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  • Hey guys! So today we are back with another video and we are in a... different setup here back in my, uh, house in Los Angeles.

    嘿,夥計們!我們又回來了,今天我們在洛杉磯家的另一個場景。

  • And, uh, I am accompanied by my good friend Eli over here who is from America.

    我的好朋友伊萊也在這裡,他來自美國。

  • And, um, today we want to talk about 10 things that we missed about America when we were in Japan.

    而今天我們要講的是我們在日本時最想念關於美國的10件事。

  • Um, Eli has been in Japan about four times. -Um-hum.

    伊萊去過日本過4次。 -沒錯。

  • Um, I have been living in Japan for about three-and-a-half years or so.

    我在日本生活了3年半左右。

  • I am back in L.A., uh, my hometown, for about a-week-and-a-half vacation.

    我回老家大約半個假期又一個禮拜了。

  • So let's start with a list that is not in any order, okay, so number one is: [Spacious Living Quarters.]

    所以,讓我們從一個沒有按照任何規律的清單開始,第1件是......。

  • So here in America, spacious rooms, apartments or houses, um.

    所以在美國有寬敞的房間、公寓或房子。

  • When you are in Japan, things are so... compact.

    但當你在日本的時候,所有空間是如此...狹小...

  • -So compressed, right? -Absolutely.

    如此被壓縮......是吧?-絕對是 。

  • Um, even hotels you were talking about, right?

    你說的酒店也是吧?

  • Yeah, I mean, (a) typical hotel room in the US is at least double the size of an average hotel room in Japan.

    美國典型的酒店房間面積至少是日本酒店房間平均面積的兩倍。

  • Number two has to do with food and beverages, so here in America, you get more quantity, uh, you have more options, and they're cheaper.

    第二件與食物和飲料有關。在美國,你可以買更多的量,你有更多的選擇,而且東西更便宜。

  • -Um, so whenever you go to like any restaurant and you order like a soda in America, you get free refills almost all the time. -Yeah.

    你只要在美國的任何餐廳點一杯點一杯汽水,幾乎都可以免費續杯。 -對。

  • Um, I think that goes for soda, iced tea, lemonade.

    我想這適用於汽水,冰茶,檸檬水。

  • -Um, I think coffee you can't get free refills but... -Yeah sure you can get free refills for coffee yeah. -You can?

    我想咖啡你不能免費續杯。 -你當然可以可以免費續杯。

  • But basically, in Japan, if you order one coffee, that means you get one coffee, if you order one soda, that means you get one soda.

    但在日本,基本上如果你點了一杯咖啡,你就只會拿到一杯咖啡,如果你點了一杯蘇打水,你就只會拿到一杯蘇打水。

  • And the price is a little more expensive than it would be here in America.

    而且價格會比美國這裡貴一些。

  • Um, so that's a really big plus that America has, and that's the reason why we are so healthy here.

    這也是美國擁有的一個非常大的優點,這也是為什麼我們在這裡如此健康的原因。

  • Number three has to do with food again. -[Free Appetizers.]

    第三件又是跟食物有關。

  • Here in America, you basically get free appetizers in, like, all restaurants.

    在美國,你可以在所有的餐館吃到免費的開胃菜。像是在墨西哥餐廳,你可以得到免費的玉米脆片和莎莎醬。

  • Like in a Mexican restaurant, you get, like, free chips and salsa.

  • Um, an Italian restaurant, you get free bread, um, steak restaurant, you get free bread.

    在義大利餐廳,你可以得到免費的麵包。在牛排店,你則會拿到免費的麵包。

  • And it's also, um, all you can eat, so you can keep ordering that, uh, for free.

    而且它也是吃到飽的,所以你可以一直免費續。

  • They'll give you free bread if you want more bread.

    如果你想要更多的麵包,他們會給你更多的麵包。 -對。

  • Um, in Japan, like, I think there's like, maybe if you go to an Outback Steakhouse is the only place, which is an American chain.

    但在日本,我認為像Outback牛排館是唯一的地方,而這是一個美式連鎖餐廳。

  • But they have, they have free refills for bread.

    他們可以免費續麵包。

  • But typically in Japanese restaurants, um, you do not get any free appetizers - You are actually charged a table fee usually.

    但一般在日本餐廳。你不會得到任何免費的開胃菜,而且你通常還會被收取桌費。

  • Um, and they don't give you any free appetizers.

    他們不給你任何免費的開胃菜。

  • What's a table fee?

    什麼是桌費?

  • So, like, a table fee maybe if you go to like an izakaya, they'll charge you like 500 yen each person for just sitting down.

    如果你去居酒屋的話就要收桌費,他們會向你收取每人500日元的費用,就僅僅是因為坐在那裡。

  • I'm not even joking, and plus you need to order one dish.

