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  • Whenever people ask us when the best time of year to come to Japan is we always tell them anytime

    每當有人問我們什麼時候來日本最好,我們總是告訴他們隨時都可以。

  • but the summer. It is a raging inferno here,

    但夏天。這裡卻是一片火熱的地獄。

  • but we understand that some of you only have your vacations during in the summertime.

    但我們明白,你們中的一些人只有在夏季才有假期。

  • And so this is a time of year that you will be coming to Japan. May God have mercy on your soul.

    所以每年這個時候,你都會來日本。願上帝憐憫你的靈魂。

  • All right, all right, so I know it sounds like it's really bad and I admit it is very hot,

    好吧,好吧,所以我知道這聽起來好像真的很糟糕,我承認它是非常熱的。

  • but luckily Japan has a lot of things they do to make the summertime bearable.

    但幸運的是,日本有很多讓人忍俊不禁的事情。

  • So today we're at Tokyo Midtown and we're gonna give you some hot tips about how to stay cool in Japan.

    所以今天我們在東京中城,我們會給你一些關於如何在日本保持涼爽的熱點提示。

  • You like that? Very clever intro. - Jury's still out on that.

    你喜歡這樣嗎?非常聰明的介紹。 - 陪審團還沒決定。

  • I didn't fully agree - Was it the big corny? Ahh - It was pretty

    我不完全同意--是大俗套嗎?啊--是挺好的

  • Theres a little poll right there with the corny. Yes or no?

    這裡有一個小調查,就在那裡與老生常談。是或不是?

  • Let's get on with the rest of this list.

    讓我們繼續這個名單的其餘部分。

  • -Get them quick and cool and with it. Trust in me. I have two different earrings

    -讓他們快快的,涼涼的,用它。相信我我有兩隻不同的耳環

  • All right, hot tip, cool tip Simon tried to do that but he was incapable of doing it gonna try it

    好吧,熱心提示,冷靜提示 西蒙想這麼做,但他沒有能力做到這一點,要去試試

  • Hot tip, cool tip.

    熱提示,冷提示。

  • -Hot tip, cool tip.

    -熱提示,冷提示。

  • See? It's no good hots tip, cool tip from Martina is to come check out these kind of free

    看到了嗎?這可不是什麼好的熱點提示,瑪蒂娜的酷炫提示就是來看看這些免費的。

  • Festivals that pop up all over the city in the summer time. So we're a Tokyo Midtown right now,

    夏天的時候,城市裡到處都會出現的節日。所以我們現在是東京中城。

  • and what's neat is it's surrounded by like skyscrapers,

    什麼是整潔的是它的周圍 像摩天大樓。

  • there's major hotel chains here,

    這裡有大型連鎖酒店。

  • but suddenly out of nowhere comes this area with grass and flowers, and it's a really nice relief from the summer heat.

    但突然不知從哪裡冒出來的這塊地方,有草有花,真的很能解暑。

  • So these festivals that you see here happen pretty much only in the summer time;

    所以你在這裡看到的這些節日幾乎只發生在夏季。

  • you won't see them other parts of the year and you'll see them all over the city as well.

    你不會看到他們一年中的其他部分,你會看到他們在整個城市以及。

  • You'll see them even in schools, by subway

    你在學校裡、地鐵裡都能看到他們

  • stations, and even in some temples and they offer you lots of cool things to eat and drink to cool you down,

    站,甚至在一些寺廟裡,他們還為你提供了很多涼爽的東西,吃喝玩樂,為你降溫。

  • lots of shade that you could hide under. Think of this as like a Japanese siesta.

    很多樹蔭,你可以躲在下面。就像日本的午睡一樣。

  • -Ah, yes

    -啊,是的

  • That's how I describe it because you shouldn't be walking around doing stuff in the high noon afternoon.

    我就是這麼形容的,因為你不應該在中午高漲的時候到處走動做事情。

  • -Not at all.

    -一點也不

  • Let's go do some cool things, hip, and cool, and with it.

    讓我們去做一些很酷的事情,時尚,酷,與它。

  • I feel like a kid doing this. When's the last time I was in a chair and my feet didn't touch the ground?

    我覺得自己像個孩子在做這個。我上一次坐在椅子上,腳不沾地是什麼時候?

