native teacher of Japanese it doesn't have to be a local dialect like this one but if you're learning another language, check out the link beneath this video there you can get a free custom lesson with the native teacher of your choice and get started on that too. But, before we get to all of that learning it's best if we start out with a big, hearty breakfast! Today's breakfast is traditional Japanese style! Amazing! I can't to try it... Ohmygawddd. I've never actually... this is my first ever natto (fermented soy beans)! I'll add some mustard, too. Ok, mix it REALLLYYY good. Here we go!! It's even gooey-er and stickier than I thought! Yeah, it just get's gooey-er. Omg the smell @[email protected] Actually, i hate slimey foods... Oh well, too bad! I'll try to make it like a sushi handroll... Adding it on top! I DON"T LIKE IT. What the?!? It's..b..bitter? Is that normal? Well, actually it kind of tastes like beer. It tastes like BEER?! Yeah, like beer-ish... like the hoppy part? That's the first time I've ever heard that. Well, well well. That was interesting! I'll just have to try it again another time! That was great! One thing I noticed about the food here a lot of the soy-based products like soy sauce and miso everything's a little sweeter here and i REALLY like that. We're going to go meet some more people today... To start things off we're heading down to the fishermen's wharf because there's supposed to be an early morning auction. So what we saw right now was an auction. As they're going through the catch of the day the auctioneer was saying which prices, for which fish...like INSTANTLY. It's really fast, did you catch it? They use a special lingo that only they know to keep other's from understanding what they say. So that they can't hear the prices, too. Only the guys in the auction know what he's saying. It's just our luck we're trying to film a documentary and Pokemon Go just released. What kind of crazy pokemon might be out here?! I want to catch them but I have to work! Don't worry, I'll catch them all! We saw how they sell this fish, now we'll see how they take care of the fish (fish farming). I'm waiting for that... There's a pikachu! Somewhere in the ocean! An ocean pikachu! Time to learn the local dialect! Do you know what "UMAKA" means? Like "umai"...delicious? Yeah! UMA..KA... There's like an extra "M" in there. You say like, UMAKA YO! Meaning "this tastes really good!" its for Kagoshima, Nagashima and Kumamoto... In hiroshima they say "Jakke" (Casual for 'like') Here we say "MAI" DATTE (Tokyo), JAKKE (Hiroshima), MAI ... MAI. You guy's use a lot of "MA" sounds. :) Like.. how do I explain this... What's the word for "hot". NUKKA NE! I feel like I naturally understand that one. NUKKA NE! Then there's WAZZE Oh yeah, WAZZE is another one. It's like "very", like the 'very' in 'very happy' to intensify things. WAZZE UMAKA WAZZE UMAKA (It's sooooo delicious!) WAZZE UMAKA. You can say "TSUKARETA" for I'm tired, right? Here it's "DARETA YO NE". (I'm tired, yeah?) Yeah, we add "NE" (yeah?) a lot. We add "yeah" a lot, yeah? We add "yeah" a lot, yeah? In this car... there's a bulbasaur... Walking down the street and BOOM. Starter pokemon! AH! PIKACHU PIKACHU PIAKHRIEJWRIO! No, I don't want bulbasaur! Hold on, wait wait wait! I waited and got pikachu as my starter pokemon!!! Yep, haste is waste! Don't be hasty! What is this lame "haste is waste" ?! But, it's time to get back to work! There's still 2 more things we need to see in addition to its fish farms Nagashima is also a producer of "DEKOPON" which is a citrus fruit similar to an orange that's known for the little bump on top. The brand name for this in the agricultural collective is 'DEKOPON' but the actual fruit and tree is called "SHIRANUI" in Japanese. See the "deko" or bump here? That's where the name comes from. Once it's ripe one of these fruits can sell for.. like 1 fruit can be $5 or more on it's own. Uhh, these look so good! I feel like they'd go really good in a Margarita. Or.. maybe something more Japanese? Like...Shochu. :) Nagashima is also a producer of Honkaku Shochu a single distilled traditional Japanese liquor. There's a huge line up of different varieties within this shochu that you can try So everyone has a lot of fun picking their favorite. They were all pretty easy to drink and really fun to taste. So where do you like to travel in Japan? Tomorrow we're headed to a different island but in the meantime, I'd love to hear where you think I should go next. Let me know in a comment! OK, so that's all for today! I'll see in the next video!