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  • Hey guys came here, welcome back to my channel.

    嘿,夥計們來到這裡,歡迎回到我的頻道。

  • I know it's been so long since I've uploaded a video on this channel um basically I kind of disappeared to my gaming channel because well we were in lockdown for the last 3.5 months.

    我知道我已經很久沒有在這個頻道上傳視頻了,嗯,基本上我在我的遊戲頻道上消失了,因為在過去的3個半月裡,我們處於封鎖狀態。

  • It's been a while since I've done a Japan travel video for obvious reasons because for the last year and a half, No one has been able to travel and I didn't want to encourage it, but we may be able to travel very soon, so kind of some news, but Australia has said that maybe at the end of the year we can finally travel to certain countries and Japan is included.

    我已經有一段時間沒有做日本旅行視頻了,原因很明顯,因為在過去的一年半里,沒有人能夠旅行,我不想鼓勵它,但我們可能很快就能旅行了,所以算是一些消息,但澳洲說,也許在今年年底,我們終於可以去某些國家旅行了,日本也在其中。

  • So I know there's a flight scheduled for like the 19th of december from Sydney to Tokyo, but I don't know if I'm going to book yet because at the moment the quarantine rules are like, I'm really clear and set in stone yet, but once everything is clear, I think I will travel back as soon as possible.

    所以我知道有一個班機計劃在12月19日從雪梨飛往東京,但我不知道我是否要預訂,因為目前檢疫規則就像,我真的很清楚,還沒有定下來,但一旦一切都清楚,我想我會盡快旅行回來。

  • So you know what guys, maybe in a few months You guys may finally see some new Japan travel content.

    是以,你們知道嗎,也許在幾個月後,你們終於可以看到一些新的日本旅遊內容。

  • So during those days when we could travel, I obviously uploaded a lot of Japan travel tips and I got a lot of questions on what you should or shouldn't do in Japan and I realized that I never made a video on this.

    是以,在我們可以旅行的那些日子裡,我顯然上傳了很多日本旅遊攻略,我收到了很多關於你在日本應該或不應該做什麼的問題,我意識到我從未製作過這方面的視頻。

  • So in today's video, I am going to be telling you guys 10 mistakes you should avoid if you are traveling to Japan as a tourist but before we start, I want to introduce you guys to today's sponsor, soccer Rocco Rocco is a monthly subscription box that provides traditional snacks, sweets and teas to subscribers all around the world every month and every month there is a theme so you can experience all different sides of japan, Morocco is obviously based in japan and they source their products from local makers.

    是以,在今天的視頻中,我將告訴你們,如果你作為遊客去日本旅遊,你應該避免10個錯誤,但在開始之前,我想向你們介紹今天的贊助商,足球Rocco Rocco是一個月度訂閱盒,每月向世界各地的訂戶提供傳統小吃、糖果和茶,每個月都有一個主題,所以你可以體驗日本的所有不同側面,摩洛哥顯然是在日本,他們的產品來自當地製造商。

  • So there's high quality japanese snacks, which you won't find easily in japanese convenience stores.

    所以有高質量的日本零食,這在日本的便利店裡不容易找到。

  • So right here I have the november box and if you want to get the november box you need to subscribe before the end of october.

    所以在這裡我有11月的盒子,如果你想得到11月的盒子,你需要在10月底之前訂閱。

  • If you subscribe in november, you'll be getting a different box with a different thing.

    如果你在11月訂閱,你將會得到一個不同的盒子,裡面有不同的東西。

  • So this is the november box and the theme is autumn in Kyushu First we have a booklet that describes what exactly is inside this box.

    是以,這是11月的盒子,主題是九州的秋天。首先,我們有一本小冊子,描述了這個盒子裡到底有什麼。

  • So obviously there's a lot of snacks that I have never seen myself but fear not because they do explain everything and also includes ingredients and you know, common allergies just in case.

    是以,顯然有很多我自己從未見過的零食,但不要害怕,因為他們確實解釋了一切,還包括成分和你知道的常見過敏症,以防萬一。

  • So I'm going to show you guys what is inside the november box.

