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  • What do you think makes this good street food?

  • Cause I can just like walk around like doop doop.

  • Mm, mm.

  • Hello!

  • Do you know what you're doing here today?

  • We're doing Kids Try, Right?

  • We're having Street Foods...

  • No!

  • Don't tell me.

  • You don't wanna know?

  • Yeah, that's how I roll.

  • (Kare Pan.)

  • What?

  • Is it a deep-fried potato?

  • That's curry.

  • This is Japanese curry, wrapped in dough and deep fried.

  • The bread's really good.

  • It's like soft but also crunchy at the same time.

  • The thing I don't really like about it how the curry's sort of a little bit spicy.

  • But the bread's really delicious.

  • This is messy.

  • But if you eat something messy on the street, the crumbs just go on the street, it's not your problem.

  • (Yakisoba Pan.)

  • Is this some sort of noodle hot dog?

  • Noodle dog.

  • Noodle dog?

  • That's what I'm calling it.

  • What do you see?

  • A hot dog, but with spaghetti inside it, with these little pink things and some noodle on it.

  • Is that ginger?

  • Mmm!

  • Like it?

  • Mmm! Mmm!

  • You ever had "yakisoba" before?

  • I love "yakisoba."

  • What do you think makes this a good street food?

  • It's hard to get like a salad on the go, but just grab a hot dog and get outta there.

  • Like this?

  • Cause I can just like walk around like, doop, doop.

  • Mmm, mmm, mmm, mmm.

  • (Yakiimo.)

  • Go ahead and open your eyes.

  • Ooh, it's wrapped in newspaper.

  • That's fancy.

  • It's newspaper.

  • Whoa, it's warm, is it a burrito?

  • Is this a yam?

  • It's a sweet potato.

  • What is this?

  • Wow!

  • Tastes like a giant fig.

  • So, what you're eating is called a "yakiimo."

  • These vendors drive these like little trucks, kind of like an ice cream truck.

  • But instead of ice cream, you get potatoes.

  • That's cool.

  • This is fun!

  • Get my food, I'm going to read the article.

  • Come to papa.

  • This looks really messy.

  • Mmm, I like it.

  • Is this mochi?

  • I think mochi.

  • It's very similar.

  • It still doesn't really top off the noodle dog, cause the noodle dog was high quality.

  • High quality food there.

  • Why do you think they have many street foods in Japan?

  • I've noticed that in Japan, like in pictures, there's always like really busy streets.

  • I'm like, if there's that many people, they don't have time to actually sit in a real restaurant and like wait.

  • And with street food, boom.

  • (Taiyaki.)

  • Huh, what's this?

  • It's a waffle fish.

  • So, how am I gonna open it?

  • I wanna rip off the head, but...

  • Do it.

  • Is this chocolate?

  • Mmm, so good.

  • It's sweet and it's really good flavor, but it's not too sweet.

  • Why are all these so fun to squish?

  • Very squishy selection today.

  • This is a puzzle.

  • See, this goes right here, and his blood goes in here.

  • Man, that would be nice, living in Japan with all these street foods.

  • Why did the fish not have any friends?

  • I don't know, why?

  • Because it was shell-fish.

  • Aww!

  • Bye!

  • Thanks for watching!

What do you think makes this good street food?

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    Seina posted on 2020/06/29
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