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  • (AIKO) Hello, world! Where I'm from in Japan, this is what the streets of Tokyo are like.

  • (GREG) Traveling by train is a great way to see Tokyo in all its compact glory.

  • Today we're taking you to Asakusa, which has a traditional atmosphere.

  • What do Aiko and Shin think of it?

  • (AIKO) I like Asakusa.

  • (GREG) What's your favorite part of Asakusa? (AIKO) Buying stuff.

  • (GREG) Oh! Buying the stuff! (AIKO) Yeah.

  • (GREG) All right. Do you like Asakusa? (SHIN) Yup.

  • (GREG) OK. What do you like about it? (SHIN) Um... They have a park.

  • (GREG) Oh. Do you like the park? (SHIN) Yeah.

  • (GREG) So what kind of street is this? (SHIN) The "Shōten gai".

  • (GREG) Are there cars on there? (AIKO) Nope, because this is a street to walk and there's lots of little shops,

  • so you can walk and buy stuff.

  • (SHIN) They have "katsudon" and stuff right here, like "We have Katsudon!" and stuff and Tsuchiya-san.

  • And they have a golden poop right here. And can you see the golden poop?

  • (GREG) Yeah, I can. (SHIN) The golden poop! The golden...

  • (GREG) H-how do you feel when you walk across these streets? (SHIN) Mmm... Boooring.

  • (GREG) Boring? (SHIN) Yeah.

  • (GREG) What are those yellow strips? (AIKO) They are for people who are blind.

  • (GREG) And so what are you looking at now? (SHIN) Um... The golden poop.

  • (GREG) Still? (SHIN) Yup.

  • (GREG) Why are you so obsessed with the golden poop? (SHIN) Because it's a golden poop.

  • (AIKO) Here is the golden poop on that building. People say it looks like a poop,

  • but it was supposed to be up, but it fell down when they were making it, so it's just like that.

  • (GREG) Really? (AIKO) Yeah.

  • (GREG) Oh, my! I didn't know that.

  • I didn't know because it's NOT true!

  • It's really a golden flame, which is a trademark of the French designer of the building.

  • (SHIN) La la la la, la la lan. La la la la, la la lan.

  • (GREG) So what are those railings for? (AIKO) So people won't get hit by a car.

  • (GREG) Where are we going now? Do you remember? (AIKO) "Makudonarudo".

  • (GREG) And what's that in English? (AIKO) I don't know.

  • (GREG) McDonald's. (AIKO) Ah! McDonald's.

  • (GREG) So did you know that where you're walking right now is called an "arcade". (AIKO) Oh!

  • (GREG) Not like video game arcade, but an arcade mall, where you walk around. (AIKO) Oh!

  • (GREG) What do those bikes do? (AIKO) They are delivery.

  • (GREG) For McDonald's? (AIKO) Yeah.

  • (GREG) On bikes? (AIKO) Yeah!

  • (SHIN) I'm hungry! I'm hungry! I'm sandy!

  • (GREG) What's that? What's that? (SHIN) Um... I don't know. A couch? And...

  • (GREG) Do you really think that... (SHIN) I... I... I...

  • (GREG) Whoa! Whoa! Whoa! Whoa! Whoa! (SHIN) Oh, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa!

  • (GREG) Do you really that's a car? (SHIN) Yeah!

  • (GREG) The guy is pulling a car? (SHIN) Wait! Wait! Wait! Wait!

  • (GREG) Do you really think that's a car?

  • In Japanese it's called "yin rikisha", which literally means "human powered vehicle (or car)", so Shin was not wrong.

  • (SHIN) Let's play!

  • (AIKO) This is a monkey bar. (SHIN) The hand was other side.

  • (GREG) Oh she was doing the hand the wrong way? (SHIN) Yeah.

  • (GREG) Oh! That's why she fell. (SHIN) Yeah. And I did it.

  • (GREG) Well, you're like a monkey. That's why. (SHIN) Yeah.

  • (SHIN) I did it! Yay!

  • (GREG) What's this called in Japanese? (AIKO) "Jangurujimu".

  • (GREG) Oh. That's just like "jungle gym" in English. (AIKO) Yeah.

  • (SHIN) I'm the king of the top!

  • (GREG) Do you have this at your school? (AIKO) Yes.

  • (GREG) The area we're walking in contains both Buddhist and Shinto religions.

  • Right now we're going toward Sensō-ji, which is a Buddhist temple.

  • And we'll pass thru the Hozōmon gate, which means "Treasure-House Gate".

  • Do you know what those big lanterns are called in Japanese?

  • (AIKO) Nope.

  • (GREG) Neither do I. (SHIN) Little ones are called "chōchin".

  • (AIKO) (coughs)

  • (GREG) Well, what happened? (AIKO) I couldn't breath right here, but I was normal.

  • (GREG) People seem to like the smoke. (AIKO) Well, I don't know what happened but it's kinda good.

  • (GREG) Good luck? (AIKO) Yeah. Good luck.

  • (GREG) What were you doing? Did you put it on your head or something? (SHIN) Yup. And I gave it to the Pokemon.

  • (GREG) Now he's lucky. (SHIN) Why?

  • (GREG) Because you gave him the smoke, the lucky smoke.

  • Now we're passing the Shinto Asakusa shrine, where you can see the "torii" gate.

  • (GREG) What's this gate called? (AIKO) I don't know. I don't think it has a name.

