What do you NOT NEED in JAPAN? Ask foreign travellers to give packing advice for Japan.

What do you NOT NEED in JAPAN? Ask foreign travellers to give packing advice for Japan.


– So that can stay in the bag?
– Yeah! We wish we didn’t have to make use of those two umbrellas. They are available to get here but bring one from home. It makes your day a little bit easier. Hey guys this is Cathy Cat and today I am gonna go and ask foreigners in Japan what they packed that they actually don’t need and vice versa what they wish they packed when they came here to Japan Maybe they can give us packing advice for your next trip to Japan. Let’s go and ask foreigners in Japan. Anything you’ve packed and you realized “I don’t really need that”. Our jeans. Yeah, we packed jeans. it’s pretty hot here (late summer in Japan). – What temperature did you expect?
– We expected it to be hot. But packed it just in case. We didn’t expect it to be so humid. So that’s a new temperature to dress to. How are you dealing with the humidity. My hair isn’t dealing with it so well but otherwise it’s quite nice to be somewhere really warm. I didn’t need the converter for the electrical plugs. Didn’t know it (was the same). I thought it’s a different country and I might need something. Turns out I didn’t This is coming from someone from North America. – So that can stay in the bag?
– Yeah. Anything you think you would like to bring to Japan though? Any item you would say: Don’t forget to bring that? Remember to bring battery packs. We got into a casual pokemon go party. Let’s just say without it out whole afternoon would have been disrupted. An umbrella, we weren’t expecting a typhoon to come. So it was really rainy yesterday. That’s pretty much it so far. Well we didn’t bring an umbrella but we saw an umbrella hanging out a garbage can at the airport. So we were fortunate with that. What did you pack that in the end you didn’t need at all. Well, we haven’t needed our swimming costume because last time we came we swam a lot at the hotel. When we were in out first hotel in Osaka it was men only. That was a bit disappointing. We went and had a massage in the spa area but we couldn’t swim. So we don’t use our swimming costumes. I packed boots which I don’t need. And jackets because it’s really hot. compared to England. Stuff like that, just warm clothes. Jumpers. How are you dealing with the temperatures. It’s really hot. Take one umbrella and we bought a couple more. Cause we were having rain as well. We have lots of sunscreen we have not used. You know, factor 50. Because of our white skin. – Not used it yet.
– You have NOT used it yet? We haven’t. We are in shops a lot. We are not sitting in the sun. Walking though the shops so we are not sitting. It’s not like a beach holiday. On the other side, is there anything you wish you had brought? We always said when we packed we wouldn’t take too much. Whatever we had forgotten we would just buy. Everything is available. Apart from the umbrellas we’ve had to buy. Anything when you came here, you were like “I need to buy that!” – No?
– Adapter for our plugs. That was the only thing really. Anything you’d advise someone to pack if they come to Japan. Maybe good shoes because you may walk a lot in Tokyo. It’s such a huge city. What did you pack for Japan that you didn’t need at all? – I think I need everything.
– One thing, the Iphone 4 We wanted to buy a simcard for it but it looks like it’s too old for Japan. – We couldn’t find a card for it.
– Instead we got a portable wifi. That was cool. We love it.
– Yeah we don’t know that from Germany. – We don’t have the pocket wifi.
– Yeah less known. It’s really good and convenient. We use it now with our normal Iphone 6 and 6s. So the Iphone 4 … … had to go back in my bag. There simply wasn’t a sim card for the 4. Sim cards only started for the Iphone 5. Everything else is too old for Japan. But we wish we didn’t have to make use of those two umbrellas we packed. Is there anything you wish you had brought from Germany? I sometimes have a moment when I want to have wholemeal bread again. Germans like eating their bread. But we didn’t do that for Tokyo at all. What would you recommend to people who come to Japan to pack? If it’s in summer, bring really light clothing. Maybe something for the ladies, so their hair doesn’t get to frizzy. – Because of the humidity?
