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  • May 17, 2020

  • What do I dislike about Japan the most? Why do strangers here always randomly ask your age? Who's in my basement? And how did a Giant Hornet once lead me to almost crash my car? The answers to all these questions and more, lie within. ► BEHIND the scenes Patreon: https://goo.gl/NWEoQm ► WEEKLY Podcast: http://hyperurl.co/nhgr30 **FOLLOW THE ADVENTURE** ► Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/abroadinjapan/ ► Twitter: https://twitter.com/AbroadInJapan ► Instagram: @abroadinjapan **EQUIPMENT I USE** ► MAIN Camera: https://amzn.to/2HSSdmy ► INDOOR Lens: https://amzn.to/2jyPOPm ► OUTDOOR Lens: https://amzn.to/2rnAt7O ► FAVOURITE Lens: https://amzn.to/2jwqyJm ► BACKUP Camera: https://amzn.to/2jvhILY ► STABILISED Camera: https://amzn.to/2HR3ljI Business Enquiries: talent@tokyocreative.jp

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  • Abroad in Japan
    Abroad in Japan 5 months ago

    NOTIFICATION SQUAD: It's 5am and I've been editing for 18 hours. I can't feel my face. I've forgotten my name. (I think it's Dave). There's a ton of stories and experiences stuffed into this video - I hope you enjoy them! (Just don't ask me about the guy in the basement). I'd like to another Q&A again and indeed, if it does well, I may do another in June. I hope you guys are safe wherever you may be out there right now - things seem to be improving and I look forward to getting out once and again exploring the country. The question is, WHERE should we explore? Let me know in the comments and it'll probably definitely happen.

  • Cecily Erker
    Cecily Erker 5 months ago

    I don’t like sand. It’s coarse and rough and irritating. And it gets everywhere.

  • ぴょんぴょん
    ぴょんぴょん 3 months ago (edited)

    In general, the reason why Japanese people ask you your ages is just because they don’t know how to start conversations with foreigners. As you know, Japanese generally is not good at speaking English although we learn English for about six years at school. But at school we memorized some basic English sentence like “ where are you from?” , “ how old are you?”

  • JakeKeur
    JakeKeur 4 months ago

    It’s genuinely terrifying how good that American accent is

  • Mako Mankanshoku
    Mako Mankanshoku 3 months ago

    Those weird english hats is the equivalent of getting a tattoo of japanese letters not understanding what they mean but they get them anyways because they look cool.

  • Sarge
    Sarge 3 months ago

    8:33

  • Patrick Haley
    Patrick Haley 5 months ago

    Absurd to think someone thought your name was "Dave in Japan." Everyone knows youre Chad in Seattle.

  • enzoTHEferrari
    enzoTHEferrari 3 months ago

    I travelled to Japan last November. Here’s the jest of what experienced.

  • Gaboxxy
    Gaboxxy 3 months ago

    Coming from Chile, a country even more prone to earthquakes and definitely more prepared to withstand them believe it or not, that whole “walls are made of cardboard because earthquakes” is bullshit, it’s just them being cheap. Here in Chile buildings are build with concrete but in especific ways to withstand earthquakes, and they hold their own just fine, to the point that after the last japanese earthquake a bunch of japanese engineers came here to study our buildings. It’s kinda puzzling that such a developed country with people known to be extremely meticulous would be so sloppy when it came to infraestructure, knowing that they are a sismic country

  • Shoshin Samurai
    Shoshin Samurai 3 months ago

    Only the British can sound disgusted and excited at the same time.

  • Tiago Feitosa
    Tiago Feitosa 3 months ago

    2:34

  • sunset cgt
    sunset cgt 5 months ago

    plot twist: the guy in the basement is the real Dave whose YouTube channel was called Dave in Japan until Chris abducted him and took over his channel

  • 麻衣
    麻衣 3 months ago (edited)

    When living in an apartment in Japan you should choose apartments that use “Tekin concrete” as their material for the inside of the wall. “Tekotsu” or “mokuzo” walls are thin so it makes it’s easier to hear people’s noises.

  • Eim June
    Eim June 2 months ago (edited)

    "I can hear my neighbors fuuu~ doing random things" 😅

  • Ender Warlock
    Ender Warlock 3 months ago

    Chris finally following his dream of becoming James Bond but he's working for Japan and in South Korea.

  • Abhinay K
    Abhinay K 2 months ago

    Someone in japan: What's your age?

  • Substance20
    Substance20 5 months ago

    "Never come Korea forever" does sound like a neat 007 title, I'll give it that

  • Sophie Grimm
    Sophie Grimm 4 months ago

    I love the part where he goes “fu-doing random things.” Lol 😂

  • Aesuithiel
    Aesuithiel 2 months ago

    I was so thrown off by his American accent during the “Dave in Japan bit”, it was convincing but uncharacteristically cheery for him lol

  • SeriousGamer753
    SeriousGamer753 4 months ago

    "Pizza sandwich" So a calzone?! Hahahaha japan