    是以,我將向你們展示11月的盒子裡有什麼。

  • So I'm very excited because I haven't even gone through the box myself.

    所以我非常興奮,因為我自己都還沒有翻過這個盒子。

  • So we have more bread, which is sweet potato Yeah, um, and it's pink and this looks like sweet potato fries or young kumamoto castle Monju, soft milk cookie and this is actually from the site of my prefecture.

    是以,我們有更多的麵包,這是紅薯 是的,嗯,它是粉紅色的,這看起來像紅薯薯條或年輕的 kumamoto castle Monju,軟牛奶餅乾,這實際上是來自我縣的網站。

  • I'm actually reading everything in the booklet because all these snacks I actually have not seen before.

    實際上,我正在閱讀小冊子中的所有內容,因為所有這些零食我以前實際上都沒有見過。

  • So it's really cool to learn which prefecture they come from brown sugar cake.

    是以,瞭解他們來自哪個縣的黑糖糕真的很酷。

  • And this is from the Saga Prefecture sweet potato Monica, which fits with the theme because it's autumn.

    而這是來自佐賀縣的紅薯莫妮卡,因為是秋天,所以與主題相符。

  • So sweet potatoes, chestnut bomb condition, I think this is called um this is from the Tokyo Prefecture black beans.

    是以,紅薯,栗子炸彈的條件,我想這被稱為嗯這是來自東京縣的黑豆。

  • Sunday, I love sunday.

    週日,我愛週日。

  • It was like one of my favorites next to it when I was living in Japan.

    我在日本生活時,它就像我旁邊的最愛之一。

  • This is interesting new style doughnut sticks and this is from the kumamoto Prefecture honey Castella.

    這是有趣的新式甜甜圈棒,這是來自熊本縣的蜂蜜卡斯特拉。

  • This is from Osaka, my favorite prefecture in Japan.

    這是來自大阪,我在日本最喜歡的縣。

  • We have a diamond december from saitama chestnuts and from Fukuoka kumamoto castle Mitchell pie.

    我們有一個來自埼玉栗子的鑽石12月和來自福岡熊本城堡的米切爾餡餅。

  • I'm very curious to see what this one tastes like.

    我非常好奇,想看看這個人的味道。

  • Then we got some chest nut jelly and the final one is some citrus jelly from book walker.

    然後我們得到了一些胸前的堅果果凍,最後一個是書本上的步行者的一些柑橘果凍。

  • I'm so excited to try this, I love jelly.

    我很想試試這個,我喜歡果凍。

  • Those are all the snacks.

    這些是所有的零食。

  • And then we also got some green tea.

    然後我們還得到了一些綠茶。

  • So we got some green tea from the, she's a walker Prefecture which, and then we also got this beautiful spring autumn rabbit bowl.

    所以我們得到了一些綠茶,她是一個步行者縣這,然後我們也得到了這個美麗的春秋兔碗。

  • So the plans start at $32.50 per box and it's also a limited promotion this month if you use the code socket 2021 where you will get free japanese soccer glassware according to which plan you choose.

    是以,計劃起價為每盒32.50美元,而且這個月還有一個有限的促銷活動,如果你使用代碼socket 2021,根據你選擇的計劃,你將獲得免費的日本足球玻璃器皿。

  • So if you want more information on the soccer court box, make sure you check out my description box down below.

    是以,如果你想了解更多關於足球場盒子的資訊,請確保你查看我下面的描述框。

  • So 10 mistakes you should avoid when you are traveling to Japan.

    是以,當你去日本旅行時,你應該避免10個錯誤。

  • So I've been traveling to Japan for about 10 years now and I've made my fair share of mistakes.

    是以,我到日本旅行已經有大約10年了,我也犯過不少錯誤。

  • So a lot of these tips are from my own personal experiences as well as you know tips that I think that you should know when you are traveling because hopefully we can travel very very soon.

    是以,這些提示很多都來自我自己的個人經驗,以及我認為你在旅行時應該知道的提示,因為希望我們能很快旅行。

  • I have hope number one not bringing your passport with you.