– Exactly. Sunhat and sunglasses is always good. and in winter depending on where you are bring some thicker clothing. It’s pretty cold here in winter. What did you pack that you didn’t need in the end? I packed books on Japanese language from my German university. But I didn’t need them for the whole year that I was in Japan. I was for one year at Shizuoka University. We covered a completely different subject area that in Bonn. And then certain shoes. Especially those with high heels. It’s uncomfortable to be taller than the other people. Is there anything you wish you packed when you came from Germany? I miss German treats like Haribo, it’s so expensive here. I can’t really afford it that much. I like Japanese chocolate too but the German one is better. What did you pack and bring to Japan that you end up not needing at all. – Long clothes?
– Too hot? Yeah. The hotel amenities included toothpaste and such, so I didn’t need to bring my toiletries bag. What did you wish you brought from Germany? A lovely bottle of bavarian beer. – Which one?
– Augustiner beer. Damn right. What would you recommend to others to pack? Pack your best mood and expect the locals to be very kind and attentive. Everything else you can buy if you forgot it. Apart from that you will be perfectly happy. Pack a polite attitude and a big smile. And also basic vocabulary like hello, goodbye, thank you. We got a special guest here, please introduce yourself. Hey guys this is Endigo, a guy from Sweden. YouTuber, musician and vocalist of the band BatAAr. A visual kei, kind of metal band from Sweden. Currently doing the sound track for Tekken seven – It’s great to meet you.
– I am so happy to be here. I am glad you are here too. We did a video together as well. We’ll put it in the links once it’s done. Any item in your bag that you have not used yet, and didn’t need? Several button shirts. I thought I might need this if I go out and want to look fancy. Haven’t used them a single time. In fact most clothes I bought I didn’t use, I just bought here. Everything I am wearing right now I bought in Japan. Except for the shoes. Most clothes I think. Anything you wish you’d brought? More cash for clothes maybe. You always wanna go shopping when you go here. The fashion here is incredible. I like you already. We already spend a whole day together so we like each other anyways but hearing that: PERFECT. Shopping. Anything you’d advice people to bring when they come to Japan? Aside from just cash, cause you wanna do a lot of shopping, I leaned the hard way. Do try to find… what you call it… electric converter for you electric plugs. – Like an adapter?
– Yeah like an adapter. If you don’t bring one you are pretty screwed. They are pretty easy to find here. I didn’t bring one so I had no computer and phone for two days. Until I went to Donkey Hote and found one. So that was nice. They are available to get here but bring one from home. It makes your day a little bit easier. Next time bring some licorice for me. – I will.
– Fantastic. Thank you very much. We had some very efficient packers, mostly the Germans who said “We packed everything very efficiently and we needed everything” “Like it was.” I am sorry for the bad German accent that was just inappropriate there. What are you doing? Now I am a bit more visible. Some people said “We didn’t need the warm jackets” because it was very hot. Now the seasons have changed very quickly. Be sure to check the weather when you come to Japan. It can be very cold or very hot depending on the season. Adapters are a funny thing. Here in Japan we use the plugs that are used in North America, America. Those two small slits. While in Europe and the UK we have different ones. So bring an adapter but also make sure: in your country the electricity rate might be higher. While in Japan it’s quite low. If you bring your blow drier from Europe, for example Germany to Japan, that happened to me. The drier will be like huuuuuuu. Because it won’t have enough energy. While the other way around, if you buy a product here in Japan… and you bring it over to Europe, it might explode. A friend of mine did that with a blow drier. She bought it in Japan and tried to use it in Europe and it went boom. So be very careful about that. And you be careful about that. Don’t drop it, we need that for later. If you are curious about packing I have done a video about packing packing for Mount Fuji. I climbed up Mt Fuji and there are several items you NEED to get. So if you come to Japan and are curious. about going up Mt Fuji there are lots of items you’ll need. I put that in our links at the top right of the screen. I wish you a lovely day. And give us more packing tips about what to take to Japan. Maybe someone else will have a better packing result…? … by you helping them how to pack?! You know what I mean. Anyways, have a lovely day. Catch you soon!

