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  • (Music)

    (音樂)

  • We are here in Aizu-Wakamatsu at the Harataki Hotel and we're really excited because they are finally allowing

    我們現在在會津若松的原瀧酒店,我們真的很興奮,因為他們終於允許了。

  • people with tattoos into their onsen.

    有紋身的人進入他們的溫泉。

  • So, if you're coming to Japan and you want to use an onsen, we're going to give you a little guide

    所以,如果你來到日本,想使用溫泉,我們將為你提供一個小指南。

  • so you don't make a fool of yourself

    免得出醜

  • and you know exactly what to do. Come let me show you the ways of the onsen.

    你知道該怎麼做來吧,讓我告訴你溫泉的方法。

  • M-Are we about to get naked on camera. S-Let's get naked girl. M-About to get naked on camera.

    我們要在鏡頭前脫光了嗎? M -我們要脫光了嗎?S -讓我們裸體的女孩。 M -即將得到赤裸的相機。

  • But we're gonna be in separate rooms though. It's not co-ed. Separate rooms. Men and women.

    但我們會在單獨的房間,雖然。這不是男女同房。單獨的房間。男人和女人。

  • Scoundrel!

    惡棍!

  • All right, rule number one: make sure you know which one is for men

    好吧,第一條規則:確保你知道哪條是男人的

  • and which one is for women. Usually women have a red curtain outside and men have blue.

    和哪個是女人的。通常女人外面是紅色的簾子,男人是藍色的。

  • But if for some reason they don't have color coded curtains,

    但如果因為某些原因,他們沒有色標窗簾。

  • which has happened to me before, you're gonna want to memorize this tiny tiny kanji to tell the difference.

    我以前也遇到過這種情況,你要記住這個小小的小小的漢字,才能分辨出區別。

  • But, luckily here, it's pretty easy.

    不過,幸運的是,在這裡,這很容易。

  • (Music)

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  • All to myself. So whether you're staying in an onsen hotel, or you're just visiting an onsen,

    都是我一個人的。所以無論你是住在溫泉酒店,還是去溫泉旅遊。

  • they will have little tiny lockers for you to put in your like wallet and your cell phone and stuff. You can lock it up

    他們會有小小的儲物櫃,讓你把你的喜歡的錢包和你的手機和東西。你可以把它鎖起來

  • and these keys are waterproof. But for the rest of your clothing,

    而這些鑰匙是防水的。但對於你其他的衣服。

  • we're just going to use a basket. You're gonna wanna dump all your clothing into one of these baskets here.

    我們只是要使用一個籃子。你要去想傾倒你所有的衣服 到這些籃子之一在這裡。

  • And then, you want to get naked. Sorry guys can't watch this part.

    然後,你想脫光。對不起,你們不能看這部分。

  • (Music)

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  • Time to test your knowledge of the onsen.

    是時候考驗你對溫泉的認識了。

  • I'm gonna be throwing out some onsen facts to you guys. Some are true and some are terribly false.

    我將向你們介紹一些溫泉的事實。有些是真的,有些是假的。

  • We'll see how many of them you guys actually can call out for me. Right over here we have a lovely little basket.

    我們看看你們到底能給我叫出多少個來。就在這裡,我們有一個可愛的小籃子。

  • It's filled with hair elastics. That is because it is extremely

    它裡面充滿了頭髮的彈性。那是因為它是極其

  • rude to get into the onsen bathtub area with your hair touching the water. Is that true or false?

    頭髮接觸到水的情況下進入溫泉浴場是很不禮貌的。這是真的還是假的?

  • It's true. Do not let your hair drag in the water.

    這是真的。不要讓你的頭髮拖在水裡。

  • That's for you to guys if you have long hair. Imagine the gigantic hair balls that will form over

    這是給你們的,如果你們是長髮的話。想象一下,巨大的毛球將形成的。

  • all the time of people. It would be like a monster rising from the ocean. Get your hair up.

