24 Hours in AKITA | 4 Things to do in Japan's CHICKEN Capital

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Abroad in Japan
Abroad in Japan 8 meses atrás
NOTIFICATION SQUAD: Would you let the Namahage demons in to scare the hell out of your kids? Back on the road with Ryotaro in search of Japan's rarest chicken and it didn't disappoint. God bless Yakitori, my favourite dish.
Shelby Rosenburg
Shelby Rosenburg 25 dias atrás
Our family thinks we’re nuts because we taught our kids about t he Namahage 😂 we don’t have the costumes or anything obviously, but when they’re really naughty my husband hides and makes the noise lol it scares them but they love it too, they ask to see pictures and videos of them
KloKiller1 8 meses atrás
Japan has krampus too? xD
Arcade Sunday
Arcade Sunday 8 meses atrás
At the moment, I think my 6 yo boy needs some scaring... He won't listen to me anymore!! Bring on the Namahaga Demons!
Ryotaro's Japan
Ryotaro's Japan 8 meses atrás
I'm delighted that my husky voice definitely sounded sexier than Namahage. Maybe I should keep it that way.
Tikosh Mês atrás
You had it so good. He didn't even threaten to replace you with The Anime Man once. He obviously likes you more than Connor :P
Francisco Luis II Barzaga
Spice girl
freethinker1 5 meses atrás
Good to see you reappear Ryo.
itzhurtz 5 meses atrás
Your character is an absolute gem Ryotaro. The weird vibe you give is no where near boring. Much love!
Natalie 5 meses atrás
ryotaro, i have a question: were you actually saying the dogs were inevitable? i thought it seemed like you said they were inimitable and chris misunderstood but you just decided to let him keep going because it was funny. i know it’s been a few months but i’m curious if you remember what you were saying?
Albdruck 8 meses atrás
Considering Akita were bred for hunting bears and other large animals, I'm not surprised they're so massive! You need an absolute unit for that >:D Another cool bear-hunting specialized breed in Japan is the Hokkaido, which is actually smaller but also very brave and well adapted to Hokkaido's cold temperatures.
Christine C.
Christine C. 21 dia atrás
@Maku Kawakami Chihuahuas, due to their size and long history of inbreeding, can be psycho little buggers. They have what many people refer to as "short man syndrome," as in they act super aggressive to make up for their size. I guarantee you could find a chihuahua that would go after a bear, even if it ended up becoming a snack. 😂
Christine C.
Christine C. 21 dia atrás
@AyashaVo92 than*
Maku Kawakami
Maku Kawakami 5 meses atrás
imagine seeing a chihuahua barking at a bear
Ohdeer 6 meses atrás
@88stdkillers Came here to say this. You are spot on. Ain't no dog wrestling a bear down. Closest you get to that are Kaerelian Bear Dogs but at best they just antagonize.
AyashaVo92 7 meses atrás
@Abriel Robertsson I think they get them confused with Shiba Inus who kinda look the same, but have more like Akita Pup size. Though even shiba inus are still bigger then people think.
Electric Elephant
Electric Elephant 8 meses atrás
I like how Chris's friends are so different to him in every way, shape or form but they all have chemistry nevertheless and bring something cool, interesting or wacky. I believe they all befriended Chris because of the snarky sarcasm he brings to their lives (and the ability to do ads and songs almost instantly).
Christine C.
Christine C. 21 dia atrás
Only close-minded people think they can only be friends with people they're exactly like. You don't have to have a lot in common to vibe well together. Me, I have always felt and been treated like I'm vastly different and an outsider. I am not a people person because of this. But on the rare occasions I meet someone I vibe well with, I couldn't care less how much common ground we have. As long as someone is cool to me and doesn't give me bad vibes, I'll be friends with them.
Bernadette S.
Bernadette S. 8 meses atrás
Those namahage and the surrounding traditions are astoundingly similar to my homeland's Krampus and Perchten traditions (yes, I'm from Austria). Scaring little children into behaving seems to be more of a universal thing than I thought. 😅
Hannah Heitz
Hannah Heitz 4 meses atrás
We not only getting scared they hitting us with the whip too😅. I'm 21 and these dudes still going for me😅.
