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  • It's actually called "Tako Senbei," which means octopus crackers.

  • "Tako Senbei."

  • Octopus, blech, blech, did you put ink in this?

  • Hey everybody, it's me Maddy.

  • Did you miss me, 'cause I'm back, people.

  • So, we did one episode already on Japanese snacks, but there's just so many that I found some more for you to try.

  • Are you excited?

  • Yes!

  • The last time we did this, it was a complete success, so I'm looking forward to it.

  • -Are you guys ready? -Yeah.

  • Let's bring it on out.

  • ["Jagariko" (cheese flavored potato sticks.)]

  • It smells good.

  • They're good.

  • They're really delicious.

  • Tastes like mac and cheese.

  • Well, that's because it's cheese favor.

  • Yeah!

  • A giraffe!

  • What does the giraffe say?

  • I don't know, what does the giraffe say?

  • I don't know, it's in a different language.

  • It says "tabedashitara kiringanai." That means once you start eating it, there's no stopping.

  • That looks like it's true!

  • Wait, what was so funny again?

  • I don't remember.

  • ["Calpis" Marshmallows.]

  • Marshmallows!

  • Chubby bunny, chubby bunny.

  • I don't like it.

  • What's the yellow stuff, egg?

  • It's called a "Calpis" marshmallow.

  • "Calpis" marshmallow?

  • That's an interesting name.

  • -That's disgusting. -It was just an awkward taste.

  • That was wrong to do the chubby bunny.

  • -["Matcha" Green Tea "Pocky."] -Open, open, open. -Let's open.

  • These kinda look familiar.

  • I know these!

  • If only they weren't green tea.

  • Are these "Pockys" with green tea?

  • These better not be "Pockys" with green tea.

  • Open'er up!

  • I don't like this; green tea gives me the bubbles inside my belly.

  • And once it's in my belly, something gonna come out.

  • No, I don't like green tea.

  • I don't like the green stuff, it tastes like weeds.

  • Now, I get to do this.

  • ["Tako Senbei" (octopus cracker).]

  • Open!

  • Karate chop!

  • This is fish!

  • -It is a type of cracker... -Okay. -called a "Tako Senbei."

  • It ain't (doesn't) taste like tacos, though.

  • Oh, that's because "tako" means octopus in Japanese.

  • Octopuses are my friends.

  • Octopus, blech, blech, did you put ink in this?

  • This is good.

  • -Nani, stop. -All done!

  • TT's not done, you eat that.

  • ["Awa" Soda Candy.]

  • Open!

  • Ooh, a type of candy.

  • Blaster!

  • -One, two, three.

  • Whoah!

  • This is what's happening in my mouth.

  • Boom!

  • It's sour, too.

  • -Is it fizzy? -What?

  • -Is it fizzy? - Is it? You're eating it.

  • I like it.

  • I like it, this is a win-win.

  • This is a perfect 10.

  • Did the Japanese snacks, uh, live up to your expectations?

  • Yep, always, always, always.

  • My favorites was those chips, the ones you never ever can stop.

  • Yeah, I liked the, I liked the chips.

  • Do you got (have) any more of those chips?

  • Let us know what country we should try next, "sayonara."

  • Good job, Austin. Oh my gosh...

  • Big shoutout to these people who suggested this week's episode, Kids Try Snack From Japan, Part Two.

  • Leave a comment down below letting us know what you wanna see the kids try next, and we just might do it.

  • Thanks for watching, bye.

It's actually called "Tako Senbei," which means octopus crackers.

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