The Craziest Food in Japan: Flying Noodles in Infamous Tsunami Town





Even after living in Japan for 2 years, this is the craziest food I’ve ever seen. This is an infamous Tsunami town in Japan. Surprisingly there is a lot to tour around here. Have you ever eaten noodles from a slide? In Japan there is a style of soba noodle severed on a bamboo slide (nagashi soba). My Chinese roommates and I came to the northeast of Japan to visit the infamous towns hit by the 2011 Tsunami. Despite the sad history of these towns, there are still a lot of tourist attractions and fun things to do and good Japanese food to eat.

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  • Posted: September 27, 2020 01:27

    Oriental Pearl

    Here is the first video from our big trip to Northeastern Japan. There will be two more videos from this trip. Knowing Japanese made it possible for us to see these more remote areas. I started learning Japanese through these audio lessons. I highly recommend using it to improve your Japanese so you can go off the beaten trail too. https://www.japanesepod101.com/member/go.php?r=810124&l=%2F
  • Posted: September 27, 2020 01:27

    Ghl Scitel

    the crumbled "nori" flakes are missing. They make the soba meal complete - as for me
  • Posted: September 27, 2020 01:27

    Rxx x

    @Oriental Pearl, In America ........it compulsory for couple to sleep together without marry?What happen if boyfriend dont want to sleep to his girlfriend because not marry?
  • Posted: September 27, 2020 01:27

    Jaggercat

    @Oriental Pearl hi i love watching your videos! what was the temperature of the water for the noodle slide? was it warm, hot or cold?
  • Posted: September 27, 2020 01:27

    Ale Melo

    Wow......o lugar é bonito...mas tem um ar sombrio.
    Meio assustador....pelas vidas perdidas...
  • Posted: September 27, 2020 01:27

    John W

    It's only when you are there that the reality of what actually happened kicks in. I was in Koh Phi Phi 18 months after boxing day tsunami and I got a few shivers. Seeing all the kids running around and then visiting Hiroshima museum brought a tear to many people, including myself
  • Posted: September 27, 2020 01:27

    v s

    Yours is probably one of the best youtube channel if not the best for japan enthusiasts❤️

    Please don’t go back to China. 😁
  • Posted: September 27, 2020 01:27

    TRCBY SHOW

    That water fall must of made it all worth it (5x)!
  • Posted: September 27, 2020 01:27

    check joe

    どこですか?发生过海啸吗?釜石在哪个县呢?
  • Posted: September 27, 2020 01:27

    M S

    Ur a natural
  • Posted: September 27, 2020 01:27

    Roy Actual

    It's a good thing you made a video of the cave. The scale and effort it took wouldn't have been the same in photos. Fun times.
  • Posted: September 27, 2020 01:27

    Jonathan Ferreira

    That loudspeaker announcement is scary.
  • Posted: September 27, 2020 01:27

    Mary Mccarthy

    It is cool, but I couldn’t do it. It made me a little nauseous watching it.
  • Posted: September 27, 2020 01:27

    Blade Runner 1984

    Hello miss Pearl.
    🧞‍♂️🦖🤗
  • Posted: September 27, 2020 01:27

    Randy Watson

    Lol it doesn't make it look appetizing for me 😅.
    I kinda see a sewerpipe with a drain 😬
  • Posted: September 27, 2020 01:27

    The Observer

    What an interesting video. I've never seen that before. Wow.
  • Posted: September 27, 2020 01:27

    TurnTimeTable

    That was affecting for me. Good job
  • Posted: September 27, 2020 01:27

    NoDovesFlyHere6_6

    This is probably the coolest thing I’ve ever seen! Japanese people do things 50 times better. Should look into the Japanese chicano Southern LA scene they do there! It’s interesting
  • Posted: September 27, 2020 01:27

    Simon 0000

    Watching this put in the mindset for watching one of my favourite movies ( the impossible) based on the true story of the tsunami in Thailand 2004 😢
  • Posted: September 27, 2020 01:27

    Duong Tin

    Dang, ive seen this in anime so many times in my childhood, now i get to be so bumped up again bc of this video i am midnight watching. Youve boosted my motivation to fully cultivate chinese and japanese and the wish to travel there to eat THAT.
    本当に有り難う Pearlさん
  • Posted: September 27, 2020 01:27

    Arjo Soekardan

    The noodle shoot pipe, I cannot help but wonder why there are missing numbers (4, 9, 14, 19) though the pipes seems to be bundles of three. The missing numbers, is it because they are bad luck or they have special treatment somewhere in the restaurant?
  • Posted: September 27, 2020 01:27

    リラキャット | RilaKat | 日本での生活

    Great video, now I know the tsunami sound to know to evacuate living nearby the beach

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