Japanese Street Food Top 10 at Kagurazaka Tokyo | Secret Kaisendon Sashimi Rice Bowl

Japanese Street Food Top 10 at Kagurazaka Tokyo | Secret Kaisendon Sashimi Rice Bowl

Show Video

In this, video I'm gonna show you guys my, top 10 Street food at Kagurazaka. Alright. Guys the typhoon, has cleared, and it's a sweltering hot again here, in Tokyo, and today, I wanted, to show you my, top 10 Street food I could go to Sokka, so this place is known to be like a little Kyoto, if you walk around you'll see like a mix of the old and new and some crazy like little back streets which I'm actually in right now this place that I'm standing here right now it's called a hide-n-seek, alley, the reason it's called hide and seek is they used to have a lot of bars and restaurants, here where, all of the geishas, would go and men that we're cheating on their wives would, come here and hide with, the geishas, away from their family or I could have just made up that shady Park but it's still an interesting story, for calling it hide-and-seek alley well anyway so let me just take you guys on to some of the food spots man I'm sweating. Alright. Let's go on the futon in this super, hot Tokyo, weather man, I really, feel like I'm in Kyoto, right now with all of these like little tiny, streets, and guess who's here to help me out today. Michael. And. If. You guys like my samurai shirt, check it out in the link below. Some. People say it's very similar to Paris because you can find incredible. French and Italian restaurant, but I liken it more to Kyoto a simple. Walk to the main street from Kagurazaka, station, to eat a bossy Jason is pretty, incredible, but don't forget to check out the hidden back streets to feel like you've transported. Back in the time maybe, this is why they say I didn't see. Wow, look, how small this entrance, is. All. Right let's, get our food on. Number. Ten chiffon. Cake from chick Alicia's, New York Amory's chica, licious is a dessert, bar in New York owned by a Japanese, participate. She cut Illman they offer several, japan-only, sweets that you can get at the original New York shop. Check. Out this nama, cream chiffon, cake it looks like it's really, heavy but it's actually, not that heavy, but it's so big it's like as big as my head then it smells, so good I, like the top itself it's just like super. Fluffy, and you have like a powder to sugar on top look, at that, cream. That, is heaven, that's actually, one of the lightest, creams.

I've Ever had it's like the Michael Jordan of chiffon cakes so much air it is a really, milky. I feel like I'm actually drinking, milk, it's so creamy and the, cake is delicious it's, super, soft and it's not too sweet like I feel like I can eat maybe, five of these and still be okay it's, so light oh my love seafoam, cake mr. bum cake first, got, popular, in, Japan was like when I was in elementary school, my mom made for me now so I got bullied, a bit. Ha oh. Well they still did cream, is good but those Polish part is really good too it's like we just mounds know, what I don't get it that. You. Just forget about talking. Number. 9 I you know to put a Monica from by cutting. Look. At behind me absolutely. Making it right in front of us by, kata is a local, Lagasse shop established. In 1935. They're beautiful, wagashi is made by hand one, by one, next, to those full-on, traditional, or gushy they have cute in playful, Monica like cat and rabbit Monica's, blanketing. The shelves, and I threw, down on their all-time bestseller. I you know tempura, Monica, the outer shell is crispy, fried with rice oil and rapeseed, oil and stuffed, with handmade, red bean paste all, right, my about Gashi fans and check it out it's, in the shape of an eye you fish so they call this IU tempura. But it's actually Monica, which has I can uncle inside, all right smells so fresh let me just like break it in front of you guys. Look, at that oh so. This is like a really, silky type, of uncle so I generally like something that has like a little more consistency, and has more texture where this one is like silky smooth but, let's see how it tastes, oh. Damn. That's like really, sweet, I didn't actually expect it to be that sweet but bread itself, it's almost like a waffle cone but. It's a lot lighter, you guys love well gosh if you love unko then definitely worth a try in fact the store has like all sorts of different products and it's pretty cool just to like walk in and see them making all that stuff a sweet, little treat for today. He, is. Gonna take a lot of uh Monica, is really crispy but this is like a soft, and fluffy type so, Monica is made we're what you call me which is sticky. Rice so, that's, maybe right second what you would see if x4b. It's. From kyoto. This. Is frag and rice I, got, this pram your really thick like, good boy like my little sachet bees stop. Number. Eight me, come on from go jubilant, I love, they're insanely massive, nikuman of course, it's, not just enormous, it's also stuff, with their succulent and mouth-watering, ingredients. Aren't so hot it's like hot potato but, hot and you come on but you got a hot piping. Steaming. Gomoku nee come on it's like it's heavy, look how big this is maybe two or three of my fist that's how big it is look at that so, Momoko, means like it actually has a five different kinds, and then it just means like assorted, so let, me just open this up right in front of the camera look, at, that look at all the steam coming from there know. How it smells so, good, can you guys see the egg it's right there and it even has a pink, some chicken. That's. All good there's just so much flavor packed, into here like taste, the, shrimp you can taste some mushrooms, and it's nice because you get like a crunchy, texture with the bamboo shoots the bond itself it's actually quite, thick but I think they make it so thick so that they can hold all the contents, I prefer, like not so much bread but this like will definitely, fill you up if you like have this alone look at that fresh pieces of seafood, in there unless, they even have Joshu pork in here it's almost like Halloween, bag filled with candy from all the nights trick-or-treating.