    我不是在開玩笑,而且你還需要點一道菜。

  • So moving right along, number four, we have better parks or recreational areas.

    接下來來看第四件,我們有更好的公園或休閒區。在美國,

  • So in America, you can, like, go to a park and there could be like a nice public, uh, basketball court that you can you know use for free.

    你可以有很好的公共籃球場的公園,而且你可以免費使用。

  • Um, or there (could) be big parks. where you can just, you know kick the soccer ball around, throw the football around.

    或者有一個大的公園,你可以在那裡踢足球或扔美式足球。

  • Um, but in Japan because it is so small, uh, nothing against Japan, it's just that Japan is so small that you can't have those areas.

    但在日本,因為它太小了,這不是針對日本,只是日本真的太小了,所以不能有這些地方。

  • Um, and even if you want to play like "Futsal," um, "Futsal" is like indoor soccer or like small sided soccer.

    即使你想玩五人足球。五人制足球就像室內足球或小面足球。

  • Um, it's really expensive, It's almost like 20 bucks to 40 bucks per person.

    它真的很貴。每個人大概要20到40美元。

  • Um, and that's, that is something very different from America.

    而這一點和美國很不一樣。

  • Um, you know, I grew up in Los Angeles, so, um, we played basketball all the time, you know, in school playgrounds.

    我在洛杉磯長大,所以我們總是在學校操場上打籃球。

  • So, it was kind of something that I kind of missed while living in Japan, you know, I couldn't play basketball really ever.

    所以這是我在日本生活的時候所懷念的事情。我不能像以前一樣打籃球。

  • Yeah, and I play a lot of golf, especially in Japan, the driving ranges are much smaller than compared to the US.

    是啊,我很常打高爾夫,日本的練習場和美國比起來小很多。

  • It's like, US, you can hit at least up to 300 yards, um, in almost every driving range whereas Japan, some of them that I have been to, in like Osaka, you can only hit maybe 80-90 yards.

    在美國,你可以打到至少300碼,幾乎在所有的駕駛範圍內,在日本,我去過的一些地方,比如大阪,你只能打到80 -90碼。

  • There are four levels, It's a totally different style of golf.

    高爾夫有4個級別,這是完全不同風格的。

  • I don't know anything about golf, so...

    我對高爾夫一竅不通,所以... ...。

  • Uh, so number five, um, shopping!

    第五件事是購物。

  • So, in America, you have the Nordstrom Rack.

    在美國,你有諾德斯特龍貨架,

  • You have a bunch of these, like, department stores that, um, have really big sales and discounts for, um, high end goods.

    你有一堆像這樣有高級精品的大特價和折扣的百貨公司。

  • Um, in Japan, you don't really have - Yeah you have sales obviously, but um, the price for clothing or items are a lot higher than you would see in America.

    但在日本,你不是真的有,你當然有特價,但是衣服或物品的價格會比你在美國看到的高很多。

  • Um, I am not sure if that's because a lot of those products are made in Japan.

    不知道是不是因為這些產品很多都是日本製造的。

  • Um, but basically shopping wise, I find it so much easier and convenient to buy whatever I want here in America compared to Japan.

    但基本上購物方面,我覺得在美國買什麼東西都比在日本買要容易得多,方便得多。

  • -Did you have any experiences like that? -Yeah, no, the one store that I liked a lot in Japan was Uniqlo. -Uniqlo.

    你有過這樣的經歷嗎?-有啊,我在日本很喜歡的一家店是Uniqlo。

  • But now they have a lot of Uniqlos in the US, and it's growing so, um, no complaints there.

    但現在他們在美國也有很多Uniqlo,而且它的數量還在不斷地增長。

  • -I just saw one in the Beverly Center actually. -Yeah exactly.

    沒有要抱怨的意思。 -我剛剛其實就在比佛利中心看到一個。-是阿沒錯。

  • And I think they're growing, they had one in New York City for a while right? -Um-hm.

    我覺得它們的數量還在增加,有一間在紐約市有一段時間了吧? -沒錯。

  • Yeah, so hopefully Uniqlo grows here because Uniqlo is great with that Heatech, baby!

    是啊,所以希望Uniqlo在這裡發展,因為Uniqlo的Heatech技術很好!

  • Moving right along, we have watching sports.

    下一件是跟體育相關的。

  • So you know I am a big NBA fan, um, I watch the NFL.

    我是NBA的忠實球迷,我也看NFL。

  • Um, you know obviously those are American, uh, leagues, so It's just hard to watch - If you're a sports fan, it's hard to watch any of your favorite sporting games in Japan.

    很明顯,這些都是美國聯賽,所以如果你是個體育迷,在日本想看任何你喜歡的體育比賽都很難。

  • Um, you know, I wanted to keep track of the Warriors and Stephen Curry, my boy!

