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  • Greetings, everybody.

    大家好

  • Welcome to Yasukuni Shrine.

    歡迎來到靖國神社。

  • I'm going to be taking you on a strove E, which is a stream movie together.

    我將帶著你一起去逛E,這是一部流電影。

  • And we're gonna go take a look at the first cherry blossom in Tokyo.

    而我們要去看看東京的第一朵櫻花。

  • Yes, that's right.

    是的,是這樣的

  • I saw on the news that it ballooned.

    我在新聞上看到,它膨脹了。

  • I'm pretty excited about this, so let's go check it out.

    我很興奮,我們去看看吧。

  • Now.

    現在就去

  • This is called the meteorological index tree.

    這就是所謂的氣象指數樹。

  • Which means this is the truth that they use in order to measure when the cherry blossoms are gonna bloom came by bicycle.

    也就是說,這就是他們為了測量櫻花什麼時候會開的真相,是用自行車來的。

  • Welcome to ask you this premium Never go down the center of the shrine.

    歡迎問你這個高級的千萬不要走到神社的中心。

  • We're gonna take a look this way.

    我們從這邊看一下。

  • And then most of the trees you could see in front of us have not started to blossom.

    然後前面能看到的大部分樹木都還沒有開始開花。

  • It's pretty dark, but the index trees over here, you can already see the people taking pictures of it.

    雖然很黑,但這邊的索引樹,已經可以看到人們在拍照了。

  • You see that?

    你看到了嗎?

  • Let's go over there.

    我們去那邊吧

  • Take a look at the index tree.

    看一下索引樹。

  • This is a app called double take which allows the use both the front and the back camera to bring you kind of a unique perspective that I can't do with the iPhone 11.

    這是一個叫做雙攝的應用,它可以同時使用前置和後置攝像頭,給你帶來一種獨特的視角,這是我在iPhone 11上做不到的。

  • I don't think that your blessings.

    我不認為你的祝福。

  • We're gonna open too much this weekend.

    這個週末我們要開的太多了。

  • But for me, for everything that's been going on, it's very nice to have something positive Teoh look forward to.

    但對我來說,對於發生的一切,能有一些積極的泰奧期待,是非常好的。

  • And Chave lessons is that one thing every year where I can say winter's gone spring is here and we can kind of celebrate together.

    Chave的教訓是,每年都有一件事,我可以說冬天走了,春天來了,我們可以一起慶祝。

  • Do you see that on your screen?

    你在螢幕上看到了嗎?

  • Let's focus on the cherry blossoms.

    我們來關注一下櫻花。

  • Here's the tree from behind.

    這是後面的樹。

  • The sun is just setting here Yasukuni Shrine.

    靖國神社的夕陽剛剛落下。

  • It's really pretty, and it goes up here and probably in the next uh, 45 days, all these blossoms, they're gonna start opening up like popcorn up and you're gonna get a chance to see spring in action.

    它真的很美,它在這上面,可能在接下來的45天裡,所有這些花兒,會像爆米花一樣開始開放,你會有機會看到春天的行動。

  • I guess that's what they call it.

    我想這就是他們所說的。

  • Spring.

    春天。

  • You just kind of springs open.

    你只是一種彈簧打開。

  • Let's go over to the other side, and I'll show you the one piece of popcorn that on the tree over there in the index tree for Japan for quite a long time, there's a sign on the base of it right here.

    我們到另一邊去,我給大家看一塊爆米花,在那邊的樹上,在日本的索引樹上,已經有相當長的時間了,在它的底部就有一個標誌。

  • Let's pan down and take a quick look.

    我們往下平移一下,快速看一下。

  • It's telling here this is a sample tree for the Vienna logical observation conducted by the Tookie original headquarters of the Japan Meteorological Agency, J.

    這裡說的是這是日本氣象廳土岐原總部進行的維也納邏輯觀測的樣本樹,J。

  • M.

    M.

  • A.

    A.

  • It doesn't say how long it's been.

    它沒有說有多長時間了。

  • That's kind of a shame.

    這是一種恥辱。

  • I see it.

    我明白了

  • Let's come over here when a pan across this tree here and you can see there's one blossom and we would call that the first blossom cherry blossom season.

    我們來這裡的時候,一平移過這裡的這棵樹,你可以看到有一朵花,我們會把它叫做初花櫻花季。

  • You see it right in the center of your screen.

    你可以在螢幕中央看到它。

  • I kind of wish I could just go over there and get a closer look.

    我有點希望能去那邊仔細看看。

  • But this is the best we could dio I was gonna pan over.

    但這是我們能做的最好的事情了,我本來想平移過來的。

  • That's a new future.

    這是一個新的未來。

  • Hanover could see the entire tree.

    漢諾威可以看到整棵樹。

  • Now you can see it there.

    現在你可以看到它在那裡。

  • Glasson is right about here, one that's open but pulled back a little bit.