It. Says many it's definitely. Smaller than Paolo's, but this is actually like a regular space you like with the ones you get in the company. But, is it worth money. The. Bread soaks up the meat juice it's, so good it's not that sweet a lot of NIC one's really sweet but this is more like really, savory. We. Just went in this like back alley and check out right there there's, a modern jazz bar and just over there there's a wine bar is, a yakitori, place, it's. Just small little alley and Kagurazaka, it's, so hidden. Number. Seven senbei. Ice cream from Cole gets it go get to is one of the best Japanese ice cream sandwiches, I've ever had and I want to show you guys and they also have something Tommy seats inside, so you don't have to eat on the street Koga. 2 is a Kyoto born oh gosh I shop there well Gashi is more similar to Western sweets as they calmly use butter in their products, one, of their top sellers is, send you senbei and what better way to enjoy it then by using it to send with some delicious, ice cream. Check, it out I got a cookie send, that ice cream and it was so nice if you actually eat inside of the shop they'll give you some, free tea and, she. Gave you another cookie. Just. Like I won already. It. Smells so good it. Is a cookie ice cream Japanese. Style it almost looks like a Lay's potato chip. That's. Really, soft I love it the shell itself it's it's almost like a mix between a bread and a cookie and it's just all so good after, that the cookie there's like a layer in between that's, like a hard, layer it gives it a little crunch so you can see is actually there's like the ice cream Center here and then it also has like kind of like a whipped cream just like all these different textures in one, delicious, Japanese. Ice cream sandwich I. Think. I'm eating your piece pretty girl, number. Six car. Again, from voyage ino karaage, so. This is my fried chicken spot, in Kagurazaka, it's, actually a bento, shop but, if you ask you can actually get the fried chicken to go they'll put it on a stick, so you can walk with it pretty, awesome, I just. Got some fried chicken. It's. Not. As hard as this rickety fried, chicken, so there's so many different versions of fried chicken at the shop they had like Tula fried chicken, they had chicken breast they had five I can't guess what my favorite by, me because, who, doesn't love dark meat. Oh. It's. So good it doesn't need any sauce at all the meat itself is still tender, you can tell this is marinated, it's quite salty and savory already, I just really love the way they've seasoned it the juices are just exploding. In my mouth right now. Number. Five arancini. From, Dolce Vita what. I really love about this place is they have an awesome selection of wine but they also have, all these cheese's that you can try yourself. Have all these samples, everywhere so if you don't know what cheese you like you, can actually go, inside and try some cheese but they also have, a fried, cheese, surprise, that I'm gonna show you too let's go inside and check out this store. Our. Soda stop, look. At all this cheese. So. If you could you to do a wine tasting here, before you buy look at all the different wine, bottles, that they have don't, Suzumiya I'm just a terrible luck buddy, sitting. On. The sofa. Check. Out this hot auntie knee it's. A rice croquette, filled with gorgonzola and. Look. At, that, lovely. Goodness, can see inside of the crispy, brown, layer, there's some rice, it's like a rice pilaf almost and then it has a gargons Ola cheese looking back no, how it's so strong, oh. Jeez, Laver, is so, strong. It's like pink, and moldy. And so, good. The gorgonzola, is so strong it's like TRT, gargons Ola the rice itself, is quite sticky, does taste like a rice pilaf or like a risotto and I just love, that krispity. Krunch at each lecture it's not that like think of a shell actually pretty light, shelling, but it's still pretty crunchy the, texture, it's so gooey. In here like a cheesy rice, ecoo that's, yellow. Hmm. Oh. Guys, it, just started, to. Rain and so now it's. Gonna be a little bit more challenging, to film the rest of this video because they're trying to do a street food video but, anyways let's.

