Best Udon Noodles in Japan | Epic Noodle Tour

Best Udon Noodles in Japan | Epic Noodle Tour

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How, everybody welcome to tabbies I'm sassy and I'm sneaky, welcome back to another food and travel video today, we are taking you to on the epic, dude on tour in, Kahala oh my god I am so excited. So. We just arrived at Takamatsu, Airport it is like an insanely. Early. Hour, of, the day Takamatsu, is only about one hour and 20 minutes from, Tokyo. Haneda Airport so, it wasn't too bad and you, know we really really wanted to try that we don't here because this, place is famous, for, that we don't need a famous. Very famous I hear, that they have even more you don't shops than, convenience, stores in this city that is, unheard. Of I can't even imagine and that we don't start, from talking of Airport Airport. Yeah we're eating we don't at the airport enough not, being I can show you oh I'm, confused. Okay, so subtle, she tells me that you can have free, food, on soup, in the airport, that sounds so, bizarre and, here, we found it to the left is the cold one and to, the right is the hot soup we're gonna start off a cold soup because it's. Pretty hot today you have like this faucet, here and you, when you twist it open some, don't, soup, comes. Out. Wow. That. Is legit. We don't soup, I gotta say. It's. Really you. Don't don't, act asleep I feel, a, little bit strange. So. I need a coffee because, I will drive all day long today that's, right thank you so much, for driving Satoshi, and before, we begin I do have to mention that this is a collaboration. Video with meet Mike Ogawa, if you want to see, us check out all the popular, sites as well as try, out the iconic, foods of Kagawa make, sure to check them out by, clicking right up there we also have a link in the description I feel better now oh good good good let's, go driving. So. Faster place is you. Don't this, place is a little bit too far from the city center, this place is mostly rice, fields, a residential, area it's very very rural but, everyone. Is telling us we have to come here trout, that we do noodles here who don't noodles are very very, famous, here in Kigali in fact it's probably the food. That people. Here mostly eat this, place is very famous for Kamata. Ma a dhama to eat sanic, you don there a variety of the eating way tomato. Is a wonderful, this put. It into, hot noodle, and pour. Some dashi this, shop invented, this Kamiyama, we don't a style in which you place your order is very similar to mother commit we don't in a lot of places we've been called the state of the started self-styled, whether, you. Are favorite with on pick, some toppings. The dishes. And then pour your favorite. - does she I decide, to get the most basic one a common Tama we don't this is basically we don't leave us with the raw egg and green onions what about you mine isn't also comma tomato but with grated. Yam mean, yes toreador toreador emo from my side dish I decided, to get the go, ball which is burdock, tempura, and their, specialty, the potato, tempura. This is tempered, Akiyama imitation, crab deep fry the tofu pouches so this is hot noodles easier I'm not Anna it was so the, noodle, is hot. So, X 9. 3 egg has nicely cooked, look, at this you can see that some, of the egg has already been cooked is that yellow, bits as was a white yeah. So this is a good thing because I I'm not like a huge, huge fan of them raw. Raw egg although, I don't mind it but I'm not like a huge fan. Mmm. Mmm. Good. And, you can definitely tell that these noodles are not mass-produced, I'm. Gonna try this potato because. This is what. They're famous for. Oh my, goodness, Oh. Oh this, is so good, I could. Eat like ten of these I actually want to take these home like, takeout dinner huh the outside has a little crisp its, flavored, with a loti seaweed, here, we got the ten put up burdock this is called Kobo here in Japan oh. That's. Nice it's, very soft. Sometimes. Gobo temperature, can be kind of stringy and, fibery. But this is very nice and soft and tender, and this, noodles, really, Simmons, maybe, two because of egg egg, cooking. Enzyme. Yarmulke, cake the greater the young made this very, smooth. Its. Absorbs, a passive play about this we - - you pray about very well the. Tempura or the imitation, crab you. Don't. Right. Now we are walking through, the model gummy shorting. Guy which is a shopping, street what actually the biggest shopping. Street here. In the city, Oh beauty. It is super, beautiful, there's leave it on Lawrence. You. Can come here there's something for you to do shopping, we're, walking to the car right now we're gonna drive over to the next destination.

