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  • Morning guys. I just came back from a morning sprint to get a Pokemon. There was only five minutes left

  • it was a kilometer away so I ran there, and I got it and then I ran back

  • It was another Slakoth and I used a Pinap berry so I got six candies, yes

  • We're heading to the recycle store now. So gonna take you guys on a tour. It's my absolute

  • Favorite store- they have clothing, they have plushies they have

  • Figures...what else do they have- they have like a snack section like a traditional Japanese snack section

  • Keyboard-san likes the One Piece section, so he usually looks through that and comes home with another figure for his desk

  • There's a jewelry and a watch section. There's tons of stuff. Anyways, so I'm gonna take you guys for the grand tour

  • We're going there now

  • Say bye bye to my, my wardrobe- big chunk of it

  • We're at the recycle store now

  • I'm in the girls section. The girls section is a lot smaller than the guy section unfortunately, but it's still quite large

  • Lots of clothes and shoes and purses

  • Those are interesting

  • Sometimes you can find brand-new things here with the tags still on, especially after lucky bag season

  • Because if people don't like what they got, they just take it to the recycle store

  • Without even wearing it once

  • This one is (Japanese) "sen ni hyaku", so about twelve dollars

  • And then stuff that isn't a well-known brand will be a lot cheaper

  • They often sort things by the brand so it's really easy to find stuff

  • This winter jacket by Lip Service is only

  • two thousand

  • Eight hundred yen. Less than $30

  • Recently they've started selling Big Bang's stuff too

  • lots of the merch from concerts and

  • stuff around like kujis

  • Nicole would like this

  • $10, that's a good price

  • Hello

  • There's some posters

  • Here's the Johnny's section- the Japanese boy idols

  • Mostly just photo cards, oh looks like they have some concert merch

  • here though

  • Light sticks, oh, that's so cute. Oh, she has the cutest light stick

  • Some female idols as well- not very many though- the female idol section's really small

  • Whoa, they're mystery boxes with Idol goods. This is Kanjani8.

  • This is like a

  • mixture of

  • K-pop ones

  • They'd be fun to like unbox

  • Should I get this and unbox it with Nicole

  • The One Piece section I was talking about

  • Keyboard-san's favourite.

  • We've been looking for a certain two figures for a while, and we can't find them. They must be super rare

  • We've got four out of the six of the collection

  • but

  • they're nowhere to be found

  • But recycle stores are a really great place to get figures cuz you can get them for really good prices

  • and the selection here is insane

  • There's so many

  • Look at all these figures

  • And this is all just One Piece

  • there's some Dragonball

  • Giant Dragonball plushie

  • He tries to buy Doflamingo every time I come here

  • how much?

  • Christmas Chopper

  • Tons of really pretty dolls too - I'm always looking at these when I come in here

  • these range in price from about

  • $70 to about $170

  • The anime merch is the craziest. There must be at least

  • Like ten thousand figures in this store alone

  • Again, really cheap - these are all $10 each

  • Recycle stores are a great place to come for souvenirs - you have friends who like anime

  • Many of these have never been opened- they're sealed in the box

  • Some wall scrolls

  • Sonico

  • my favorite section

  • So it's really cute teacups for two dollars, and if you find three items with this sticker on it you can get them for five dollars

  • Such a good price.

  • Chibi Sonico

  • Really cute, all five in the set for $30.

  • They always have some Sailor Moon stuff, but not much

  • lots of gachas

  • Sakura Hatsune Miku Nendoroid for $18, feel that that's a really good price - in the box, brand-new

  • This is a huge Sonico, how tall is it - it's one-fifth scale

  • This is my hand for reference. It's really big

  • it's also a hundred dollars

  • This is the Gundam section - the kits where you make them yourself

  • So many, and again, really really cheap, way cheaper than if you bought them new

  • Even though lots of them still are brand new, and they haven't been used

  • about $30.

  • This giant one is

  • $80.

  • These are all about $20

  • Keyboard-san wants a Gundam now

  • How much

  • My favorite part of the recycle stores are the little

  • Lucky boxes that they do - you have no idea, well

  • You can kind of get an idea cuz you can see a little bit

  • But you can't see everything, so you don't really know what you're gonna get and they're quite cheap. Sometimes

  • You can find some really cool stuff in there

  • And they usually have a theme, so you can look through them and try and find one you like

  • Sometimes I get the Pokemon ones and get lots of those little sofubi figures that I paint

  • found lots of lucky boxes

  • K-On

  • (Reads the Japanese)

  • Pretty girls

  • Sonico and K-On

  • Five dollars

  • Oh, it's like a 3D, 3D picture

  • If you look hard you can find stuff from video games too, but it's mostly from anime

  • I'm always looking for Final Fantasy stuff. There's really not much- you'd expect there'll be anymore

  • Cuz it's Japan, but

  • They're kinda hard to find.

  • There's a UFO catcher for a (Nintendo) Switch, what. That must be so hard

  • It's 200 yen per play

  • How many plays will it take to knock it down?