Keep Going because you, guys need the top ten. Number. Four Unni. Pudding from chicha kite wool might've they have an awesome beer selection you, can use some wine and they have some great seafood, including, one. Of my favorites, and Unni pudding let's go inside and check it out. Just. Until, the rain passes, it's like one of those rains and I think is only gonna last for maybe an hour and then, it's gonna get really sunny again so I, have a big beer my glass of wine and we have some oysters oh. That's. A lot. Silky. Smooth, right, down the throat that's so, good, unlevel it rains so what I really, love about a voice like this it just like you look at the atmosphere all, around it's just like a Japanese, like beach house like the way that they decided it just feel like you're exact in the day this, is one of those places you go to like a drink but they have like really interesting snacks for like drinking but look at this beautiful. Sea. Urchin, pudding. It's. So good like, the lighter yellowish. Orange color, is come I got cha hwa with sheep so it's like a Duchy, Tom, was she kind of egg and then there is a pudding, on top and all it goes in and mixes it's so well together the egg and the dashi is like really savory, and it just combines it. Can make this masterful. Piece. Number. Three. Shaved, ice from curry :. So Kagura czaka has a lot, of shaved, ice places, but this shaved ice place is, one of my favorites, because it's so flavorful the. Funny thing is it's actually a hockey shop but my favorite, thing from the shop is the khaki Cody let, me show you how, good it is. Oh. Look. At the strawberries right, there. It's. So tart, and refreshing, and I heart they're like this it's just what, the doctor ordered, and it comes to mochi ice cream stuff you've never had much ice cream and this is the place to go it's like an outer layer of mochi that has ice cream inside and love this place. Even. Has like a strawberry kind of jelly jam on the, outer coating, which, is like add to the full flavor of this dessert. Number. Two sake. Testing, at sake, bar oh do not eat so, just right behind me in and away in the business, Lord is this sake bar they have all sorts of Japanese, sake they, have food and it's just a really awesome cool, experience, so a lot of people don't know about this spot so I wanted to take you downstairs and, show you what's, up let's go inside.

Ha. Ha. Ha ha. Yeah. It's it is stronger, it is quite strong so. This, one is just like a lot smoother, a lot easier to drink whereas, the father was a bit like spicier. And, then the child. Is. Actually, a little bit smoother but. I would have to say that it's actually closer to the father than the mother, like he said so, the thing is I'm actually not a sucky drinker so I don't really know like a different various, like different flavors and tastes but, I just like the fact that I could come here in this try all, the different sake, and it's like not that bad of a price and. What's cool about this place is that they don't actually have an English menu per se but they do have a list, of like what your favorite flavors are and then you can just point to which flavor you want are they can point you to the one that's like most suited for your taste and it's all like six to eight hundred yen so it's like. Has. A magnetic, bitch. Wow. That's. Good. It almost tastes like a white wine. It's, really good because I like being another strong sake drinker you then you might want to try the, shell lovers it was really easy to drink and it's super. Silky, smooth and number. One caisson. Donphan suji Han hidden, in the side of the building suji, on is one of those restaurants that serve only one menu, caisson, done which is a mixed seafood rice, bowl you can choose from three variations which, makes it super easy the restaurant, only has counter seats which has that luxurious sushi. Restaurant atmosphere right, after you're seated they'll give you three pieces of sea bream sashimi and Kimmy, Joey which is egg yolk soy sauce to use for your caisson tone so I got the most basic, caisson done ooh man it has tuna, na karoti tuna, squid, herring, roe shrimp, salmon roe and two kinds of shellfish the restaurant, recommends, to mix wasabi with a key me Joey and pour it over the mountain, of seafood, when in Tokyo, right. Check. Out this bullet so. It. Is bursting, with flavor of tuna, is a so, fresh, it's, like had a hints of niggy Toto like the mashed up to now do you have like really big bits of tuna then you have the Nikki total which is really, nice and, then you have like the cucumber bits, right there it's really, good -.

