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  • this is Sakura Dori.

    這就是櫻花道里。

  • Sakura in japanese means cherry blossom.

    櫻花在日本的意思是櫻花。

  • So you would think this famous street in front of Tokyo station would be filled with cherry blossoms and there are a couple in front here but you can see there's so much construction going on, they have removed many of the cherry blossoms here for the construction site and you know this is a very famous street that a lot of you had walked down, there was a Starbucks here, there was, it was really dark and now it's so bright.

    所以你會認為東京站前的這條著名街道會開滿櫻花,這裡前面有幾朵,但你可以看到有很多施工在進行,他們已經把這裡的很多櫻花移到了施工現場,你知道這是一條非常著名的街道,你們很多人都走過,這裡有一家星巴克,有,以前真的很黑,現在很亮。

  • In fact, I don't even recognize it, that's Daimaru right there in the front and I'm thinking that a lot of you will not recognize just so you know there are actually cherry blossoms on Sakura Dori, it's just the other way going over towards um I think that's mitsukoshi or Matsuzakaya, I'm not sure that department store, so there are cherry blossoms here.

    事實上,我甚至都不認識它,那是大丸,就在前面,我想你們很多人都不認識,只是讓你們知道,其實櫻花大道上也有櫻花,就在另一個方向,朝著嗯,我想那是三越或松坂屋,我不確定那個百貨公司,所以這裡有櫻花。

  • But my point is I don't think a lot of you are gonna recognize Tokyo when you do return, it's just so different.

    但我的觀點是,我不認為你們中的很多人在回來時能認出東京,它是如此不同。

  • Someone will walk down the street and just with my eyes totally shocked here, how you doing everybody like I think you've all seen the changes in Akihabara a couple of months ago, I told you that Sega a game centers were being changed to giggle and the sign event was changed about a week ago just before april because april starts the new year in Japan, so a lot of things change budget start over, it's the fiscal year, that's sort of the big year, big time april 1st in Japan tax season is over.

    有人會走在街上,只是與我的眼睛完全震驚在這裡,你怎麼做大家像我想你都看到了秋葉原的變化幾個月前,我告訴你,世嘉一個遊戲中心被改為傻笑和標誌事件被改變大約一個星期前就在四月因為四月開始在日本的新的一年,所以很多事情改變預算重新開始,這是財政年度,這是排序的大年,大時間四月一日在日本稅收季節是結束。

  • The new tax season starts for businesses.

    企業新的納稅季節開始了。

  • Schools start again.

    學校重新開始。

  • So we've got that going on here and the cherry blossoms and is right in the middle of it and that represents change.

    是以,我們已經有了這種情況,櫻花就在它的中間,這代表著變化。

  • That means summer, winter, winter is over and summer is on the way.

    這意味著夏天、冬天、冬天已經過去,夏天即將到來。

  • I missed the traffic light but I've been walking around Shibuya, I've been walking around Shinjuku, I've been walking around Akihabara Ueno, I mean now Tokyo Station, shim Boschee still kind of is the same but there's some changes going on there.

    我錯過了紅綠燈,但我一直在涉谷走動,我一直在新宿走動,我一直在秋葉原上野走動,我的意思是現在的東京站,shim Boschee仍然有點是一樣的,但那裡有一些變化。

  • This is all just old show of arab building is completely gone.

    這都是阿拉伯建築的舊節目,已經完全消失。

  • You can see this building in the back here, that's new, that wasn't here two years ago that skyscraper in fact a lot of these buildings over towards Nihon bashi weren't here either.

    你可以看到後面的這棟樓,那是新的,兩年前這裡還沒有這個摩天大樓,事實上,日本bashi那邊的很多建築也不在這裡。

  • So let's walk over to Tokyo station and then come back up, Sakura Dori because this is not the same Sakura Dori as it was last year or the year before that.

    是以,讓我們走到東京站,然後回來,櫻花大道,因為這不是去年或前年的那個櫻花大道。

  • It's just amazing at the speed in which Tokyo Tokyo is changing.

    東京東京的變化速度實在令人驚訝。

  • This is probably the last couple of days of the cherry blossoms as well.