    我有一個希望,就是不要帶著你的護照。

  • Now I understand your passport is your most important travel document which you have to keep safe.

    現在我明白了,你的護照是你最重要的旅行文件,你必須保持安全。

  • So I've done this a few times where like I would leave my passport at my friend's house where I'm staying or like you know locked up in my suitcase to keep it safe.

    所以我做過幾次這樣的事情,比如我會把我的護照放在我住的朋友家裡,或者像你知道的那樣鎖在我的行李箱裡以保證它的安全。

  • There's also bonuses for bringing your passport with you.

    帶上你的護照也有獎金。

  • So When you bring your passport with you, you can get tax free at most places in Japan.

    是以,當你帶著你的護照時,你可以在日本的大多數地方獲得免稅。

  • When you go shopping, tax is usually already included in the price.

    當你去購物時,稅金通常已經包含在價格中。

  • So you get 10% off now to get this, you need to show a foreign passport and you also need to bring the items you're buying back home.

    是以,你現在可以得到10%的折扣,為了得到這個,你需要出示外國護照,你還需要把你購買的物品帶回家。

  • So for me I bought like so many things tax free, like you know when you go shopping for japanese skincare and makeup, you get tax free of that if you buy expensive stuff like I bought, you know gadgets, I bought cameras, I bought a bunch of stuff and you know when it's like thousands of dollars getting 10% is quite a lot.

    所以對我來說,我買了很多東西都是免稅的,比如你知道當你去買日本的護膚品和化妝品時,如果你買了昂貴的東西,比如我買了,你知道小工具,我買了相機,我買了一堆東西,你知道當它像幾千美元時,得到10%是相當多的。

  • I've been to like some attractions before like aquariums and stuff where if you show your foreign passport, You get like a small discount or sometimes you get, you know something extra.

    我以前去過一些景點,比如水族館之類的地方,如果你出示你的外國護照,你會得到一個小的折扣,或者有時你會得到,你知道的額外東西。

  • So that's kind of cool.

    所以這有點酷。

  • The state number two not carrying cash.

    國家二號不攜帶現金。

  • So in Australia, I never carry cash with me.

    所以在澳洲,我從不攜帶現金。

  • I have everything in my wallet on my phone in Japan.

    在日本,我把錢包裡的東西都放在手機上。

  • It works differently.

    它的工作方式不同。

  • So of course the bigger department stores or accept credit cards now and a lot of the smaller stores do.

    是以,當然較大的百貨公司或現在接受信用卡,很多小商店也接受。

  • But some of the local shops that you would go to won't accept cards.

    但你會去的一些當地商店不接受卡片。

  • So carrying cash with you is a must.

    所以隨身攜帶現金是必須的。

  • Now I remember when I traveled to Japan 10 years ago I did have cash with me but there were times where I ran out and I did have a card where I wanted to withdraw money from which back then it was really difficult because I remembered ATMs they would close at a certain time these days it's a lot easier where you can get a car to go to a convenience store and easily withdraw money and like I mentioned most doors do accept card now but just to be safe, I would really recommend you just deal with cash in Japan because it's just so much easier.

    我記得10年前我去日本旅行時,確實帶著現金,但有幾次我的錢用完了,我確實有一張卡,我想從那裡取錢,那時候真的很困難,因為我記得自動取款機會在某個時間關閉,現在就容易多了,你可以坐車去便利店,輕鬆取錢,就像我提到的,現在大多數門都接受卡,但為了安全起見,我真的建議你在日本只用現金,因為它太容易了。

  • Number three not getting an IC card.

    第三,沒有得到IC卡。

  • So an IC card is like a sweet car or pass more now it's weaker.

    是以,一張IC卡就像一輛甜美的汽車或通行證,現在它更弱了。

  • You can use this to pay for your train rise, you can use it to pay for stuff at convenience stores at vending machines.

    你可以用它來支付你的火車漲價,你可以用它來支付便利店的自動售貨機的東西。

  • So it's very useful to have, it's very easy to get one.

    是以,擁有它是非常有用的,很容易得到一個。

  • You can just get one at the airport when you land in Japan and I really recommend you do because you save a lot of time.