95 Comments

  • I'm Barry

    November 12, 2016

    first^^

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  • darelle amores

    November 12, 2016

    How many languages does cathy speak. amazing! lol

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  • Hope World

    November 12, 2016

    I really want to go to 馃嚡馃嚨

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  • Noyumi Ao

    November 12, 2016

    Japan hotels have EVERYTHING

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  • Totally Not richard dusheke

    November 12, 2016

    where did you learn german

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  • DrProfessor756

    November 12, 2016

    8:43 boom indeed Cathy Cat, boom indeed 馃槈

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  • vacant2012

    November 12, 2016

    Donkey Hote (per the subtitle)?! I assume that was supposed to be Don Quixote. 馃槢

    Regarding converters, one of the couples mentioned from US/NA you don't need one. It's true the plugs are more or less the same between Japan and US, but there are some differences.

    First, US outlets are 110v whereas Jp outlets are 100v. Of course you don't have to worry about your electronics blowing up, but depending on the actual electronic it may not be able to draw enough power if it relies on the 110v. You'll have to check the info on each of your electronics to make sure it will work on what you're going to bring. Most of the stuff I had was made to work with 100v-240v, so that wasn't an issue.

    I did end up buying a converter because I was reading Japan doesn't use much in the way of grounded plugs (ie; the kind with 3 prongs instead of 2). At the very least I can confirm the hotel in which I'm currently staying only has two prong outlets available. I bought an adapter that would convert a 3 prong plug to a two prong plug. My laptop would be dead by now if I didn't have that. 馃槈

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  • Corgi Kun

    November 12, 2016

    well, you need a warm sweater or coat for the plane or return home

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  • Qc

    November 12, 2016

    Somebody watched Kamen Rider

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  • HamasakiFanz

    November 12, 2016

    Pls dont interview in German LOL

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  • Jamie Dee

    November 12, 2016

    So….basically just bring a backpack with light clothes, your tablet, an adapter, and each supplies. If you're planning to live in Japan just bring your coats for winter, an umbrella, your tablet or phone plus adapter, and best smile/attitude. Japan is going to be fun.

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  • buenawil

    November 12, 2016

    Bring JR Pass and a pair of shoes that slip on and off easily.

    And also, a small gifts from your home country if you鈥檒l be staying with a Japanese host/ family. It doesn鈥檛 need to be be expensive but something that's thoughtfully selected鈥nd not already readily available in Japan 馃檪

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  • Mara Ram

    November 12, 2016

    In my case what I realized is that I should have packed more long sleeves t-shirts. It was May and it was pretty hot, but I really wished I had long sleeves to protect my skin from the sun because I got burnt pretty bad, even though I used sun cream. I also realize i didnt need as many clothes as I had packed.

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  • Mara Ram

    November 12, 2016

    i am not sure what they mean by "there was no sim card for iphone 4". If they are talking about those sims that provide internet connection during your stay in japan, i used it and my phone is worse than an iphone 4.

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  • KiwiamMorgen Kaktus

    November 12, 2016

    Wie viele Sprachen sprichst du ?

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  • hasen195

    November 12, 2016

    Summer? Typhoons? Did you film this three months ago?

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  • saldiven2009

    November 12, 2016

    When I was in Tokyo in August, three typhoons went through in the 8 days I was there, and another one went through two days after I left.

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  • GlitterS xxx

    November 12, 2016

    Ich wusste gar nicht das du Deutsch sprechen kannst!^~^

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  • Crystalheartsnerds

    November 12, 2016

    Comfortable shoes. And be prepared to climb a lot of stairs.

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  • Vee

    November 12, 2016

    Those German people saying "pack your biggest smile and good mood" made me so happy!!