Dragnarok 🏆
Dragnarok 🏆 7 meses atrás
yeah same in slovenian its called Kurentovanje here its people dressed in simmilar ways and they scare people on the street and enter houses to scare or take children
Tammy Grünwald
Tammy Grünwald 7 meses atrás
In southern Germany we also have the Krampus! At 6th of December Nikolaus and Krampus visit your home and read of a list what nice or naughty things you have done. We always had to play a song on the flute for Nikolaus as well. Then if you were nice you got a big bag with presents in it (mostly sweets and fruit). When you were naughty it's said that Krampus will put you in his bag and carry you away. Krampus was reeaally horrifying to us haha. I remember there were rumors around the neighbor kids that Krampus actually took someone with him and beat him up. Talk about childhood trauma haha
SpiritWildfireGaming 7 meses atrás
They also remind me of Bulgaria's Kukeri. Although our things just scare off bad spirits and not children...I think.
Lady Hella
Lady Hella 8 meses atrás
I don't think there is something like that near were I live. We didn't really had Christmas as it is before, it was only a religious holiday and may be burned who celebrated in other ways. I imagine those traditions are more northen
Caine0027 8 meses atrás
Some things never change: Chris roasting Ryotaro, Ryotaro trying to kill Chris and the fact that even though they know Chris is left handed, Ryotaro keeps siting on the left during the filming of the food takes and gets elbowed to death everytime Chris reaches for food
Christine C.
Christine C. 21 dia atrás
@👺samurai boi they're*
Cat Särkioja
Cat Särkioja 8 meses atrás
Obviously why Ryotaro wants to kill him 😂
👺samurai boi
👺samurai boi 8 meses atrás
@Dr. Justin in Japan 🇯🇵 oh lol this left handed people just always think their very unique and as a right hander im tooo right about it.
Hama Mail
Hama Mail 8 meses atrás
And the nod to Chris's addiction to fried chicken. Whoops, I meant chicken 🍗
Joonas Laitinen
Joonas Laitinen 8 meses atrás
While Hachiko may be the most famous Akita inu, there's another fictional one that's surprisingly popular here in Northern Europe/Finland. The early-mid 80's manga and anime Ginga nagareboshi Gin tells the story of a Akita puppy that's trained to hunt bears in the northern wilderness and eventually he joins a group of other dogs to take down the tyrant of the mountains, the massive bear Akakabuto. The Ginga series by Yoshihiro Takahashi has multiple spinoffs and continuations but the original is still my favourite.
Christine C.
Christine C. 21 dia atrás
'80s* :-P
Eula Lawrence
Eula Lawrence 3 meses atrás
I have heard about it
lee 8 meses atrás
Ryan 8 meses atrás
While Chris might not particularly love this, taking a bike around Tazawako, or visiting the nearby soy sauce brewery (with actually very tasty soy sauce ice cream), and then of course checking out Kakunodate (which is also nearby), is amazing, especially in Hanami season. In August, the Omagari fireworks festival is a nice trip because it's really huge and the shinkansen station is literally walking distance from the venue, so easy to get there and back from Sendai.
Wigglenips 7 meses atrás
Omagari fireworks really was an amazing show, shame its been cancelled for two years now but hopefully next year it starts again. Thou I dont know about sendai, the last train for yotugoya station was very early for us making us miss the end of the show sadly. A car feels needed for that show.
TomAKAVeto 7 meses atrás
I visited my Japanese friend in Akita in 2010 and it was incredible. We went to a ski resort in the mountains and got to bathe in the onsen and look down on a beautiful valley while it rained. Not the only amazing experience I had in Japan but it stands out
Stan O
Stan O 8 meses atrás
Aww, I had heard of Hachiko before but not until I saw the statue in this video did I realise how similar the story is to Greyfriars Bobby in Edinburgh, Scotland. Fascinating as always Chris 👍🏻
Rachelcookie321 8 meses atrás
I just commented about how similar it is to Greyfriars Bobby
Shikamaru233 8 meses atrás
Ryotaro -- 5 star hotels and inns, rare exquisite cuisine, chill and comfy hot springs Natsuki - abandoned and haunted love hotels, cemeteries and hornet larvae
John Trewhella
John Trewhella 8 meses atrás
@Rutt Roe Yeah Chris, why haven't you solved this Visa issue and cured the world of disease and hunger? You should be ashamed of yourself making videos like this.
👺samurai boi
👺samurai boi 8 meses atrás
@Sel Li 😳
👺samurai boi
👺samurai boi 8 meses atrás
Also natsuki:Very interested in touching tons of stuff whether its dangerous or not.