    你可以在登陸日本時在機場買一個,我真的建議你這樣做,因為你可以節省很多時間。

  • My first couple of years actually in Japan I didn't have an IC card because I guess back 10 years ago there wasn't that much information about traveling to Japan so I didn't really know what I was doing.

    實際上,我在日本的前幾年並沒有IC卡,因為我想在10年前,沒有那麼多關於去日本旅行的資訊,所以我並不清楚自己在做什麼。

  • So I remember every single time I went to a train station I would go to the map, look at the map, try and find a station I'm going to and then once I find it then it will have the price on how much it will cost to get there and then you have to buy the ticket, get your coins, put it in the machine and all that stuff it just takes a lot of time.

    所以我記得每次我去火車站時,我都會去看地圖,看地圖,試圖找到我要去的車站,然後一旦我找到它,它就會有價格,說明去那裡要花多少錢,然後你必須買票,拿硬幣,把它放到機器裡,所有這些東西都需要很多時間。

  • Whereas if you have the card you just go tap and go board the train it's so much quicker and these days it's even more convenient because you can put your sweet on your phone and use your phone to tap When you bought the train number four JR pass.

    而如果你有卡,你只需去點一下就能登上火車,這要快得多,而且現在更方便了,因為你可以把你的甜蜜放在你的手機上,用你的手機去點一下,當你買了四號列車的JR通行證。

  • Now, I don't always recommend you get a JR pass whenever you travel to Japan in the past.

    現在,我並不總是建議你在過去每次去日本旅行時都買一張JR通票。

  • I've done like travel tip videos and I avoid saying JR pass because I don't think it's worth it every time and when I don't mention it people are like why didn't you say JR pass?

    我做過類似旅遊提示的視頻,我避免說JR通票,因為我認為每次都不值得,當我不提的時候,人們會說你為什麼不說JR通票?

  • It's so useful.

    它是如此有用。

  • Yeah Okay sometimes it is but sometimes you're better off without it.

    是的,好吧,有時是這樣,但有時你沒有它更好。

  • So a jail pass usually it's around like $320 for the past.

    是以,一張監獄通行證通常是320美元左右,用於過去。

  • So you've got the past and you can board as many bullet trains as you want within the one week.

    是以,你已經有了過去,你可以在一週內想上多少趟子彈頭列車就上多少趟。

  • You can also board as many JR trains and you know that is inclusive with your JR pass.

    你也可以登上儘可能多的JR列車,你知道這是與你的JR通票包括在內的。

  • Now it is worth it if you plan to take a bullet train every single day because a bullet train is expensive.

    現在,如果你打算每天都乘坐子彈頭列車,那是值得的,因為子彈頭列車很貴。

  • So for example if you're going from Tokyo or sucker it's around $140.01 way.

    是以,舉例來說,如果你從東京或sucker出發,大約是140.01美元的路程。

  • So let's just say you go from Tokyo or sucker and back to Tokyo that is $280 so you've got $40 left and if you go to another city in Japan.

    是以,讓我們假設你從東京或sucker回到東京是280美元,所以你還剩下40美元,如果你去日本的另一個城市。

  • Yeah it's probably worth it.

    是的,這可能是值得的。

  • So before you travel you really need to research plan, see how much it's going to cost you to travel to places and see if it's worth getting a JR pass.

    是以,在你旅行之前,你真的需要研究計劃,看看你要花多少錢去旅行的地方,看看是否值得買一張JR通票。

  • Like obviously if it's going to cost you like $500 in JR trains and get the JR pass because it'll be cheaper but if it's not then you know it's really not worth getting it for me.

    很明顯,如果你要花500美元乘坐JR列車,那麼就買JR通票,因為它會更便宜,但如果不是這樣,那麼你知道對我來說真的不值得買。

  • I traveled to Japan so many times over 20 times and I've only gotten to JR passed twice.

    我到日本旅行了20多次,我只去過兩次JR。

  • I think number five trains don't run 24 7.