Yes Yes, don't, shop next don't shut up let's do it. Here. We are santoku. They cheated on Santa, we. Have a very, interesting. Look. This. One on top it is mochi, but, not only regular, mochi it, contains, an, M, means, a red, bean paste them ooh. This. Beautiful. You don't know those. Very. Comfortable. Very, comfortable flavor. The, chewiness is perfect. For me, it has a nice. Good, chewiness. It's. A characteristic, of 70. Unum here in Colorado favorite job and this, does, she is also, good, that. The she comes from fish. Sharra, adidas mochi. It's. Beautiful. Oh. Here. Is uncle. Inside. Can you see uncle. Its. Tubular, interact. Mouse. Interesting. The, soup is savory, but, inside. Uncle is sweet. The. Contrast, of sweetness. And savory, it's fun. Fun, for me this, is what I got as this is one of their trademark. Dishes and I've never seen you do noodles served, with, raw. Tuna, fish. And on, top the raw tuna you see this white stuff here this, is total mo which is a mountain. Yam the mountain yam is grated, and yes. It is supposed to be slimy the mountain yam itself is very slimy there's. A lot of our scallions, as well as a slivered, naughty and, right, on the side you get some wasabi here as well so I think with this one you have to pour some soy sauce over it so, I'm just gonna drizzle, on the. Soy sauce just one part just in case there's, a little bit of wasabi mix. It into the mountain, yam, get. A little bit of the tuna and we'll. Eat it all together with the noodles as well we'll check it out guys check, out the noodles. Wow. You. Know even, just picking it up you can you can feel, the the weight of the noodles aching kind, of like you. Can already see how bouncy it's, going to be right, there like give us. That's. Good. The, fish is super. Fresh and the, total amount in yam is supposed. To give you stamina so it's supposed to give you energy especially. A hot day like this so. All the ingredients here. Combine. To, make the perfect dish for hot summer time. Here, in Japan I don't know if you can tell but the. Texture. Is, very. Different, from like typical. Food only gap in. Tokyo, and I'm super, curious to try something she's won because his wife has, a sweet, uzuki, field mochi. Inside, that we don't I've never heard of that before but. Apparently that's, like a special. Team here in the kagawa prefecture look. At that these are sweetened, Azuki beans. Can. You believe you these are sweetened guys all. Right here we go. What. A revelation, I. Like. This a lot, it's. So unexpected. Initially. The, idea sounded. Too, bizarre for me I thought, this is weird, but. It actually works no mic I owe on. That soup I don't, know maybe it's the type of soup they use I don't know what it matches. This. Piece. Of mochi. With sueing, Azuki, bean paste chicken. Is a fish cake it, must, be very crispy. Did, you hear the sound. House. Akuto. This is, this. Tempura, batter, look. There, is a nori seaweed, inside. It, is nice ocean, flavor. This place was. Another, revelation. Work. We, have to get into the car and head to the next place I don't know how long I last how much we don't I can eat but I've. Been training for this man let's. Go, okay. Here we are yet. Again at another we, don't shop I can't believe this, is happening but, this is we. Don't Dennis he said is true so. This, place is located inside. A, shopping, mall once again the body camera much is shown is nice. Yeah. Oh by, the way all the names of the shop all the information, is in the description below. In case you guys are interested so, the. First thing we order at this Bhutan shop we did want to try their, local. Chicken and this. Is called, what is it called again when it's quito deponents, okey dokey so that's like bone-in. Chicken, local. Chicken like, commodity. Super. Flavorful, chicken I gotta say outside. We, picked, up super. Poppy I got, the Dutchie, blue, packet and this, is uh I, got, it really simple there, is so many windows today right so I just want something simple, who doesn't basically the udon noodles we got onions grated daikon radish, a little bit of ginger and to not cheat or yeah. Calamansi. Looking thing and I. Squeezed it over my noodles and. Voila here. We go mine is a special, special you're doing it because, it's. Like a choppa, salute. Encoded. Or even, deep old. Do you believe yeah you guys know why, as they actually brought all these trees here on an island, in this area so though I sold Ashima items I would love to go there one day I really, would they, are producing a label and, the, cows are eating the.

