Placeholder Image

Subtitles section Play video

  • she putting way are in a way.

  • Yes, and we're gonna go to a Thursday stores.

  • We plan that eso al Mahdi is just slightly different from Tokyo in terms of grocery stores.

  • So Charlotte is gonna be our guide for the day.

  • Have you ever been to an Al Mahdi supermarket?

  • What do you think the big difference is gonna be?

  • Expect there to be lots of apple themed foods and alcohol.

  • It's actually those grapes.

  • Look at how big that grape is.

  • Thes air actually really affordable.

  • If I compare this with the price of grapes and Morioka City where I live thes air $13 that might seem like ah lot.

  • But in Morioka, those were probably at least 20.

  • I really like how they show you a picture of the family who grew them.

  • It was so nice.

  • And price wise.

  • It's not bad because like, that's how much one apple will cost you in Tokyo.

  • Definitely cheaper.

  • Look, all the apple juice lovely apple juice is good for your healthy life.

  • Not a live dragon.

  • Fruits.

  • Wow!

  • Have you ever had dragon fruit?

  • Never.

  • I think I thought it like cut up in a fruit solid Japan.

  • Maybe a little bit, But those in Maureen Okay, They're so cute.

  • E request.

  • Can we look at the toilet paper section?

  • Yeah.

  • Why?

  • When we get there?

  • I'm intrigued.

  • Confused.

  • Scared all of these things.

  • Toilet paper must be around here somewhere.

  • Oh, no.

  • I was hoping they would have lots of the character toilet paper.

  • Sometimes when you go to certain drug stores, they have, like, eight different kinds of like, Hello, Kitty.

  • What?

  • I'm on Pokemon on.

  • They'll have different scents and patterns, and they're so cute.

  • But they just seem to have some regular toilet paper here.

  • That's too bad.

  • They do have cat and dog toilet paper, which I've never seen before.

  • Charlotte, you remember that beach that were at the other day with the guy in the seaweed picking the seaweed?

  • Yeah, I found were a seaweed is that could honestly be his seaweed, right?

  • Yeah, I was wondering so I was like, that Looks like the exact things you find in the grocery store like this could very well be his.

  • That's exactly what he had just drying on the beach.

  • Yeah, The other thing.

  • I noticed a lot about Northern Japan like Al Mahdi, is they have a lot of Hokkaido specific stuff.

  • Yeah, that's true.

  • Even in Morioka, where I am were pretty north, but you won't see so many Hokkaido specific products.

  • So even the ramen we had today was originally from Hokkaido.

  • Yeah, I have questions.

  • What is fruit sauce like on pancakes?

  • Or like, a hockey Bori or?

  • Yeah, just like in deserts e.

  • I've never seen this in my supermarket.

  • I'm jealous.

  • They have it here.

  • This is an entire part of human culture.

  • I'm unaware of Mango Watabe.

  • Moochie.

  • How would you describe what the monkey like?

  • A Really?

  • It's like a Jell O with maybe a bit of a thicker texture.

  • Okay, here's a weird question for you.

  • Have you ever purchased condensed milk in Japan?

  • Yeah, really Believe it with strawberries.

  • Okay.

  • I thought I was fancy.

  • I used to cook fudge because you can't get fudge in Japan.

  • I most definitely found my favorite I'll.

  • It's always the best I'll have you ever had this?

  • It is so good and so bad at the same time.

  • I brought this back for my little brothers and sisters in Canada last year on what they think of it.

  • I don't remember.

  • I think they liked it.

  • I like it.

  • I've never seen this before.

  • It's a mini ice cream shop.

  • Make me ice cream cones.

  • That's cute.

  • Remember in the nineties when making your own things like creepy crawlies and easy bake and everything Oh my God, please, God, he's to make a video loco.

  • Moco Moco.

  • It's a foaming toilet she's putting, but putting in toilet candy like custard cake that just actually, this itself just looks really good.

  • Apple pie cop and a lot of supermarkets in Japan will actually have like, their own discount snack section is Well, yeah, kind of like a no name brand.

  • These are all 92 young, each like a dollar a week.

  • And this is generally what the cereal aisle of the Japanese supermarket looks like.

