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  • good God, What a sight, terrible, terrible sight makes up for all the Pringles and insects.

    天啊,多麼壯觀的景象,可怕的,可怕的景象彌補了所有的普林格和昆蟲。

  • We've eaten the last two days mm hmm.

    我們在過去的兩天裡吃了不少東西,嗯。

  • Good morning and welcome back to journey across Japan.

    早上好,歡迎回到日本各地的旅程。

  • Escape to Mount Fuji 1000 km in six days of despair and we are surrounded by monkeys.

    在六天的絕望中逃到富士山1000公里,我們被猴子包圍了。

  • Mhm.

    嗯。

  • I'm ironic isn't it?

    我很諷刺,不是嗎?

  • Yesterday we went to Chicago dani Valley in Nagano to the biggest monkey park in Japan and there wasn't a single monkey.

    昨天我們去了長野的芝加哥丹妮谷,去了日本最大的猴子公園,沒有一隻猴子。

  • Today we're in a campsite in the middle of nowhere and there's a whole family wandering through the hills around us.

    今天我們在一個荒郊野外的露營地,有一整個家庭在我們周圍的山上徘徊。

  • So we just stayed overnight in this alpine campsite in toy Emma and Joey is over here jerry.

    是以,我們剛剛在玩具艾瑪的這個高山露營地過夜,喬伊就在這裡,傑裡。

  • The enemy man studying his map of where we're going to next.

    敵人的人在研究他的地圖,知道我們接下來要去哪裡。

  • Good morning Joey.

    早上好,喬伊。

  • How you doing?

    你好嗎?

  • I'm alright, how are you?

    我很好,你呢?

  • I'm good.

    我很好。

  • Did you sleep all right?

    你睡得好嗎?

  • It's all right.

    這一切都很好。

  • Pretty hard.

    相當難。

  • Feet on the wood.

    腳踩在木頭上。

  • Like the wood was really?

    像木頭是真的嗎?

  • That's what wood is.

    這就是木材的作用。

  • Yeah, the wood, the wood, it was pretty, pretty hard.

    是的,木頭,木頭,它相當,相當硬。

  • My back is done Challenge of the day.

    我的背部已經完成了一天的挑戰。

  • Every day of this trip.

    這次旅行的每一天。

  • We're doing challenges.

    我們在做挑戰。

  • You guys have sent in so far.

    到目前為止,你們已經送來了。

  • We've had about 4000 submissions and our production team have whittled it down to just three today, one of which is about to come out.

    我們收到了大約4000份材料,我們的製作團隊將其縮減到今天的三個,其中一個即將問世。

  • A vampire man.

    一個吸血鬼男人。

  • Yesterday's challenge was thoroughly unpleasant.

    昨天的挑戰是徹底令人不快的。

  • We had to eat some horrible food bees larvae.

    我們不得不吃一些可怕的食物蜜蜂幼蟲。

  • I liked it.

    我喜歡它。

  • Don't go back and watch it or don't it was it was horrible.

    不要再去看了,還是不要了,它是很可怕的。

  • All right.

    好的。

  • Here we go.

    在這裡,我們走了。

  • Here we go.

    在這裡,我們走了。

  • Alright.

    好吧。

  • Challenge of the day is from thomas Newman who says I like this challenge.

    今天的挑戰來自托馬斯-紐曼,他說我喜歡這個挑戰。

  • Make a second doctor gel er doctor jelly for those of you that don't know dr jelly in the original series journey across japan uh I had an addiction to energy jelly and Joey became the physical human manifestation of physical human embodiment of an energy jelly.

    為那些不知道果凍博士的人制作第二個博士凝膠呃,果凍博士在原來的系列旅程中橫跨日本呃,我對能量果凍上癮,喬伊成為能量果凍的物理人類體現的物理人類體現。

  • Not a cop.

    不是警察。

  • That's ridiculous.

    這很荒唐。

  • Uh huh.

    嗯哼。

  • Banking and I couldn't even talk to jenny dr committee.

    銀行業務,我甚至無法與珍妮博士委員會交談。

  • Their absolute you, we've got to try and make a contemporary modern update on dr jelly somehow.

    他們的絕對你,我們必須嘗試在果凍博士上做一個當代的現代更新,不知何故。

  • Alright, try to hit the road once I folded this damn map, I've got a I've got like a problem.

    好了,試著上路吧,一旦我把這該死的地圖折起來,我就有一個我有一個問題似的。

  • I can't hold them out really?

    我真的不能把它們拿出來嗎?

  • I can't do it a hate match.

    我不能做一個仇恨的比賽。

  • Let's go leaving the monkeys behind to rein free.

    讓我們去留下猴子,讓它們自由自在地生活。

  • We hit the road once more for 100 kilometer journey from Toy Emma into Gifu Prefecture.

