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  • Yeah.

  • Hi, guys.

  • Right now, I mean, how did Dooku and I'm just about to go and meet people from Topeka Tours?

  • I think that's how you say it.

  • I'll find out in a second today, I'm going with them to a farm, a Japanese farm.

  • And I'm gonna have a day experiencing what that kind of life is like.

  • So I thought I'd bring in guys along with me and explain what's going on as we go.

  • So, yeah, I don't know what happens from now on, but let's just get into it.

  • All right?

  • Hi, guys.

  • Now we're just waiting for the bus.

  • Just outside.

  • Hmm.

  • Uh, yeah.

  • You introduce yourself so many, Miss Livia.

  • So today we're gonna have What?

  • Are we going?

  • Yes, we hoped into you, Sabina.

  • For Japanese countryside.

  • Yeah.

  • To enjoy together.

  • Yeah.

  • So that's gonna be translating for me because my Japanese is not so great.

  • According to what I lived in the U S for six or seven years, and I thought you were all right, and we're gonna get in the bus.

  • And I don't know what's gonna happen today, but let's just wait and see, Okay.

  • Hello again, guys.

  • We just got out of the car and we're walking into some woods.

  • We're going to see a shrine first.

  • It's private private property.

  • So the fields off the landowner around the strain.

  • Okay, It's so nice to be outside of Tokyo.

  • Honestly, Like I love I love talking to pieces, but it's so good to get back in touch with green stuff.

  • You guys know how much I love plants, so Oh, yeah, Well, you got Oh, yeah, it's just started running a little bit, but it's not that bad.

  • It'll, huh?

  • Oh, okay.

  • Uh huh.

  • And they also use, like, men.

  • You have to say, Like like like he likes more thing, type off, natural natural cycle cycle.

  • And I think we can take something from the ground and fertilizer.

  • So he prefers that, too.

  • Yeah.

  • Thio artificial.

  • Wow.

  • Oh, that's so cute.

  • It's a very small shrine for the local.

  • Okay, so that the gods walked through the middle.

  • I loathe.

  • All right.

  • Thank you.

  • Hi.

  • Okay.

  • Day than the valley.

  • Both.

  • Great.

  • Wow.

  • I love that color.

  • It's just so vibrant.

  • Well, it's a little pink bus.

  • That's like you.

  • So this one, probably in one month.

  • You can.

  • Okay.

  • I'm so jealous of all the cookie.

  • I love you so much.

  • Oh, my God.

  • Yeah.

  • Guys, when you come What?

  • It enclosed shoes.

  • What is this?

  • The bush?

  • Oh, my God.

  • This'll crazy.

  • One month they caught it four months ago.

  • Oh, my God.

  • You win this much in one month.

  • Wow.

  • Oh, this is crazy.

  • I can't imagine something growing this quickly.

  • Oh, my goodness.

  • You want to try?

  • Yeah, Yeah, he's saying that.

  • It's It's a lot of hard work I can understand that people would use, just, like, out of state pesticides, but way kill us.

  • The killer.

  • That's right.

  • Yeah.

  • Yeah.

  • The Anderson is saying that the people who buy the produce, they don't know how much how much you work for it, right way finish working in that field.

  • And now we're going to see what a cultivated field looks like.

  • And it's kind of nice just working in that field because I used to do a lot of gardening back in Australia, like Okay, not a lot of gardening, but, you know, just getting a hand study like it's a great way to just get out of your head and get back in touch with the earth and stuff that son so hippie ish.

  • But, you know, I feel it.

  • I find it hard to do that in Tokyo, like I've got my pot plants, which is great.

  • But it's just nice to come here and yeah, it's hot stuff again.

  • I'm gonna say, if you guys come on this tour, please.

  • Wearing clothes, shoes.

  • Oh, my gosh.

  • My feet have been eaten alive.

  • Mom, if you're watching this plug these a year love pomegranates so much give me home among the cocky trees with lots of symmetries And in a gutter and the Congo D'oh!

  • He and his wife made images for us, sir.

  • Q, This is so nice.

  • Oh, my gosh.

  • I'm wondering.

  • I always see so many cookie on the ground.

  • Is that like, a reason why picks or like, a bad one?

  • So because they ended more lines, sometimes they just fall on their own because I think for the kind of give way to the beading on and the ones that already fell, they aren't so good.

  • Yeah, and they're not ripe enough anyways to eat.

  • We just got given a little mosquito coil that we can hang with that.

  • Dallas and I was very fashionable.

  • Mitchell.

  • Shut it.

  • So there are 33 rice paddies, right?

  • And he is the one, like in the the brother in the back.

  • Yeah, and he's renting that only, And he's making rice for Marty.

  • Okay, we'll go.

  • Any of you guys are looking for somewhere to go?

  • You want to just get away from all the touristy spots?

  • I definitely recommend this experience.

  • Lifestyles, locals.

  • Yeah, Not just, you know, the life of the city.

  • Exactly.

  • You can do this from Tokyo.

  • Like you don't even have to travel far.

  • Let me know.

  • You go out.

  • I love a days.

  • We get it.

  • That world.

  • Uh, well, he says you can pick the big, big ones.

  • Looks like that she doesn't just see husband up on this show up.

  • It's bigger than your face.

  • I'm so excited.

  • I haven't had fresh picked vegetables since Australia.

  • Always good to see the market.

  • Yeah, that's your lot eyes like from Okinawa.

  • Andi, Son, he's saying that the normal ones that they usually produced in Japan they cut the small because if they get too big, then they get a hard on, and it's not.

  • Not good, but these ones, because it's a different type.

  • It's okay, even.

  • Okay.

  • Even though everyone said good.

  • Wow, once biggest.

  • Well, good.

  • Hi, I'm Mike.

  • It's good eggplants going here.

  • And tomatoes.

  • He's got sweet potato over there and okra and, uh, Pieman.

  • Capsicum.

  • What?

  • What do you call P month Peppers.

  • Like tiny ones and no pesticides.

  • This is all pesticide free and organic.

  • Isn't that just amazing?

  • And he doesn't even use like, fertilizer from shops.

  • He just make sure that he uses leftover vegetables and all the cuttings from everything and just lets it decomposed by itself.

  • It's a little small.

  • Usually they're supposed to plant it earlier, but he wanted to try like, yeah, way other people.

  • They just laughed at him.

  • Yeah.

  • No, it's not.

  • It doesn't.

  • Doesn't matter.

  • You gotta try 30 for taking you to like the place.

  • I love that.

  • I love that so much cycle.

  • I really respect how he cares for his plants and how uses natural ways.

  • Way e uh, he was so nice.

  • It was so cool.

  • Hey, guys.

  • Sorry for the wait.

  • Alighting I'm standing underneath a light in a hallway.

  • We just got back from, uh, farm back in.

  • Had a drink.

  • Now back it, tubby office and the girls are just sorting some stuff out.

  • And then we're going up to see she together because we get along quite well.

  • But I was actually so much fun, huh?

  • Really, really awesome experience.