    所有的人的時間。這將是像一個怪物 從海洋中上升。把你的頭髮豎起來。

  • Onsen fact: true or false? You must wet your hair before getting into the onsen.

    溫泉事實:是真是假?進入溫泉前必須先把頭髮打溼。

  • This is actually an undecided one. Some people say you don't have to wash your hair

    這其實是一個不確定的問題。有人說不用洗頭了

  • but you must get it wet before getting into the onsen. Other people say it doesn't matter just as long as your hair doesn't actually

    但在進入溫泉前必須把頭髮弄溼。也有人說,只要你的頭髮不溼,就無所謂了

  • touch the water. So I choose to not wash my hair today, but I will be pulling it up quite firmly

    碰水。所以我今天選擇不洗頭,但我會很堅定地把頭髮挽起來。

  • and applying this super adorable headband to ensure that no hair touches the water.

    並套上這個超級可愛的頭帶,確保頭髮不碰水。

  • (Music)

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  • Most onsens will be providing you with two towels.

    大多數溫泉會給你提供兩條毛巾。

  • There will be a big towel for you to dry off with, and then there'll be this little, teeny tiny towel.

    會有一條大毛巾讓你擦乾,然後會有這條十幾釐米的小毛巾。

  • What is this tiny towel for? This teeny towel actually has two purposes.

    這條小小的毛巾有什麼用?這條小小的毛巾其實有兩個用途。

  • You can use it to scrub your body clean

    你可以用它把身體擦得乾乾淨淨的

  • and then also you can use it as a manner towel. So a lot of people that get naked will take this towel and just

    然後還可以當做方式巾使用。所以很多脫光了的人都會拿著這個毛巾,然後就

  • kind of like cover up their lady or man bits when they're transferring between

    有點像掩蓋他們的女人或男人的位子 當他們之間的轉移。

  • showering and bathing and back and forth again; so get your tiny manner towel ready.

    洗澡洗澡再來回,所以要準備好你的小態度毛巾。

  • (Music)

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  • Now this over here is the onsen. It is not a bathtub for you to clean your body in. That is a massive faux pas.

    這邊是溫泉這不是給你清洗身體的浴缸。這是一個巨大的失誤。

  • When you come here the first thing you should do this clean off. Get off the lotion, the deodorant

    當你來到這裡的第一件事,你應該做這個清潔。脫掉乳液,除臭劑。

  • that you're wearing before you go to soak in the actual onsen. You will be very highly judged

    在去泡溫泉之前,您可以穿上您的衣服。你會受到很高的評價

  • if you just step right into that hot tub. So guys, let's go get scrubbed.

    如果你只是一步到位 進入該熱水浴缸。所以,夥計們,讓我們去得到擦洗。

  • (Music)

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  • Now, most onsens will provide you with shampoo and conditioner and body soap and maybe even face soap

    現在,大多數onsens會為你提供洗髮水、護髮素和沐浴露,甚至是香皂。

  • if they're fancy, but not all of them do. So if you're paying to get into just an onsen

    如果他們是花哨的,但不是所有的溫泉都是這樣。所以,如果你只是花錢進溫泉的話

  • you might want to bring a little bit of toiletries with you.

    你可能要帶一點洗漱用品。

  • (Music)

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  • This is an important ritual known as kuma kuma

    這是一個重要的儀式,稱為Kuma kuma。

  • Because there's been many people that have been visiting this onsen for like, years and years and years,

    因為有很多人已經來過這個溫泉,很多年了,很多年了。

  • you don't want to kind of anger or disrespect the spirits.

    你不希望那種憤怒或不尊重的精神。

  • So you scoop up a little bit of the water using this special bucket known as a karaoke.

    於是你就用這個被稱為 "卡拉OK "的特製水桶舀起一點水。

  • And then you pour it back into the water.

    然後你再把它倒進水裡。

  • That's total BS guys. I completely made that up.