Only Bit, this, is duck meat I see, I see that's, why it's called olive, oil, it. Is like only that'll, be interesting and on, top it's. A. Good. Boy. It's soft boiled, egg and. What. Come is seaweed. Green. Onion all. Right so let's give it a try, so let's eat it together come on you. Can, eat but I'm gonna eat my food Oh noodles. That's. Super refreshing you. Know on this particular, place, I. Have. To say that these, noodles are not as, chewy as, some. Of the other places we had but. It's still very good though yeah. This. Beef, this meat, is. Really, good and. Playable. For people. It's simple, be able to shop shabu, too simple, but it's. Flavorful. All right let's change is. Really, refreshing, refreshing. I. Love once in perfect, on, a hot day like today because, it is super hot who cook it look at it we don't its, unless, that's, super, okay, maybe pick up and. Yours. It's a soup. -. Soup okay. Hold on I'm gonna have a piece of the olive, beef to see what it tastes like. Mmm. Oh my gosh so tender. Right. What the hell. This, is all soft but, this this, soon. As you live up it will slowly fleshy, and get right very suggestive, very refreshing it eats much it with this soup. Kakuzu. Hmm. You know what I really, like the, soup Stephen you do the broth they use for. That you don't noodles here in Nagoya it's very different from that soy sauce base that you're used to it Tokyo, you, know it's, a lot more subtle yep, it's, not like a weak taste or anything it's very very, full of flavors, I love noodles, of any kind, to be pleased with you I think you know my favorite has, to be like, either you don't or, ramen. It's, really difficult for me to choose how about you guys, what's, your favorite noodles soba, ramen. Food, on pasta. Let. Us know the comments down below. Good. Morning, everybody I had, a really, good three hours of sleep, we. Learn. Well. In, color, up to eat to, eat udon for breakfast, it's, quite, popular and and the one shop we are going to now is, open, 5 a.m., 5, a.m. well it's. Open, the same time we got up today. Alright, guys so day two begins, we, are at this place car IG show this place is located right across from. Takamatsu. Station. And they're, open from 5:00 a.m. it's incredible, because, like. Something she said people. Start, today is by eating laDawn. Of course some people eat toast but a, lot of you who don't for, breakfast as well so we. Both got the same thing today we got the. Boot. Cut kit done which, is one. Of the simplest forms of padam and this one comes with the. Slices. Of nori. Seaweed. Some. Cane caster which is a deep fried tempura batter some green onions, and as you can see there's some soup already poured onto it this is a cold, bowl. Of noodles and that, is fine because it, is very, hot. Again. Today and I. Also got a couple, of side dishes and all of these go for 100. Yen, this. Is a, mixture. Of shiitake. And maitake. Mushrooms. Tempura. And then, we got a obliga, which is, defined. Tofu. Pouches, and this is a simmered, in a sweet soy sauce okay, here, we go, which. I'm going to mix my now so. I get all the ingredients together. All. Right here, we go. That's, really good, why, is it so good here I don't understand why it we're doing is so good here, and so different from though again Tokyo the. Broth is so much more flavor than, what, you get in Tokyo, that's for sure I don't know what it is it's not, just soy sauce it's not just, simple.

