Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles Hello everybody. Welcome to Tokyo Creative Play. I'm your host, Emma and today I'm here with Nowitzki, Ian and Pete wow. And today we're gonna find out, who knows Japan better. We're gonna be split into two different teams with Nowitzki, you guys are together? Do we have a team name? Yeah, we team there. Rosie from, from, from Easy, Easy, easy, easy, easy. Osborne. It's perfect. Crazy Subway train. I'm so nervous for this. So this is a japanese quiz. Yes. And you have a japanese person on your That's kind of unfair. I'm sure we'll have communication issues. It'll be fine. Okay, not ski, can you give us a team name? I think Liz um, disco, I'm sure. All right. Let the carnage begin. All right, come on baby. What is the speed of the new Tony Xin concert you can go from Uh huh Oh no, 303 120 I reckon. Hey, 3 to 1 show. Oh, okay, okay, Okay. I'm telling you right now. Okay. Ian says 300 kilometers per hour because well there are different types of skin cancer. I don't know which one, the one we said was for me. No one is the fastest one I think and I know to get from Tokyo to Nagoya takes, it's about 600 kilometers away because I rode there once on a scooter and I'll never do that again. And that takes about two hours on the shinkansen. So yeah, I think about 300. So why did you originally write? I wrote specifically 198. But I cut that, that was my initial feeling. I knew that was wrong. Well, originally the guest was 3020 while to get there. But with 20 I think Honda motor there is 300 km/h. All right. That's what we thought. That weird knowledge of you rode a bike to go. Yeah, scooter. Yeah. Thank you. Way to go. Rhythm discuss questions. All right. How many characters make up the hero gonna script? Can I ask a follow up question? Are you adding? Okay? Yeah, you can. We're counting like the descendants of those different characters. I don't think. You know so you can yeah, you mean like yeah, yeah that's two different characters. Really. Really? You could have like, Oh good .54321. Let's go. I'm going with you know we were in the middle going, what do you have? 48? I said 35. Originally he said 93 93. I was like yeah three. I thought 35 but I think I was missing about 13. That's the correct answer. Is 46. That's because I both get a point point. Oh cocky kucuk. So 5 10 15 2025 30 35 40 45 total busting 46 46. It's 46. Of course. Well we did it, everybody, we know Japan. Yeah people. All right. We're losing. That's whoa. I'm gonna try harder. I thought I wouldn't have to try three. What do these four things have in common? Tofu soy sauce miso And the obvious answer is that's a long time And show your hands please. We got we got 14 answers. You know, I think Ian go ahead and tell me what you said. What are you guys got? Go ahead. This means we got all from soy burn. So all vegan you are both correct. Good job. Thank you. It's like it's the common thing. So hey, that was my answer. Okay. Hi next. I'm ready. I'm moving up. I feel by we're winning question number four. Yeah. Which train station does this melody play at? You need to list the line and straight Stationing good. Yeah. Okay. Like everyone. Is it not every state, it's one of two. It's one of 100 time's running out high. So that there are, I think, I think this is wrong. Are we only writing one? Okay. You said she'd be isIS. I thought it was. I feel like it's every station on the um, you know, there's a lot of them. Yes. We oh, he's in Tokyo. He said, I don't think it's Tokyo Tokyo station. What's your final answer? Your mama Sunshine finalists. You at one point was a line. Two points for Emma because it's okay. I think you misspelled it. That says like, I think she thought she named the little brother of Mount fuji. So this mountain is referred to as Mount fuji's little brother, Not necessarily the smallest after fuji but they look similar in resemblance in Japan. There are several mountains that are called like the many like the Toyota Fuji or the non refugee or the pain. Yeah. Yeah. If you ride the Prefecture point, I don't know the answer, but I'm just letting them ask you. Does think I'm five answers. We wrote three. Okay, that's Kagoshima. And then very quickly the answer to your place. Sure that it was the place. I wrote down some candy that I knew which was Yamagata. But I just because of the candy. I know. And then we have Mount. That was my first guess. Not joking. That's just a cuda Jima is our final answer, correct answer is Mount your day in Mexico. Where? And when was the first convenience store to open in Japan. So when where? And which chain convenience store? Okay. You don't have to say when but big boat you get two bonus points today. When the mask is really good. It sounded like he knows what he's talking about. So there are potentially three points up for grabs here. Chain and area. Okay. Yeah. Chain area. All right. 321. Yeah. Oh ship were very close. We should 7 11 games in 85 85. He said he was nine. Wait, what the hell were so close. You said it was 1950s. I said 59. You're very close. You didn't have to say suburb. You could say city. So you both are correct. It was Tokyo. It was 7.11. 1 point it was 1969. I think I wrote 69. Oh man. I had 60s in there because you made me change it. But you guys get to higher. Yeah. 11. Alright. Sarah. I'm ready for the next challenging questions and I feel really good. About seven. How many convenience stores exist in Japan? A 10,000 B. 55,000 C. 92,000 and D. 200,000. I don't like her wandering eyes looking at our board and I think you should go with your heart discover that. All right. All right. We're ready and we're gonna we want the bone. We're gonna score. Okay. Alright. Bonus points for writing the names of all the time you start. 321 go. Well, we family 7 11 lawson. And where's your son? I didn't have your 1999. I thought it was 92 but we elected for 50. But Ian's initial thought was the 220. Oh that wasn't an option. Well his feeling was that 50. Oh I thought it was 50 and he said no, I thought 92. I'm basing this on the knowledge to it's difficult. That's what I thought. Yeah, the answer. Okay. Yeah, I caught it. Okay. So yeah. Good job. Okay. I base this on the knowledge that there are 30,000 starbucks in the world. I don't know how to help. The next one is a speed, right? Speed, right? As opposed to a different kind of race to list as many comedians as you can see the comedian. Four, three way. We can't write that way a little bit more way to tell you one more thing way before the problem was that's not writing in english way. Let me, yeah, yeah, I think I have to stop him. I think we should tie on this one because I think that it's given time we can both name a fair amount. Why not complete how many we know who you think? Okay, how about this? How about this? Some of this family march Sammy marks. We uh, we got sex. Thanks the same. Okay, no thanks. It's a natural awesome, awesome. How about this? We're all friends here. How about a tie a tie. Please tell us what this column aji means and what its name is. Can you translate kamaji? I don't even know how I know the feeling what the name of the name of it is acceptable in either japanese or english synonyms or whatever will be accepted as well. Fun fact, if you write the japanese word out, you can write this column orgy with, I don't think hunger is his name was dunga. Five seconds. Yeah, I got the name already. 3 to 1. Show your answer I trust. Why are you breaking the same. All right. You guys show the answers here. Well, old hunger. If you do the things you get half a point? Hey everyone else to make them? I think groups. Yeah. So I thought it was wow or wow, it's Ubu. Now we have kuma wow wow wow wow wow. Classic japanese mean. Well there, so the answer is japanese and there's no way I would have known that the meeting is down hard in this kind of like sad, which was the face. I've been making the whole quiz. Question 10. Yeah. You still have a chance to win. Let's hear it. I'm ready. Okay. Worth everything. Okay, what does this emoji mean? Emojis. This is, this is the worst japanese quiz I've ever had. Emojis. To your information are japanese and they've been adopted around the entire world. So many emojis have a japanese origin or meaning and they are interpreted differently for foreigners Westerners and the light. However this even though it's not commonly used by westerners is in all of our phones. I've never seen that before in my life. Okay. One hint This is used in schools. Oh, can I talk when I was writing before?