字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 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.