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  • Welcome back to Tokyo Creative Play.

  • I'm your host today Sarah and today I'm here with Shorty and warden.

  • We're back in kitchen jayanti today and there's a lot of awesome things to eat here.

  • We're gonna start with some morning.

  • Raymond have some dessert and coffee.

  • I want to thank our sponsor today Marks National City Urban Tourism called for letting us film today.

  • I prepared a japanese game with you guys.

  • Okay.

  • You might be wondering why we're having ramen so early in the morning, but it's actually kind of a common tradition in some parts of japan and it originated in Kakata in Fukushima and it kind of started happening in Tokyo and where we're at today at Katsuya Ramen shop and they started this kind of early roman thing during the beginning of the pandemic because they wanted to spread out the number of customers coming throughout the day.

  • It's kind of a cool thing.

  • I feel like yeah, have you guys had ramen in the morning before morning.

  • Ramen is like drunk people food.

  • So this is the first time I had morning roman silver shorty, you're not wasted.

  • It's not only for the smashed people like us, it's for the wants to be kinky from the morning.

  • Then of course the people who work until until the morning can come here to eat like a cold breakfast, but the same time for dinner for them.

  • This is I guess you are the salmon farms, you guys are familiar with the Yokohama long line.

  • I've never heard of it.

  • So this is like Brother Brother, Brother Solomon, you can enjoy everywhere in Japan because you share the recipe with the juniors and then junior started their own budget.

  • This is one of the good things, but the thing is usually spinach and notice I was curious about the spinach.

  • I don't think I've seen that because if you did the body into the soup and then I put some sugar, which is, and then I also want to put some mini cooper, which is garlic.

  • I love garlic.

  • So japanese people in the room in the morning.

  • But what about you guys?

  • And the UK?

  • Ramen is not a breakfast meal.

  • You have like toast, coffee beans perhaps in english fry up some of an english fry up.

  • But yeah, I think ramen is like kind of fancy in the UK, you gotta go to special stores to get like a good ramen in Australia.

  • We have weet bix and Weetabix.

  • No, we call it weet bix.

  • That Pokemon.

  • It's not, it's not a we no, no, it's, it's basically a dry biscuit but it's, it's really healthy.

  • And the breakfast of Champions.

  • I think it's the first time I'm eating eating breakfast and like really 2, 3 months.

  • Breakfast is not for champions.

  • Coffee is for example, look at that coffee down there.

  • Don't look at, don't look at my shame.

  • So this ramen shop has full sizes and also you can decide all of the things with your preferences.

  • For example, how the stronger the flavor you want and also the oil and also how hard you want to get her the noodles.

  • I usually get the, that was fantastic.

  • Really, really good.

  • If you too want to try to calm down, It's open from six AM to 11 PM.

  • So you have apple time this morning around the taste.

  • If you go to the next location, let's go.

  • Right now we're outside shooter Hugo's creampuff shop, which is As you can see total dolphins and we're gonna get some really cool snacks.

  • There's a huge line.

  • It's only been 10 minutes.

  • So we'll be inside soon and get our snacks and get going.

  • I have one really cool fact to tell you guys, this shop is actually run by the brother of Hyo Miyazaki and his wife.

  • Isen't that cool.

  • Alright, let's go inside.

  • Look how cute it is.

  • So much Kimberly.

  • There's a cat bath.

  • Okay.

  • Alright.

  • We're gonna have a little picnic down.

  • So look here at all are beautiful cream puffs as you can see there in the shape of sorrow from the jubilee film.

  • My neighbor totoro.

  • And we have a bunch of different flavors.

  • So here is the custard and you guys want to pick one, combine It's toast.

  • Mm hmm.

  • That's really good.

  • Mm hmm.

  • Ma so delicious.

  • I feel the cream inside is so fresh.

  • So I think the important part is that it's not that sweet, which is pretty important.

  • Like sometimes like the cream is way too sweet.

  • It's like a perfect balance of like caramel, banana little cream in there.

  • It's really good.

  • They have nine different types of cream puffs for the chocolate and the custody year round.

  • But then they also have like a bunch of varieties that are like seasonal and they often use like japanese fruit from different prefectures, which is really cool because it's really fresh.

  • And then we also got some cookies.

  • I will very quickly read off the flavors.

  • There is cinnamon, orange, purple, sweet potato, plain coffee and hazelnut, raspberry soybean flour and of course green tea.