    這完全是胡說八道,夥計們。這完全是我編的

  • This is an important bucket for getting your body all warm and clean.

    這是一個重要的桶,可以讓你的身體全部溫暖乾淨。

  • (Music)

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  • Yes, I'm cheating I am wearing a bathing suit. But normally, I should be naked right now.

    是的,我是在作弊,我穿著泳衣。但一般來說,我現在應該是裸體的。

  • Let's hit the open air bath.

    我們去露天浴場吧。

  • (Music)

    (音樂)

  • Let's talk about the real use of this bucket, shall we? You can use it for when you're actually washing

    我們來說說這個桶的真正用途吧?你可以用它來做你真正洗衣服的時候

  • but the real intention is to help you ease your way into hot springs. A lot of onsen are

    但真正的目的是幫助您輕鬆進入溫泉。很多溫泉都是

  • totally nuts hot like you put your feet in and you're like aaarghh!

    完全堅果熱就像你把你的腳,你就像Aarghh!

  • You scoop up some water, and starting at your feet

    你舀了些水,從你的腳下開始

  • you slowly warm up your body to get used to it. So let's get used to this frickin' scalding hot onsen.

    你慢慢地暖和你的身體以適應它。那我們就來適應一下這燙手的溫泉吧。

  • (Water rushing & moving over rocks)

    (水在岩石上奔流和移動)

  • This is nice.

    這是很好的。

  • Guys, if you have your little modesty towel with you, you can pop it on the top of your head, like this, to keep it out

    夥計們,如果你有你的小謙虛巾,你可以把它彈在你的頭頂上,像這樣,以防止它。

  • of the water. It's also quite nice if you dip it in cold water first.

    的水。如果先用冷水浸泡一下,也是相當不錯的。

  • But whatever you do, don't wring it into the onsen

    但無論如何,不要把它擰到溫泉裡去

  • It's considered very poor manners to do that. Just keep it up here

    這樣做被認為是非常不禮貌的。你就在這等著吧

  • Now I know a lot of you guys feel uncomfortable with the idea of public nudity

    我知道你們很多人對公開裸體的想法感到不舒服

  • But I gotta tell you if you come to Japan and you miss out on the chance to enjoy an onsen, guys

    但我得告訴你們,如果你們來日本,錯過了享受溫泉的機會,夥計們。

  • It's such a nice way to unplug. You can't bring your phone with you

    這真是一個很好的解壓方式。你不能帶著你的手機

  • You can't check Twitter, Instagram, YouTube. If you don't have another friend to come with,

    你不能查看Twitter,Instagram,YouTube。如果你沒有另一個朋友來與。

  • you just got to kind of sit, enjoy the scenery, relax, and unplug

    你只是有種坐下來,享受風景,放鬆,並拔掉插頭

  • (background music)

    (背景音樂)

  • Why have I never seen a baby pigeon? Where are they?

    為什麼我從沒見過小鴿子?它們在哪裡?

  • I'm not sure if I've ever used a semicolon correctly in my entire life.

    我不知道我這輩子有沒有正確使用過分號。

  • It's always been a guess.

    一直都是猜測。

  • I just realized that I put a lot more effort into getting my cat to like me than I put effort into getting

    我才意識到,我在讓我的貓喜歡上我的時候,付出的努力比我在讓我的貓喜歡上我的時候,付出的努力要多得多。

  • people to like me.

    人們喜歡我。

  • Cats are so soft.

    貓咪是如此的柔軟。

  • (Music)

    (音樂)

  • Hmm. You know what? Your stomach thinks that all potatoes are mashed potatoes.

    嗯,你知道嗎?你的胃認為所有的洋芋都是土豆泥你的胃認為,所有的洋芋都是土豆泥。

  • Delicious.

    好吃極了

  • (Music)

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  • I wonder what Martina's doing? Probably not being informative whatsoever.