    我們再次上路,從託伊瑪進入岐阜縣,行程100公里。

  • And given we've just spent the last two days and forgotten quarries, asbestos filled, love hotels and dusty log cabins.

    鑑於我們剛剛在過去的兩天裡和被遺忘的採石場、充滿石棉的愛情旅館和塵土飛揚的木屋。

  • We've decided to stay the night in the hot spring town of Ghetto, considered to be one of Japan's top three hot spring resorts.

    我們決定在被認為是日本三大溫泉勝地之一的溫泉鎮--貧民區住一晚。

  • But before we plunge into a much needed bath.

    但在我們投身於急需的沐浴之前。

  • Our first stop midway is Takayama, a stunning traditional town has become a popular tourist destination in recent years.

    我們中途的第一站是高山,這個迷人的傳統小鎮近年來已成為一個受歡迎的旅遊目的地。

  • If we're looking for inspiration for our japanese commercial today.

    如果我們今天要為我們的日本廣告尋找靈感。

  • Hopefully we'll find it down the city's rustic streets.

    希望我們能在這個城市質樸的街道上找到它。

  • The first things first, it's breakfast time.

    第一件事是,現在是早餐時間。

  • Alright joe.

    好吧,喬。

  • I got a special job for you.

    我為你準備了一份特殊的工作。

  • Yeah, this is my breakfast.

    是的,這是我的早餐。

  • Pocket chicky literally pocket chicken.

    袖珍雞的字面意思是袖珍雞。

  • Family mark.

    家族標記。

  • I need you to put it on the stick for me because I'm driving.

    我需要你為我把它放在棍子上,因為我正在開車。

  • You want me to feed you basically to appoint?

    你想讓我給你餵食,基本上是為了任命?

  • Yes.

    是的。

  • Yeah.

    是的。

  • You want me to be the pocket chicken if I was gonna escape anywhere in Japan right?

    如果我打算在日本的任何地方逃跑,你想讓我成為袖珍雞,對嗎?

  • And just disappear into nothingness.

    而只是消失在虛無之中。

  • I'd come here to the mountains of Gifu covered in clouds.

    我來到這裡,看到的是雲霧繚繞的岐阜山。

  • Beautiful mountain range.

    美麗的山脈。

  • Don't eat the pocket check the roster.

    不要吃口袋裡的東西檢查名冊。

  • Right.

    對。

  • Gonna have to pull over in a minute, throw out the window after that on the little toothpick.

    一會兒就得靠邊停車,在小牙籤上的那句話之後把車窗扔出去。

  • Oh, Oh, now that is a good breakfast.

    哦,哦,現在這是個好的早餐。

  • Pocket chicken.

    口袋雞。

  • The cornerstone of any nutritious breakfast.

    任何有營養的早餐的基石。

  • Absolutely.

    絕對的。

  • So in the old quarter of Takayama, it's one of my favorite streets in Japan.

    所以在高山的老區,這是我在日本最喜歡的街道之一。

  • I've been here once before and it left a good impression mainly because of the wagyu wagyu beef.

    我以前來過一次,給人留下了良好的印象,主要是因為和牛的和牛肉。

  • We're about to eat on a stick, honesty on a stick.

    我們要在棍子上吃東西,在棍子上吃誠實的東西。

  • Yeah.

    是的。

  • A work you sirloin steak might set you back anywhere between 80 to $200 in Japan.

    在日本,一塊西冷牛排可能會讓你花費80至200美元。

  • But here the local Hida Gyu, which gets its name from the nearby town of hitter can be enjoyed on a skewer for as little as 1000 yet.

    但在這裡,當地的飛騨牛肉(Hida Gyu),其名字來自附近的希特鎮(hitter),只要花1000元就可以享受到串燒。

  • About $10.

    大約10美元。

  • Sure it's pricey for a single skewer, but by serving the prized marble beef as a street food.

    當然,一串的價格很高,但通過將珍貴的大理石牛肉作為街頭食品。

  • At least you can savor the juicy, buttery smooth beef without needing to blow your pocket money.

    至少你可以品嚐到多汁、黃油般光滑的牛肉,而不需要花掉你的零花錢。

  • That is the lunch of kings, that is makes up for all the Pringles and insects.

    這就是國王的午餐,它彌補了所有的普林格餅乾和昆蟲。

  • We've eaten the last two days.

    我們在過去的兩天裡吃過了。

  • All right.

    好的。

  • Uh huh.

    嗯哼。

  • Oh, look a lot.

    哦,看了很多。

  • Mhm Oh good.

    嗯,哦,好。

  • Just melt in your mouth, wasn't it?

    就在你的嘴裡融化,不是嗎?