- Yeah I read the noise I I taste some shiitake. I taste, fish. Maybe I don't know it's just a mixture of something very complex, they say let's. Take a bite of the tempura. The. Mushroom tempura. Hmm. Oh. Good. Deep-fried, food first. Thing in the morning actually. Really, good I'm, so crispy, you. Can tell that it's just, deep-fried. Right now I can't, believe I got so much food this morning, by. The way this is a small bowl, because. You got a lot to eat today you, can get a big bowl if you want, look. At how big this one is. Hmm. Oh my. God oh it. Has literally soaked, up all the sauce oh, my, god this is delicious. The chemos, brick, okay we don't yes. She kept, on that. I see that the soup is beautiful. A. Little, bit of sweet and, the. Tempura batter blended. Into the soup. It. Enhances, the money so, much in, this, seaweed. Never. Combined. Into, this stupid, and chewy. Chewy. Noodle. - you delude, oh oh wow. Beautiful. Combination. And this place is located next. Of a highway vast tunnel. Sorta. If you leave Takamatsu, early in the morning or arrived, early in the morning by bus it's, very good price so the, next place we're gonna go is kind of far cut, and so I'm gonna go by car yes and, yeah. We'll, see you guys at the next place. All. Right guys we're at the final, place on an ethic Moodle neuro tour the, shop name is akimichi, this, shop located in mahogany, city. Oh it's, studied name it is starting to rain well we should go inside, this, place has something um unique they. Have a curry, udon yes, but it's not your regular Japanese, style curry we don't lie it's Dave. Well. All I heard is it is very unique so let's, go inside and try, them out. Bezel. All. Right so our Google noodles has arrived. And I. Ordered the red curry, we don't at the normal, level spiciness. Which is a medium spicy so, mine is a black curry so, one down, one level down from the spiciest. One yes because the lady said, that she, really warns. Against, trying to spice this one because it's insanely. Spicy, that, you're probably done and we also got some, Oden, but I gotta again which is our tofu and this. Is with missile and here. This. Is actually a normal thing you'll find a lot of them but then right next to the hutong I took this, egg, good, missile. It good I'm, very curious what is it miso egg yeah well it looks like a deep fried egg a deep, fried boiled egg that's what it looks like to me alright, so first let's take a sip of the soup shall we, I got the same this, red one it's. Still spicy, I mean this is pretty. Spicy for me mine. Is I. Don't. Know why I can't taste the sweetness really, maybe. Because you know me the dashi and there's, us a chocolate, chocolate. Out yeah they, have coffee and chocolate inside, of yours. Sweet. Spicy. But same, time sweet. They're. A good noodle super-smooth, I swear. The. Noodles here the udon noodles in San Aki it's. Just so. Smooth it's so smooth and every. Shop has different. Different. New daughter yes there, are different noodles thickness, and.

Chewiness. And mine also has chicken, you got some carrots, on, there's a whole lot of vegetables, in here it's, almost like a soup. Mine is cattle. To beef and. Green. Onions, I love green, onions, I'm. Gonna have a piece of chicken you could eat on your own, oh that's. Nice, I'm gonna have a bite of the again. I got the grilled tofu with miso sauce and it. Looks lovely. Damn. We don't, mmm. You, know I don't, know why we don't have this combination in, Tokyo you know this, is quite normal and it actually goes well oh yeah, missile, egg I'm very curious what a miso egg is. Beautiful. A good. Egg, Yocum its money. Yes. Missa, missa. Missa missa missa yeah outside, butter because miso. Miso flavor yeah. All. Good things must come to it and here, we are at the end of this epic, you don't tasting video I gotta. Tell you it was a revelation, for me Satoshi I think, so too I really. Really enjoyed that we don't here it's completely different from what you get back in Tokyo every, noodle, was different. Yes yes, every, shop has different. Noodles. Type if, I'm to soup tastes. Like odd, yeah, and you know believe, me when I say you. Can come, here just to eat udon I really. Mean it I mean I would come back just, eat it we don't noodles that's how much I'm kind of obsessed with. Oodles here, in Kagawa. Did. You have a favorite oh. All. My. Favorite, I do have, one that stood out for me okay. It's the one that we don't with, the uncle, mochi, inside, that. One oh my, god I won't eat that again that, was a revelation, I never, knew that you, know something, like a sweet, uncle pace mochi, will go so well with a savory we, don't broth I want, to eat that again, I want. To eat that morning. Do don't do it oh oh, yeah. That one that. Was another good way and yeah really good temporary yeah yeah yeah well. Thank, you so much guys for watching we really hope you guys enjoyed this video we, want to remind you to go over to meet my Kagawa to check out our collaboration. Video you, don't want to miss that one because we really, worked hard on that one you're. Gonna see us go all over Kagawa, check out the popular spots as well as try out some iconic. Foods of Kagawa so go, over there right now, if you are new to this channel we would love it if you subscribe, thank. You for watching see you mix the food adventure.

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2019-09-22 08:25

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Oh!!! The anko mochi!!!!!!

Watching Satochi having total joy over the food choices makes this a win in my book. No complaining, nothing but pure joy with life and the food before him.... He is like a parent with a spoiled child on a trip... Thank you for the morning entertainment!

