Shopping In Takanohara- JVlog 04

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  • Flying_Purple_Pizzas reply Wouldn't it be cool if you could just snap your fingers and be ready for the day? Why don't they allow you to film in the mall? Your dog seems very well behaved. Thanks for sharing your day! It's neat to be taken along for the ride in foreign places.
  • [ – ] theoldsparrow reply Seems like a pleasant, lazy day adventure. You got to love those. I'm a fan of Japanese snacks especially limited editions so I want to try that American Pie shake. It's too bad it costs like fifty bucks to import snacks to America so I can't splurge often.
    • [ – ] Xenoliving parent reply It was $7 and melted before we got outside, so I undertsnad the struggle, lol. I just really needed to try the drink that's also a pie. Yeah, maybe I should have done a video on these doritos I bought on clearance the other day. They had like... a full mural for a bag and they were super spicy. Best 64 cent purchase of my life. For the record, my favorite japanese snack is dusted chocolate that you eat with a tiry shovel. My first tip!! Ayyyyyyy, thanks ye olde sparrow. Now I can tell my dad I do something professionally, haha.
      • [ – ] theoldsparrow parent reply Wasabi Doritos are amazing. I don't think I've ever tried the dusted chocolate. Japanese chocolate seems to be heavy on the cocoa side from what I've experienced. Except pocky. That is closer to American sweets. You're welcome. :D
        • Xenoliving parent reply Ok, I just googled it. It's from ROYCE and it's called Nama chocolate and it's... wtf? 30$???? I got it as a gift from a friend. Oh man, No wonder it was so good. Yeah, I expected japan to be super sweet, but it's really not. Sadly, that means I've been eating worse than in the states, haha. Sadly, I grew to like beer in San Diego and japan has been sorely disappointing so far.
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