  • It's very buttery because it's a five, that means it's quite rich in fat.

    它的黃油含量很高,因為它是五常,這意味著它的脂肪含量相當豐富。

  • Oh, I thought you needed some like sauce or anything on it, but it's just a bit of salt on it.

    哦,我以為你需要在上面放一些像醬汁之類的東西,其實只是放了一點鹽而已。

  • It's part of it is really good.

    它的一部分真的很好。

  • Perfect.

    完美。

  • And now this nazis hands.

    而現在這個納粹的手。

  • Alright, so before Nowitzki left yesterday, he gave us his hand joe.

    好吧,在諾維茨基昨天離開之前,他給了我們他的手帕。

  • He started his own brand of hand joe.

    他開始了自己的手搖咖啡品牌。

  • It's typical Nowitzki cashing in on a disaster.

    這是典型的諾維茨基在災難中兌現的做法。

  • Okay, some nice hand jelly, 75% alcohol.

    好的,一些漂亮的護手霜,75%的酒精。

  • Very strong.

    非常強大。

  • It's like pouring vodka and you have Yeah, that's what smells like.

    這就像倒了伏特加,你有 是的,這就是氣味。

  • Maybe that's why he drinks it.

    也許這就是他喝下它的原因。

  • Have a shot for bedtime.

    睡前打一針。

  • But what we were thinking because I don't eat energy gel anymore.

    但我們在想什麼,因為我不再吃能量膠了。

  • This could be doctor jellies new thing.

    這可能是醫生Jellies的新東西。

  • Oh, Doctor Doctor jennifer, the modern generation dr Jill is going to evolve to dr handy.

    哦,博士Jennifer,現代的Dr Jill要進化成Dr handy了。

  • It is in recent years, Tacoma has become really popular tourist because it's kind of like a mini kyoto and it's one of the few places a lot of tourists have been going to outside of major cities like Tokyo, Osaka and kyoto.

    近年來,塔科馬已成為真正受歡迎的旅遊地,因為它有點像一個小型京都,它是很多遊客在東京、大阪和京都等主要城市之外的少數幾個地方之一。

  • Tokyo is kind of in the middle.

    東京有點在中間。

  • If you're coming to japan for the first time.

    如果你是第一次來日本。

  • I put Tacoma on your itinerary for like a day.

    我把塔科馬放在你的行程中,好像是一天的時間。

  • It'll be a nice little escape from the city, but now we filled up on some tasty A five Hida Gyu, it's time to see if we can find a backdrop for dr jelly.

    這將是一個逃離城市的好機會,但現在我們吃飽了一些美味的A五飛騨圭,是時候看看我們是否能找到一個果凍的背景。

  • Oh yeah, his cat, he's willing to slash the shorty doors, the ones like stop it and it's like now while the shoji slasher cat is to Akiyama's undeniable highlight in firm second place is one of Japan's largest retro museums.

    哦,是的,他的貓,他願意砍矮子的門,那些像停止它,它就像現在,而莊嚴的殺手貓是對秋山的不可否認的亮點在堅定的第二位是日本最大的復古博物館之一。

  • The Takayama show Akon where you can transport yourself back in time to the 19 fifties and sixties with streets, shops and even classrooms recreated in impressive detail.

    在高山秀阿肯,你可以把自己帶回19世紀50年代和60年代,街道、商店甚至教室都以令人印象深刻的細節重現。

  • That's so cool.

    這真是太酷了。

  • Just like a 1950s, style classroom.

    就像20世紀50年代風格的教室。

  • There's a lot of nostalgia around the kind of the Shoah judy the short era because after World War II, Japan went through an economic miracle.

    圍繞浩劫的那種短暫的時代有很多的懷舊情緒,因為二戰後,日本經歷了一個經濟奇蹟。

  • World War II didn't go so well for Japan.

    第二次世界大戰對日本來說並不那麼順利。

  • But after that, the country rebuilt itself kind of reimagined itself.

    但在那之後,這個國家重建了自己,有點像重新想象自己。

  • There's a lot of nostalgia for that period.

    人們對那個時期有很多懷念。

  • A lot of the toys, games, culture.

    很多的玩具、遊戲、文化。

  • He speak to anyone who grew up between the 1950s to the 1980s and they were kind of speak very nostalgically and very fondly about that era.

    他與任何在20世紀50年代到80年代之間長大的人交談,他們都是那種非常懷舊和非常深情地談論那個時代。

  • All right.

    好的。

  • All right, my oh, That's the end of that.

    好了,我的哦,這就結束了。

  • But I don't know what this is, it's the smallest vehicle I've ever been in.

    但我不知道這是什麼,這是我坐過的最小的車輛。

  • I think this is what we should've done journey across Japan in 1940s, little vamp.