Simply. Amazing. Here. This. Has all this different - all mixed, up together and it produces. The most amazing. Flavors. And. Then. Here's, the best part which you don't get at most places after, you finish with a caisson don't if you ask they will pour dashi over the rice so after you pour the dashi soup you add the sashimi on top looks damn good right. Oil it tastes even better. It's. Like an all-new. Meal, because it's a Thai dashi the sauce that the fish came into is kind of like a sesame, kind of sauce like a like a peanut sauce, the the dashi looks really creepy but in fact it's quite light, and really nice but, the umami, flavor, is just kickin like Bruce, Lee this, alone is worth the. Thous in the end it's that good so. If you liked this video help me out and hit that like button also let me know which area you guys want me to do next and if, you guys want to see more of my ventures in Tokyo or Japan, hit, that subscribe button and hit that Bell button and I'll catch you guys in the next one.

2018-08-19 04:15

Show Video

Comments:

Check out my Toe-kyo Shirt Merch here - www.zazzle.com/paolofromtokyo Download the free Kagurazaka Map here - https://www.tokyozebra.com/maps

Paolo fromTOKYO hubby got the Tokyo shirt .and I got the Kyoto shirt .totally gonna rock our “couple shirt”

You asked what area to do next, please do Akasaka-mitsuke area :)

Love it!! Paolo can you guys do a video covering the top 10 neighborhoods to stay in when visiting Tokyo? Looking at Airbnb’s and I just don’t know where to stay next time we visit outside the big main touristy spots while still being central to transport.

paolo will you please make a vlog on KATO hobby shop in shinjuku-ku or any KATO HOBBY shop in tokyo, thanks-pong from the philippines

The Chiffon cake looked to die for! I want one, lol! I'd love to try the Gorgonzola thing too!

Can you please make a video about yourself. Like how you got to japan and where you work.

Please Please Please can I have the name of that "Shell Lovers"' sake please!

i really enjoyed the variety of your top 10 favourites, your videos always make me very hungry : )

fried chicken,,,,,.......

1:20 Watch out Doggo!

You guys should do a video from Shin-Ōkubo,

great videos as usual, any chance of doing a top ten in ginza??

Paolo! You have a very beautiful girlfriend! She’s really cool as well! Keep on making videos with her eating more Japanese streetfoods. I like her comments on those treats!

Certainly a strong European influence in this area - do you find many expats living in Kagurazaka? Curious to know if these businesses are foreign owned, or started by Japanese that have a passion for the culture. Gorgonzola arancini...my mouth is watering!

FUKUOKA!!!

Paolo any chance of a few secs at the start explaining how to get to these places. This place looks great but had never heard of it before your vid! I may add this to my list when I go next year

Great video. I love love the sa

Hello Paolo and Maiko! I'm travelling to Ikebukuro in the winter with my fiance and we are staying there for a month in Airbnb. Do you happen to know the sweet spots in there? We are mostly interested in foods, sweets and cafes. Would be great if you managed to make a video about it before the trip. ^^

Loved this video. I reckon if you ever wanted to start up another business. You’ll be great doing food tours. Your knowledge and personality would totally be awesome

Thanks! Maiko-chan is a point of view what's a person will do when they're a health conscious (it's my opinion). P.S. I'm wondering if the vid somehow will vice versa it, when Paolo has to be a sidekick for a special segment (just for the vegetarian or healthy foods section). I'm looking for more of Maiko cameo.

Try the Asiago one next time! I love Asiago cheese

Have you tried Ōnoya butchers in Kagurazaka? They have awesome beef korokke and scotch eggs!

Wow your number 1 choice looks amazing. I didnt know this neighbourhood too. Thanks. As for other neighbourhoods, have you done Koenji ?

Wonderful!

Can You Make A Video On 10 Best Alcoholic Beverages Please.

Love your videos! Please do Ebisu or Sagenjaya next. Going back to Japan in January - can’t wait to try some of the places you have recommended!

Paolo you make consistently great videos and visit places/areas in Tokyo/Japan that most Youtubers in Japan don't visit or show off. Keep up the good work! oh and same goes for Maiko!

Such an excellent video Paolo !!i am very interested in this neighborhood you introduced to us ..i am totally eating all your food list next time .. Thanks for the map!your maps were really useful to us last May !

A job well done!!!

I like Maiko because she doesnt "act" or try to be overly enthusiastic. She just acts real and speaks her mind.

Love the food great informative video

Nice vid Paolo! Am inspired to visit this area when we visit next year! By the way, have you featured the area of T-Site and the surrounding community in your vids before?