    格拉斯頓就在這裡,一個是開放的,但拉回一點。

  • You can see it's beautiful.

    你可以看到它的美麗。

  • There's a lot of people here.

    這裡有很多人。

  • Yeah, it looks like everybody's taking pictures like puppet, etc.

    是啊,看來大家都像木偶一樣拍照,等等。

  • For the one of the most famous cherry blossom trees in Japan, A definitely top 10.

    對於日本最著名的櫻花樹之一,A絕對是前十名。

  • Uh, the jam has been using this for maybe 50 60 years.

    呃,果醬用這個已經有五六十年了。

  • There's a long history on it, but on the side here you can see this cones and barriers.

    這上面有很長的歷史,但是在這邊你可以看到這個錐子和障礙。

  • People don't charge it because of the situation worldwide, there's not a lot of people here, but typically there'd be maybe 45 times that panned.

    人家不收,是因為全世界的情況,這裡的人不多,但一般情況下,可能會有45倍的平移。

  • Out here, you can see the barriers and the longer you steak and people don't don't stick around.

    在這裡,你可以看到壁壘,你扒的時間越長,人們就越不堅持。

  • But you see the tree.

    但你看那棵樹。

  • It's got polls to waste it up so it stays safe.

    它有民調來浪費它,所以它保持安全。

  • Even in the wind.

    即使在風中。

  • It's a very important tree.

    這是一棵非常重要的樹。

  • You can tell by the way they protected.

    從他們的保護方式就可以看出。

  • When you do come to Yasukuni, just keep in mind.

    當你真的來到靖國的時候,只要記住。

  • This is a very sacred place.

    這是一個非常神聖的地方。

  • You don't want to use a large voice show.

    你不希望使用大型的語音節目。

  • He's back to coming to worship.

    他又來拜師了。

  • You could see the limbs of this secretary being supported.

    你可以看到這位書記的四肢被支撐著。

  • Why would there?

    為什麼會有?

  • Do you see that all the way to the ground when there's typhoons and when the weather is not good Later in the fall, it stays protected.

    有颱風的時候,天氣不好的時候,你看到了嗎? 後來秋天的時候,一直保護著它。

  • You can get a little bit closer on the off season.

    你可以在淡季的時候更近一點。

  • I think it's just about 34 days away, and, wow, this is gonna be beautiful.

    我想還有34天就到了,哇,這一定會很美。

  • Maybe we'll come back and take a closer look at it.

    也許我們會回來仔細看看。

  • I did come here in another in a live stream several years ago.

    幾年前的一次直播中,我確實在另一個來過這裡。

  • Was it last year, Just on the other side from the index tree.

    是去年,就在索引樹的另一邊。

  • There's a lot of other cherry blossoms.

    還有很多其他的櫻花。

  • And, yes, Cody shrines.

    還有,是的,科迪神龕。

  • A very popular place to go for cherry blossom viewing.

    是一個非常受歡迎的賞櫻勝地。

  • This over here is the is the main shrine.

    這邊是主殿。

  • Um, very respectful people come here to pray, So you don't want to linger too much over there.

    嗯,非常尊重的人來到這裡祈禱, 所以你不希望逗留太多那邊。

  • And then we're just gonna go over out of the shrine area and then walk over down the down the walkway all the way to the front.

    然後,我們只是要去那邊 出了神龕區,然後走了過來 下來的走道 一路到前面。

  • Now, there's a huge tour 20 gate at the end of it.

    現在,在它的盡頭有一個巨大的旅遊20門。

  • And as you get closer to the main trying to get smaller and smaller, slightly smaller, pretty big this'll ones a gigantic one.

    而當你越來越接近主想越來越小,稍微小一點,挺大的這將的一個巨大的。

  • That's interesting.

    這很有趣。

  • Um, since about 23 years ago, they've been drinking alcohol inside of here.

    嗯,從23年前開始,他們就在這裡喝酒了。

  • Uh, no loud music again.

    呃,沒有大聲的音樂了。

  • Be respectful.

    要尊重。

  • Nakata.

    中田。

  • Okay, apparently.

    好吧,顯然。

  • And no drones.

    也沒有無人機。

  • Absolutely not.

    絕對不是。

  • Don't even attempt it.

    不要嘗試它。

  • Things will not go well for you if you dio never walked down the center, Uh, never walk down the center when you will enter a shrine.

    如果你從來沒有走過中心,事情就不會好辦,呃,當你要進入神社的時候,千萬不要走到中心。

  • That lane down the middle is reserved for kami sama and stick to the side.

    中間那條車道是留給神馬的,要靠邊站。

  • There's a very large 20 gate.

    有一個非常大的20門。

  • There's even a bigger one at the front.

    前面還有一個更大的。

  • Can you see it?

    你能看到它嗎?

  • Just about 300 meters past there, where that glare is this in the bottom left, that's Ah, the bigger one and the left side.