    我想五號列車不會24小時7天運行。

  • So I've made this mistake a couple of times where you know I forgot to check what time is my last train and I have missed it.

    所以我犯過幾次這樣的錯誤,你知道我忘了檢查我的末班車是什麼時間,我錯過了。

  • So okay if you are in the city and if your hotel is nearby you can take a taxi one with that much if it's close by but if you live far away It could get very expensive.

    所以,如果你在城裡,如果你的酒店在附近,你可以乘坐計程車,如果它離你很近的話,就可以用這麼多錢,但如果你住得很遠,可能會變得很貴。

  • Most trains in Tokyo, they finish their services around 12 1 am so what do you do if you missed the train?

    東京的大多數火車,都是在凌晨12點11分左右結束服務,所以如果你錯過了火車,你該怎麼辦?

  • So okay you've got a few options first of all, you can take a taxi and go back home that way number two you can choose to stay at the whole night and in Japan there's a lot of options that you can go to like a karaoke place and most places actually have like an all night package where you can just go in there.

    所以,好吧,你有幾個選擇,首先,你可以打車回家,第二,你可以選擇整晚呆在那裡,在日本有很多選擇,你可以去像卡拉OK那樣的地方,大多數地方實際上有一個整晚的套餐,你可以直接進去。

  • You know there's like usually all you can drink package and you can sleep there if you want.

    你知道那裡通常有所有你可以喝的套餐,如果你願意,你可以在那裡睡覺。

  • I don't know just sing the night away.

    我不知道,只是唱了一夜的歌。

  • I've done that a couple of times before but honestly if you don't plan to stay at the whole entire night because trust me you'll be really tight if you didn't plan to do this.

    我以前做過幾次,但說實話,如果你不打算在整個整晚呆在這裡,因為相信我,如果你不打算這樣做,你會非常緊張。

  • Yeah, it's best to check for the last train times number six not getting a sim card.

    是的,最好檢查一下最後的火車時間號六沒有得到一個SIM卡。

  • So when I first traveled to Japan smartphones weren't a thing, but then when smartphones came a thing a couple of years ago I just found it so much easier just to get a sim card for your phone and use your phone you know to travel.

    是以,當我第一次去日本旅行時,智能手機還不是一個東西,但幾年前當智能手機出現時,我發現只要為你的手機辦理一張SIM卡,用你的手機去旅行,就會方便很多。

  • So google maps.

    所以谷歌地圖。

  • I stopped using any train apps in Japan because I found that if I wanted to go anywhere I just had to open up google maps, type in the place I want to go and click on directions it would tell you which train to take like that's all you need to know, it's so easy and these days almost everyone has a smartphone.

    我在日本不再使用任何火車應用程序,因為我發現,如果我想去任何地方,我只需要打開谷歌地圖,輸入我想去的地方,然後點擊方向,它就會告訴你該坐哪輛火車,就像你需要知道的那樣,它是如此簡單,而且這些天幾乎每個人都有一個智能電話。

  • So when you land in Japan just go to one of the booths, they even have vending machines now for sim cards or you can even go to like one of the big electronic stores, you can buy a data only sandwiches, all you need really and put in your phone.

    是以,當你在日本登陸時,只需去一個攤位,他們現在甚至有自動售貨機來買SIM卡,或者你甚至可以去像一個大的電子商店,你可以買一個只有數據的三明治,所有你需要的真的和放在你的手機上。

  • There you go.

    你去吧。

  • You have data everywhere you go in Japan if you get lost, open up google maps if you want to, you know talk to someone and you can't speak japanese just open up google translate like things are just so much easier now.

    你在日本走到哪裡都有數據,如果你迷路了,打開谷歌地圖,如果你想,你知道和別人說話,而你不會說日語,就打開谷歌翻譯,就像現在的事情是如此簡單。

  • Number seven travel insurance.

    七號旅行保險。

  • Okay so I know a lot of people don't get travel insurance when they travel and really it's up to you but I recommend you really get it just in case.