    我不知道瑪蒂娜在做什麼?可能是沒有什麼信息量吧。

  • She's such a slacker sometimes.

    她有時真是個懶鬼。

  • (Music)

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  • In Japanese, there's actually a really nice phrase which means "naked friendship".

    在日語中,其實有一句很好聽的話,意思是 "赤裸裸的友誼"。

  • And the concept is that everyone is the same when they're naked.

    而概念是,每個人裸體的時候都是一樣的。

  • Nobody wants to be naked. You can't tell if anybody's rich, or if anybody's poor.

    沒有人願意裸體。你不能告訴任何人是富人,還是窮人。

  • We're all exactly the same, so don't worry about people looking at you and checking out your scars, or if you're overweight,

    我們都是一模一樣的,所以不用擔心別人看你,檢查你的疤痕,或者你是否超重。

  • or if you have a weird tattoo. Nobody cares. Naked friendship. Come to Japan, enjoy an onsen, get naked.

    或如果你有一個奇怪的紋身,沒有人關心。赤裸裸的友誼。來日本,享受溫泉,裸體。

  • So, this was a super fun shoot because Martina did all the work

    所以,這是一個超級有趣的拍攝,因為瑪蒂娜做了所有的工作。

  • and all I had to do was soak in a tub and look reflective and stuff like that.

    我所要做的就是泡在浴缸裡,看起來很反光之類的東西。

  • We also only had an hour, so Martina did all the grunt work

    我們也只有一個小時的時間,所以瑪蒂娜做了所有的工作

  • and I I did the artsy shots, you could say, for, for the team.

    我,我做了藝術的鏡頭,你可以說,為,為團隊。

  • (Bark)

    (樹皮)

  • (Music)

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  • It's like my dream. You guys have no idea how much I love milk. This might sound strange to you, but after an onsen

    這就像我的夢想。你們不知道我有多愛喝牛奶。你們可能會覺得奇怪,但在泡完溫泉後...

  • it's actually kind of traditional to drink milk. Hence, the milk vending machine here. You got normal milk,

    其實喝牛奶也是一種傳統。所以,這裡有自動售奶機。你喝的是普通牛奶

  • you've got yogurt milk, and you've got coffee flavored milk. Supposedly this started because milk was cheaper than buying soda.

    你有酸奶牛奶, 你有咖啡口味的牛奶。據說這是因為牛奶比買蘇打水便宜。

  • Yeah, I don't know. All I know is that this is totally

    是啊,我不知道。我所知道的是,這是完全

  • amazing. Glass milk bottle!

    驚人的。玻璃奶瓶!

  • Oh my god. It is so good. It is so full fat. This is like I feel like I'm drinking 4% milk.

    哦,我的上帝。它是如此的好。它是如此全脂。這就像我覺得像我喝4%的牛奶。

  • This is unbelievable. I never would have expected milk to be something I'd want after being in like hot

    這真是令人難以置信。我從來沒有想過牛奶會是我想要的東西 之後在像熱

  • soaking situation, but wow.

    泡的情況,但哇。

  • Icy cold milk.

    冰冷的牛奶。

  • (music, milk drinking)

    (音樂、喝奶)

  • Mmm. This is my dream

    嗯,這是我的夢想這是我的夢想

  • (music)

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  • So we are ending our night here with an incredible experience. You guys should see where we are right now.

    所以,我們要在這裡結束我們的夜晚,帶著不可思議的經歷。 你們應該看看我們現在在哪裡。

  • Yep. We're sitting at a table

    是的,我們正坐在一張桌子旁我們坐在一張桌子旁

  • on a river with a waterfall, and there's literally a tree like growing out of the side of the table. Right there.

    在一條有瀑布的河上,有字面上一棵樹 像生長在桌子的一側。就在那裡。

  • That's the waterfall. If I wanted to I could jump into it, from here. Yep. Into the waterfall.