  • Obviously, not as many options as you're going to get in North America.

  • A lot of healthy and granola options, much granola.

  • Half of it is dedicated granola A wow, That's rare.

  • Yeah, kinds.

  • Thats a chocolate drink.

  • There's so many drinks here I've never seen before.

  • Speaking of drinks, they've probably got all Maury.

  • This'd is like the apple juice of Al Mahdi right here.

  • They all have Niigata on the front from Yeah, it's just a case of these on the guy who's on the front here is afloat from Al Murray's nephew, Tomatoes City, which is like their biggest festival out in this area.

  • This entire aisle is just Japanese Semb crackers, dried squid and nuts cheese.

  • More Hokkaido stuff there, and you notice how Japan has fallen in love with sour cream and onion lately.

  • Video complain that they never have.

  • It s so now there's sour cream and onion everywhere, finally catching on that it's the best room, arguable a fairly wide range of drink options, and we'll take a peek at the Prepped Foods area before we do a bit of a hull.

  • They've got a really big bakery.

  • Look at this little these freshly made bread.

  • What's that putting me on?

  • Wow.

  • Yeah, that Z Sweet Bean.

  • Japan actually has a really big love for bakeries.

  • There's a lot of different bakeries and breads in Japan like this here, E.

  • As you put it in the toaster and melted E guess like radio.

  • It was an entire range of pre cooked yaks.

  • Toady, Over here.

  • Here we have sweet potatoes warming up on rocks, fried foods and a whole range of bentos over here is Well, there's no way should What is algae dio wheatgrass drink.

  • Okay, Yeah, that's just healthy E.

  • I like it.

  • I'm addicted to the taste.

  • Kind of tastes like grass on algae.

  • Those both sound like fantastic things, but in a way brings back those childhood memories of eating grass and algae.

  • This here is four leaders of selected Japan whiskey, and it's like roughly $30 in Canada.

  • Even a bottle of this size of whiskey is gonna run you about $40.

  • $7 Here.

  • It's always blown me away.

  • How cheap alcohol is here.

  • Not just whisky.

  • All of it is a lot cheaper.

  • It's the lack of tax on it.

  • I should grab a basket and some snacks as well to a little bit of a hall.

  • Going to try some of these kit cats.

  • Thank you.

  • E Got to do the pudding.

  • Right?

  • And the toilet.

  • All right.

  • So how many cases do you think was she?

  • Get 56 eyes it that heavy.

  • Okay.

  • Okay.

  • E, I've had these before so I'm gonna get them for Victor.

  • And this and impulse items at the cash register arranged from salmon kids stuff all the way to hangover cures.

  • First they bring you through over here, and then you use a little machine to pay here.

  • I've actually never seen that.

  • Do they have that in Morioka?

  • I've been doing one e.

  • Okay.

  • Every hour, I pretty much just got snacks way Victor is resting in the car.

  • He's been very, very tired on this road trip.

  • Let's wake him up and see if some apple juice will cheer him up.

  • E want to see what you think?

  • Okay.

  • You don't like secretly tried this before, have you?

  • I've tried.

  • This is good.

  • I've never tried it there.

  • Good.

  • Okay, Cheers.

  • Cheers.

  • Cheers.

  • Oh, wow.

  • That is really sweet.

  • It is very sweet.

  • This is nice.

  • Very lightly sweet.

  • Well, that one.

  • Yeah, that one's a little more gentle.

  • There's no sugar in it.

  • It's just apple juice.

  • Mm.

  • Well, they must use some sweet apples.

  • It's nice thing supermarket tour is actually the end of our four day road trip.

  • All the way from Morioka upto.

  • What I'm gonna do is I'm gonna link a playlist up above that has all of both of our videos in the playlist.

  • Thank you guys.

  • So much for joining.

  • And I'll see you again real soon.

  • Peace building awkwardly.

she putting way are in a way.

Subtitles and vocabulary

Operation of videos Adjust the video here to display the subtitles

B1 toilet apple juice morioka apple toilet paper supermarket

Inside a Northern Japanese Supermarket - This is Not Tokyo...

  • 14 1
    林宜悉 posted on 2020/11/15
Video vocabulary