    這可能也是櫻花的最後幾天了。

  • It's crazy.

    這很瘋狂。

  • Used to be a very narrow sidewalk with trees, Sakura trees and now it's just empty I guess if I put the camera you can see into the construction zone so there's some stuff going on in there.

    以前是一條非常狹窄的人行道,有樹,櫻花樹,現在只是空蕩蕩的,我想如果我把相機放進去,你可以看到施工區,所以那裡有一些事情在進行。

  • I bet it's gonna be a big skyscraper with buildings and shops and things like that.

    我打賭它將是一個大的摩天大樓,有建築物和商店之類的東西。

  • How you doing?

    你好嗎?

  • There's been so many changes as I said april is the start of a new year in Japan um the show that I was on The show that I was on called Tokyo, I I've been on that show since 2008, Episode 101, I think we had like 600 or 700 episodes in the series, one of the longest running shows on Nhk I think it was an incredible run that ended uh last week and now there's gonna be new shows on NHK it starts a change, that's what I love about spring in Japan, it's like, it's not just january 1st, it's like april 1st, it's not an april fool's thing.

    正如我所說,4月是日本新一年的開始。 我參加的節目叫《東京》,我從2008年開始參加這個節目,第101集,我想我們有600或700集的系列。我認為這是NHK最長的節目之一,上週結束了,現在NHK會有新的節目,開始有變化了,這就是我喜歡日本春天的原因,這就像,不只是1月1日,而是4月1日,這不是愚人節的事情。

  • I do like this here, look at this beautiful um painting on the side of the construction.

    我確實喜歡這裡,看看建築側面的這幅美麗的嗯畫。

  • Well, they even have koi down there representing the Sakura, I guess, of Sakura Dori, which is no longer here.

    嗯,他們甚至在下面有代表櫻花的錦鯉,我想,櫻花大道的櫻花,已經不在這裡了。

  • How sad I love trees.

    多麼可悲啊,我喜歡樹。

  • I think a lot of, you know that trees are, are so important and we lost a couple of good ones.

    我認為很多,你知道樹是,是如此重要,我們失去了幾個好的樹。

  • And right now in Yoyogi Park there's a lot of activists fighting to save some trees there because the mayor wants to make some kind of community center in the middle of the Yoyogi Park, which makes no sense.

    而現在在代代木公園,有很多活動家在為拯救那裡的一些樹木而鬥爭,因為市長想在代代木公園的中間建造某種社區中心,這毫無意義。

  • Whereas I think residents would rather have the green space instead of more commercial areas.

    而我認為居民更願意擁有綠色空間,而不是更多的商業區。

  • So we're going to see what happens with that.

    所以我們要看看會發生什麼。

  • It's just really weird.

    這真的很奇怪。

  • I came here for a reason, the end of the street and I'm gonna turn around, I took a picture not that long ago, like two years ago uh this way and I showed how many, how the sakura were lining the street.

    我來到這裡是有原因的,街道的盡頭,我要轉過來,我不久前拍了一張照片,好像是兩年前,呃,這樣,我顯示了有多少,櫻花是如何在街道上排列的。

  • It's just beautiful and now look at it, it's bear.

    它實在是太美了,現在看看,它是熊。

  • I'm my, I got my mouth open, I'm shocked and like I've never seen the sky from here.

    我是我,我張著嘴,我很震驚,好像我從來沒有從這裡看到過天空。

  • Now I'm gonna cross the street just for a second.

    現在我想過一下馬路,就一會兒。

  • I want to show you there's one holdout.

    我想告訴你,有一個人在堅持。

  • This is just gonna be really funny.

    這將會非常有趣。

  • There's one holdout and this is how japanese um this is the biggest challenge on changes in an urban area like Japan where the property laws are very strict and um you just can't get stuff done sometimes.

    有一個堅持,這就是日本人的做法,這是日本這樣的城市地區變化的最大挑戰,那裡的財產法非常嚴格,有時你就是無法完成工作。

  • Do you see this building right here?

    你看到這裡的建築了嗎?

  • It's a lone holdout.

    這是一個孤獨的堅守者。

  • This is the, I call it the ticket king, I guess it's one of those changes the discount ticket seller.

