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  • Look at all the illustrations. They drew everything by hand for their menu.

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  • We're gonna go have some Japanese tea because she wants to go.

  • CRYSTAL (in Japanese): You want to drink tea, huh?

  • CINDY (in Japanese): Girls' outing, girls' outing. Let's go!

  • CRYSTAL: Girls' outing!

  • So this tea place... it's a little tea place... it's kind of like hidden.

  • It's on a street leading to the Narita temple and it's like a little cute tea...

  • little bit of a garden and then you can have some green tea and Japanese snacks

  • like traditional snacks that you have... or desserts that you have with Japanese tea.

  • It's a very Japanese thing to do.

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  • CINDY: It's all drawn from... it's hand drawn.

  • CRYSTAL: Aww, that's nice.

  • CINDY: Warabimochi.

  • That's what I like.

  • CINDY (in Japanese): It's light too.

  • Look at these cute little illustrations.

  • CRYSTAL: Oh my gosh!

  • And then they drew everything on their menu. It's so cute.

  • CRYSTAL: Wow...

  • CINDY: Looks good...

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  • CRYSTAL: So what kind of tea is this?

  • This is hojicha.

  • CRYSTAL: Hojicha?

  • They say brown tea is actually the best for you.

  • When I was pregnant, they told me to drink a lot of brown tea. Because there's less caffeine.

  • So this is the cutest stick ever, hahaha.

  • CINDY: Don't they have it at the 100 yen shop?

  • Do they?

  • CINDY: They should have it at one of those places because the stores use it.

  • Yeah, so it's like this little makeshift knife that you cut your dessert with.

  • I got the grilled mochi set with the traditional green tea

  • and the grilled mochi... I mean mochi is a rice cake and what they do is...

  • it's been pounded like a lot so it's it's very chewy and what they do is

  • they grill this... they put a little bit of soy sauce on it and then they wrap it in seaweed.

  • This leaf right here... they soak it in salt, so they have a a sweet and salty taste.

  • CANDY: And that's red bean paste in the middle. And you can eat the leaf.

  • Yes, I like it. I like the little accent... the salty accent they have with the mochi.

  • It's kind of hard to cut so I'm going to use my hands

  • If there was no leaf, it would be easy to cut.

  • CRYSTAL (in Japanese): Can you do it one more time?

  • CANDY (in Japanese): Turn it three times.

  • CRYSTAL: Turn three times and then drink it.

  • CRYSTAL: And then you wipe it. And that's the correct way to drink green tea. Real green tea.

  • CANDY: Yay! Thank you for showing us.

  • Wow, that is really bitter.

  • CINDY: Yeah and she drank it all!

  • Dang...

  • And then you're supposed to wipe it. I don't have my napkin tho. After you drink it, you're supposed to wipe it.

  • I love that every Japanese restaurant we go to, they give you these little wet naps.

  • And then you're supposed to wipe it. There we go.

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  • This is a really nice experience here at the tea shop.

  • Yeah, if you really want nice, real traditional Japanese tea time desserts and little snacks

  • this is a great place to come. And if you want real traditional green tea.

  • Yeah it was very, very bitter. It's not my thing but it's nice to have real green tea.

  • I mean you don't really find real green tea like this in a lot of places. You have to go to specific places to get it .

  • And this place in Narita is perfect because not a lot of people come here.

  • I don't think a lot of people you know about this place unless you're like really local

  • because it is kind of like hidden and in the alley...

  • Yeah, I passed by this place millions of times and I never knew about it until my sister told me.

  • My little sister, our little sister.

  • Little, little sister hahaha.

  • And we didn't know how to actually drink traditional Japanese green tea...

  • I learned it once and I kind of forgot about it, so our niece, she recently learned how to drink tea traditionally

  • so she taught us again how to drink it.

  • So that was nice that she taught us how to do that.

  • And their little Japanese desserts... it's very traditional. It's what they usually have to counterbalance

  • the bitter green tea and then you have the sweet dessert.

  • Again, it's not like my thing but...

  • CANDY: I like it!

  • Candy likes it. Candy really, really enjoyed it.

  • It's not it's not like cakes and stuff. It's more of like sweet red bean paste... a lot of rice cake type of dishes

  • so it is very different when you think about it. Compared to like Western sweets.

  • It's very different so just know that going into it that it's not your traditional type of Western type of desserts.

  • Mhmm.

  • They sell the sticks.

  • Oh, they do.

  • Oh, here's their Instagram.

  • WAITRESS (in Japanese): I received the exact amount, thank you.

  • WAITRESS (in Japanese): If you like, you can each take one of these.

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Look at all the illustrations. They drew everything by hand for their menu.

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在日本成田的宮吉屋品嚐傳統的日本點心和綠茶。 (Traditional Japanese Sweets and Green Tea at Miyoshiya in Narita Japan)

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    Summer 發佈於 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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