Zaotar1 8 meses atrás
He just tweeted about that today. This video was made long ago and edited over time.
Robert Ra
Robert Ra 8 meses atrás
Well, Ryotaro is classy as F....
Xenin7 8 meses atrás
YAY the video I've been looking forward too is finally here. Thank you Chris for finally going to Akita after all the times I bugged you to do so. And I believe Sharla was the camera man wasn't she? not sure, but I know she went with you when you filmed this Akita venture. :)
James Chicks
James Chicks 8 meses atrás
7:40 I wonder if someone else notices this, but the transiton here is actual gold. Before, Chris talks about inevitable and Thanos, here he brings the word up again and adds this snap sound as a hard cut transition. Absolutely master level. Bloody epic, mate.
dog 8 meses atrás
Maybe this is edited by Dave, his new editor!
Roman Borky
Roman Borky 8 meses atrás
Just got back to watching the transition it's so smoothly done you don't even notice it. Wonderfull touch Chris!
Douglas Hollingsworth
Douglas Hollingsworth 8 meses atrás
I love seeing each region's distinct culture and unique selling points ... in my 3 decades before finding this channel I just thought Japan was all overdeveloped and crowded like Tokyo, but there's so much variety and experiences behind that surface appearance - thank you Chris!
Kamome 8 meses atrás
んだんだ, great video Chris! I've lived in Akita for 6 months and can confirm that's one of the best place to experience the "real" Japan. Like most of Tohoku is one of the less touristy regions of Japan, but Akita prefecture is perhaps the least known by foreigners. Its rice, the Komachi rival that of Niigata, and the Kiritampo nabe is such a treat when the temperature drops and outside start snowing. Tohoku's and Akita's people are some of the friendliest and warmest, despite their infamous cold reputation. In winter is beautiful to snow there and to visit the Kamakuras and drink nihon-shu inside with locals! The Akita bijin is true, but unfortunately most of the real Bijin goes to Tokyo or the big cities!
rallaa 8 meses atrás
"Not only is there a horrible creature next to us, there is also a namahage." Chris never missing the chance to clown on Ryotaro, even if he basically made the same joke a minute ago. lol
Atlan Ta
Atlan Ta 8 meses atrás
@J.E.Wattes They egg on each other for fun and people enjoy the dynamic... he's listed him as one of his good friends multiple times and on streams or behind the scenes videos they're like normal people.
👺samurai boi
👺samurai boi 8 meses atrás
@J.E.Wattes I dont think chris is that much of a fool but in a way i think his more humourous rather than ignoring people's words.
Deep 8 meses atrás
@J.E.Wattes Touch some grass mate
ap1curry 8 meses atrás
@J.E.Wattes Tell me you don't have friends without actually telling me you don't have friends...
Drecell the Alive
Drecell the Alive 8 meses atrás
The Namahage traditions remind me of the St. Nicolas traditions common here in central Europe. Instead of weird oni, we have devils from Hell that give bad children coal or attempt to take them back to Hell with them. Also seen are the large processions of devils during what is known as Krampusnacht (I believe?). People in Austria especially like this one from what I've heard (Austria is one country over, I am not sure on details). It's so interesting seeing traditions on the other side of the globe that seem so familiar!
Auf die Radeln fertig los
Yes we in Austria were visited by the Krampus and St Nikolaus it was fun and scary in Vienna but nobody got PTSD like the snow flake generation.
Maxawe Some
Maxawe Some 8 meses atrás
I remember seeing Krampus on the street, I ran into the house, hid under the bed, and he still found me ! I was terrified, he pulled me from under the bed, I thought I was going to die, while my parents were laughing their ass off.
mikeyamashi 8 meses atrás
My Grandfather was German and he told me stories of Krampus coming into the school with St.Nicholas. The naughty children were bundled up in a sack and carried off while the other children got chocolates.
Erik Hendrickson
Erik Hendrickson 4 meses atrás
All the food in this episode looked absolutely amazing.
Robert Ra
Robert Ra 8 meses atrás
I love this format with you and Ryotaro. Best way to learn about various local customs and of course amazing food in Japan.