    這是,我稱它為票王,我想這是折扣黃牛的變化之一。

  • The entire block, this is, I'm in front of Tokyo station right now.

    整個街區,這是,我現在就在東京站前。

  • Again, this is the exit, this building here is brand new.

    同樣,這是出口,這裡的建築是全新的。

  • These buildings might not be around much longer.

    這些建築可能不會再存在太久了。

  • There are couple of holdouts on the block.

    在這塊地方有幾個人堅持不下去了。

  • This building right here which has a bunch of like loan shark shops.

    這座大樓就在這裡,裡面有一堆類似高利貸的商店。

  • I, and then this one ticket shop here in Goku Orange, it's just holding up, they won't sell.

    我,然後在谷橙這裡的這一家票務店,就是撐著,他們不賣。

  • So you have this really old rickety building in in front of what's going to be an amazing commercial area and you have to give them credit.

    是以,你有這個非常老的搖搖欲墜的建築在前面,這將是一個驚人的商業區,你必須給他們以信任。

  • Some people don't want to sell.

    有些人不想賣。

  • I don't want to change and I guess they didn't, it's just weird when you do come to Tokyo remember this building, see if it's still here.

    我不想改變,我想他們也沒有,只是很奇怪,當你真的來到東京的時候,記得這個建築,看看它是否還在這裡。

  • Maybe they're holding out for more, more cash by the way because there are no people, some of the no visitors, a lot of the busses have changed to not treat others used to be a case a bus here for 1000 young that's gone.

    也許他們在堅持,順便說說更多的現金,因為沒有人,有些沒有遊客,很多公車已經改變了,不對待別人曾經是一例一車在這裡的1000個年輕人,已經消失了。

  • Um the bus frequencies to Narita are infrequent now and the prices have gone up like everything else.

    嗯,現在去成田的巴士班次不多,價格也像其他東西一樣上漲了。

  • So we're starting to see little changes of inflation maybe as a result of the war, maybe just supply chains may be the result of the pandemic and no tourism.

    所以我們開始看到通貨膨脹的小變化,也許是戰爭的結果,也許只是供應鏈可能是大流行病和沒有旅遊業的結果。

  • That industry is really, I don't know, teetering for for a long time but there is hope and I'm gonna be doing a travel update.

    這個行業真的,我不知道,在很長一段時間內搖搖欲墜,但有希望,我將做一個旅行更新。

  • Um maybe tonight or tomorrow morning in the next 24 hours.

    嗯,也許今晚或明天早上在未來24小時內。

  • Talking about some of the developments that have taken place.

    談到已經發生的一些發展。

  • I get a lot of information from people.

    我從人們那裡得到很多資訊。

  • Yeah.

    是的。

  • Uh contacting me about this and one was really interesting.

    呃,就這個問題與我聯繫,有一個人真的很有趣。

  • I think it was Roy in Hawaii sent me a news article from the local media there that japanese terrorism industry, People were there talking about Japan opening up this summer and learning about what they, what they had to do in order to make that happen uh with the people in Hawaii and then start to start Japanese who want to visit Hawaii because I certainly would love to go to Hawaii.

    我想是夏威夷的羅伊給我發了一篇來自當地媒體的新聞報道,日本的恐怖主義行業,人們在那裡談論日本今年夏天的開放,並瞭解他們,他們必須做什麼才能使之發生呃與夏威夷的人們,然後開始開始日本人想訪問夏威夷,因為我當然願意去夏威夷。

  • That stuff.

    那東西。

  • These are like little teeny clues that give you information on when things will open.

    這些就像小的十幾歲的線索,給你提供東西何時開放的資訊。

  • Just follow the airlines.

    只要跟著航空公司走就行了。

  • That's what I always say.

    這就是我常說的。

  • I love this shop too because um you can always get discounted tickets.

    我也喜歡這家店,因為嗯,你總是可以得到打折的門票。

  • It's not that much.

    沒有那麼多。

  • Let's see here.

    讓我們在這裡看看。

  • So if you're taking the shinkansen to Kyoto, a regular price ticket would be um 13,800 for How is this?

    是以,如果你要乘坐新幹線去京都,普通價格的車票將是嗯13,800,這是怎麼回事?