うどんはお家で簡単に食べれるのが魅力ですよね

I wanna visit Kagawa!

You guys should be declared by Japan as their food tourism ambassadors! You made Japan more amazing and interesting to us foreigners!

Love udon, wish I could travel and try legit one in Japan...your vids always make me hungry thanks for doing this guys! That giant potato looked like a meatball! Is it me, or did Shinichi look a little tired/out of it ? Hope you're okay Shinichi!

Wow this is probably my favorite video of yours, I'm definitely visiting these places next time I'm in Japan

Hi my friends

You guys are too cute!

Udon is a little too thick for me...I only kinda like it w/ curry

Satoshi you are just too cute

I'm so happy you guys made this video. There was this anime called Udon no Kuni no Kiniro Kemari and it took place in Kagawa and was partly about udon! Its awesome to see some of the locations in real life. Awesome video, I love you guys!

My favorite noodles are Chinese hand-pulled noodles

美味しそうー! 四国に行った事がないので香川に行く事自体羨ましいです。

How does it compare to something like TsuruTonTan? Love their Kitsune Udon.

Ramen and pasta

I love ramen and udon noodles. Udon are thick and chewy which I love

I watch this while eating my marugame and pretend its the best lmao

Amazing video! The udon looks delicious, you both describe the food so well you make me want to book a flight immediately!

Thank you for another insight of japanese food culture. All looks so delicious to me,want to try everything!

I love udon so much.

You ordered bukkake? dafuq!??!

Well, I like every kind of noodle. My father was stationed in Okinawa when I was a toddler, so I learned to love soba noodles then, and that has stayed with me. I have had a recent love affair with ramen, particularly the Samyang from Korea. Wonderfully chewy. Udon is less familiar, but I am trying different things with it, and it is very satisfying to chew. As for pasta, it's all good, but I like ravioli because that makes it a dumpling.

Holy crap! The foods in the intro!

That’s udon heaven! Sign me up for the yamakake one with maguro. I want the mushroom tempura too! I can’t pick between all those types of noodles. They’re wonderful in my book. Thanks for this wonderful video!

I love ramen but am starting to appreciate udon too. Red bean mochi in udon broth?! Mind blowing combo!

Hi Satoshi and Shinichi, You guys are so watchable, lovable, and informative! Just discovered you guys a couple of weeks ago and have been hooked since. I am of Japanese origin, was born and raised in Hawaii, and have been living in Paris for the last 30 years. Thanks for taking me back home through your videos and for making me discover the land of my ancestors! You guys also make me so ono for grinds so now I need to go out for some udon near the Opéra in Paris!

You guys are dressed like American tourists in Hawaii.:-)

I like anko and mochi and I often have the regular mochi in my udon soup bu I'm not sure that I'll like anko in my mochi in my udon soup but that is something I would try. I would skip the one with tororo. I have learned to eat udon in Tokyo and now you say it I do make a more soy sauce based soup. Never thought about the regionallity of making dishes that way hahaha Recently I have tried it with a dipping style home made curry. That was great as well, but mostly I eat udon in soup tanuki or kitsune style at home. I think udon is pobably my favourite noodles in general (but in summer hiyashi chuka and somen steal the top place :D)

So many kinds of udon. I love udon. Both look so happy when you eating noodles☺. The nature in Kagawa is beautiful. Thank you for sharing

四国だ〜〜〜^_^ 香川はうどん県でしょ?全部は美味しそうなんだよね〜またあそこに行きたいなぁ

My favorite noodles are Okinawa Soba!

The bite of mushroom tempura at 17:33 was the winning sound! All of it looks amazing but I never thought of making a mixed mushroom tempura like that! Wonderful video as always.

Guys, that was an epic udon tour indeed! Kagawa is on my map upon my return to your beautiful country!

Looking around on the internet, it sounds like the dashi might be different there because iriko dashi is preferred at the udon shops.

Satoshi is becoming *much* more descriptive with his explanation of dishes/sauces/additions. This made the video extremely positive!

Another awesome video! I got my Tabi Eats phone case just in time for my trip to Japan

Thank you for being such a pleasure to watch. Even bad days are made better by watching you. I could eat zaru soba every day. Ramen is delicious. Haven't tried udon yet. I will eventually, though I'm not a fan of thick noodles.

