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  • only in Japan.

  • Welcome to Coach E City in Coach Prefecture.

  • This market that we're on right now is the oldest outdoor market in Japan over 300 years old.

  • There's lots of things to buy, but there's also a lot of things to eat, and to help me out of this report is Chiara, who has been living in Japan for 10 years.

  • Yeah, I have.

  • I'm the author of The Tokyo Vegan Guide, and I helped visitors find awesome vegan food all round.

  • Great, so we'll get a chance to eat a lot of different kinds of foods.

  • Coach is very famous for its vegetables, and it's wonderful fruit on DSA other dishes and that we can check out at the market here, which are really awesome.

  • Is there anything else you could tell us about the market?

  • Well, it's also really long.

  • It's about a kilometer of wonderful little stalls, and it's really local.

  • So there's sort of little old ladies from the countryside who come to sell their produce that they grew in their own gardens, and that is kind of one of the parts I really love about it.

  • Any market with street food is gonna be a lot of fun to visit, especially one steeped in history and tradition, with Coach a castle looking over it all will end the episode up there.

  • Coaches Sunday Market is long, with hundreds of local vendors coming in from the countryside to sell all sorts of things in the prefectural capital.

  • It's famous for produce and having vegan and vegetarian options.

  • This market is so long you see anything in particular that you like.

  • Yeah, so why don't we split up so we can cover more ground?

  • The first thing that I had to try was at this stand, which may be the most famous in the market.

  • It's home made right out of the fryer tempered a sweet potato, the satsuma Imo potatoes, air peeled and cut, battered and deep fried.

  • When they're golden brown, they'll sit to allow the oil filter through and cool a bit, then wait and put into bags to be sold right away.

  • Toe waiting customers.

  • But they're here almost every Sunday, and yes, they have a lot of regular customers.

  • Uh, that just melted in with the dough around it, and that does.

  • It gives it like a mochi mochi consistency, really springing.

  • So when you bite into it, it's like biting into a little bit of mochi.

  • And then you have the sweet potato with that natural sugars.

  • The natural sweetness goes a long way.

  • Crunchy on the outside, chewy on the inside just can't be healthy.

  • And yet it's so right.

  • Sure you don't want one, not vegan friendly.

  • It's John Friendly.

  • Well, we'll find something for vegans.

  • Next market has hundreds of options.

  • Like these tomatoes, they look perfect, and you can even smell the sweet, acidic tomato aroma from the stand.

  • The many tomatoes here come wrapped like royalty.

  • About $40 a box.

  • Probably a lot.

  • Maurin Tokyo Kiara walked up to a stand selling them on ice to eat on hot days like this.

  • Call white, I thought.

  • These two different types of court tomatoes, this one is a sweeter version.

  • This one has a really, really deep flavor, and they're kept nice and iced, so they're perfect on a hot day at Sea way eater and tomato bonding for what seemed like minutes rather than seconds way got a response.

  • Oh my God, Tomato and I are definitely having a moment here.

  • Coaches tomatoes are quite famous in summer, and be sure to try different varieties when you're here.

  • Jonah shifted to another usual vegetarian friendly street food here in aka Sushi.

  • But is it vegan?

  • This one was not begin friendly.

  • It had egg and dashing.

  • So this here is in a Kazushi, which is countryside style sushi, and it's called that because it doesn't use any fish.

  • There's lots of different vegetables and some tofu, and they're so on the surface it looks vegan.

  • But before buying it, you have to ask that she hide the mascot, which means is they're fish broth in it, but we still need to feed Chiana.

  • It's not easy being vegan in Japan.

  • You definitely have to ask about everything.

  • This sellers goods were not vegan friendly, but on another day I did find one that didn't add any dashi.

  • All the vegetables are fresh, with just a little soy sauce, a little sesame and the rice for flavor.

  • But for someone who loves the usual sushi, I have to ask.

  • But can vegan sushi be good?

  • The answer is yes.

  • The flavor of the vegetables can be as good as the fish.

  • This one is my yoga.

  • It's kind of like a ginger.

  • It's got a really beautiful red color to it.

  • Some of the more popular we not cancer.

  • She's sold up by 10 30 in the morning.

  • Get it While it's fresh.

  • Baked goods are well represented at Coach's Sunday market.

  • Bakers from around the area bring their haul to there stands.

  • But one local speciality really grabbed my attention.

  • That UFO looking bread is called the bow she pon or half bred, and it really does look like a handy nanny.

  • Oh, so, uh, I hear custard in a hand over cash immediately.

  • This has got to be one of the most interesting bakery big good items that I've ever seen in my life.

  • This is called Bush Pond or the hat bread of Coach E, and you could see it really does look like a hat.

  • I guess it only comes in one size, this style more like the 18th century.

  • Try corn.

  • It tastes like big custard.

  • Delicious.

  • I've always wanted to eat.