  • Just a key is 13,320.

    僅僅是一把鑰匙就是13,320。

  • So you can get a reserved seat for a discount.

    是以,你可以以折扣價獲得一個保留座位。

  • It's not a really big discount.

    這並不是一個真正的大折扣。

  • This one is to toy Ohashi I used to live in toy Ohashi, It's about 600 yen cheaper if you get the ticket here To Yokohama, it's about 600 yen cheaper.

    這個是去玩具大橋的,我以前住在玩具大橋,如果你在這裡買票的話,大概會便宜600日元 到橫濱,大概會便宜600日元。

  • Uh sorry that's Matsumoto Hamamatsu, my candy is getting rough.

    呃,對不起,那是松本浜松,我的糖果越來越粗糙。

  • That's a hamamatsu.

    那是火腿腸。

  • So it's about 600 yen cheaper to Hamamatsu.

    是以,到濱松大約便宜了600日元。

  • So you can get some discounts and just even get it from the convenient the vending machine here.

    是以,你可以得到一些折扣,甚至可以從這裡的自動售貨機上方便地得到它。

  • If you want to save a little bit of money, you can do that.

    如果你想節省一點錢,你可以這樣做。

  • The tickets are good.

    票是好的。

  • They just buy it in bulk and get really good discounts mm hmm Yeah, J and T.

    他們只是大量購買,並得到非常好的折扣 mm hmm 對,J和T。

  • O.

    O.

  • Is going to be optimistic because optimism.

    將會是樂觀的,因為樂觀。

  • Optimism can can change perceptions more than than negativity.

    樂觀的態度比消極的態度更能改變人們的看法。

  • I think summer.

    我認為是夏天。

  • I don't know.

    我不知道。

  • I think my feeling and I've been wrong because the pandemic is so fluent fluid that it's always changing things if Australia can open things up.

    我認為我的感覺和我一直是錯誤的,因為這種大流行病是如此流暢的流動,如果澳洲能夠打開局面,它總是在改變事情。

  • I think that Japan is not going to be that far behind.

    我認為,日本不會落後那麼遠。

  • But there were signs that Japan is learning to live with the pandemic.

    但是有跡象表明,日本正在學習與這一流行病共存。

  • They're gonna have to do what all the other countries do or get left behind.

    他們將不得不做所有其他國家做的事情,否則就會被甩在後面。

  • So it seems like summer is going to be open.

    是以,看來夏天要開放了。

  • But I bet you there's going to be stipulations like I know gastric marks like you need to be in a package tour so they can hold the operators accountable for the tourists.

    但我敢打賭,會有一些規定,比如我知道胃印,比如你需要參加包價旅遊,這樣他們就可以讓經營者對遊客負責。

  • Should developments change where you know, people have to leave the country because of the pandemic or something.

    如果事態發展發生變化,你知道,由於大流行病或其他原因,人們不得不離開這個國家。

  • There's also the war going on that's gonna cause a lot of problems with flights that have to go over Russia which has really ruined the postage parcels coming from Tokyo, Leaving Tokyo are, are suspended right now to europe.

    還有正在進行的戰爭,會給必須飛越俄羅斯的班機帶來很多問題,這確實破壞了從東京發出的郵包,離開東京的郵包現在被暫停了,到了歐洲。

  • So there seems to be a hitch in all of the things but it seems like there is some optimism but we were, I wasn't really getting much of that optimism before from these big agencies.

    是以,所有的事情似乎都有一個小插曲,但似乎有一些樂觀情緒,但我們,我之前並沒有從這些大機構那裡真正得到多少這種樂觀情緒。

  • So I think it's going to be something that we have to keep an eye on because I would, I would hope that we don't miss another summer because I just know so many people that are hurting.

    是以,我認為這將是我們必須關注的事情,因為我希望我們不要再錯過一個夏天,因為我知道有這麼多人正在受到傷害。

  • You can see the cherry blossoms have really falling off of the tree onto the ground, it is the end done sort of, there are some blossoms left on there.