Kae (Yuuka) Serinuma🏵⚘
The akita dogs are so cute!!!😍🤗🧡💜
Sergio Lagunilla
Sergio Lagunilla 8 meses atrás
A spice mother. A spice girl. You can never anticipate Ryotoro. You can say he is... Inevitable
Humberto Amorim
Humberto Amorim 8 meses atrás
The spice must flow
Aman Mondal
Aman Mondal 8 meses atrás
I paused the video and thought for a second "man when did this video become a JAV or Hentai"
HouseMDaddict 8 meses atrás
Hinai jidori looks awesome! I loved learning the difference between the hinai Dori and hinai jidori. So cool!
JOHN MONES 6 meses atrás
Always enjoy your vlogs that involve food and I appreciate that you give some background to what you are eating. You and Ryotoro are perfect foils for each other. 👍🏻 And yes the Akita is so cute. I’ve only seen one in my neighborhood of West Hollywood where the dog of choice is the French bulldog.
Laura Coutinho
Laura Coutinho 5 meses atrás
You always make me absolutely jealous with your foods! It's so expensive to eat out in USA unless you like fast food burgers and fries, especially if you go out here for anything Japanese. Last time my friends and I went out for "authentic" Japanese food, it cost us $50 a person x_x I need to get to Japan... I need to remind myself to always have food at hand when I watch your stuff.
coffeeserpent 5 meses atrás
This was a great video! I live and work in Akita prefecture. MY wife's family were Hinaijidori farmers for a very long time near Oodate. It is a royal pain in the ass to farm those chickens!
aceofspades 8 meses atrás
Chris: I bring Ryotaro along because he speaks Japanese, definitely not for company. Ryotaro: *loses voice* Chris: YOU HAD ONE JOB RYOTARO!
Heavenly Creature
Heavenly Creature 8 meses atrás
Chris is literally scared of everything. So just imagine the effect of the Namahage on him 😱 I am sure that hitman Ryotaro is there for Chris' protection 😎
Okami Kotori
Okami Kotori 8 meses atrás
tbf Chris speaks Japanese as well 😂
Ro So
Ro So 8 meses atrás
It's funny I had an Akita dog when i was a kid his name was Snowball. He was so big! Great dog.😊
Irish Steve
Irish Steve 8 meses atrás
Ryotaro and Chris are an amazing duo. I Always get Grand Tour vibes when they are together.
Stephanie H.
Stephanie H. 8 meses atrás
It's so great to see that Ryotaro is holding this channel together! He's doing an amazing job! 👌🏻
Ces Saseve
Ces Saseve 8 meses atrás
So Happy to see That your having another adventure with Ryotoro again, havnt seen this guy in ages in your videos Chris. I think my favourite is your adventures with Ryotoro and Natsuki! It would be really awesome if you both could try on a Namahage costume on 🙌🏾🤙🤙 That face that Ryotoro makes when he says: Ryotoro bazooka and his old Greek Batman voice haha 😂
Shining Armor
Shining Armor 8 meses atrás
Chris with Natsuki: "Oh dear, oh dear, gorgeous" Chris with Ryotaro: "You F***ing DONKEY"
Heavenly Creature
Heavenly Creature 8 meses atrás
Well the man is trying to kill him 😏
Meat Motorsports
Meat Motorsports 8 meses atrás
his inner gordon ramsey comes out
bonnymomo 8 meses atrás
It's so lovely to see you and Ryotaro back together, I've missed his shenanigans 🤪
bloodbeastseb 8 meses atrás
The fact that they always sit next to each other when eating and use the hands closest to the other is great 😂😂
Foreign Daruma
Foreign Daruma 8 meses atrás
Just what I needed when stuck in coughing covid hell, a good old-fashioned Chris and Risottoro overnight trip(with chicken)! Makes the sleep deprivation and isolation a little easier to bear. Cheers!
Jonathon Barnes
Jonathon Barnes 8 meses atrás
What a great place! Thanks for the continued interesting exploration of one of the most amazing countries on Earth
EarendilMitsos 8 meses atrás
I'm Greek and can attest to Ryotaro's accurate impression! Mind you the impression is of a chronic smoker in their 60s that has never heard of the word cholesterol and has not seen his genitals in 17 years because of the beer belly. But spot on! Kudos to Ryotaro. The guy's a legend!! 🙂😂
EarendilMitsos 8 meses atrás
@Curious Nomad Haha yeah definitely, there are some scary ones out there!! 😅
Curious Nomad
Curious Nomad 8 meses atrás
Ha don't forget the Greek women who have become like this after years of smoking.