    好吧,我知道很多人在旅行時不買旅行保險,這真的取決於你,但我建議你真的買,以防萬一。

  • So okay, a story that happened to me, this is maybe seven years ago, I was at the Hokkaido snow festival and it was minus 14 degrees, it was snowing, there was a snowstorm, it was so cold, but I, for some reason I don't know why I insisted on wearing a skirt because I wanted to take some cute photos which was not worth it by the way.

    那麼好吧,發生在我身上的一個故事,這可能是七年前,我在北海道的雪節上,當時零下14度,下著雪,有一場暴風雪,非常冷,但是我,不知道為什麼我堅持穿裙子,因為我想拍一些可愛的照片,順便說一下,這不值得。

  • Um I caught the flu and yeah, I had to go to the doctors had to go to hospital because I was really, really sick now at the time I wasn't worried because I had travel insurance so I knew that let's just say if it was going to cost me thousands of dollars that was going to be okay because my travel insurance would be able to cover that for me.

    我得了流感,是的,我不得不去看醫生,不得不去醫院,因為我真的真的病了,當時我並不擔心,因為我有旅行保險,所以我知道,就說如果要花費我幾千美元,那也是可以的,因為我的旅行保險可以為我支付。

  • Now, another story, this happened to one of my friends, She was traveling to Japan and what happened was I met up with her in Japan and she had a broken arm.

    現在,另一個故事,這發生在我的一個朋友身上,她正在日本旅行,發生的事情是我在日本與她見面,她的手臂骨折了。

  • So you know, I asked her what happened, she said she was snowboarding and yeah she broke her arm and she had to go to hospital and it cost her like $10,000 but she had travel insurance so she got most of the money back.

    所以你知道,我問她發生了什麼,她說她在滑雪,是的,她摔斷了胳膊,她不得不去醫院,花了大約1萬美元,但她有旅行保險,所以她拿回了大部分的錢。

  • So definitely like just to be safe get travel insurance.

    是以,為了安全起見,肯定要買旅行保險。

  • Number eight don't tip.

    第八,不要給小費。

  • Now this depends on where you live.

    現在這取決於你住在哪裡。

  • But for me in Australia we don't really have a tipping culture.

    但對我來說,在澳洲,我們並沒有真正的小費文化。

  • Like I would typify get exceptionally good service, but generally we don't tip in Australia because people get paid proper wages.

    像我這樣的類型,得到特別好的服務,但一般來說,我們在澳洲不給小費,因為人們得到適當的工資。

  • So yeah, in Japan tipping is actually considered rude in Japan, people take pride in their jobs no matter what they do.

    所以,在日本,給小費實際上被認為是不禮貌的,人們無論做什麼都以自己的工作為榮。

  • So if you have seen this happen before, when you try and tip someone, they get very confused, they don't know what to do because it's not in the culture number nine don't close taxi doors.

    是以,如果你以前見過這種情況,當你試圖給別人小費時,他們會非常困惑,他們不知道該怎麼做,因為這不是文化中的九號不要關閉計程車門。

  • So if you've been to Japan you may have seen taxi doors that open up by themselves, which is pretty cool.

    是以,如果你去過日本,你可能見過計程車的車門可以自己打開,這非常酷。

  • So when you want to catch a taxi just flag one down it will stop and then doors will open up by itself.

    是以,當你想乘坐計程車時,只要打出一個旗號,它就會停下來,然後車門會自己打開。

  • You go in, don't touch the door closed by itself as well.

    你進去,不要碰門也是自己關上的。

  • Once you arrive at your destination, don't touch the door, the taxi driver will open it up once you pay and then you just get up, don't touch it will close by itself.

    一旦你到達目的地,不要碰門,計程車司機會在你付款後把門打開,然後你就起身,不要碰它會自己關閉。

  • I didn't really know this and okay, it didn't happen to me.

    我真的不知道這些,好吧,這並沒有發生在我身上。

  • There's been times where I have shut the door without thinking because you know in Australia we have to shut the doors ourselves like we don't have this technology heard from other tourists and friends where they did accidentally just shut the door and a taxi driver got really annoyed at the for touching their doors, which I completely understand.