    你可以看到櫻花真的已經從樹上掉到了地上,這是最後完成的排序,還有一些櫻花留在上面。

  • So what I want to do is ask you, I'm back to the corner where I started here, so what I wanna do is I want to ask you to in the comments here, leave me some questions that you might have for a, for a travel update, I'm gonna be doing in the next 24 hours, I'm gonna be reading the comments to this video and give me some some questions here.

    所以我想做的是問你,我又回到了我開始的那個角落,所以我想做的是,我想請你在這裡的評論中,給我留下一些你可能有的問題,作為旅行的更新,我將在未來24小時內進行,我將閱讀這個視頻的評論,給我一些問題。

  • Also you can ask me on twitter only in Japan tv ask me on twitter some questions and I'm going to check that out and add that into the uh travel update tomorrow because I know a lot of you have been waiting for a long time, students are starting to get in from 3500 to 5002 now, I think almost 10,000, so I think when you start ramping things up like that, you can kind of see glimmers clues that give an overall picture of possible changes that are in the wind, like these buildings here.

    另外,你可以在twitter上問我,只有在日本v在twitter上問我一些問題,我打算檢查一下,並將其添加到呃明天的旅行更新中,因為我知道你們很多人已經等了很久,學生們開始從3500人到現在的5002人,我想差不多有10000人,所以我認為當你開始像這樣提升事情,你可以有點看到微光的線索,給出一個可能變化的總體情況,就像這裡的這些建築。

  • But one thing has, has certainly changed and that is the city of Tokyo, like I'm standing on the corner here, I'm just in shock still of what used to be and what is no longer here, The ISIS side of Tokyo station was a really vibrant place for salary dudes to go out drink with their coworkers.

    但有一件事確實發生了變化,那就是東京市,就像我站在這裡的拐角處,我仍然對過去和現在的情況感到震驚。東京車站的ISIS一側是一個非常有活力的地方,工資高的人可以和他們的同事出去喝酒。

  • These are all businesses and restaurants and it's gone now.

    這些都是企業和餐館,現在已經沒有了。

  • So I don't know what's going to be in its place.

    所以我不知道什麼會成為它的位置。

  • Probably another one of these um really either an office building or a high price shopping mall, but in the next year you're gonna see it here.

    可能是另一個這樣的嗯真的要麼是辦公樓,要麼是高價位的購物中心,但在明年你會在這裡看到它。

  • So by the time a lot of you come here will be a building where Sakura dori sakura trees used to be.

    是以,當你們中的很多人來到這裡時,這裡將成為櫻花大道櫻花樹過去的一個建築。

  • I can't answer questions on Visas, I don't know because I don't have a Visa.

    我不能回答關於簽證的問題,我不知道,因為我沒有簽證。

  • I think that's something you, it varies on country to country and I think that's something that you have to work out with the embassy yourself and your, if you're coming here on a work Visa, you have to work that out, you have to work that out with um the company that is that it has hired you is working with you to get the work visa here.

    我認為這是你的事情,它因國家而異,我認為這是你必須與大使館自己解決的事情,如果你是持工作簽證來這裡,你必須解決這個問題,你必須與僱用你的公司合作,在這裡獲得工作簽證。

  • But if you have a visa for a certain amount of for a certain job or C.

    但如果你的簽證是為某項工作或C的一定數量的。

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  • You have to keep on checking up on that and renewing that.

    你必須繼續檢查和更新這一點。

  • And if if it means being reissued by your employer you're going to have to do that.

    如果如果這意味著被你的僱主重新簽發,你將不得不這樣做。

  • This is something you will answer in the next travel update.

    這是你在下一次旅行更新中會回答的問題。

  • I know a lot of you have questions about this but I really can't say it depends on where you're from.

    我知道你們很多人對此有疑問,但我真的不能說這取決於你來自哪裡。

  • It depends on so many things about your employer, what you know when your visa was set to expire and uh some of the changes it's just things are changing so quickly.

    這取決於關於你的僱主的許多事情,你知道你的簽證什麼時候到期,呃,一些變化,只是事情變化得太快了。

  • Um the rules keep changing like the quarantine was was It was 14 days and then it was cut to like seven and then cut to like three and depending on where you're from like now zero, it's it's still always an evolution.

