Kids Try Japanese Street Food | Kids Try | HiHo Kids

Kids Try Japanese Street Food | Kids Try | HiHo Kids

January 7, 2020 100 By Ewald Bahringer


– [Interviewer] What
do you think makes this a good street food? – ‘Cause I can just like
walk around like doop doop. Mm, mm. (upbeat music throughout) – [Interviewer] Hello! Do you know what you’re doing here today? – We’re doing Kids Try? Right? – [Interviewer] We’re having Street Foods- – No! Don’t tell me. – [Interviewer] You don’t wanna know? – Yeah, that’s how I roll. (laughter) (scraping sound) – What? (laughter) – Is it deep-fried potato? – That’s curry. (crunch sound) – [Interviewer] This is Japanese curry, wrapped in dough and deep fried. – The bread’s really good. It’s like soft but also
crunchy at the same time. The thing I don’t really like about it is how the curry’s sort
of a little bit spicy. But the bread’s really delicious. – This is messy. – [Interviewer] But if
you eat something messy on the street, the crumbs
just go on the street, it’s not your problem. (laughter) (scraping sound) – Is this some sort of noodle hot dog? – Noodle dog. – [Interviewer] Noodle dog? – That’s what I’m calling it. (laughter) – [Interviewer] What do you see? – A hot dog, but with spaghetti inside it, with these little pink
things and some noodle on it. – Is that ginger? – Mmm! – [Interviewer] Like it? – Mmm! Mmm! – [Interviewer] You ever
had yakisoba before? – I love yakisoba. – [Interviewer] What
do you think makes this a good street food? – It’s hard to get like a salad on the go, but just grab a hot dog
and get outta there. – Like this? (laughter) – ‘Cause I can just like
walk around like, doop, doop. Mmm, mmm, mmm, mmm. – [Interviewer] Go ahead
and open your eyes. – Ooo, it’s wrapped in newspaper. That’s fancy. – It’s newspaper. Whoa, it’s warm, is it a burrito? (paper sound) – Is this a yam? – [Interviewer] It’s a sweet potato. – What is this? Wow! – Tastes like a giant fig. – [Interviewer] So what you’re
eating is called a yakiimo. These vendors drive
these like little trucks, kind of like an ice cream truck. But instead of ice
cream, you get potatoes. – That’s cool. (laughter) – This is fun! – Get my food, I’m going
to read the article. (laughter) (scraping sound) – Come to papa. – This looks really messy. – Mmm, I like it. – Is this mochi? – I think mochi. – [Interviewer] It’s very similar. – It still doesn’t really
top off the noodle dog, ’cause the noodle dog was high quality. High quality food there. – [Interviewer] Why do you think they have so many street foods in Japan? – I’ve noticed that in
Japan, like in pictures, there’s always like really busy streets. I’m like, if there’s that many people, they don’t have time to actually sit in a real restaurant and like wait. And with street food, boom. (scraping sound). – Huh, what’s this? – (gasp) It’s a waffle fish. – So, how am I gonna open it? I wanna rip off the head, but- – [Interviewer] Do it. – Is this chocolate? – Mmm, so good. It’s sweet and really good
flavor, but it’s not too sweet. – Why are all these so fun to squish? – [Interviewer] Very
squishy selection today. – This is a puzzle. (laughter) See this goes right here,
and his blood goes in here. (laughter) – Man, that would be nice, living in Japan with
all these street foods. (crunch sound) – Why did the fish not have any friends? – [Interviewer] I don’t know, why? – Because it was shell-fish. – [Interviewer] Aww! – Bye! Thanks for watching!