  • Nice.

  • This is such a good venue.

  • Right?

  • That's a cute one.

  • You wanted one of these cookies.

  • Those are, those are, it's very much like a shortbread.

  • It's good.

  • Like I feel like in the UK and Australia, this is quite common now.

  • I need a cup of tea.

  • That would be really good.

  • Very good.

  • We should get like a little mask.

  • We're going to come back here for Sakura.

  • It's decided.

  • These are very good.

  • I like it's such a fun shop.

  • If you're a jubilee fan highly recommend it.

  • It's like a Dream come true.

  • Being able to eat like the really cute themed food and it tastes good.

  • It's not like it just looks cute important.

  • Even if you're not a fan, I love jubilee.

  • Never been taught at all.

  • But I demolished this cream puff.

  • It was so good.

  • I would eat another.

  • I'm looking at this and I'm like Next.

  • We are going to play with Syria and Jordan now, but there are 46 cars.

  • But today we got just five, these five cards of the places we visited actually.

  • And then here is the description and then here's the letter.

  • So I said this or not, you need to find the card or meat and then you need to do the more you can get the cards is the winner basically.

  • But good thing about this card is the local people or the people who loved the kitty Jody style earlier came up the those descriptions so it's quite unique and very fun and then it's quite relatable and let's start the game.

  • So as I said in the intro, we are going to play some japanese game.

  • Each description is about the kitty georgie east side earlier.

  • You guys have been exploring there.

  • So you guys should be familiar with those things.

  • You think about this culture is usually in Tarragona.

  • So if you're a beginner of the japanese and you're learning Tarragona, it's going to be fun.

  • What rules get good this person is.

  • Thank you.

  • I touched it first.

  • You didn't, you didn't, no, you didn't look, I'm not good at this Medicare.

  • Not there.

  • I did it guys, I still lose Anyway.

  • Color 19.

  • Oh that was close.

  • Oh no, let's count our things to see who won the final 1233.

  • There's no, no, there's only five.

  • I went really fast.

  • There's only five cards.

  • Do you have a favorite color art card?

  • I like the minds of the cat one and I know I love this the most because it looks like Jordan's babies.

  • Fun.

  • Thanks for teaching us.

  • She already, I hope we can do it with all 46 I think that will make it more challenging and I've warmed up now so we get a rematch that he was the greatest player in Japan.

  • The winners in Japan in Japan in T.

  • C.

  • But the next place we are going to do is we are working towards this and then heading to this coffee.

  • So stay tuned.

  • Yo we are currently on swim on duty.

  • It's the middle road between the three roads that are going to be quiet going from the station.

  • So we've come to which is inspired by one of the characters in the movement series and you can find them all around the cafe here and we've got some really cool wall up going on and we've ordered some retro drinks.

  • It looks really cool and we've got a cake plate coming as well as some cafe latte cup which will be enjoying soon.

  • I got the strawberry and melon melon melon soda float.

  • It's so classic.

  • I feel like this is very retro vibes vibes.

  • This drink should find like a keystone habit from a cafe.

  • He stands on the original form of its.

  • Cafes are more like an american import.

  • Find more like breakfast options bread, like jazz cooler scenery.

  • I personally prefer cafe que, but cafes are also very fun to come to my like cafes because they have a lot of like cappuccino like flat, whereas focuses on drip coffee and you can find both types of cafes.

  • They're everywhere.

  • It's kind of well known for.

  • It's actually, there's even like jazz where you can hear the nice jazzy songs like working from like Jazz Danza.

  • It's got a different sort of vibe than a cafe.

  • Working.

  • Starbucks is fun, but it's something very focused, more like a cafe history and the story very much so I could talk about for hours but I won't.

  • Not today.

  • Next episode, we owe you guys.

  • He works with the sales team.

  • He's here helping us produce this video.

  • We have one more thing we like to show you special.

  • I'm going to bring this to everyone.

  • So this is like a small spotlight, oh, what have you brought me to read this?

  • Welcome to kitschy joji.

  • It's really common on birthdays or anniversary.

  • Um, for the, you go to a cafe, a restaurant and you get them to write it like a specialized message.

  • So if you ever come to Japan and you have to celebrate something, definitely ask the staff in advance you can call them or email them and be like, please.

  • Right, I love you so much, Marry me.

  • It's very good.

  • Oh, that has alcohol in 100%.

  • I like this more.

  • So that's all for today.