Kyoto Street Food | Tour of Nishiki Market (錦市場), Japan

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  1. Just came back from there. Mmmm conger eels and octopus on a stick. An amazing place. Followed by the sweets cakes and chocolates floor of Daimaru

  2. Hi guys, love your content ! Looks like it's very hot in Kyoto currently. What's the "real feel' temperature currently ? Is it comparable to the heat in some southern European countries in the summer ? I'm asking because I'm planning to go to Japan somewhere in the next 1 to 4 months, and I really can't stand too much heat.

  3. Interesting, thanks again for sharing…….Given Kyoto was the old capital of Japan, what I noticed, the areas you visited were quite clean and orderly as usual since it's Japan; but honestly, Kyoto seems quite different than Tokyo……I think Kyoto is "less" of everything with all the following adjectives compared to Tokyo: bubbly, hectic, serious and cartoonish ……I say this coz, I once visited Tokyo like 19 yrs ago, it was really nice, but to me it seemed rather too serious and cartoonish (mainly Shibuya)!

  4. Hi Audrey & Sam. I enjoy all your videos. Wouldn't miss them for the world. Food looked good. You make everything look so yummy. I'm having pizza and hot peppers with creme cheese. Well take care and see you in the next one. From Bethlehem Pa.

  5. Sam Turned into Mark Wien When He Ate Tuna & Salmon Sashimi, Tilting His Head in 30 Degrees Lol ❗❗❗❗❗❗✌️💯😂😁
    We Love Those Reaction ❕❕❕❕❕❕
    No Word of Description Can Match THAT REACTION.

    Side Note : When You Buy Fish Cake in JAPAN You Have to BE CAREFUL ❗
    EspeciaLly When They're Categorized " Kamaboko(蒲鉾)" Things.
    Even We Japanese Are Cheated.
    In Old Days in Order to Have Minced Fish Meat Stick Each Other Before Moulding, They Vigorously Stir Minced Meat and Salt & Bit of Tunagi – POTATO STARCHY THING Together For A Long Time.
    But These Days They Tend to Omit Such Cumbersome Process Saving Money & Time Instead They Add Tons of Starchy Thing in Order to Take Shape ❕❕❕❕❕❕⤵️👊💩😱😡
    That's WHY THEY'RE SO CHEWY LIKE RUBBER AND TASTE HORRIBLE ❕
    Good Kamaboko Contains Only Tiny Quantity of Starchy Thing And Taste ReaLly GOOD that They're Entiled to Claim Themselves " Fish Cake ".
    Almost of " Cheese Kamaboko " Are RUBBISH ❗ Stay Away from 'em.
    To Make It Worse The Cheese Used in This Type of Snack Are MORE CELLULOSE THING Rather than Real CHEESE ❗
    You Can Imagine HOW COMBINATION OF STARCH + CELLULOSE TASTE LIKE ❗❗❗❗❗❗😖

    And ONE MORE THING THAT YOU SHOULD AVOID IN JAPAN is Pseudo – Ice Cream ラクトアイス Lact Ice that Are Sold Almost All the Supermarket & Conveni Stores in JAPAN Impersonating Ice Cream.
    Sadly to Say Probably 80% or More Ice Cream Lookalike Things Sold in JAPAN Are Lact Ice that Have HARDLY TRUE MILK FAT CONTENTS Instead COMPOSED WITH VEGETABLE FAT, ARTIFICIAL COLORING, ARTIFICIAL SCENT, ARTIFICIAL SWEETNER, PRESERVATIVE & MANY MORE ADDITIVE STABILIZER AGENT.
    So If You Eat 'em Much More Thirstier You'll Become than Before You Eat 'em and Your Mouth Gets Stickier and Aftertaste is Awful, ALL IN ALL HORRIBLE IN EVERY RESPECT ❕❕❕❕❕❕
    SO NEVER BUY & EAT ラクトアイス Lact Ice in JAPAN. You Can Tell on Package It Says " ラクトアイス ".

    We Have 3 Categories in Ice Cream Things.

    1. (True)Ice Cream – More than 8% of Real Milk Fat.
    2. Ice Milk – 3 to 8% of Milk Fat.
    3. Lact Ice – Less than 3% of Milk Fat but The Case is They've Got ActuaLly 0% Milk Fat in FACT ❕

    So You Should Buy at Least More than Ice Milk – Sometimes Italian Gelato Are Categorized in This.

  6. 5:19 It is written that "I must not eat here" Did you eat there intentionally?
    It is the entrance of others
    居住地の玄関ですね、わざとここで食べた?

  7. Just returned from a week in Japan, which included a day in Kyoto (Gion, Teramachi, Nishiki). Sadly, those places were so overrun with hordes of rude, loud, ill-mannered tourists that the experience was completely ruined. Kyoto is a beautiful city, but the overwhelming abundance of crass foreigners (especially those from one particular large Asian nation) who have no respect for Japanese culture made going there really unpleasant. Because we're of Japanese descent and speak the language, our taxi drivers were very forthcoming with their opinions about the problem. They are disgusted by it all, as are most other Japanese (very few of them go to these spots), but what can one do? But Sam and Audrey, just by their not eating while walking (at least on video), appear to understand the rules of public behavior in Japan, which is a welcome change from what we actually experienced. If you're thinking of visiting Japan, don't add to the problem — educate yourself first.

  8. How to succeed with Japanese food. The work in which an overseas person succeeds by all means is a Japanese-style pancake. I think Hiroshima wind is also good for that. In which country is the material also obtainable? Fried noodles and an Otafuku source can be bought at Amazon. The technique is different from other Japanese food, and everyone can master immediately. A tool can be bought only by an iron plate and an easy tool and that can also be bought at Amazon. If a store is kept in your country, visitors would gather immediately. I'd also hope that you make fried noodles and a Japanese steak from 2 years later.
    It's expensive, so when it's done like lower HP, the Kobe beef is easy and can do soft meat like Japanese Cattle. After that, tempura would also be good. When also cooking this like lower HP, it would be possible to make Japanese real tempura. When tempura has not been just fried, it doesn't become good. So it's necessary to eat at a store. Sauce of tempura (OTUYU) can also be bought at Amazon. There is also a way to eat with salt. A store would also be increased and be a millionaire 10 years later.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch? v=pdRhrcJists https://www.youtube.com/watch? v=VHJpj6k8Jsg
    https://www.youtube.com/watch? v=1dU9au5K2Mo
    https://www.youtube.com/watch? v=fbtCvzv4MXM
    https://www.youtube.com/watch? v=_M-q8APe0BU
    https://www.youtube.com/watch? v=fPHX4NoARNU

  9. few hundreds yen this, few hundreds yen that.. at the end, the total is expensive. maybe you guys should try street food in Taiwan, much cheaper.

  10. For those who like sake… there is a sake shop along the market that has a huge selection including their in house sake which is kept in a barrel with a tap ready to serve

  11. Within the price range the item you get can be so totally random. That one cheese fish bamboo shaped stick vs a whole crepe. I mean right? Thanks for trying them out so next time I know what to get. Cheers!

  12. 👎👎 I acknowledge that we all
    like what we personally like; but,
    as a viewer and fan……you guys
    are always eating fish! It's
    DISGUSTING!!😝😵🤢🤮🤮🤮!!!

  13. Also Kyoto is known for its pure water and tofu. Gotta try a tofu kaiseki meal. Have to ask a Japanese speaking person to book one for you

  14. this place is on my to-do list for next week because the last time I was there I went to early and several the shops were closed. I definitely want to try the sushi skewers and those soy donuts.

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