    那是瀑布如果我想的話,我可以從這裡跳進去。是的,跳進瀑布裡。跳進瀑布裡

  • Hopefully you guys can hear us over the sound of the amazing roaring water.

    希望你們能在驚人的水聲中聽到我們的聲音。

  • Well this style of dining has actually got a name it's called kawadoko, and it means literally eating at a table by a river.

    這種用餐方式其實有一個名字叫kawadoko,意思就是在河邊的桌子上吃飯。

  • I kind of think of it like how if you say to somebody I'm going on a picnic (exactly)

    我覺得就像你對別人說我要去野餐一樣(確切地說

  • it implies that you're gonna be like outdoors on the grass. If you tell someone you're gonna be eating

    這意味著你會像戶外的草地上。如果你告訴別人你要去吃飯

  • like, kawadoko, it means you're gonna be eating at this like, amazing

    就像,kawadoko,這意味著你要去 吃在這個一樣,驚人的。

  • riverside magic.

    河邊的魔法。

  • This is an absolutely fantastic way to end your onsen experience. I'm so excited for this, gonna happen.

    這絕對是結束你的溫泉體驗的絕妙方式。我好興奮,要來了。

  • Can I just say, this right here is my retirement dream.

    我只能說,這裡是我的退休夢想。

  • I really want to live by a running body of water. If I could listen to water like this, I will sleep like the dead.

    我真想住在流水旁。如果能聽著這樣的水聲,我一定會睡得像死人一樣。

  • And I'll have to pee all the time. It's, this, this is my dream right here. This is really special.

    而且我還得一直尿尿。這是,這,這是我的夢想就在這裡。這是真的很特別。

  • I feel like I'm 60 years old and happy. This is. What do you mean? You feel like you're sixty years old

    我感覺自己已經60歲了,很幸福。這是。什麼意思?你覺得自己已經六十歲了

  • and happy. Well because a lot of like old people are like...okay.

    和快樂。嗯,因為很多喜歡的老人都喜歡......好吧。

  • You know what?

    你知道嗎?

  • Let's just drink some beer before you dig yourself a pit. Oh look at this frozen glass.

    在你給自己挖坑之前,我們先喝些啤酒吧。哦,看看這個冰凍的杯子。

  • Oh my god.

    哦,我的上帝。

  • This is so cold and wonderful. Oh my gosh. I can barely hold this girl.

    這真是太冷了,太美妙了。天哪,我都快抱不住這姑娘了。

  • Kampai.

    Kampai。

  • Oh my god.

    哦,我的上帝。

  • Let's start off our night right.

    讓我們開始我們的夜晚的權利。

  • (Music)

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  • So, that's it for this week's wonderful adventure.

    那麼,本週的精彩冒險就到此為止。

  • This is our second time at Harataki Onsen. I love it here.

    這是我們第二次來原瀧溫泉了。我很喜歡這裡。

  • Mmhm.

    嗯哼

  • I didn't even know that they had this available this time around

    我都不知道他們這次有這個東西可以用

  • Eating by the waterfall, having great food, a wonderful onsen. This is really special to me guys. Good feels

    在瀑布邊吃飯,吃著美味的食物,享受著美妙的溫泉。這對我來說真的很特別,你們。好的感覺

  • right? I just, I feel great. You burnt the *baah* out of that girl.I didn't. I trusted you.

    對嗎?我只是,我感覺很好。你把那個女孩燒死了 我沒有我沒有 我相信你

  • Word doesn't fill me, we got to get to eating. If you want information on how to get to the hotel, click on our blog post.

    話不投機半句多,我們得去吃飯了。如果你想知道如何去酒店的資訊,請點擊我們的博文。

  • And we'll know all about how to get over here, and when this is in season and all that jazz

    我們就會知道怎麼來這裡,什麼時候是季節,什麼時候是爵士樂。

  • Kampai, everyone. Okay. Goodbye. Kampai.

    錦鯉,各位好的,再見再見啦錦鯉

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