Hi Bro wow, what a great channel you have. New friend here by the way. We been watching your vlog for a while. We will support you. Your videos are fascinating to watch, very interesting content and you always happy! The best channel so far. Would be pleased if we can sub each other's and joined our humble channel. We would be very proud to have you bro. Sending lots of good vibes. Big

Great video guys! Ready for that karaage. Can you do a top 10 in Sasazuka?

I'll marry Maiko

Have you guys ever tried gyoza from Utsunomiya? I suggest it!

Hey Paolo, I've been watching your videos for awhile and I'm really loving them. I have this is huge list of places to go when I get to go to Japan. It always great seeing Maiko in your videos also you're both super cute and fun to watch.

Always looking forward to your videos every weekend

Great video, what does Maiko say before she takes her first bite?

Amazing nikuman with the egg inside. I haven’t seen that before. I love wagashi, not so much to eat but because they are so beautiful. So many Japanese chains opening here in Toronto; Uniqlo, Muji, Uncle Tetsu, Pablo Cheesecake. I’d love to open a small shop selling some of these street foods. Whadya think?

I really like Kagurazaka. I will definitely try some of your recommendations next time I'm in Tokyo. Thanks for sharing this with us!

Awesome food video. Everything taste so yummy. I'm coming to Japan in end of September this year to taste some food that you have recommended in your videos. Love to see Maiko in videos, she so cute when she commented about food and she's pretty too. Thank you Pablo! Your videos are always the best.

I'm drooling right now...

That was a great video! I'll definitely go to this area next time I visit Tokyo :)

Great video! Can you guys do a top 10 weird food in Tokyo

Hi from NZ love the food you show you two are awesome keep it up

Keep up the great videos Paolo & M! Hope you hit 1mil subscribers soon! Sopport from Ausies!

How long does it take to go to all these places?

Paolo, I'll liked this video a lot. You went to places that I haven't seen mentioned in videos from other YouTubers. Plus I want to visit all 10 of these places!

What's the breadth means @17:36

You guys survived the Typhoon

i like that shirt.

That big nikuman was that a quail egg in there too Paolo!!!!! Yum!!!!!! So much fantastic foods so hard to decide!!!!!

Great video!!..i would love to do that food tour. :)

i want it too. japan is the best place for it.

that STRAWBERRY thing looks AMAZING!!

i gotta admit- that "uni pudding" scares me - its SOOOO not American

Another perfect video.

Ever going to link up with John Daub from Only in Japan?

How about food in Omori? We stayed at a hotel there last month when we visited Tokyo. It seems like a quiet area.

Fried Chicken in every video hahaha

Love this video, my friend!

Everything looks so delicious! I must go back to Tokyo

Another entertaining and exciting video! Thanks bro.

Great video Thank You for sharing.

"Spicier than the child..."

YAY I love your videos !!

Two weeks until we'll be there! WooHoo!

spydude38 have fun !make sure to print out his maps from his website !they were so useful to us in our trip last May !

lucky. i hope i can have vacation this year. i want to visit japan also

spydude38 lucky you!!!!

Clicked notification so fast had to refresh few times to be able to upvote

This is our go-to channel for places to go and food to eat when we go to Japan in November.

first

Nice video as always but I just want point out that the singular for arancini is arancino not arancini (at least in italian). Keep up the good work

The kaisendon looks amazing!

Holy a 20min video!!! I am blessed

Maiko-san's face reminds me with former member of Nogizaka46, Ikoma Rina. Even their voices and their names are quite similar, Maiko-Ikoma~ xD Btw Paulo-san, your videos always make me hungry. :Q

I'd like to see something in the Nerima area in a future video.

笑顔で紹介されていて、とてもステキです! 東京在住なので、今度行ってみます

I love that you are all smiles in your videos! :)

hello! i just want to ask if your filipino? i really like your food crawls.. it makes me hungry...

As always, great content, Paolo. Looking for to the next video!

Can you please do Nakano, Ueno, and Ikebukuro?