  • This is the traditional Japanese snack section. It's a mix of stuff

  • That's been around forever and some newer snacks. One of my faves

  • sweet potato jelly, it's

  • So good

  • There's actually something I wanted to get from here to show you guys

  • I got one before and then I forgot to show it in a video, so I'm going to see

  • If they have it still

  • Didn't have the one I was looking for but I got a couple things to show you guys

  • And I'm gonna look at my house because I think I still have it somewhere

  • So I'm gonna stop by here and grab some food for Keyboard-san, he's hungry

  • Luna

  • Maro

  • Hey

  • Hi

  • So we printed out my visa application form for Korea, and it's a freaking novel

  • Twenty pages long

  • Now that I have this cute little teapot, it's so easy to make loose leaf tea, so I'm gonna try out

  • It's not a snack. I'm sorry. It's a tea. I'm sorry. Do you want a snack?

  • Do you want a snack Maro?

  • Want a snack?

  • Is it snack time?

  • Okay, we'll get back to the tea in a sec.

  • What snack do you want. Luna, pick a snack? What do you want?

  • What do you want? Come here

  • What do you want?

  • Want a tube?

  • Where are the tubes?

  • Don't have any tubes. There's none left.

  • Sorry - oh there they are, it's your lucky day, what flavor is it?

  • Lobster, fancy

  • Are you gonna share?

  • It's like Lady in the Tramp with the tube

  • Is it good? You like that one.

  • Maro, get in there, you're not gonna get any

  • Ah it's on my leg. Maro, get it, my leg

  • There ya go

  • Because this is orange flavor, I think it'll taste so good with vanilla soy milk

  • Let's let that steep for four minutes

  • Mmm. Not really sweet, but just enough

  • I really like that. Okay, I'm gonna go write my book of visa

  • application papers

  • I'll be back in a couple hours to show you guys what I got at the recycle store, those little um

  • Japanese snacks that I got

  • Two hours later.

  • I just got a package from Australia. I've been waiting for this

  • Yes

  • Oh my god!

  • So this is cotton candy

  • Boys Tears flavor

  • Ginger Bread

  • Peppermint and

  • Snowball

  • You guys

  • There was a little iron-on patch and some stickers inside

  • So this is from @fluffegram on

  • Instagram, go check them out. They have the nicest looking cotton candy. Okay. Let's taste it. Let's taste it right now

  • What flavor should we go with?

  • I kinda want to try Boys Tears because I've no idea what that'll taste like. I've never had

  • Fancy cotton candy before, I've only had like the cheap stuff

  • From the fair. Oh my god. It smells so good

  • Oh my god, it's amazing

  • At first it's really sweet and

  • Then it's slightly salty

  • Which is new for me for cotton candy, but I love it

  • Luna wants some

  • Sorry Luna

  • It's not for cats

  • This package is a dream come true. This would make the best birthday present for someone. Who doesn't like cotton candy?

  • Okay I wanna show you guys what I got at the store.

  • These are two of my favorite, uh

  • Snacks in Japan, so if you come here, I recommend that you try these

  • Here's a number one. This is called Hitokuchi Yaki-imo Yokan

  • "Hitokuchi" means like "one bite". "Yaki-imo" means like

  • Mmm grilled

  • Potatoes - is it grilled?

  • Like those steaming sweet potatoes that they sell here in Japan and

  • "Yokan" is what this is. Let me show you, it's kind of like a jelly, but there's no gelatine in it. It's made using Kanten

  • So this is what it looks like, you pop it out of the tube

  • It's this like

  • Solid jello-ish thing and it smells so sweet

  • Mmm. It smells like caramelized sweet potatoes

  • Mmm. Have it, it's so good

  • And this is 20 cents, you can get these for about 20 cents

  • 20 yen. Oh I lied, 30 yen, 30 yen

  • But I feel like getting it out a recycle store is probably not the best place, you go to a grocery store

  • They're probably like 20 yen

  • And then one of my other favorite snacks are these, these are called "Don Don

  • Yaki", and they're sauce flavored. Unless you've been to Japan

  • Probably don't know what that means, but it's like okonomiyaki sauce

  • That kind of sauce

  • Looks like that inside

  • They are these little deep fried snacks that are covered in

  • sauce flavored powder

  • And they're kind of, they have like a slight vinegar taste to them, I think that's what I really like about them

  • It's kind of like, if I had to compare it to something

  • American, it would be like salt and vinegar chips mixed with maybe barbecue chips

  • And that's the best I can do. They're so addictive, they're so good

  • and again super cheap

  • 20 yen - 20 cents for this pack of them

  • When you come to Japan

  • Try those two snacks. If you've tried them before, let me know what you think of them.

  • Alright guys I'm gonna say bye here today. I'm gonna go cook some pasta for us for dinner. I'm gonna get up pretty early tomorrow

  • Cuz I'm gonna meet Norm in Tokyo, we're gonna be doing something fun. So look forward to tomorrow's Vlogmas, well

  • I'm excited about it, anyways. I think you guys will enjoy it too. Okay. I'll see you tomorrow. Thanks for watching

  • and I'm announcing the winner of the

  • Case giveaway tomorrow as well

  • So if you didn't enter that giveaway yet, go check out yesterday's

  • Vlogmas vlog and go enter and I will choose a winner tomorrow, kay bye guys!

Morning guys. I just came back from a morning sprint to get a Pokemon. There was only five minutes left

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