    就在那裡過去300米左右,那個青光的地方就是左下角的這個,那是啊,比較大的那個,左邊也是。

  • This is Japanese sake and sake.

    這就是日本的酒和清酒。

  • Makers will come to shrines and donate this to be blessed, I guess, would be like, I don't know is holy water a bad comparison?

    製造者會到神社捐出這個來祝福,我想,會不會像,我不知道聖水是不是不好比?

  • But it would be every blessed, and it's good to have your sake at the shrine again.

    但這將是每一福氣的,你的清酒又在祠堂裡,這是好的。

  • Japanese sake is called Nihon Shoe, which means the Drink of Japan or Japan's drink.

    日本的清酒叫日本鞋,意思是日本的飲料或日本的飲料。

  • So you always see these in front of Japanese shrines, sometimes temples as well Buddhist temples.

    所以你總是在日本的神社前看到這些,有時寺廟以及佛教寺廟。

  • You can wash your hands there, and there it is.

    你可以在那裡洗手,就在那裡。

  • Yasukuni Shrine at the entrance that was the index tree.

    靖國神社的入口處是索引樹。

  • In about a week or so, these trees here and here and here.

    大約一個星期左右,這些樹在這裡,這裡,還有這裡。

  • It'll just be completely white.

    它將只是完全白色的。

  • This year they're not doing any celebration, so the lights and everything have been put away.

    今年他們不搞什麼慶典,所以燈火什麼的都收起來了。

  • Typically, there would be lights, lights on, the on the left and right of the quarter.

    一般情況下,會有燈,燈亮了,在四分之一的左邊和右邊。

  • Beautiful white trees.

    美麗的白樹。

  • Everybody is amazed, and they have celebrations and performances by some of the military bands.

    大家都很驚奇,他們有慶祝活動,還有一些軍樂隊的表演。

  • Seeing the depends.

    看到的取決於。

  • Self defense force their patriotic songs, probably going all the way back to World War Two.

    自衛隊他們的愛國歌曲,大概要追溯到二戰時期。

  • But it just made me feel very much like in Japan.

    但就是讓我覺得很像在日本。

  • You can see the discipline in the in the cadets eyes and that it was refreshing to see a thing.

    你可以從學員們的眼神中看到紀律,看到一件事,讓人耳目一新。

  • Maybe possibly.

    可能吧

  • But it does make you feel very much like your in Japan again, that Jessica and in front of me, you see the other screen that is the bigger 20 gate, the main one when you enter from Kodansha Station and this all in front.

    但它確實讓你感覺很像你在日本,傑西卡和在我面前,你看到另一個螢幕,是更大的20門,主要是當你從Kodansha站和這一切在前面進入。

  • If you're looking at the at the smaller screen there, that is Wow, that is Ah, gonna usually at this time of year, filled with drink and food vendors, street food And today there's nothing.

    如果你在小螢幕上看,那就是 哇,那是啊,要去通常在每年的這個時候, 充滿了飲料和食品的小販,街頭食品和今天有什麼。

  • So the cherry blossoms festivals have been canceled or suspended, I guess you could say, But that doesn't mean you can't come out and take a look at the cherry blossoms as the sun sets here.

    所以櫻花節被取消或暫停了,我想你可以說,但這並不意味著你不能在這裡夕陽西下的時候出來看看櫻花。

  • And yes, Cooney, looking back at the shrine.

    是的,庫尼,回頭看了看神龕。

  • It's a beautiful sight.

    這是一個美麗的景象。

  • Not a lot of people today.

    今天的人不多。

  • I hope you like this.

    我希望你喜歡這個。

  • This is this is a place I come pretty much every year.

    這是我每年都會來的地方。

  • Check it out.

    看看吧

  • It's a shame, though, that festivities air cancelled this year.

    不過很可惜,今年的慶典活動取消了。

  • But if you are in Japan traveling, pleased to be safe.

    但如果你在日本旅遊,很高興能平安。

  • This is not something the situation that we're in something to take lightly.

    這不是什麼東西... ...我們所處的情況是什麼東西輕視。

  • I came by bicycle.

    我是騎自行車來的。

  • It's not very crowded.

    這不是很擁擠。

  • Keep your distance from people in credit areas where masked, wash your hands.

    在戴著口罩的信用區與人保持距離,洗手。

  • I don't take any chances and make sure you get home safely to your families.

    我不會冒任何風險,確保你們安全回家,回到家人身邊。

  • But one last look as the sun sets here in Tokyo, leave me a comment below.

    但在東京這裡夕陽西下的最後一眼,請在下面給我留言。

  • Hit the like button if you like Bistro V's thes streamed movies and I'll see you in another livestream probably tomorrow.

    點擊喜歡的按鈕,如果你喜歡小酒館V的thes流電影,我會看到你在另一個直播可能明天。

Greetings, everybody.

大家好

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