Mellow Maromi
Mellow Maromi 8 meses atrás
all Mediterranean Grandfathers sound like this to an extent
GA. Luigi
GA. Luigi 8 meses atrás
Quality content as usual, Chris! 😎🔥
MS 7 meses atrás
I love the videos with Ryotaro - he is always incredibly interesting. Would love to see more of him in your videos - I always learn something new when you two are together. Just throwing it out there, but with you, Sharla and Ryotaro all in Sendai together, why not do a monthly webcast together? I understand that Sendai is quite large, but others come from Tokyo to film....this could be another way to engage your audience. Also, since I am throwing caution to the wind, would love to see others included like Ryotaro, Sharla, Norm, etc. in your "Journey Across Japan" series. Those were some of my favorites when you trekked across Japan (no need to cycle). You could do it by bullet train, train, bus, etc...with the various individuals listed above added to the mix. Do what you will, but miss seeing all of the others on your series. Thanks!
Shannon Russell
Shannon Russell 8 meses atrás
I went to Akita International University for their summer intensive a few years back and miss it every day. Glad to see such an awesome place being shared with the world.
o0Avalon0o 8 meses atrás
This is definitely going on my "must do" list. Thanks!
Becky French
Becky French 8 meses atrás
please make more videos about the more traditional different Christmas and New years customs? this was so cool
Cousin Hubert Retrogaming
I love 秋田県! I thought you would have tried kiritampo nabe on camera, the speciality of Akita 😭 It's an amazing food, much more original that plain old (but good) oyakodon
Tobias Krebs
Tobias Krebs 18 dias atrás
All of your videos are great. But Ryotaro makes the videos even better. The two of you combined have such a great energy and a very entertaining sense of humour. Keep it up guys!
ricky v
ricky v 8 meses atrás
Thank you for sharing this adventure with us. I enjoyed learning about the dogs from that region as well. (:
HaydoGo 8 meses atrás
I am looking forward to videos inside the studio, but I will never get tired of these “24/48 hours in ______” videos. As always, great video Chris!
AxxL 8 meses atrás
GAGAGAGAGA I just disliked my own face because I am unpretty. HOWEVER: I always like my GOOD videos however. No dislikes allowed where I come from. Don't be mean, dear ha
Annette Walter
Annette Walter 8 meses atrás
Brilliant vlog. Thank you Chris. The dogs are gorgeous. Good to see Ryotaro again.
Hama Mail
Hama Mail 8 meses atrás
Ryotaro!!! I luv it when you two are in a video. It always gives me that nostalgic Abroad feel 💙
Donny Jay
Donny Jay 8 meses atrás
Another great video from Chris, giving us an insight into regional Japan.
Athelstan Ent
Athelstan Ent 8 meses atrás
Akita is my favorite prefecture to visit. Thank you for highlighting some places I've not found in years of researching the area! I'll take the Nairku line north in the fall and then go to the Akita Dog Museum. Hopfully in 2022!
Lisa 8 meses atrás
Just saw the travel ban in force for Japan now too....😞. Your channel has been a wonderful way to travel when I can’t go anywhere (abroad)! Was hoping to make it to Japan this year~ been fascinated with the country since I was a kid. Thanks for all the fun content and here’s to more adventures! Those namahage weirded me out too! ❤️from Portland OR
Somesh Swami
Somesh Swami 7 meses atrás
Love how ryotaro intercepts chris from eating the chicken whilst explaining the things.. 😂
rustyax4 8 meses atrás
I used to live in Akita! I'm soooo excited to see that you got to experience it Chris! ^-^
covnam 8 meses atrás
Oh man, that Yakitori and Oyakodon looked so good I might just have to visit Akita just to try it!
