字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 So, another drive-through, and today we're going to try "gyudon" and see what that's like. [Speaking Japanese.] -Hi -[Speaking Japanese.] [Speaking Japanese.] Okay, so let's see what "gyudon" is. So here it is, this is the medium-sized, uh, beef bowl "gyudon." And you just got a lot of beef and some sautéed onions. And then they give you this pack. You have your napkin, chopsticks, toothpick, uh, hot pepper. And toothpick for later, and, uh, the pickled ginger. The "benishoga," the red pickled ginger, which is quite common here for "okonomiyaki" as well as other types of food. So, put that on. It kind of has a bit of a pickled flavor, a bit of a vinegar flavor, and if you like the hot "shichimi" which is actually seven spices. Some of them are, are like cayenne type pepper. And here it is. This is good because it's a very standard lunch. This is under 500 yen, so 500-yen coins. So, a lot of times salaried workers, uh, salarymen, will have a one coin lunch, and that means any kind of lunch you can get for under 500 yen. So this would be one of those. And this was actually, um, small size and a regular size and a medium size was only 830 Japanese yen, so that's, um, quite cheap, so here it is. Okay, pretty, pretty good, pretty healthy. Definitely a popular dish here in Japan. Thank you for watching, please like, subscribe, and feel free to comment. And also, let me know what kinds of food you want to see here in Japan. Thank you, goodbye.