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  • What's up you guys?

  • I'm King-chan.

  • An-chan here.

  • We have a special guest.

  • Who do we have King?

  • We have Gin-chan here today, here in Togoshi Ginza Shopping Street.

  • Gin-chan is the official mascot.

  • He represents a lot of things: health, love, romance

  • and he normally gives you a hint of what's inside the store.

  • So here he has a fish.

  • You can guess what's inside here.

  • So we're outside UOKEI.

  • They sell sashimi!

  • They do Uber Eats.

  • This is where we're starting today.

  • Time to hit the streets!

  • Let's go!

  • So we've seen a bakery called HOSHINO.

  • I'm about to break bread with my brother, man!

  • Let's do it!

  • First thing I'm trying is curry stuffed buns.

  • I love my curry.

  • I love my buns.

  • So we're getting this little bacon and egg pizza looking thing.

  • Looks delicious!

  • Yakisoba?!?!

  • So I got melon pan.

  • I even found my friend on this!

  • What's up Gin-chan?!

  • First up we have our curry-stuffed bun.

  • Smells delicious.

  • Cheers!

  • I like that buddy!

  • Me too, it's got the crunchy outside, rich curry

  • and ooey gooey inside!

  • You can taste all the vegetables inside.

  • Loving that crunchy part though.

  • I'm liking that, man!

  • So this is bacon and egg, almost like a pizza!

  • Very doughy looking.

  • Mm..

  • Cheers!

  • Giving me a sausage egg McMuffin vibe.

  • Sausage egg biscuit.

  • And the bun tastes more like a croissant.

  • Very doughy of course.

  • It would've been perfect if it had the Yakitate sign.

  • Which means freshly baked.

  • Fresh and warm.

  • I got my guy Gin-chan with us and he's presenting a nice little smile for us.

  • I got this melon bread!

  • Very popular in the Japanese culture.

  • Sweet dessert, sweet treat.

  • Mmm.

  • Tastes like a cake!

  • It's soft in the middle.

  • Crunchy on the outside, nice soft flakes on the inside.

  • Tastes like I'm biting into a cloud.

  • No stay in Japan is complete without a melon bun!

  • So we have a lot more to explore.

  • This is a street you just go down, and check the spots out.

  • Just explore Japan.

  • Ya'll know what that is!

  • True definition of streetfood.

  • Japanese streetfood at that.

  • Looks like a cool little spot right here.

  • Alright guys, we're here at the second location.

  • It's a Hokkaido speciality shop.

  • Ya'll remember the video we did on that.

  • I see caviar!

  • Fish eggs!

  • What else do they have?

  • Gyoza!

  • They have ice cream and they also have Kakuni buns!

  • Which we're about to give a try right now.

  • These are the delicious flavors of the gyoza.

  • We're going to try NIRA (garlic chive), the dark green one.

  • Let's give this a try I'm pretty excited.

  • So we have a our Kakuni Bun!

  • This one is soft all over!

  • Really creamy in the middle.

  • It's a little doughy and its a sweet kind of taste.

  • Sweet and salty a little bit.

  • I think it is cheese!

  • Definitely a win with this one!

  • Do you like gyoza?

  • Yes!

  • This gyoza doesn't need sauce.

  • Thank you!

  • Next up we have gyoza.

  • I think their favorite flavors were veggie, corn, mushroom

  • and GARLIC CHIVE.

  • Let's dive in here...

  • Oh, hot!!

  • This definitely is the garlic chive one.

  • It's not your normal sized gyoza.

  • See how stuffed that is?!

  • That's TEXAS size right there!

  • Mouth-watering!

  • Speechless.

  • What's your favorite An-chan?

  • I don't know that's a tough decision.

  • The gyoza was pretty good.

  • I definitely like that kakuni bun.

  • Definitely savory, definitely tasty!

  • Let's see what our next spot is.

  • Let's ride!

  • What a sweet lady!

  • Would you believe I'm over 85?!

  • What do you sell here?

  • Jonamagashi, mostly!

  • This is jonamagashi.

  • These were presented as tribute to the imperial family.

  • Wow, this is nice!

  • So we'e here getting wagashi.

  • What's wagashi?

  • Traditional Japanese sweets.

  • All of these wagashi are themed for the season.

  • Chrysanthymum, dried persimmon, bamboo I see an egg yolk.

  • Different, beautiful, perfect little bites!

  • Guys, this is a special sweets shop.

  • The treats have been sold to the imperial family as a tribute.

  • Shout out to the Reiwa.

  • This one is catching my eye right here.

  • The bamboo.

  • Let's try this, give it a taste.

  • Oh man, that's good!

  • Has that sweet bean taste inside.

  • Ooey gooey outside, ooey gooey inside!

  • Delicious!

  • Go ahead, give one a taste, An-chan!

  • Dun-dunnn.

  • What have we here?!

  • Mm.

  • It's pretty good.

  • The red bean middle is dancing on my tastebuds.

  • This is dried persimmon.

  • Let's give it a taste.

  • This one is ALL red bean!

  • Very tasty.

  • Gotta catch 'em all!

  • Mmm that's not red beans at all!

  • Definitely thinner.

  • That last treat was shiro-an.

  • Which is made of a white bean, which is a little thinner and more delicate

  • than a red bean.

  • I think this one is gonna be red bean.

  • Chestnut!

  • There's chestnut inside...on an open fire!

  • This one's thick!

  • Red bean middle, chestnut top!

  • Just like it sounds.

  • My personal favorite was the bamboo.

  • My favorite was the shiro-an, the white beans it was my favorite because it caught me off guard.

  • So she gave us a nice little treat.

  • So nice of her!

  • It has a breaded outside.

  • Umai!

  • So she actually gave us some treats to go.

  • So nice of her.

  • Thank you!

  • Thank YOU!

  • So we're ending today, we had a great time today here in Togoshi Ginza.

  • I'm An-chan, and I'm King-chan and we're here with Yummy Japan.

  • We definitely found something good to eat on these Japanese streets!

  • What do we have next?...

What's up you guys?

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The Best TOKYO STREETFOOD in Winter | Togoshi Ginza

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    nao posted on 2021/10/19
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