    你知道嗎,我想密切關注勇士隊和柯瑞的比賽!

  • But, uh, you know, it's hard to, I gotta watch the highlight reels, but that's all good because he's, you know, throwing dishes and 3's and stuff.

    但是很難,所以我只能看精彩片段。但還是很好,因為他一直投三分球之類的。

  • Um, but even like the NFL, I-I don't even know where to find an NFL, uh, channel.

    但至於NFL一樣,我甚至不知道在哪裡可以找到NFL的頻道。

  • Um, so yeah, it's just difficult to keep track of all of those, uh, sporting, um, sporting news, events and games and stuff while living in Japan.

    所以啊,在日本生活的時候,要想了解所有的體育新聞、賽事和遊戲什麼的,實在是很難。

  • Yeah, no, on Sundays in the US, I mean, it's like, football is a religion here.

    在美國的週日,足球在這裡就像一個宗教。

  • So I mean people would just park themselves on the couch and watch TV all day.

    人們會把癱在沙發上,整天看電視。

  • But when I was in Japan, you know, you can't really get those games, uh, but I got to watch a lot of sumo though, which is one of my favorite sports.

    但你知道在日本,你不能真的看到這些比賽,不過我可以看很多相撲,這是我最喜歡的運動之一。

  • -This dude loves sumo! -Love it.

    這傢伙喜歡相撲! -我喜歡。

  • Moving right along to number seven are gas prices!

    接下來是第七件。

  • So, in Japan, like you might think that gas prices are expensive in America.

    油價!在日本你可能會覺得美國的油價很貴,噢不不不,

  • Oh, no no no! You don't know anything yet! Gas prices in Japan are sky-rocket high.

    你還什麼都不知道呢 !日本的油價是天價。

  • Um, basically driving in Japan is really expensive.

    基本上在日本開車真的很貴。

  • Um, kind of moving along to number eight too.

    接著來看第八件。

  • Parking is... whoa!

    停車費是,哇,如果你覺得美國的停車費很貴......。基本上停車費......特別是東京的停車費和紐約市差不多甚至更貴。

  • Like, if you think parking is cheap, uh, oh sorry, if you think parking is expensive in America, basically think parking, especially in Tokyo is basically similar or more expensive than parking in NYC.

  • Um, and, oh, gosh. It's, it's, it's horrible. Like I don't drive, but you always see these parking signs and how expensive they are - it's literally crazy.

    太可怕了。我不開車,但你總能看到這些停車標誌,他們是多麼昂貴,這真的太瘋狂了。

  • Um, another one with that goes along with it is - what's it called - is valet parking.

    接著還有代客泊車。

  • Um, America is really big on valet parking at a department store, shopping mall, but uh, in Japan I think, I don't really see much valet parking, um, so basically you have to pay a really big fee to park the car yourself.

    美國真的很重視百貨公司和購物中心的代客泊車。但在日本,我沒有看到太多的代客泊車。所以基本上,你必須支付一個非常大的費用自己停車。

  • Um, yeah, do you have anything to add to that?

    你有什麼要補充的嗎?

  • Yeah, I mean parking is, you know, much, much easier obviously because we have much more space in the US.

    在美國,停車顯然要容易得多,因為我們有更多的空間。

  • -But, um, it just, it kind of drives everyone towards public transportation over there in Japan. -Yeah.

    但在日本,這也是驅使大家使用公共交通工具的一個原因。 -對。

  • But if you guys don't know, the parking garages sometimes in Japan are really cool. Like, you know, you do this thing where you park and all of a sudden the car, like, would go up.

    但如果你們不知道,日本的停車場真的很酷。你停在那裡,突然間......汽車會上升...

  • -Like... -Like an elevator. -Like an elevator, yup, and like park itself.

    -像電梯一樣。 -像電梯一樣。沒錯。然後自己停好。

  • And then you know this thing will come back down and a new car comes on, like It's really cool.

    而這東西會再下降,一輛新的車又可以再停進去。真是太酷了。不愧是日本的高科技。

  • High tech baby. Japan!

  • So, our number nine is, you can watch Hollywood movies on time.

    第九件事是,

  • I'm a big movie guy, I love Hollywood, I love movies - Well, I mean I live near Hollywood so as you know.

    你可以按時觀看好萊塢電影。我是一個超級影癡,我愛好萊塢。 我喜歡電影。我是說我住在好萊塢附近,所以你知道的......。

  • -But I love movies... -Movie star.

    -但我愛電影...... -電影明星。

  • We are the movie stars, yeah. We Rockefellers.

    我們是電影明星。

  • But yeah, in Japan, movies, Hollywood movies come out sometimes a month to like three months after they come out in America - it's literally insane.

    但在日本,好萊塢的電影會在美國上映一到三個月後才上映,這太瘋狂了。

  • Like people in America are talking about the movie, and, you know, three months later I can't even watch the movie.