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  • ivxlcdm

    November 12, 2016

    Hello everyone 馃檪 how hot/cold it can actually get? I lazily "researched" this and thought I'd share since this surprised me (I thought it would get colder than that): http://www.data.jma.go.jp/gmd/cpd/longfcst/en/tourist_japan.html, http://www.japan-guide.com/e/e2273.html. I'm amazed…the coldest temperature according to the latter statistic is around -8 C! So it doesn't get super cold (in Japan they don't have to suffer from those -25C -30C freezing temperatures on the worst cold winter days, I'm a bit jealous).

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  • ricky gunz

    November 12, 2016

    seriously who is the girl at 2:40

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  • Will Nguyen

    November 12, 2016

    Hey, I'm planning on going to Mount Fuji next summer, do you have that link to your video on what to pack?

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  • R谈i谈n谈 L谈 Y谈e谈e谈

    November 12, 2016

    Oh, hello Endigo! ^-^

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  • William Hickey

    November 12, 2016

    endigo!!!!! :0

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  • joshua6053

    November 12, 2016

    Kathy cat: You sound so sexy when speaking German. I wish I could speak so fluently too

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  • KatieFahey23

    November 13, 2016

    One thing that I've noticed for women who may stay in Japan for quite some time, bring more bras then you might think you need. A lot of foreign women in Japan say that they can't find bras in their correct size since Japanese women are often smaller busted, and also have smaller rib cages so band sizes are too small as well.

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  • Itchy Evil

    November 13, 2016

    Its nice to find such a lovely fellow being!

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  • Karoline Yuuki

    November 13, 2016

    Already liked Endigo. Just going to see his band right now XD

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  • MorningStarSlayer

    November 13, 2016

    Kathy you're stunning 馃槏

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  • KingNothing

    November 13, 2016

    As a matter of Pack, I love Packing in Japan!

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  • Romy / 銈儶銉笺儬銇°們銈

    November 13, 2016

    Bring a something small with you that's typical in your country and you can give to Japanese people you might meet while travelling as a "thank you"!

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  • Netabii

    November 13, 2016

    hey i just stumbled across your channel and i pretty freaking good. I love their reactions. I would love you to do a reaction on how Japanese people think about British people and then show them pictures of chavs ( is chav just a british thing?)

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  • Y B-Ocarina

    November 14, 2016

    Cathy im sure the producer was curious about what you where saying in german !!!!

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  • Anthea Cosentino

    November 14, 2016

    I lived in Japan for 5 months and had a couple of things that I had trouble finding. Cotton wool balls were the first one, I don't think they exist in Japan so bring some from home if you use them. Also for the ladies, tampons. Also shoes can be difficult to buy if you have larger feet. I'm an Australian size 10. I could find a very limited selection in places like Forever 21 and H&M, but other than that you're pretty much on your own.

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  • I'm Purrito

    November 15, 2016

    woah she's German?? Krass! Ist mir nicht aufgefallen 馃榾

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  • Cynthia Rojas

    November 17, 2016

    cathy cat where you from? you talk german so gooD 馃檪

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  • 銈躲儬

    November 17, 2016

    I just came back from Tokyo. It was my first trip to Tokyo. What I wished I had packed with me was moisturizer (for your skin). Being a guy and coming from a tropical climate country I had never used moisturizers. In Tokyo, this November it was very cold and dry, that it made my skin dry up especially my face since that was the part that gets exposed to the wind most of the time.聽My聽skin started cracking and became itchy. I ended up getting a聽moisterizer at a conbini.

    I also advice renting mobile/portable wifi so you could access google map or some other navigation app聽from anywhere聽when you need to find your way around, or just for keeping intouch with your friends thru social media.

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  • Cellofrelle

    November 17, 2016

    Had the same problem as Cathy with my German blowdryer 馃榾

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  • Gustavo Duran

    November 18, 2016

    You must be kidding me german too?