  • So we're here in Ashimizu.

    所以我們現在在足利水。

  • It's basically this little tiny

    基本上就是這個小小的

  • pop-up river that they've made where you can sit out on- what would you call this?- like a dock almost like a floating bench and

    他們做了一條彈出式的河,你可以坐在那裡,你會怎麼稱呼這個呢?

  • to us, it's wonderful and adorable, but to Japanese people, this is kind of representative of what you might do in the summertime.

    對我們來說,這是美妙而可愛的,但對日本人來說,這是一種代表,你可能會在夏天做什麼。

  • I know a lot of you when you're planning your vacations in Japan-

    我知道很多人在計劃去日本度假的時候,都會有這樣的想法。

  • we've seen some of your itineraries- and you pack them insanely from morning to night. That works a lot of time throughout the year,

    我們已經看過你的一些行程了 你從早到晚都在瘋狂地打包。這一年中的很多時間都是這樣的。

  • but in summertime, you have to schedule time to give yourself a break or else you'll just die in the heat

    但在夏天的時候,你必須安排時間讓自己休息一下,否則就會被熱死了

  • -You'll explode

    -你會爆炸的

  • It's crazy hot. Take some time to find some shade and enjoy something like this.

    太熱了花點時間找些陰涼的地方,享受一下這樣的感覺。

  • Hop tip, cool tip. You might see a lot of people walking around with these little tiny handkerchiefs. It looks kind of

    合提示,酷提示。你可能會看到很多人拿著這些小小的手帕走來走去。它看起來有點

  • old-fashioned when you first get here because you're like who uses the handkerchief anymore, but they are little tiny hand towels.

    老式的,當你第一次來到這裡,因為 你像誰用手帕了, 但他們是小微小的手巾。

  • You can buy them at any convenience store in the summertime

    夏天的時候在任何一家便利店都能買到。

  • If you're fancy, you can start getting like really cute ones like this one is so cute and I got it

    如果你看中了,你可以開始得到 像真的很可愛的 像這一個是如此可愛,我得到了它。

  • -We got that at the Ghibli Museum.

    -我們在吉卜力博物館得到了這個。

  • Yeah

    是的,是的

  • and I remember coming here like a little while ago to Japan before we live here and seeing these tiny towels for sale at like

    我還記得來這裡像一個小而前日本 我們住在這裡之前,看到這些微小的毛巾出售,像

  • any pop-up place will have it- like the Kirby version and the Sailor Moon version- and I never knew what they were for, and then I

    任何一個彈出式的地方都會有它--比如科比版和水手月版--我一直不知道它們是幹什麼的,然後我就...

  • found out it's for dabbing your face because you're gonna need it.

    發現它是用來擦臉的,因為你會需要它。

  • I also think that as soon as you buy one of these, you acknowledge that you're an adult a young version of me would absolutely

    我也認為,只要你買了其中的一個,你承認你是一個成年人一個年輕版的我絕對會

  • refuse have a handkerchief with him, but now the times have changed. I'm an older man.

    拒絕和他一起吃手帕,但現在時代變了。我是一個老男人。

  • So a couple steps away from the liver-

    所以離肝臟還有幾步之遙

  • A couple steps away from the river you have the Roku Gin Lounge, which as soon as you walk in to give you fans which is

    離河邊幾步遠的地方就有祿金酒廊,你一走進去就給你扇子這是

  • number one, one of my favorite product placements for special times make it, ah.

    一號,我最喜歡的產品放置之一,特殊時期讓它,啊。

  • I'm sure you guys have already seen the businessman video that we did.

    我相信你們已經看過我們做的商人視頻了。

  • - You must have seen that one

    - 你一定見過那個

  • What a terrible day at work today.

