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  • Next is Eifukuchō Station.

  • Meidaimae Station

  • We just ran unlike that episode of Eat Your Sushi where we're like:

  • "Take our time. Someone's got a cane."

  • Not anymore. We learned our lesson. -NO.

  • RUN FOR IT.

  • See? We got the last one.

  • Wow, you're so pretty.

  • Oh.

  • I can't believe we're going on a date with you tonight, hottie.

  • Oh, tonight we're going on a date.

  • Once we get things relocated~ -Ooooh

  • Let's align our bodies before we align our bodies.

  • ???

  • It was so good, I couldn't even be mad about it.

  • Good job!

  • Now that we rushed without any explanation,

  • So, we're going to physiotherapy.

  • I go once a week to physio.

  • Simon has been coming depending on his injury state, which is almost always.

  • Because you lift huge things above your head and then put them down again, and then you pick them up again

  • And then you put them down.

  • We're currently at Coffee Elementary School, which we really wanted to include in our favorite coffee shops in Tokyo video.

  • But, we just can't cover all of them.

  • So we'll have to do a part 2 one day.

  • This is my giant sack of stamp cards because

  • Japan's like that.

  • Beep beep beep.

  • We get a free coffee today if we want to~

  • Whoo!

  • We can hold off and not get a free coffee~

  • Free coffee let's go.

  • I leave the choice up to you, sir.

  • Free coffee.

  • Dozo.

  • So, I'm gonna go forrrrr

  • What do you want? Cold brew.

  • I always have the cold brew.

  • And the special Carbonara Toast.

  • Very nice. -Ok.

  • I think I'm gonna do the..

  • What do you want?

  • I'm gonna get Coffee of The Day.

  • So when you go into this place,

  • at the back they have a gallery.

  • And, they keep on changing the installations.

  • And downstairs, they have

  • The BEST toilet I have ever had the honor to sh*t in.

  • Oh yeah, boi.

  • Open for me.

  • I didn't even push anything. You see the Ultra--

  • Mmm-hmm.

  • Let me lock the door.

  • This is just between us now.

  • Sorry for the quality camera change.

  • I realized it might be weird if I walked downstairs with the DSLR.

  • Nobody looks twice if you bring in a phone.

  • Wonder if they can hear me talking from down here.

  • Very self-conscious when I sh*t in public.

  • But not for this place.

  • This right here, is the toilet of my dreams.

  • Give me a few minutes. I'll be right back.

  • That was a bit of a challenging segment to film.

  • Was it?

  • More so because,

  • I realized when I left the toilet, there was a guy waiting there.

  • and he must have heard me talking in there

  • To yourself?

  • Not to myself.

  • To you, the viewer.

  • Oh, of course.

  • I just don't think he understood what was happening.

  • So, I, when he comes back upstairs, just tell me I'm gonna hide in the bushes. Alright?

  • Yeahhhh, you know,

  • Some things we do in our career are rather questionable.

  • The Nutcracker Suite, Op. 71a: VIII. Waltz of the Flowers.

  • I give it two thumbs up!

  • Oh, there he is.

  • Just joking.

  • Haaa.

  • Oh, he's out now.

  • Do you want to jump in the bushes?

  • Okay, we're gonna play a round of charades.

  • Everybody at home can play along as well because we all need to start practicing for all

  • The times that Simon films and we constantly forget to mic up.

  • *Martina mouths you cannot hear me*

  • Since we're getting older, it's really only gonna get worse.

  • I think we should all kind of work on our charade skills so we can practice without microphones already. Okay?

  • Movie. ?

  • Seven words.

  • First word.

  • Itchy neck.

  • Itchy.

  • Hairy.

  • And

  • the Prisoner of Azkaban?

  • Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone

  • Word number five.

  • Goblet.

  • Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.

  • Yes, you're so smart!

  • You got it girl. - Good job everyone!

  • Thanks for not making me do the second part of Harry's name on camera.

  • It kind of reminds me of, um, Quakers Oat Bars.

  • -Yeah. - They had these little dried up marshmallows and the dried up marshmallows were like the part that you wanted to eat the most.

  • Boy that's healthy.

  • ???

  • Ah, the dippin' cookie.

  • A cookie for dippin'.

  • It's also a sippin cookie, so you sip your coffee over the cookie it helps to soften it.

  • It's one of those cookies.

  • Tastes so healthy, I have to tell you, I don't think they even used a sugar in it

  • They bounded together with some kind of rice flour voodoo magic because there are definitely no--

  • No eggs in here.

  • No milk.

  • Ready? ✈️ -I think it's just made from the sweat of yoga masters.

  • Simon, I'd like you to enjoy a piece of my cookie.

  • Of course, girl.

  • Straight to the mouth, please.

  • This looks like it's gonna be a great cookie.

  • Doesn't it?

  • I mean, I don't even know if you can bite into it because it might crumble.

  • Oh, he went to the whole piece.

  • That was a really dumb thing to do.

  • I'll be honest with you.

  • Here's my coffee for softening.

  • But there's Simon trying to chew it on his own.

  • The flavors are right.

  • The texture is just a little dry.

  • Too healthy right?

  • But those white chocolate chips-- - Were really nice

  • It actually really add a good creaminess to the cookie. -Yeah.

  • Cuz it's lacking otherwise.

  • Otherwise, I actually like the cookie.

  • Wow, we have never been so on a different page, right?

  • WHAT!?

  • This cookie is actually yummy.

  • *sad music*

  • It hurts to chew. -Are you trying to reverse psychology me right now?