    有幾次我不假思索地關上了車門,因為你知道在澳洲我們必須自己關上車門,就像我們沒有這種技術一樣,我從其他遊客和朋友那裡聽說他們確實不小心關上了車門,計程車司機非常惱火,因為他們碰了他們的車門,這我完全理解。

  • So don't touch The taxi driver's doors if it opens up by itself and number 10 not learning the basic japanese phrases.

    所以,如果計程車司機的車門是自己打開的,就不要去碰它;第10條是不學習基本的日語短語。

  • So this is not just japan, but anyway, you travel, I feel like you should learn just a few basic phrases like hello, goodbye and thank you.

    所以這不僅僅是日本,但無論如何,你在旅行中,我覺得你應該學習一些基本的短語,如你好、再見和謝謝。

  • That's a really useful one.

    這是一個非常有用的方法。

  • Now, of course if you're traveling to japan, no one expects you to speak fluent japanese, but when you just, you know, say thank you in japanese to people, like they just really appreciate it and it just shows that you put in some effort to learn, you know, just a little bit of japanese.

    當然,如果你去日本旅行,沒人指望你能說一口流利的日語,但是當你,你知道,用日語對人們說謝謝的時候,他們就會非常感激,這表明你花了一些努力去學習,你知道,只是一點點日語。

  • So I have been asked many times do you have to speak japanese to travel to japan and no, you don't have to at all because well these days all the signs are in english now when you go to the train station signs are in english like everywhere, so you can't miss it.

    我被問過很多次,去日本旅行必須要講日語嗎?不,你根本不需要,因為現在所有的標誌都是英文的,當你去火車站的時候,標誌都是英文的,就像到處都是一樣,所以你不能錯過。

  • Also you've got google maps if you got a sim card, you can just google something if you need help.

    如果你有SIM卡,你也有谷歌地圖,如果你需要幫助,你可以直接谷歌一下。

  • So no, you don't need to know japanese at all.

    所以,不,你根本不需要懂日語。

  • But it'll be nice just to like, you know, learn some basic phrases for when you go and that is the end of today's video, Thank you so much guys for watching.

    但如果能像,你知道的那樣,學習一些基本的短語,以便在你去的時候使用,那將是很好的,今天的視頻結束了,非常感謝你們的觀看。

  • Really hope that we can travel again soon.

    真的希望我們能儘快再次旅行。

  • Like this lockdown has been so tough like 3.5 months.

    像這樣的禁閉已經如此艱難,就像3.5個月。

  • I've just been stuck in my house just playing games.

    我只是一直被困在我的房子裡,只是在玩遊戲。

  • So yeah, I really hope that we can travel again maybe next year I've got hope.

    所以是的,我真的希望我們能再次旅行,也許明年我有希望。

  • So when we can travel, I definitely will be going straight back to Japan and we'll be doing the travel videos once again.

    是以,當我們可以旅行時,我肯定會直接回到日本,我們會再次做旅行視頻。

  • Please find out this video if you enjoyed it and subscribe to my channel if you haven't done so yet.

    如果你喜歡這個視頻,請找出這個視頻,如果你還沒有這樣做,請訂閱我的頻道。

  • And also if you want me to talk about like anything related to Japan travel, let me know in the comment box down below as well because it would be nice just to like make simple videos like this where I sit down and chat to you guys.

    如果你想讓我談論與日本旅行有關的任何事情,請在下面的評論框中告訴我,因為如果能像這樣製作簡單的視頻,讓我坐下來和你們哈拉,那就太好了。

  • Please follow me on my vlog channel if you want to see what I get up to my everyday life.

    如果你想看我的日常生活,請在我的視頻博客頻道上關注我。

  • I also have a gaming channel where I've been uploading lots of tension impact videos and also follow me on all my social media, which I will link down below as well and I'll see you guys next time.

    我還有一個遊戲頻道,我在那裡上傳了很多緊張的衝擊視頻,也在我所有的社交媒體上關注我,我也會在下面鏈接,下次見。

  • Bye guys.

    再見,夥計們。

Hey guys came here, welcome back to my channel.

嘿,夥計們來到這裡,歡迎回到我的頻道。

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