    今天的工作真是糟糕透頂。

  • -It's kind of funny though that

    -雖然有點好笑

  • they gave us these fans because it really is a big part of Japanese culture and we first came here

    他們給了我們這些扇子,因為它確實是日本文化的重要組成部分,我們第一次來到這裡

  • it was kind of like do people really use fans because you see it used in animes and mangas and you're like

    它是一種喜歡做的人 真的用風扇,因為你看到它使用 在動畫和漫畫,你就像

  • maybe it's just like a special thing that they're doing. I remember when we were in Canada

    也許這只是像一個特殊的事情,他們正在做的。我記得我們在加拿大的時候

  • Yeah, and like you use a fan like this girl is weird for using a fan

    是啊,就像你用扇子一樣,這個女孩用扇子很奇怪。

  • I was using a fan and I had a sun parasol in University, and everyone thought I was weird, and I was like

    我當時用的是扇子,大學的時候我還打著太陽傘,大家都覺得我很奇怪,我就像

  • I don't want to get cancer, so...

    我不想得癌症,所以... ...

  • -Here in Japan though, the fans aren't just common; they're mandatory.

    -在日本,風扇不僅是普通的,而且是強制性的。

  • The real con of having a manual fan is actually that you just get really tired,

    其實擁有手動風扇真正的弊端是,你就會很累。

  • and sometimes you get even sweatier from using it.

    有時候用著用著就更出汗了。

  • Ow, my hands.

    嗷,我的手。

  • -It's not my hands;

    -這不是我的手

  • it's my pits because you're like pumping away and you're like, oh my god, this is so good,

    這是我的坑,因為你像抽走 你想,哦,我的上帝,這是如此美妙。

  • and the next thing you know, you're like super soaked in sweat. So instead I'd like to use an electric fan.

    而接下來的事情你知道, 你喜歡超級浸泡在汗水中。所以,相反,我想用電風扇。

  • This is a real fan of mine

    這是我的忠實粉絲

  • It's adorable and I love it and you just push the button and then it creates an automatic breeze.

    它很可愛,我很喜歡它,你只要按下按鈕,然後它就會產生自動風。

  • You can see Martina's is a bear fan. It makes a heat more

    你可以看到瑪蒂娜的是一個熊迷。它使一個熱更

  • Bearable.

    可以忍受。

  • You're definitely the big corny in this relationship.

    你絕對是這段關係中的大老粗。

  • Martinez fan is a bit too big I'd say so they have these little compact fans

    馬丁內斯的扇子太大了,所以他們有這些小扇子。

  • You can see right there, and I'm not sure if we can hear my audio anymore, but this thing really works

    你可以看到在那裡,我不知道我們是否能聽到我的音頻了,但這個東西真的很有效。

  • Yeah, these are really intense. -The reason why you want to use an electric fan is number one

    是啊,這些真的很激烈。-你為什麼要用電風扇的原因是第一條:

  • It keeps you from sweating and number two when you get on a really stuffy train and everyone is trying to get on the last

    它能讓你不出汗,第二,當你坐上一列悶熱的火車時,每個人都想坐上最後一列火車

  • Train from Shibuya and you're matched up against people and everyone is just pouring sweat. -Fanning isn't an option. You need an electric fan

    從涉谷坐火車,你和人對上了,大家都是大汗淋漓。-扇子是不行的扇子是不行的,要用電風扇

  • Trust me, your vacation will be a lot better

    相信我,你的假期會好過很多

  • If you have a little electric fan with you. Hot tip about subways

    如果你隨身帶著一臺小電扇。關於地鐵的熱點提示

  • You will notice on the site of some of them that they'll say air conditioning: mild.

    你會發現在一些網站上會寫著空調:溫和。

  • Only a few of those carts have them they are the absolutely the worst

    只有少數幾輛小車有,他們絕對是最差的。

  • Why would anybody want to be on them? -Also those signs are written in Kanji.

    為什麼會有人想在他們身上?-還有那些標誌是用漢字寫的。

  • The sign is written in dark blue and the other one is written in baby blue

    牌子是用深藍色寫的,另一個是用嬰兒藍寫的。

  • The baby blue is the no go away. Stay away. No, thank you. No. Thank you

    嬰兒藍是不走了。遠離。不,謝謝你。不,謝謝你

  • Kakigori, Kakigori

    柿子郡,柿子郡

  • K-A-K-I-G-O-R-I

    K-A-K-I-G-O-R-I

  • Simon messed up!

    西蒙搞砸了!

  • Kakigori, Kakigori

    柿子郡,柿子郡

  • K-A-K-I-G-O-R-I

    K-A-K-I-G-O-R-I

  • Kaki-Kakigori

    Kaki-Kakigori

  • Ah! I messed it up!