Ranzoon 8 meses atrás
Yey, just what my Sunday evening was craving. A dose of Chris and Rissotaro
chris tiego
chris tiego 8 meses atrás
@ok well done Mr bond
chris tiego
chris tiego 8 meses atrás
@ok straya moite
Nguyễn Đức Anh
Nguyễn Đức Anh 8 meses atrás
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Jürgen Koks
Jürgen Koks 8 meses atrás
@MrInnerPeace Risotoro
chris tiego
chris tiego 8 meses atrás
Down here it's a popular breakfast
Kobayashi King
Kobayashi King 8 meses atrás
It's been so long since Ryotoro's appeared! I'm glad to know he's doing well and that you haven't fallen out with him or something 😂😅
Ali Sparkle
Ali Sparkle 8 meses atrás
Gahhh I'm so envious, it's so cold here and there's no doggos and you get to play in hot springs and meet puppers and I don't care about the chicken part but the rest all looks fun 😣 .... I need to get out and travel and have a travel-y sorta drink kinda asap lol 🍹😅
ponyboyuk01 8 meses atrás
When Ryotaro started telling the story, every time Chris looked at him all he saw was a giant skewered grilled chicken lol
Amazingly Awkward
Amazingly Awkward 5 meses atrás
I’ve just been able to sample the delights of yakitori from the comfort of my own home. Chicken breast, cut into pieces, heavily salted Chicken drumstick, cut into pieces, heavily salted And the skin (you guessed it, salted) from both, peeled off and all threaded onto skewers, under the grill for 10 minutes and then eaten straight away. Give chicken skin a go if you don’t like the sound of it! It’s crispy and almost buttery in taste, really rich it’s SO good
Akio life
Akio life 7 meses atrás
Watching Chris's video is always fun and relaxing. I loved it.
TheBoeKing 8 meses atrás
Great video Chris! Although, I had a hard time figuring out if it was about roasted chicken or roasted Ryotaro! 🤣
neko simp
neko simp 8 meses atrás
theres a yakatori restaurant in australia i go to a lot, and it is by far the best best ive ever eaten in my life. its like a small family that runs it, and they try to be as authenitically japanese as they can, i cant wait until i get the chance to go to japan and try more of this
Valerie Mês atrás
Has it really been 7 months since the last time Ryotaro has showed up in a video? Feels like way longer. I'd love to see him again. He's such a goof head.
olives arenice
olives arenice 8 meses atrás
Been watching your channel for years and I have to say, each episode you upload is a masterpiece start to finish. You can clearly see the time and effort that goes into the production of each episode its simply amazing. I find myself captivated, the transitions, narration etc. Also, love the dynamic you have with Ryotaro, adds so much to each video. Keep it up, i love episodes like this
epic bro
epic bro 8 meses atrás
@Abroad in Japan You're welcome
Abroad in Japan
Abroad in Japan 8 meses atrás
Thanks man, much appreciated! 🍻
J P 8 meses atrás
More videos like this please :) also, traveling and tasting along the way :)
Fidel Castro
Fidel Castro 8 meses atrás
With these nice quality of enjoyable Japan videos, that are only coming every two weeks, I would wish they would be about at least 2 hours long Chris
Jasmine Rake
Jasmine Rake 8 meses atrás
Another superb video! Why are all your best videos with Ryotaro? You always go to the most amazing locations when Ryotaro is on board. More prefecture videos around Japan, they're great!
Edwin Murillo
Edwin Murillo 8 meses atrás
I just love that subtle goofyness that comes out in your word choice and jokes when you are with Ryotaro!
PhilChill 8 meses atrás
I just love when you're with Ryotaro. The food is automatically more tastier and for us the viewers more enticing.
Ambient Walking
Ambient Walking 8 meses atrás
Incredible way of experiencing the world. I can't tell you how much I'm enjoying this! Really soothing!
Chris Stewart
Chris Stewart 8 meses atrás
This video felt like it was over really quickly. Definitely interested to see more of Akita.
Marty 8 meses atrás
I been watching your channel a lot lately keep it up Chris good work Proud of you! And ur studio looks awesome that ramen area its sick! 🖤
Eínon 8 meses atrás
A very interesting video as usual! Great job! Its now on my list of places to visit in Japan!
Jessica Putri
Jessica Putri 8 meses atrás
Yay, finally more traveling videos. Always love it!
Hozay 8 meses atrás
Jaw dropping food that is offered in Akita! Must go!
work account
work account 8 meses atrás
My daughter and I have been watching your videos ahead of our trip to Japan, not til 2023 so still got some time. Would love to see a video of Must See Places If you Only Have a Week. There's so much to do I'm worried that we're going to spin our wheels for a week and not maximize the limited time we have.
Samantha Montenegro
Samantha Montenegro 8 meses atrás
missed the 24 hours series! loved this one :)
Ein Dayo
Ein Dayo 8 meses atrás
Always nice to see people interested in Akita other than the dogs. Was originally born in Akita so I have a really bad Country accent 😅
みょん 6 meses atrás
@Rico Imp Ben means an accent. Japanese has different accents depending on the region.