    這就像美國的人們都在談論這部電影,而我在三個月後甚至還看不到這部電影。

  • So, like, that's kind of something that I regret, not regret. That's something that I despise about Japan.

    所以這也是我對日本的鄙視之處。

  • For how long they take to get the movie rights, It's really insane.

    對於他們拿到電影版權需要多長時間,這簡直是瘋了。

  • Yeah, I mean, especially living in Los Angeles, we have a lot of friends in the movie industry.

    是啊,尤其是住在洛杉磯, 我們有很多朋友在電影行業。

  • So I mean we can watch the movies before they even come out in special premiers, special screenings, things like that so we're are a little spoiled or used to getting things before everyone else so it's tough to you know go some place where you've got to wait a lot later.

    我們有時可以在電影特別首映或放映之前就看到電影。所以我們有點被寵壞了,我們習慣於比別人先得到東西。所以,當你要去一個你必須等待很久才能看到電影的地方是很痛苦的。

  • And our last one is that in America at almost every single restaurant if you don't finish your food, you can take it out.

    而我們最後一個是,在美國幾乎所有的餐廳,如果你吃不完你的食物,你都可以外帶。

  • That is, uh, leftover, want to take out, you know, doggy bag?

    就是把吃剩的東西用打包袋帶走。

  • It's called doggy bag? Doggy poop bag? Brown bag takeout?

  • But you can actually take out your food if you left, if it's leftover.

    但是如果你有剩菜剩飯的話,其實是可以外帶的。

  • Um, in Japan, most restaurants do not allow you, so you are basically throwing away your food, which is really annoying, cause, you know, if I have a very nice burger and I can't finish my burger, and I have half a burger left, I want to eat that for breakfast the next day, you know.

    但在日本,大多數餐廳不允許你。所以,你基本上得扔掉你的食物, 這是真的很煩人。因為如果我有一個很好的漢堡,我不能吃完我的漢堡, 而且我還剩下半個漢堡,我會想把它當做第二天的早餐吃。

  • Yeah, and to me that's crazy, I mean, if you ordered the food, you paid for it, and you know you are planning on eating it later, why can't you take it out, it doesn't make any sense

    是啊,對我來說,這真是瘋了。如果你點了菜,你就得付。

  • Yeah, I don't understand that policy either.

    而你打算以後再吃,為什麼不能把它拿出來。這沒有任何意義。 -是啊,我也不明白這個規定。

  • Um, and just to you know, round this topic up with a bang you know, America, or at least Los Angeles, has great Mexican food!

    為了讓這個主題圓滿結束。美國,至少是洛杉磯,有很棒的墨西哥美食!

  • -But Japan's Mexican food, they need help with the Mexican food department! -They need more Mexicans.

    但是日本的墨西哥食物,他們需要墨西哥食物部門的幫助 ! -他們需要更多墨西哥人。

  • Yes they do. They need more, they need more! So if you can make Mexican food, go to Japan, start a business in Tokyo because I am in Tokyo okay...

    對,沒錯。他們需要更多,所以如果你會做墨西哥菜,就去日本吧。在東京開業,因為我在東京。

  • So if you can make Mexican food, go to Japan, start a business in Tokyo because I am in Tokyo okay.

  • Help a brother out. Give me some burritos, give me some tacos, give me all that - I love Mexican food. Mexican food and I, we are best friends.

    幫兄弟一把。給我一些捲餅,給我一些玉米餅,我喜歡所有的墨西哥食物。 墨西哥菜和我,我們是最好的朋友。

  • So if you know how to make Mexican food, come to Tokyo, okay?

    所以如果你會做墨西哥菜的話,就來東京吧,好嗎?

  • -I am talking to you people right there. -And make sure the guac's good.

    我在跟你們這些人說話。 -鱷梨醬一定要做得好吃一點。

  • Make sure the guac's good, give me the sour cream! Yeah. oh yeah!

    確保鱷梨醬好吃,給我酸奶油!

  • But yeah, if you guys enjoyed this video, please leave a like, please share it.

    但是,是的,如果你們喜歡這個視頻,

  • If you guys want to add anything else, please leave a comment down below.

    請留言點讚,請分享。如果你們還想補充什麼,請在下面留言。

  • Uh, I think that would be, uh, appreciated by many viewers to see, you know, different sides for, you know, this topic.

    我想,對於這個話題,如果能看到不同的面相,會有很多觀眾感謝你。

  • -And I guess I will see you in the next video. Peace. -Peace.

    我想我將在下一個視頻中看到你!再見。 -再見。

Hey guys! So today we are back with another video and we are in a... different setup here back in my, uh, house in Los Angeles.

嘿,夥計們!我們又回來了,今天我們在洛杉磯家的另一個場景。

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