    啊,我搞砸了!

  • Kakigori, Kaki-Kaigori.

    垣垣垣,垣垣垣。

  • K-A-K-I-G-O-R-I

    K-A-K-I-G-O-R-I

  • Nailed it.

    釘住了。

  • We have to whisper more because people started looking. -What are we talking about, again? -We're talking about kakigori.

    我們必須小聲點,因為人們開始看了。-我們又在說什麼呢?-我們在談論Kakigori.

  • This is only available in the summertime.

    這隻有在夏天的時候才有。

  • If you come here to Japan and you suffer the heat without suffering this why

    如果你到日本來,不受炎熱的煎熬,為什麼?

  • even bother coming? This is the most important part of your trip right here.

    甚至還要來嗎?這是你此行最重要的部分,就在這裡。

  • It's so cold, and so great.

    好冷,好棒。

  • There is something really special about being extremely overheated, and then having really really really cold ice

    有一種很特別的感覺,就是在極度過熱的情況下,然後有非常非常非常冷的冰塊。

  • It's super refreshing. If you were to have this, let's say in like December

    這是超級清爽的。如果你有這個,讓我們說在像12月。

  • No. It wouldn't feel the same feeling same at all.

    不,感覺完全不一樣的感覺。

  • It kind of has that like summer festival vibe to me where you want to be like just sweaty and eating something refreshing.

    它有點像夏日節日的氛圍,對我來說,你想在那裡像只是出汗,吃一些清爽的東西。

  • You know?

    你知道嗎?

  • There is back when we lived in Korea the idea of Xuan Hutta in which if you're very hot,

    當年我們在韓國生活的時候,有玄衚衕的想法,在其中如果你很熱。

  • then you're supposed to eat some hot soup, and that will make your body cool down. I could say that is 100%

    那你就應該吃點熱湯,這樣可以讓你的身體降溫。我可以說這是100%的

  • false. I've tried it many times. It never works. But eating is some nice kakigori. That's what will cool you down.

    假的。我已經試過很多次了。從來沒有成功過。但吃點好的柿子,就能降溫。這樣才能讓你冷靜下來。

  • Now, I am gonna say there's some high-class kakigori because

    現在,我想說的是,有一些高級的kakigori,因為。

  • she layered it. -She layered it. -I watched her layer it. So the one that I have right now is Japanese lime,

    她把它分層了-她把它分層了-我看著她分層。所以,我現在有一個是日本石灰。

  • lemon is the way that you want to think of it.

    檸檬就是你想的那種方式。

  • It's kind of like it's tiny and circular and you think it's the line but it has much more of a sour kind of yuzu

    它有點像它的小圓圈,你以為它是線,但它有更多的柚子的酸澀的那種感覺

  • punch to it, but not sour like a lemon. So it's really really refreshing. Yours, I bet, is creamy.

    衝到它,但不酸像檸檬。所以它真的非常非常清爽。你的,我打賭,是奶油。

  • I have the strawberry Ichigo milk. It's just called the Ichigo melt like a teenage girl. Yes. I've got the girly one

    我有草莓味的一哥奶。只是叫一護融化像少女一樣。是啊,是啊我有少女的那款

  • You know

    你知道嗎?

  • Why? Because it's summertime and I need to find some semblance of youth so I can make it through this

    為什麼要這樣做?因為現在是夏天,我需要找回一些青春的感覺,這樣我才能度過這個夏天。

  • unbearable date and I love it. I mean, it's delicious. -I'm gonna trade mine with yours. -You're gonna call me teenage girl

    難以忍受的日期,我喜歡它。我的意思是,它的美味。-我要把我的和你的換掉.-你要叫我小姑娘了

  • I'm gonna trade nothing with you.