Free? omg~ When I went to Japan, I ate cold soba at the international airport. *yum*

You can get Kagawa style udon in Tokyo. I go to Kagawa Ippuku in Kanda to get my udon fix.

I really love noodles made from red lentils. they have an interesting flavor. You need to try if you haven't already

香川県は餡入り餅のお雑煮があるくらいですからねぇ。 塩餡なら好きなんだけど普通の甘いあんこは苦手←辛党なので きっとお出汁との相性が良いから出来ることなんでしょうね、東京と違って。 私はお魚が別腹になるくらい大好きなので、マグロの山かけうどんを食べてみたい

Relationship goals!! Food looks so good.

I totally want the mochi udooonn

Two questions: 1) I notice that you eat a lot of tofu in Japan though you're not vegan. In USA we use tofu mostly as a meat substitute. Do you actually like tofu instead of meat sometimes or do you eat it more for health reasons? Or is it not at all considered a substitute for anything? And 2) as men do you ever tire of the super cutsie cartoonish animal and food logos everywhere? I'm female but I think I would get bored of seeing smiling loaves of bread or kittens on everything. Love the channel guys! Keep it up!!

@Tamara yes, I would be incredibly interested in such a video and I imagine many other people would enjoy it as well. So far my experience with tofu has been nasty ... I want to change that.

@Teri Rushka The tofu in Japan is very different from the tofu in Europe or North America is my experience. The regular tofu I can buy in my local supermarket sucks! It's just disgusting. But the Japanese tofu has a complete different texture and taste so perhaps you like that even if you do not like the tofu in the US. And it is always eaten with seasoning not plain. There are so many ways to prepare it, some I like some I don't. @TabiEats you did a video with what to make with a special Japanese food like the nori no tsukudani in a jar. Could you perhaps make a video like that with simple tofu dishes and about the different kinds of tofu there are in Japan?

@Tamara awesome, thanks for the info. I guess I had assumed as much as for the tofu ... it's just that I've tried it many many times here in the US and I just do not like it, and I've wondered why someone would eat it over meat if not vegan. I've heard it's a lot different in other parts of the world though. Your answer helped a lot, thanks! As for the kawaii style logos/embellishments ... hmmm ... not so sure I could get used to that as an adult, but i also find it comforting, even invigorating, to know culture can still be so heavily influenced by the young. I've traveled to many countries and continents but never to Japan. It's very high on my bucket list.

In Buddhist vegetarian cuisine it is used as a substitute (and of course in vegetarian cuisine as well) but in daily life it's just part of the food culture for most people and eat tofu and meat or fish side by side. The amount of meat consumed per meal is often much less then in for example North America or Europe; in a recipe for two perhaps 150 to 200 grams meat will be used and as tofu can be added sometimes less even. So perhaps it is used as an alternative protein source but in a different way/approach then vegetarians use it I think. Personally I didn't notice the cute kawaii cartoons everywhere after a while living in Japan. Since literally everyone uses them (even the police have a character called pippo-kun if II remember correctly) they become part of daily life and you'll notice them less. I heard the same from friends that live or have lived in Japan.

Udon I love over ramen ....

So relaxing to watch you guys travel to these interesting Japanese sights and eat unique food.

I do not know how you two managed to eat so much udon! And you've been getting around a lot as well. Hope you are enjoying yourselves because as a big fan, I'm loving it!

20:36 Looks so good

Stop saying " Super" as a prefix to everything.....

あんこ餅の入ったうどん‼食べてみたいです

Excellent video! Great filming , commentary, and editing! You did an excellent job of finding places with delicious and reasonably priced food! I love ramen, soba, and udon equally, it’s too hard to choose a favorite type of noodle

Udon!!!

udon fav for sure.

Please try some Udon from Fukuoka. They got some see through noodle with gigantic Gobo-ten!! 豊前うどん!

I love udon most of all! Thanks guys

蕎麦。うどんは何回も作ってるけど、蕎麦は難しく50%良く出来ない

I don't like udon noodles. I find them too thick. I prefer ramen noodles. Spaghetti is too thick for me too. I prefer spaghettini or even better, capelini!