    我想這就是我們在1940年代應該做的穿越日本的旅程,小吸血鬼。

  • I love it.

    我喜歡它。

  • Full steam ahead jay, get in, let's go.

    全速前進,傑伊,上車,我們走吧。

  • Mhm.

    嗯。

  • Oh wow.

    哦,哇。

  • Oh jackpot.

    哦,中獎了。

  • This is amazing.

    這真是令人驚訝。

  • It's like a 1960s style canteen, lots of cool items.

    它就像一個60年代風格的食堂,有很多很酷的物品。

  • This is it, it doesn't even feel like it's fake, it actually feels like a real to scale my little diner or canteen or something where you come from like a bit of lunch or dinner.

    這就是它,它甚至不覺得它是假的,它實際上感覺是一個真正的到規模的我的小餐館或食堂或東西,你來自像有點午餐或晚餐。

  • Oh wow, we record, that's perfect actually.

    哦,哇,我們記錄,這實際上是完美的。

  • Maybe.

    也許。

  • So it needs to be something to do with this.

    所以它需要與此有關的東西。

  • Hand joe.

    手joe。

  • Nowitzki's bloody alcoholic.

    諾維茨基是血腥的酒鬼。

  • Hand joe, That's perfect, right, because there's a meal right there so we can make it like you just came home from work and you're like, oh man, I need a meal but it's, I'm too hungry to go wash my hands and then I boasted with this, I'm too hungry to wash my hands.

    Hand joe,那是完美的,對,因為那裡有一頓飯,所以我們可以讓它像你剛下班回家,你想,哦,夥計,我需要一頓飯,但它是,我太餓了,去洗我的手,然後我用這個吹噓,我太餓了,去洗我的手。

  • Exactly, but that that is a genuinely plausible, workable situation.

    沒錯,但這是一個真正可信的、可行的情況。

  • Yeah, I like it.

    是的,我喜歡它。

  • I like it a lot.

    我非常喜歡它。

  • Should we do it?

    我們應該這樣做嗎?

  • I think we should, let's do it.

    我認為我們應該這樣做,讓我們做吧。

  • Camera.

    攝影機。

  • Yeah, dr ship, ship ship what you need the temper.

    是的,Dr ship, ship ship你需要的脾氣。

  • What's so much Joey fucking how is that?

    什麼這麼多喬伊他媽的怎麼了?

  • I think it was good enough that we get in shape.

    我認為這已經很好了,我們得到了狀態。

  • So just finished filming after about one hour in this like 19 fifties style restaurant just fish.

    是以,在這個像19世紀50年代風格的餐廳裡,剛拍完一個小時,就有魚。

  • How do you think it went?

    你認為情況如何?

  • It went really well, it's difficult to know until we edited it, but you can see the finished version of dr jelly too at the end of this video, but for now get on.

    它真的很順利,在我們編輯之前很難知道,但你可以在這個視頻的結尾看到dr jelly的完成版,但現在要繼續。

  • So let's go, let's get out of here.

    所以我們走吧,我們離開這裡。

  • Okay, and while you were suiting up into dr jelly, I did discover hotel With a rib with a hot spring in it in 1000 year old log, 1000 year old, 1000 year old log, imagine that like this 1000 year old, this log has been there for 1000 years, 20 generations and to foreigners come along, sit in the log of break it because it's too big for it.

    好吧,當你穿上衣服變成果凍博士的時候,我確實發現了酒店 有一個肋骨,裡面有一個1000年曆史的原木的溫泉,1000年曆史,1000年曆史的原木,想象一下,像這樣的1000年曆史,這個原木已經在那裡存在了1000年,20代人,外國人走過來,坐在原木裡,因為它太大了,所以打破它。

  • I'll be a tragic end to the day, but also a whole areas at least we got title for this video.

    我將是一個悲慘的結局,但也是一個完整的領域,至少我們得到了這個視頻的標題。

  • Now just the sort of click bait title I sat in 1000 year old log in japan and broke it and broke it.

    現在只是那種點擊率很高的標題,我坐在日本1000年的老木頭裡,把它弄壞了,弄壞了。

  • Not Clickbait sort of disgusting, filthy Clickbait title you have to do is a huge, it sounds like you, isn't it Joey video sat in a log in Japan, look at me a thumbnail, be him going that stupid face.

    不是Clickbait那種噁心、骯髒的Clickbait標題,你要做的是一個巨大的,聽起來像你,是不是喬伊視頻坐在日本的一個日誌裡,看著我一個縮略圖,被他去那個愚蠢的臉。

  • Fun fact in japanese, ghetto actually means to vomit but don't worry.

    有趣的是,在日本,貧民窟實際上意味著嘔吐,但不要擔心。