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  • Joyce Huang

    November 28, 2016

    Can we get a winter version of this? I will be heading to Japan in January and have no idea what to pack! Please help~ D:

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  • Ye Bruz

    December 1, 2016

    In Australia hot would be considered 35 degrees Celsius and living in Japan at its hottest would be nice warm ideal weather for me XD

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  • Yva L

    December 3, 2016

    The guy at 5:37 has the right idea :')

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  • mutsi yo

    February 9, 2017

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  • irgendein m盲del

    February 12, 2017

    youre german????omg yessss ! yess ! wuhuuuuuu^^ na endlich ich liebe deine videos ^^ dein japanisch ist voll gut 馃檪 wie lange bist du schon in japan?

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  • Leah Hinton

    February 18, 2017

    Das war doch mal ein guter Lauf, mit so vielen Deutschen in der Fu脽g盲ngerzone 馃榾

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  • Ben Franklin99

    February 22, 2017

    Re electricity: half of Japan is 50 Hz, and half is 60 Hz, and the voltage is 100 volts. 50 volts is a slow alternating current, and 100 volts is less than the 110 -115 in N. America.

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  • 銈广偤銈儝銉偄銈

    March 23, 2017

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  • J D

    March 24, 2017

    3 fluent languages (shown in the video at least). Impressive, Cat.

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  • Flair Asmr

    March 27, 2017

    Any Spanish speakers??? I hope I am not the only one 侃(喙戔潧岽椻潧喙)鄱(鈦庘亶檀虇茞鈦嵦刺嗏亷)

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  • Eden

    March 28, 2017

    damn girl you go how many languages do you know? i subscribed mostly bc of how you interacted with so many ppl and how you where able to use your languages so fluently! i hope that one day ill be able to go to japan and even hopefully one day learn and use Japanese! i would even love to learn other languages like you may i ask how you learned so many and in what way ? this is a old vid but i hope you reply!

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    April 2, 2017

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  • 銇点亞銇熴伒銇嗐仧

    April 8, 2017

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  • Ni chan

    April 18, 2017

    Wer will jetzt auch nach Japan?

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  • David Ben-Abraham

    April 21, 2017

    I think the German lady in 3:57 gave us a clue as to why the Japanese people are nearly all very slim, and it is because they do not eat much bread in their diet.

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  • Fakei Namei

    April 27, 2017

    Donkey Hote? lmao, it's not Don Quixote?

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  • Andrew Gamez

    May 10, 2017

    live in texas where the climate is never the same so I'll probably enjoy my time there

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  • K FK

    July 19, 2017

    This channel needs more subs, I like the way you interview a lot 鈾
    And the post video info is very useful 鈾

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  • Mori Soba

    July 22, 2017

    Haribo

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  • Izi de Oliveira

    July 29, 2017

    This is a question for Cathy Cat, how many languages do you speak and wich ones?

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  • Teilzeitotaku

    October 22, 2017

    …mein Smartphone habe ich im Juni 2017 zuhause gelassen…und ich habe es nicht vermisst.

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  • theharper1

    November 6, 2017

    I hope people don't follow the clothing instructions for summer when they visit Japan in winter – unless they are going to Okinawa! 馃檪 Comfortable shoes are really important for a visit to Japan, because you will walk a lot!

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  • Cat

    November 22, 2017

    Wait? Japan has NA outlets?

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  • Caffee

    March 19, 2018

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  • 銉欍兂銈稪API HITARA

    March 31, 2018

    How Many Languages do you speak, Ask Japanese?

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  • pyroguy175

    April 16, 2018

    5:58 Trying to do devil horns, does the shocker instead

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  • 銇嗐倱銇°仭銈冦倱

    April 30, 2018

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  • Sophie Ros茅

    May 28, 2018

    omg i didnt know you were german! How awesome !!鈾

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  • Souless Deeds

    June 5, 2018

    lol a german with a german accent making fun of germans and german accents. That cracked me up.

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  • BDominique

    June 8, 2018

    I cant find the mount fuji video 馃槪

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  • Jim Ellison

    June 11, 2018

    GREAT VIDEO…………..