No one noticed how he uses chopsticks so much that he even held his fork like one

Love your vlogs and appreciate your effort in making them. I'm travelling myself to Japan next month and thank you guys for all the tips and inspiration of where to go and what to eat. I actually have a question for Maiko (not food related though). How does she manage to have her make-up looking so flawless in such high temperature and humidity? Summer where I'm from is quite hot and humid as well, but I feel like I'm always sweating away my make-up in no time on the hottest days -.- Might be the products I'm using.. Anyway, if she has any tips on products or anything else, please do share :-)

You always make great videos that really celebrate Japan and open it up to all especially travellers who are a little shy because of the language barrier. you and John Daub should team up one day. Cheers

I hate you guys(in a good way) because i want to try all of these and maybe i will never be able to but at the same time i really love you guys you are so good together and i really like what you are doing..μπράβο!!!

Why does this guy sound like his balls were pushed in?

Kagurazaka!! I have to go there ^^

Lol. Maiko and cream puff “holy damn!” You both are starting to borrow each other’s mannerisms. So cute!!! LOVE YOU GUYS!!!!!

I love the amount of effort you put into these videos. Putting all the links to google maps in the description is really helpful too. Thanks Paolo!

Paolo, thanks for sharing your favorite street foods

谷根千pleeeeease!!!!

you should visit someplace non central tokyo like kamata they have a lot of good resturaunts bars

Another video by Maiko and Paolo!!! I love seeing both of your takes on the food

Thank you for your dedication. Really appreciate your hard work!

Please give Hokaiddo trip suggestions I'll go there next year at spring

▶ちょっぴり・・イヤ、  だいぶでっかいけど☺  その分ぎっちり餡が詰まってる  【五目肉まん】 ▶ありそうでなかった?  旨そうな予感しかしない  【ライスコロッケ:ゴルゴンゾーラ】 ▶こどもの頃にはなかった進化系  【氷いちご】 ▶日髙見・富久長の牡蛎にあう酒  をすすめてきた、絶対いきたい  【音鳴】 ─────────────── Paoloとマイコ のこのchannel 今回も☺愉しく見てました ━━━─━━━━━━━━peace━

lolo2877 thank you in Japanese

No, don't do it!...The guy is a buzz kill...

Paolo walks around town with a grey towel. We know how to spot him around town.

Love your videos! They helped us a lot on our first trip to Japan this summer and now I'm preparing for our next trip. :)

I love you man! Awesome videos:D

That beard tho.cant finish watching this video.

mika is too kawaii i adore her i hope i said her name right,,i just enjoy watching you guys you really make my day awesome

explain this ; a geisha is not a prostitute??!!!

Maiko's so cute!!

Would you consider doing private tours?

Thanks いちごちゃん!

Thanks Angela Rebuquiao!

Thanks for watching my videos maczhaber! Here's a link to more information about me www.tokyozebra.com/about Also, check out my earlier videos on my channel to watch my travels in the Philippines.

Thanks for subscribing Betty InArkansas!

hahahah....didn't even notice.

Awesome! Glad you found the info useful Tom Walker! Trying to make these places as accessible as possible for travelers.

Thanks for re-watching my vids Randia Coronacion!

http://www.imaday.jp/shopdetail/000000002162/

Cool! Thanks for the suggestion MageThief! It's on the list.

Cool! Thanks for the suggestion Stuart Fennell! It's on the list.

Thanks for watching K.james Carters! I always have additional information and useful links in the video description.

Awesome! Glad you liked the Sa-Moo-Rai shirt Gina Garnett.

not yet, but will do eventually.

Thanks Nicolas Reveles!

Cool! Thanks for the suggestion vaibhav oswal!

Cool! Thanks for the suggestion Joscelyne Valecourt!

Thanks ツトム! Another awesomely detailed breakdown. Always look forward to your comments.

Thanks Buck White! Trying to show new and different spots in all my videos.

Awesome! Glad you found the info useful ellanie maraguinot!

Thanks for your continued support tamiya frog!

Awesome! Glad you found the info useful Val Von! I am sure your list of places are growing and growing.

Thanks for watching every weekend. I try to get out at least 1 video per week.

Awesome! Glad you found the info useful coconutpanda!

Cool! Thanks for the suggestion Uhhh Yea!

Hello from Tokyo!

Thanks 20daypowderplay! We're hoping the same thing. Hello from Tokyo!

easily done in a day.

Thanks John Evans! I try to show different spots as much as possible.

Paolo fromTOKYO

Thanks Diana Of Markham! Your list must be growing.

Thanks it's your call!!

Thanks roberto bravo!

it was delicious

Thanks Artie!

Cool! Thanks for the suggestion Kettle Korn!

