Pictures That PROVE Japan is Not Like Any Other Country!

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Japan to Australia 🗾 What Shocked Me When I Came Home 🗻

Hello everyone (*˘︶˘*).。.:*♡ Today I wanted to speak to you about Reverse Culture Shock and the things that surprised me when I moved home to Adelaide, Australia, after living in Tokyo, Japan. I've been back in Australia for a little while, and though I've gotten used to most of these things, some of them really threw me when I first came back. I find culture and the concept of culture shock so, so interesting; if you've experienced reverse culture shock, please let me know ~ I hope you enjoy the video and have a lovely day! FAQ . 🗻 . 🍄 . 🗻 . 🍄 . What camera equipment/software do you use? Camera: Canon 600d with the kit lens or a 50mm f/1.4 lens. Software: Adobe Premiere Pro for editing and colour grading and Adobe After Effects/Photoshop for titles and motion graphics. Microphone: my laptop. Donate ☕️☁️ Music // My Shop // My Skincare Routine // Toner: Skin Prep Water: Moisturiser: Find Me Elsewhere // ☕️☁️

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Trying Ramen Noodles in Osaka, Japan 🍜

Come join us for another Japanese food review video in Osaka, Japan where this time we are trying Ramen noodles in Osaka, Japan in a famous neighbourhood called Dōtonbori. For those who have never tried Japanese Ramen, they are wheat noodles served in a meat and/or fish broth flavored with both soy sauce and miso with typical toppings added including dried seaweed, green onions, sliced pork and gyoza dumplings. Each prefecture in Japan has its own variation and so if you're traveling around Japan you can try a different style of ramen wherever you go. For this particular food video we were still fighting jeg lag so we ended up having ramen for breakfast. It is the type of meal you can eat anytime of day as many shops are 24 hours in busy parts of Osaka. If you'd like to try ramen at the same shop we visited the address is listed below: Kamukura Dotombori Ramen Restaurant Address: 1 Chome-7-25 Dotonbori, Chuo Ward, Osaka, Osaka Prefecture 542-0071, Japan Phone: +81 6-6211-3790 Have you tried Ramen before? What was the best Japanese ramen you've ever had? Let us know in the comments below. 私たちは、日本で最初にラムを試して、朝食用の「かくらら道頓堀」を訪れてみましょう。日本ではどこでラーメンを食べるのが最適でしょうか?下記のコメントでお知らせください。 GEAR WE USE Panasonic GH5: Canon G7X ii: Rode Video Micro: Joby Gorilla Pod: SanDisk 16GB Extreme Pro: SOCIAL MEDIA & TRAVEL BLOGS AUDREY: blog: instagram: facebook: twitter: SAMUEL: blog: facebook: twitter: instagram: Trying Ramen Noodles in Osaka, Japan 🍜 Travel Food Video Transcript: Well good morning guys. Good morning. Second full day here in Osaka (大阪). We are still super jet lagged. We woke up at 1 am in the morning. It is now quarter to 5 am. I know it feels like it is later on in the day. It is hilarious that it is only five in the morning. In fact the metro is just opening up now. We are heading out. We found a ramen shop that is open 24 hours a day. And we figured this is perfect. We are jet lagged, we need food, let's go eat some ramen noodles (ラーメン). We have made it to Dōtonbori (道頓堀) and the place we wanted to go to is packed. It is super tiny and it is kind of like a bar style restaurant where you just sit. You sit at the bar and you slurp on your noodles but there is no space so we walked around found another place where we actually have to order from a machine. Yes. Interesting. And that should be fun. That is what we're going to do. We're just reading the menu that is outside and then we'll place our order. I'm getting number 6 the Ramen with soft-boiled seasoned egg and Sam is going for number 11 the meat filled wonton dumplings Ramen (ラーメン). We have our receipts. Sam is going to give us a quick history of Ramen. Yes. Courtesy of wikipedia. Ramen is a Japanese dish it consists of Chinese style wheat noodles served in a meat or occasionally fish based broth. Often flavoured with soy sauce or miso. And uses toppings such as sliced pork, dried seaweed and green onions. Nearly every region in Japan has its own variation of ramen from the tonkatsu pork one to bone broth ramen of Kyushu to the miso ramen of Hokkaido. Alright and so ramen (ラーメン) is the specialty of Japan and we can't wait to try ours. That was a great meal. The price of the meal um in terms of the ramen was 1740 Yen which is just under 16 US dollars. Basically 8 per person. I thought that was excellent value. Like the sizes were huge. Like this is one of the biggest breakfasts I've had in a very very long time. The ingredients were fresh and it was just a cool eating environment. There were a lot of other people in there slurping surprisingly this early in the morning. If you are in Osaka (大阪) or really anywhere in Japan to be honest definitely make sure to have a few bowls of ramen (ラーメン). Ramen. Ciao for now. This is part of our Travel in Japan video series showcasing Japanese food, Japanese culture and Japanese cuisine. Music by Artlist:

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Japan is a country that has a lot to offer—a lot to teach—this world, and for those who have never been there, you may not even know just what they do differently that we could learn from. In Japan, you’ll find exciting things that you’ve probably never even thought about; things good and bad, but all interesting. We’re here to show you some of those things and to show you Pictures That Prove Japan is Not Like Any Other Country!

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6. Woah. Awesome!
Apparently, this note says, “I accidentally knocked over your bike and broke your bell. I am very sorry.” Let that sink in. Not only was someone courteous enough to leave a note explaining what happened, but they also left money to get a replacement as well. We’re sure there are other countries where people are this friendly and honest and take responsibility for their actions. Then you go to some places where, if someone picks a parking spot where their car won’t fit… they’ll either bump into surrounding cars on the way in and not care at all, or they’ll fit and then slam their doors into the vehicles around them, again, not caring one bit. If only we lived in a better world. If only we lived in Japan.

5. So Thoughtful!
As we all know, a lot of sticks of gum come in wrappers which are perfect for helping to dispose of said gum after it loses its flavor and is ready to be spit out. But what about the packs of gum that don’t come with the pieces individually wrapped? Like the packs of Eclipse in the plastic containers or those that come in those half foil, half plastic packets where you push the gum through the foil. With those, you don’t have anywhere to dispose of the gum when you’re done with it, besides, you know, the trash. Well, in Japan, they have packs of gum that come in plastic containers that also include a sticky note pad inside so you can tear off a piece of paper and wrap your gum in it. The Japanese seem to think of basically everything, don’t they? They’re so thoughtful!

4. Cool Lockers… Literally
Some malls offer storage lockers for your stuff while you shop, but a lot of times these lockers cost you something and store only things that you don’t mind sitting at room temperature. In Japan, some shopping malls offer these great, refrigerated storage compartments to keep anything perishable you may be carrying good, and that’s just fantastic. We all know those times where we go shopping out of order or forget we need something from somewhere, but if we go to the grocery store first, we feel the need just to head home to get our perishable items in a fridge. But with this system, it doesn’t matter what order you shop in because the Japanese have your back! The lockers can only hold so much, though, so don’t expect your entire shopping trips worth of groceries to fit, but for just a few things, this is perfect!

3. This—We Need This!
You know when you go out to a restaurant and can’t make up your mind on what you want to get to eat, and it’s made all that much more difficult because you can’t see what the plate is actually going to look like before you get it? Well, some restaurants in Japan take care of that up front and give you a little sneak preview of just what you’re diving into before you make the leap. Some displays have fake food in them, but that show how each of their menu items is set up, so you can avoid the disappointment when you finally decide on a meal and it comes out and is much smaller or less appetizing looking than you’d thought it would be. This is also a great way to sell more food and to have happier customers, and, not to mention, less food sent back because someone is unhappy. This book of pages we need to take from Japan is getting rather large.

2. Hehe
We all know that the Japanese are the Kings and Queens of the selfie, so why wouldn’t their touristy spots have built-in cell phone holders for the perfect selfie angles and shots? You can find stands like this one in many places perfect for snapping a quick pic, and with them, it’s much easier to get a good shot that’s basically already all lined up for you! Set up your phone, snap a quick picture, and move on so someone else can get a photo too! The only problems are that all of the pictures taken from these have to look the same! There’s not much differentiating one can do with taking an image from a predetermined place. But still, this is cool, and helpful when you need the perfect picture in picturesque settings!


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