Howl 8 meses atrás
Yeah but the dogs are cute
Rico Imp
Rico Imp 8 meses atrás
What is the Akita dialect called? Akitaben?
KiyokaMakibi 8 meses atrás
Wow, that Oyakodon dish looked delicious! I googled it, and its not too difficult to make. *drool* Can't wait to try it also!
John 8 meses atrás
I have an Akita dog and in all honesty, I did not know that Akita was also a place in Japan, thank you for this insightful information, Chris.
The Culture Of Man Chad
Never fails me to smile. Keep on Ryotaro and Chris.
Atlan Ta
Atlan Ta 8 meses atrás
Finally another Ryotaro outing! Been waiting to see the infamous duo on another journey.
Owen Cain
Owen Cain 8 meses atrás
Ryotaro is so powerful he can snap himself back into existence after being annihilated by Chris
Benson Wachira
Benson Wachira 8 meses atrás
Amazing how in Japan everything is standardized according to the Japanese laws, nothing but the best for the people.
Erasul 8 meses atrás
Another episode of Abroad in Japan. My favourite food series on BRvid.
Sarah Ward-Greef
Sarah Ward-Greef 8 meses atrás
Yes Ryotaro!!!!! This place looks amazing, your content is more diverse than most youtubers… A true film maker
Krazie02 7 meses atrás
This video inspired me to make my own version of oyakodon. As a Dutch guy without too much experience it is fun to make, seeing as I’ve made it thrive now!
Lt Siver
Lt Siver 8 meses atrás
I wouldn't mind hanging out with Ryotaro. He's got a great sense of humor (I mean, he puts up with Chris Broad) and knows a lot of good places to go vacationing in Japan.
8 Lives
8 Lives 8 meses atrás
3.5 hours away with completely different cultures.. Crazy. I can drive 8 hours and still be in the same State
Juan Torres
Juan Torres 7 meses atrás
I wish NYC had places like this to eat and taste such amazing Japanese cousine/dishes! 😭 Akita dogs are huge!
Tallgeese3 8 meses atrás
My plans to visit Japan has been derailed but I living vicariously through you Chris. Cheers from NYC
Hermes Hemp
Hermes Hemp 5 meses atrás
Binging these 24 hours videos! Love them! Thanks for the vid.
justin york
justin york 8 meses atrás
I think this is the only youtube channel I've seen with production value comparable to TV travel shows. The main difference is the people on this channel are 1000X more interesting and likable.
WowIPostStuff 8 meses atrás
I love all of your videos so much and I'm currently studying film in college and your videos truly inspire me and make me want to create documentaries like you do!
Lord Rork
Lord Rork 8 meses atrás
As a weird coincidence, I cooked myself oyakodon for the first time this evening before sitting down to watch this video. It would seem I need to reduce my sauce far more, based on what I see here!
Josh Petchmak
Josh Petchmak 8 meses atrás
I've been to Japan twice but have never visited the northern prefectures. Great video! I can't wait to visit again!
Outland 8 meses atrás
If we ever get to travel properly again Northern Japan is right at the top of my list... Possibly in autumn.
David Vega
David Vega 8 meses atrás
Chris…mate of all the videos you’ve made about mouth watering food…this is by far the one that had me drooling most. Omg. This alone is a reason to visit Japan
Western Bird
Western Bird 8 meses atrás
I loved this! Now I wish I had some Yakitori chicken......
Kate Aye
Kate Aye 8 meses atrás
How can one not love Ryotaro?! He has a dry humour, a goofy side and plays off Chris so well.
Ada Sofia
Ada Sofia 8 meses atrás
The food looks so good! I’m so hungry now 😊
socalguy829 8 meses atrás
i would pay large amounts of money to see Ryotaro in a spin-off series called "Elderly Greek Batman" haha
Emmy Sea
Emmy Sea 8 meses atrás
@Rutt Roe "without us he'd have no viewership" Pretty sure he'd still get viewership. Why would _he_ specifically have to talk about it?
Rutt Roe
Rutt Roe 8 meses atrás
How come Chris won't talk about the 370,000 people trying to enter Japan with a work visa or student visa right now? The same people that watch his videos are the same people that are currently struggling trying to get their visas approved to the Japanese government, without us he'd have no viewership
Emmy Sea
Emmy Sea 8 meses atrás
He is *_inevitable_* Father of many spice girls
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