    我不會和你做任何交易

  • Well, I just want to let you know what this tastes like so you might feel excited about it

    我只是想讓你知道這東西的味道 所以你可能會感到興奮。

  • It tastes like freshly squeezed lemonade like in the summertime when you have real limey lemonade. Are you ready for this? -Hold on

    它的味道就像鮮榨的檸檬水一樣,就像在夏天的時候,你有真正的檸檬水。你準備好了嗎?-等一下

  • All right, Wow, you wait just so much more than me yet. I think you were talking the whole time

    好吧,哇,你等的時間比我還多。我覺得你一直在說

  • Oh, yeah, this is a really fluffy one

    哦,是的,這是一個非常蓬鬆的一個。

  • Oh, yeah when it comes to kakigori

    哦,是的,當它涉及到kakigori的時候

  • There's this very fine balance in what you're trying to eat this fast enough

    有這個非常微妙的平衡 在什麼你試圖吃這個足夠快的速度

  • so it doesn't melt but you also try to eat this slow enough so you don't die of brain freeze and there's this like

    所以它不會融化,但你也嘗試吃這個足夠慢,所以你不死的大腦凍結,有這樣的喜歡

  • really dangerous tightrope that you're walking on. I almost- one more spoon and I would have died.

    真的很危險 你走在鋼絲上。我幾乎... ...再來一個勺子我就死了。

  • I'm back for more. -I would have died but I balanced it out. -Oh my god. -Right? You see how refreshing it is?

    我還會再來的-我本來會死的,但我平衡了它.-哦,我的天啊.-是嗎?你看這多新鮮啊?

  • Wow, yours is better than mine. -Mine's a very adult kakigori. -This is adult go back. I want to be a teenage girl again.

    哇,你的比我的好。-我的是非常成人的kakigori.-這是成人的回去。我想再做一次少女。

  • Remember above all,

    首先要記住。

  • kakigori. -And you have to sing the song that we sang. Which for those of you the play categories. They should know that song

    柿子郡-你要唱我們唱的那首歌。對你們來說,這首歌是遊戲類的。他們應該知道這首歌

  • Categories, cat-categories

    種類,貓咪的類別,。

  • C-A-T-E-G-O-R-I-E-S. Prime numbers. -Oh my god. What's a prime number?

    C-A-T-E-G-O-R-I-E-S。質數。-哦,我的上帝。什麼是質數?

  • It can only be divided by itself and one. No other number in between that. -Like seven?

    它只能被自己和一除掉。中間沒有其他數字-像7?

  • Seven is a good one. Okay, seven. -Three

    七是一個很好的一個。好吧,七。-三

  • Seventeen. -Eleven. -Who's confirming all this by the way? -I am cuz I'm a math genius.

    17個-十一-是誰在確認這一切呢?-是我,因為我是個數學天才。

  • Twenty-three. -Thirty-one

    二十三-三十一歲

  • um

  • Thirty-seven. -Right? Forty-one. -Forty-three. -Thirty-nine. -Thirty-nine can be divided by three. -Yes it can.

    三十七號-對嗎?四十一歲-四十三-39-39可以除以3.-是的,可以

  • I beat the smart kid. I beat the smart kid.

    我打敗了聰明的孩子。我打敗了聰明的孩子。

  • So the Sun is finally set and you've spent the whole day gathering and collecting sweat on all the different parts of your body and

    所以,太陽終於落山了,你花了一整天的時間收集和收集你身體各個部位的汗水,而且

  • Culturing all these lovely bacterias and smells on you. What are you gonna do? Japan has just the right answer for you.

    培養這些可愛的細菌和你身上的氣味。你要怎麼做?日本為你提供了正確的答案。

  • Oh, yeah a perfect transition

    哦,是啊,一個完美的過渡

  • These are body sheets. Now at first glance when you go into like any convenience store

    這些都是體單。現在,在第一眼,當你進入像任何便利店

  • you're gonna see all these sheets that are out front and it kind of looks like are these like baby wipes or like what are

    你會看到所有的這些表 這是在前面,它看起來有點像 這些是像嬰兒溼巾或像什麼是

  • these for? They're actually deodorant sheets

    這些是幹什麼用的?其實是除臭片

  • Yes, and also cooling sheets.

    是的,還有冷卻片。

  • So some of them have like a menthol in it and you take them and you wipe it down on your skin and it makes you

    所以,有些人有像一個薄荷醇在裡面 你把它們和你擦下來在你的皮膚,它使你的。

  • feel, apparently, -3 degrees colder. -I'm not sure how they measure that but these actually work

    感覺,顯然, -3度冷。-我不知道他們是怎麼測量的,但這些東西實際上是有效的。