    規則一直在變化,比如檢疫是14天,然後削減到7天,然後削減到3天,取決於你來自哪裡,比如現在是零,它仍然是一個演變。

  • Michael Sasana writes in here just in case you walk by Mcdonald's and feel like getting another secret up high.

    邁克爾-薩薩納在這裡寫道,萬一你路過麥當勞,覺得想再弄一個高大上的祕密。

  • It's funny there used to be a Mcdonald's here, I think it's gone.

    有趣的是,這裡曾經有一家麥當勞,我想它已經消失了。

  • This is just like it used to be a Starbucks there and that's gone too.

    這就像那裡曾經有一家星巴克,而那也已經消失了。

  • But I will I will use that.

    但我將我將使用這個。

  • I use that to get some some pie from bub Ees which is a new york restaurant down there.

    我用這個從Bub Ees那裡買了一些派,那是一家紐約的餐館。

  • They've got really good pie and I think they have a good cherry pie I'll get for for can I for dessert tonight?

    他們有非常好的餡餅,我想他們有一個很好的櫻桃餡餅,我可以為今晚的甜點買一個嗎?

  • Thank you Michael always I really appreciate it.

    謝謝你,邁克爾,我真的很感謝你。

  • Yeah so I can I can also time out spammers.

    是的,所以我可以我也可以對垃圾郵件的人進行計時。

  • Um so that that's about it.

    嗯,所以這就是它。

  • I don't have too much more to add I'll have a Q.

    我沒有太多可以補充的,我有一個Q。

  • And A.

    而A.

  • But if you can in the comments below after the video is finished leaving some questions or on twitter you can just add the at mark only in Japan tv or hash mark only in Japan tv and I will get to that question, What do you got in the vending machines here.

    但是,如果你能在視頻結束後在下面的評論中留下一些問題,或者在twitter上,你可以直接添加at mark only in Japan tv或hash mark only in Japan tv,我將得到這個問題,你在這裡的自動售貨機中得到什麼。

  • See it's not really any changes.

    看,這並不是真的有什麼變化。

  • Do you see any changes?

    你看到有什麼變化嗎?

  • Maybe some of you see the changes, but I don't see the changes.

    也許你們中的一些人看到了這些變化,但我沒有看到這些變化。

  • Emerald Mountains been there forever that match a lot.

    翡翠山永遠在那裡,與之匹配的很多。

  • Cafe latte is pretty good.

    咖啡拿鐵很不錯。

  • Macha latte, you know, there's not a lot of changes going on here.

    瑪卡拿鐵,你知道,這裡沒有太多的變化。

  • Alright, everybody thank you so much.

    好了,大家都非常感謝你們。

  • Why still masks outside rights and Tiffany?

    為什麼還要給外界的權利和蒂芙尼戴上面具?

  • Uh two reasons one pollen is really bad in Japan, so people have hay fever, it's really really bad in Tokyo because after World War Two they planted a bunch of cedar trees that they probably shouldn't have done for lumber to rebuild but they found that chopping down those trees was more was so expensive.

    有兩個原因,一個是花粉在日本非常嚴重,所以人們有花粉症,在東京真的非常嚴重,因為在第二次世界大戰後,他們種植了一堆雪松樹,他們可能不應該為了重建木材而這樣做,但他們發現砍伐這些樹木是非常昂貴。

  • It it just didn't make a lot of sense.

    它只是沒有很大的意義。

  • It was cheaper to import it from places like Thailand.

    從泰國等地進口更便宜。

  • So um most of the wood used today is imported from abroad because it's just too expensive to start up the industry again.

    所以嗯,今天使用的大部分木材都是從國外進口的,因為重新啟動這個行業的成本太高了。

  • So that's one reason why people wear masks still and the other one is because it's polite to do that.

    是以,這是人們仍然戴口罩的一個原因,另一個原因是這樣做很有禮貌。

  • We still have a pandemic.

    我們仍然有一個大流行病。

  • The numbers are still pretty high.

    這些數字仍然相當高。

  • So even walking down the street, I noticed in places where people congregate at um it's a good question.

    是以,即使走在街上,我注意到在人們聚集的地方,嗯,這是個好問題。