TGS 2012 - The Crazy Snacks of Japan
Three American dudes with very western palates trying Japanese snacks - what could do wrong?
Watch part 2 here.
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But you guys in the states have no idea how to make a proper taco either.
'Food Weenie,' now my new favorite phrase.
it's funny cos im from hong kong! and we have most of those japanese snacks there too :P
just look at www.okashiland.com and see all those snacks :P
by that description, sounds like marmite
haha i wonder how stupid this looks to people that live in japan...its like if a group of japanese kids bought a bunch of doritos and funyuns from a walmart
Well aren't you friendly.
most of these snacks are actually in alot of asian markets here in the US lol
Go kill yourself
Great deduction there holmsmo I assume the S is for small?
Only pussy baby bitches don't like coffee. Don't give a man props for ripping music from a game, everyone on the internet does that. And also not great videos, eating stuff from japan has been done to death on the internet.
I really wish that Dontacos could be a flavor for Doritos. PERHAPS IT'S THE SAME THING!!!
Craig hates anything that threatens his pseudo stardom, he fired Jared because he is a bitch-ass.
And nobody gives a shit.
Alright, from someone who lived in Japan for 4 years, these guys ate in Part 1:
1) Ka-ru, which is, in fact, accurately described as something like cheesy poofs or Funyuns; I never tried that brand myself, but it looks like they were aiming for something of a loaded potato flavor.
2) I honestly have no idea what those are. Smacks are supposed to be puffed rice, so it wouldn't surprise me at all that there would be puffed rice snacks in Japan.
3) The "L size bag" potato chips there are supposed to be "consomme punch" flavor, as in a "punch" of consomme flavor. Potato chips overseas, unlike American potato chips, aren't really flavored very strongly.
4) Don Tacos, YEAH!!! I do agree they need those over here in the States. Doritos need some serious competition in the flavored tortilla chip department. Though while on the subject of Doritos, they have some pretty crazy Dorito flavors in Japan. I once tried their Clam Chowder (!) flavor over there. They were horrible. DON'T try Clam Chowder Doritos.
5) The bag says "nure-senbei", which means "wet rice crackers", and that's exactly what those are. The regular, crispy rice crackers (senbei) that are very common over there can be pretty good depending on the kind you get, but I just can't imagine them tasting good at all when wet. I'm sorry you guys had to go through that.
Gonna watch Part 2 now. I hope you guys find some better stuff, though I fear you're not going to find much better. Well, I would recommend one: Tokyo Banana. It is AMAZING!!! I will admit I tended to mostly stay away from uniquely Japanese snacks as they really didn't look appealing at all to me. Though to anyone going to Japan, or for the crew next time they go to TGS, may I recommend taking a look at the numerous unique Kit Kat flavors? Seriously, I wouldn't be surprised if they had hundreds!
Don't worry, Craig. I hate coffee too. Also, major props for the Ninja Gaiden ending theme.
Great video. Now I'm really curious to try some of the Japanese snacks.
Using my knowledge of Japanese I can tell you the "L" stands for "large" that part reads "L size bag."