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  • 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?