  • No, it hurts to chew, but it's a yummy cookie and the coffee here is always lovely.

  • Well, the coffee here is DOPE ASS AMAZING DELICIOUSNESS.

  • And then spread it open here

  • AWWWWWWWWW

  • Oh yeah.

  • Look at that dripping yolk.

  • Wow.

  • *sexy food p0rn music*

  • That looks pretty great to me.

  • Mmmm.

  • Mmmm.

  • Because of the white bread and the ham size

  • It seems like a very simple kind of comforting sandwich like a ham and cheese sandwich

  • Mm-hmm.

  • But they've leveled it up with a really high-quality egg

  • Good ham and some nice Parmesan cheese on top as well.

  • So it's simple, yet added with a little bit more

  • Leave some for me~

  • Yeah, go ahead, girl.

  • Girl wait that was charades.

  • The charade was second word is no more please

  • And the first word is--

  • The second word is no more please?

  • Do you even know how to play charades? -I do.

  • We've been coming to this place for quite a while now, and I could tell you it's good

  • YUM.

  • I'm gonna eat more of your ? cookie.

  • This part of the video has been brought to you by: beautiful cherry blossom trees ???

  • "Lush Living" by Gabriel Lucas

  • "Lush Living" continues again.

  • So I mentioned that I was going to physiotherapy and then I never really talked about it again.

  • So I wanted to tell you guys a little bit about what I do in physiotherapy for EDS.

  • It was the same kind of story where people had heard of it.

  • They knew what EDS was, but they had never really encountered a patient with it before.

  • So I was their first patient and I'd like to

  • mention that I've been to just tons of physiotherapy places in my life all over Canada, Korea, and in Japan as well.

  • A couple places before I actually found this place.

  • They're much more focused on something like

  • which is difficult to explain in like a short amount of time.

  • But basically it's the idea that everything in your body is connected.

  • So if my hip hurts it may not necessarily be an injury to my hip but for example

  • It might be an injury my foot that is kind of pulling all those muscles and tendons.

  • We might have pain in one place, but that pain is actually just an indication that there's a problem in a different area.

  • So can I solve my EDS through physiotherapy?

  • Absolutely, not.

  • Since there is no cure for it since that

  • I am born this way and it's the way my body works.

  • What I can do is figure out how to maintain it.

  • I remember when we were in Korea-- remember how much I felt?

  • Yeah!

  • I fell a lot.

  • I'd be walking and my leg and my knee would just give out and I just felt like well

  • There's nothing I can do about this, but that was actually false.

  • What I've learned from going to physiotherapy, is that there are certain parts of my body that I can strengthen.

  • Your abs are really important for keeping like your core is

  • important for keeping everything in check.

  • It's gonna come out again, but I need to keep strengthening that muscle and it's not true things like lifting weights.

  • So I do a lot of training learning how to like flex these muscles and hold these muscles together.

  • Which helps keep my carriage up straight and which helps me have less injuries.

  • Don't feel discouraged.

  • If you go to physio and you find that you didn't like it or the person wasn't helping you.

  • I had to explain to my physiotherapists that bends that way because of this.

  • so as I was educating them they were educating themselves

  • And then it was like a learning circle.

  • Yeah, and if you guys have any questions about it I'll be in the comment section.

  • And I will answer them because it's my channel.

  • And I can answer comments.

  • Today, I'm wearing a button-up shirt.

  • Don't get to do that often, but tonight's date night.

  • We're going to one of our favorite spots

  • Where we're gonna have a nice dinner and drink a bunch of wine

  • And talk about our plans for the future.

  • This is a very important night for us.

  • We never skip it.

  • In fact, we were invited to go out to a very bougie event with some high-class people elsewhere

  • but we turn it down because we already plans for date night and

  • Nothing could get in the way of us having our date night

  • but I do need though is one day to make a proper suit

  • Because all these jackets that I buy off the rack

  • Never actually fit me.

  • Tucking pants in the jeans. Is that okay?

  • That's a 40 year old dad thing to do, isn't it?

  • I want you to notice how I have a few different looks.

  • I usually have the hip youtuber look

  • But today I'm going for the

  • Stressed-out-T.A.-look.

  • Now it's time for me and my ducky to go and talk about how much we love each other and what we're gonna do in the future.

  • Yay!

  • What do you think about this little flippity doo da?

  • You see? -Yeah, I think it's fun.

  • My mom got me this. -Yeah?

  • Yeah, you make a ponytail and then you stick it in it and then you pull it through and every Christmas

  • My mom finds me some

  • Strange hair contraption that I inevitably fall in love with.

  • She sent me the scrunchie towel for drying my hair

  • you know like the microfiber towel?

  • And she sent us the hand scrubbies that we love in the shower

  • exfoliation

  • Oh

  • Our taxi is en route, so I'm gonna talk to y'all at the restaurant.

  • Ducky, do you know what's happening right now?

  • What's happening girl

  • The whole team is having a little powwow.

  • Chefs that love their restaurant meet with everybody and go over what's on the menu.

  • Everybody has that little prep moment. Where they are talking about different stations.

  • Right.

  • because it's a well-oiled machine

  • You know

  • They will actually watch us to see how far we've eaten

  • before they bring out the next wine. Before they bring out the next foods and if it's like timed.

  • I think that's just a really careful and caring kind of detail.

  • I agree.

  • One of the reasons we like coming to this place is a very convoluted answer but I

  • Really want to make as rich of a bank of memories as possible

  • And I find<