  • (GREG) The gate is actually called "Niten-mon" and it's Buddhist.

  • (AIKO) This is for cars that can go up (GREG) Yeah. Like go up the curve?

  • (AIKO) Yup. (SHIN) (humming) Tada tada. Ta tada tada.

  • (making a funny voice) Ooh? What is this? A pokeball! I'll catch a Pokemon.

  • (GREG) OK. So what time of day is it right now? (AIKO) Um... 5 o'clock.

  • (GREG) And one thing I noticed when I was looking at all of this footage was... look at all those bikes! (AIKO) Yeah. There's lots and lots of bikes.

  • (GREG) So you have people on the road biking and people on the sidewalk biking. Are bikes popular in Japan?

  • (AIKO) Cars are expensive and you can go far places with trains.

  • So you don't need a car. So you want a bike. So they have lots of bikes.

  • (GREG) And there's also lots of moms with kids. See? Baby in the front, baby in the back. Baby in the front, baby in the back.

  • OK, Shin-chan.

  • So what do you think about walking around. (SHIN) Boring.

  • (GREG) Do you like walking around (SHIN) No. I wanted to do Pokemon Go.

  • (GREG) What was the worst thing about walking? (AIKO) Tired.

  • (GREG) You were tired? (AIKO) Hungry.

  • (AIKO) When I was walking, I was tired and hungry.

  • (GREG) How come? (AIKO) Because I usually get tired of walking.

  • (GREG) (laughs) Who had more energy, Shin or you? (AIKO) Shin.

  • (GREG) Well, how come he didn't get tired. He has smaller legs. (AIKO) Well, he has lots and lots and lots of energy.

  • (GREG) What is that, Shin. (SHIN) "To - ma - re". It means "stop".

  • (humming) Ta nana nana. Pokemon.

  • (GREG) What kind of bike is that? (AIKO) I don't know.

  • (GREG) It's a delivery bike for... alcohol. (AIKO) Yeah. Wait... What?

  • (GREG) Adult juice.

  • What's that white line you're walking on?

  • (AIKO) Well, inside the white line is where people can go and outside of the line is where cars go.

  • (GREG) OK. Let's walk back home.

  • What are those people waiting for?

  • (AIKO) Buses or they're just talking.

  • (GREG) Oh, it's getting dark now. (AIKO) Yes.

  • (GREG) I really like this alley because I find it... I don't know... You don't normally walk around alleys like this in tourists area,

  • but it's kind where regular people live.

  • And what kind of things do they sell on the shops?

  • (AIKO) Well like Japanese stuff and lots of old stuff gifts. Or like...

  • (GREG) Souvenirs? (AIKO) Yes.

  • (GREG) Yeah.

  • (GREG) What kind of people do you see here? (SHIN) A lot of people that are bored or something.

  • (GREG) Bored? (SHIN) Yeah!

  • (GREG) Oh, they are bored people? (SHIN) Uh... did you see the red guy?

  • (GREG) No. (SHIN) Bored. He was walking.

  • (GREG) Oh. (SHIN) And that girl too. Yeah. And the boy too.

  • (GREG) I didn't know everyone was bored!

  • Oh, no! Spin, spin, spin, spin. Ooh! What's that?

  • (AIKO) Cat!

  • (GREG) Cat bag. (AIKO) Cat bag.

  • (GREG) Do we buy stuff at a place like this? (AIKO) Mmm... No.

  • (GREG) No. Where do we usually shop? (AIKO) We usually shop at... at a mall.

  • (GREG) Oh! We are at Kaminari-mon! (AIKO) Yeah.

  • (GREG) Like "thunder"? (AIKO) Yeah, well...

  • (GREG) Or "lightening"? (AIKO) Thunder or lightening.

  • (GREG) "Kaminari" That's... I don't know. "Thunder". (AIKO) Yup.

  • (GREG) Thunder Gate.

  • That's the street... (SHIN) Oh, wait! Wait, wait wait! Did you see the golden poop?

  • (GREG) Yes I did. So that street we were crossing... (SHIN) Yeah. And...

  • (GREG) That street people can cross and go any way they want.

  • And what is this view of? (AIKO) Um... The town.

  • (GREG) Yeah. And I zoomed into Asakusa.

  • (SHIN) Five, six, seven...

  • (ELEVATOR VOICE) This is the eight floor.

  • (GREG) And what are we looking at there? (AIKO) Skytree!

  • (GREG) (high pitched) Skytree! (normal voice) Have you been up to Skytree yet? (AIKO) Nope.

  • (GREG) Oooh.

  • And that's Nakamise-dōri that we were walking along.

  • (AIKO) Yeah.

  • Thanks for watching! See you next time! Bye!

  • (GREG) So what was your favorite part about the trip. (SHIN) Mmm... Nothing.

  • (GREG) There's nothing you liked about the trip. (SHIN) Yeah!

  • (GREG) Really? (SHIN) Yeah!

  • (GREG) And what was the worst part about the trip? (SHIN) Um... Everything. Except the golden poop.

  • (GREG) OK. Bye. (SHIN) OK. Bye.

(AIKO) Hello, world! Where I'm from in Japan, this is what the streets of Tokyo are like.

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漫步日本東京淺草的街道 (Walking Asakusa's Streets in Tokyo, Japan)

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    林宜悉 發佈於 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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