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  • Delal

    June 12, 2018

    Ohhh wir cool wusste gar nicht , dass du aus Deutschland kommst 馃槃

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  • ludantika smith

    July 15, 2018

    the department store the swede mentioned we also found and bought adapters there. but because of the penguin on the stores we just called it the penguinshop, not even gonna try and remember the name XD

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  • Lost Cause

    July 19, 2018

    Sie spricht Deutsch aber man findet nur selten deutsche Untertitel. Echt schade 馃檨

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  • JLCodes

    July 20, 2018

    How many languages does she speak?

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  • Vinay

    July 24, 2018

    Those German women were speaking so fast, I thought the video speed up. lol.

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  • Gabriella

    July 30, 2018

    i actually never knew that about the outlets! since i鈥檓 from the usa i guess that鈥檚 convenient but i鈥檒l look into that voltage thing cause YIKES

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  • Meagan Mutuc

    August 2, 2018

    I had just came from Japan a week ago how did I really not see this or search this up -_-

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  • Anna

    August 28, 2018

    Wieso wusste ich bis eben nicht dass du aus Deutschland kommst 馃槀 Oder ist dein deutsch einfach nur so gut? 馃榾

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  • TrueMofo

    September 13, 2018

    What time of the year was this? I will be going to Japan in November. How is the wether then? Will be going to Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto. Thanks!

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  • TwistySpiny

    October 8, 2018

    Subtitles at 7:18. Isn't it Don Quijote?

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    October 20, 2018

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  • Slyder81

    December 7, 2018

    How warm is it near mid-March in Japan? I plan on going for the last 2 weeks of March when I visit in 2020 馃檪 I plan on packing very light since I plan on backpacking across Japan 馃檪

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  • Meladane Calderon

    February 4, 2019

    Will I be able to use my hair straightener from the USA or do I need a converter? I do have an adapter only

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  • Phi avir

    February 20, 2019

    Umbrellas? I'm from the UK. The only time I use an umbrella is when I decide to undertake a nannying job

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  • Ms Spears

    February 27, 2019

    So, on the bowing in Japan. My question is do most foreigners know the types of bowing or do they not even bother. Do Japanese people think foreigners need to know when to bow?

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  • Robert Lang

    March 12, 2019

    Holy crap, how many languages does the hostess speak? That's impressive.

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  • Mighty Corndog of America

    March 14, 2019

    6:08 I knew I knew that dude 馃榾

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  • JanEn3

    March 16, 2019

    Wow

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  • stolen nimbus

    June 3, 2019

    At 7:21 Donkey Hote 馃槀馃槀馃槀. I think it's suppose to be Don Quijote.

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  • League of Gentlemen New

    August 5, 2019

    DO NOT BRING YOUR CHILDREN TO JAPAN 馃毇馃嚡馃嚨JAPAN STOP ABDUCTING CHILDREN ITS A DISGRACE SHAME ON OLYMPIC COMMITTEE TOKYO 2020 BOYCOTT 馃嚡馃嚨 WARNING DO NOT TAKE CHILDREN TO JAPAN FOREIGNERS TOURISTS HAVE NO LEGAL OR HUMAN RIGHTS in 馃嚡馃嚨馃毇

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  • 灏忔布娴╀竴

    September 4, 2019

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  • 銈裤儹銉婃湀

    September 13, 2019

    鏉ユ棩銇椼仧浜恒伄銇熴仩銇熴仩鏃ユ湰銈€偛銇嫊鐢汇倛銈婃湁鎰忕京銇嫊鐢汇仹銇欍

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  • Alix Friedman

    September 20, 2019

    This is great, realizing what to leave behind

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  • 銉ㄣ兗銉儍銉戙仌銈夈伀鏉辨銈掓敾鐣ャ仚銈嬨儊銉c兂銉嶃儷

    September 21, 2019

    people who can speak German language is soo cool. I wish I could speak some phrase.

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