Every time i see an Tabieats video i get hungry . But nothitg can fix this than real japaneze food. So , i'm hungry all the time . Next year i hope to visite Japan in Sakura seson .

Something I really don’t understand is why restaurants warn AGAINST trying the hottest dish they make. Why on earth offer it in the first place?

That udon noodle soup looks very tasty

I noticed you are trying out some new video editing techniques! They look good! YAY!

I just love u guys! Aloha from the USA my loves! My fav YouTube couple

Udon absolutely my top favorite noodle! Soba and ramen are good too but udon will win everytime lol

This video is great! Love it! Great descriptions, close ups, information, and personalities! It was like going on vacation with friends. That mochi with red bean in udon sounds like so much fun! That tempura fish cake crunch and Satoshi's face!

OH! Potato tempura! I've never seen it before and want some right now--lol. You're in udon heaven today and your enthusiasm is infectious! I've learned so much, smiled so much, and gotten VERY hungry. Haha! Thanks for all of it.

This is nicely edited.

Lol i just made miso egg ramen cos i only had instant miso, tempura batter, two ajitama eggs, sesame oil and green onion in my cupboard and that was b4 i started watchn this

Noodle binge!!!!!! Something I would do always. I do like ramen A LOT. So Ramen first for me. I should eat more udon and see if it would overthrow my 1st choice.

Udon is one of my favorite noodle dishes.

That music is creepy

My favorite noodles #1 My Nana’s hand made Bucatini #2cold Japanese Buckwheat noodles, #3Ricotta or Potato gnocchi yum now I’m starving watching this post & thinking of my favorite noodles

Oooh I just ate. I’m hungry again. Lovely video

Subtitles be like: "Hi what's up everybody I'm sNeAkY and I'm sAsSy"

I really want to try that Udon with the sweet bean mochi. My favorite kind of noodle is Udon, so I have to visit all those restaurants. I also like the other kinds of noodles but Udon is the best for me.

I want to come to Japan and try all these yummy foods ! I’ll have to come for months !LOL

Awesome video!!

Would be great if you add some Japanese language within your videos.

I'm drooling!

I WOULD BE IN MY GLORY!!!!!!!

Mmm I love udon noodle. Also somen,Okinawa soba.

So nice to see all the varieties of udon noodles. They all looked great. Ill have to try out the different toppings. Thanks guys you're always a joy to watch.

Great udon crawl. Thank you for taking us along. Wish I could taste :)

All those noodles looked so good!

I love the enthusiasm of these videos. They aren't experts telling me what is "good". Instead they're just having fun and enjoying things as they come!

i want to try all of these!

Please adopt me and take me on your food trips.

I loooove udon and somen noodles, both are my top favorite choices.

When I lived in Tokushima I would go to Takamatsu for 2 things..Ritsurin Gardens and UDON!! this video makes me want to move back down there!!

Thank you for the terrific video! I could tell that the anko mochi udon bowl turned your head! We could see it on your face! So much deliciousness! Thank you, lads.

You gentlemen are so happy in this video today.I like that I learned some interesting things about udon .Enjoy all your channels and the content. 2 thumbs up for you guys.

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I love Udon noodles they are my favorite!

kitsune udon is my most favourite

Guys, you really have to put a warning before the video 'Watch it only before bedtime' The udon dishes looked so yummy, now I have to visit the kitchen...and it is 11pm here :D

I LOVE udon! Can you guys do a udon video in Tokyo?

Wow. So many different kinds of Udon soups! I wish I could have done now! Oishiisou!

Love it! So is the miso flavour of miso egg from the outside batter only?

Love your Videos guys.♥️

It looks like the stickiness of the mountain yam helps to pick up the slivered Nori

WOOO what a great tour! Love it :) Thanks for filling up your bellies for our amusement

Thank you for the wonderful video, guys! I'm definitely adding Kagawa to my must-visit list. Also, udon noodles are by far my favourite type of noodles! This video made me really hungry, haha

guys, you need to travel more! Shikoku is a big place, I hope there is more coming up

Watching you both makes me want to visit wherever you go. I am going to do the Yokokawa adventure during my visit to Japan!

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