I love Japanese Fried Chicken

Thanks Jade Cummings!

Paolo What does Maiko say before she eats? And what does it mean in english..... I love what she says just Wish i knew how to say it and what it means....

Ahh the Kaisendon looks so good! I miss specialty restaurants all over Japan

Hi. Your Videos are great I can't wait to try some of the places and things you have shown in your videos. I'm going to Japan in October and we are staying near Ryogoku Station. Can you make some recomendations there? Grettings from Mexico for you and Maiko!

Wow thanks for sharing your new top 10 street food! Hide and seek alley lol

Sunday •^• I wanna be there now. Sunday is so far xD

Love your videos! When I go to Japan I definitely want to try the places you show us!

Your videos are mostly sweets! I really enjoy your them, but you may want to rename them in the title box: Sweets of (place)! So not to mislead the viewers. It seems like you enjoy beer and so also various kinds of non-sweet foods. I'm not sure if it's pressure from your girlfriend as seemingly a sweets food lover or not, but most travel and foodie viewers, including myself, watch online vlogs expecting the local non-sweet dishes and not mostly deserts. I must say say though, your videos are getting much better and of greater quality. So consistent, informative, and sometimes entertaining! I hope you take this message constructively as I wish to recommend your awesome channel to friends and family. Best of luck and I look forward to the next video!

Hi Paolo - I heard that Tsukiji Market will be moving to Toyosu Market on October 11, 2018. Would you be able to do a video of this new place including direction to Toyosu Market when it opens? I'll be in Japan in November and would like to visit this market. Thank you.

Nice T-shirt!

Mhmmm! Kakigori

Hi Paolo! I have fallen in love with this series of videos you're doing. They are beautifully filmed, clean and full of your excitement. My friends and I will be visiting Japan next year and we'll be sure to go on a food trip based on one of your videos. I think this video is the winner hehe. Thank you so much and wish you all the very best. If I may ask a question one of my friends is a vegetarian, does the no.1 restaurant have vegetarian options?

Could you make a video of where you could eat A4/A5 Yakiniku cheap in Tokyo?

Can you do Yokohama? I will visit my friend there

Renee Moreno Maiko says “Itadakimasu!!!” which means “Let’s Eat!!!!”

awesome

thefly21 wow how do you know all this .awesome thank you so much for the replie

Renee Moreno Maiko drops the “u” at the end and says it as “Itadakimas!!” Similar to when Japanese people commonly shorten “Arigato gozaimasu!” to “Arigato gozaimas!” when saying Thank You. They drop the “u” at the end.

thefly21 Thank you!

Do you guys travel and do vlogs in other parts of Japan outside Tokyo? I appreciate your vlogs btw. Looking forward to my trip in Fall of 2019. Definitely visiting the spots you recommend. Salamat!

Yup. Tons. Check out my other videos on my channel.

Why noodles

why dont you do students verson

You make some great videos man - it makes me want to visit Japan! Keep it up.

Please make video for where to eat when winter in japan....

7$ for to oysters

Please,stop break food at the begin,It hurts too much my eyes and heart

Hope you add how to go to the places you feature via tokyo metro and jr lines.

Are there any vegetarian options available?

So far, too many sweets!

Hi Modojocor Lee, Just uploaded my review on the New Tsukiji and Toyosu fish market. Let me know what you think. https://youtu.be/cl05DnHnxIw

When you walk and eat the kara'age on a stick, do people stare at you? Or is it more relaxed over there now?

Paulo, can u help my itenary on japan?

i'm writing these down as i watch xD i didn't know about this awesome area

Gonna gain 20lbs on my next trip because basically I want to eat 99% of everything in your videos. You're definitely my favorite Japan food type YouTuber. Keep making awesome vids!

*Among these people, wait not people* lmao Actually caught that while I was afk. Rewound and lol'd at your caption

Is it just me or does he drag out his words a lot. But gooood food, should try out some new foods though. I feel like it’s all the same in every video

How much weight did you gain on this adventure?! LOL

Japan is my dream trip although I'll probably never get to visit. These videos are great and give a nice look at what it's like to be there

Tsujihan was absolutely my favorite meal I had in Tokyo, it was my first time trying kaisendon (and only my 2nd time having raw fish after getting sushi at Tsukiji) and man, it was so so delicious my goodness.

bankara-wa in shibuya has, in my opinion my favorite ramen i ate in japan! :)

Other news