  • My hat would go great with hot tea or coffee.

  • It's only found in Coach Prefecture in every bakery, supermarket and convenience store.

  • Shaara's back and found a good one.

  • I think this is a Suzuki red beans and machi covered in Kena Akel roasted soybean powder.

  • It's only 70 end, or about 70 cents for one.

  • How does it taste?

  • It's super soft.

  • You can tell it's home made more cheap, and there's a chemical.

  • Soybean powder on the outside is also nice and sweet and kind of adds this flowery texture, which makes a nice balance with soft multi.

  • Careful with that cannot go powder it can get on everything.

  • Mmm yeah, depended on Anka pounding listed in this car, huh?

  • Boise?

  • But it is not because of the way Thea's ou ke red beans give a subtle sweetness.

  • It's heavy, and one could fill you up or provide a happy ending to a meal.

  • As a desert, this is not limited to vegans.

  • Only it's great to be able to food surf in multiple dietary worlds, coaches Sunday Market history goes back to the ADA period.

  • The market has always sold everyday items and food directly from the producers and farmers.

  • This is what it was like during the Magi era.

  • During World War Two, coach he was bombed heavily and little remained but the market roared back.

  • Even now, in the digital 21st century, despite being able to order things online and send it to your door, this market is thriving.

  • I talked with notice on who was managing the market for the city court.

  • No, no, no treaty.

  • Like who?

  • Market.

  • So stay up.

  • It's like I'm needed and bye bye.

  • Ah, the oh, Theo, Theo, Theo!

  • What keeps the market going for so long?

  • And how does the future look more because you got out the fix date on there, Call me Me tear It all starts before 5 a.m. Every Sunday before the sun breaks.

  • There are already several farmers setting up for the market.

  • Most vendors seem to be senior citizens, some in their nineties.

  • They work hard like this every day.

  • And Sunday is an important day not just to sell their goods but to socialize with other people and see old friends.

  • Street has closed down on one side to keep people from having to cross the street.

  • Often, other city streets are still completely deserted.

  • On Sunday morning, almost all of the vendors here our family run and you can feel that friendly vibe that comes from people who have done this all of their lives.

  • Okay, when the sun crests the trees let the selling begin.

  • Some sellers have been here so long they've forgotten when they started.

  • Sellers bring goods that they grower make themselves.

  • They love coming here, and customers come back for that good feeling.

  • The market may be a good reason to travel to Koji coaches.

  • Japan Citrus Fruit Kingdom in season Now is this the Bhutan?

  • A massive Citrus fruit that's a nice balance between sweet and bitter?

  • Kenyatta loves thes.

  • Yuzu is also another Japanese Citrus fruit, well known in Coach E and Off season.

  • You can find it in lemonade type drinks known as use away.

  • Chiana chills out with a big cup of it.

  • So when you hear about Coach Ian Japan, you often hear about use it, which is a small Citrus fruit.

  • And this year is a user drink.

  • It's just fresh water user and a little bit of sugar.

  • So if you come to court, you actually have to try these.

  • They're one of the local specialties.

  • I user Wait is quite popular in the summer.

  • You can spend several hours here wandering the streets and talking to people use on and eating your way from start to finish.

  • They also have all sorts of vegetable chips.

  • Yep.

  • They're vegan friendly, too.

  • It's been a long day before going.

  • You have to walk up to coach a castle.

  • Wow, that was quite a day.

  • Yeah, that was great fun.

  • Yeah, this behind us is Coach Castle.

  • There's a lot of walking and a lot of eating.

  • What was your favorite?

  • I think the M o machi.

  • That was really something special.

  • That did look good.

  • I like that in our cause is she was pretty cool that the ta ke the bamboo looked like egg.

  • But I also liked it because you couldn't eat.

  • It s so you get to eat all the food.

  • I can't.

  • I got a little bit more than you.

  • However, that doesn't mean that there aren't things for people that don't have vegan diets.

  • Of course.

  • Yeah.

  • And we showed a bunch of them today, but there's also a lot more right s o every Sunday.

  • They have different things.

  • Yep.

  • Vendors change every week.

  • And that's part of the fun, I think.

  • Yeah, I guess every season has different ingredients.

  • User, which is very famous here in coach.

  • He was not here because it's not in season, but usually it's like a staple of the market.

  • Yep.

  • Yep.

  • And then the bone thon we saw today to those are in season right now, So it just kind of it's very seasonal, which is nice, you know, in touch with nature.

  • Think.

  • Yeah.

  • So you come here.

  • Definitely.

  • Check out the oldest and the longest morning market in Japan.

  • You won't be sorry and you won't go home hungry.

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日本街邊小吃市場 附素食壽司 ★ ONLY in JAPAN。 (Japanese Street Food Market w/ Vegan Sushi ★ ONLY in JAPAN)

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    林宜悉 發佈於 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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