I’ve been wanting to interview Japanese snack makers and shokunin (craftsmen) for a long time and it’s finally happening! Thanks to Sakuraco, I was able to get special permission to film Sawahara Factory, a Japanese candy maker. Experience traditional Japanese snacks like these and get your Sakuraco box through this link: https://team.sakura.co/junskitchen-SC2304 and use special code “HANAMI ” and get extra bonus items in your Sakuraco box every month”????
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Sawahara Candy Factory (飴匠さわはら): https://www.kyoame.co.jp/
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I've been wanting to interview Japanese snack makers and shokunin (craftsmen) for a long time and it's finally happening! Thanks to Sakuraco, I was able to get special permission to film Sawahara Factory, a Japanese candy maker. Experience traditional Japanese snacks like these and get your Sakuraco box through this link: https://team.sakura.co/junskitchen-SC2304 and use special code "HANAMI '' and get extra bonus items in your Sakuraco box every month”???? For those of you who support this channel on my Patreon, this video is not charged and thank you so much for your support!!
Is Poki ok? I see he has some blood drawn/i.v mark on his pawn.
I love Sakuraco over other snack boxes because of the care and detail they put into making it. Unlike other boxes you get to see where it was made, know the ingredients, and how it tastes from the booklet that comes with it. There is a lot of care into making it making me appreciate the snacks within the box. Thank you for making these videos! I really enjoy them! :3
jun: make sure u dont eat my entire finger.
poki: hoomin ai iz do what ai iz want.
Excuse me, who is smart person in Japan that thought of telling the passengers which door opens on the train, and why don’t we have that everywhere else?!?!?!
Japan is amazing.
Oh poor Poki nose ????
Another great informative video!
Listening to Sawahara talk about his dad and how he started it all made me tear up. It was nothing profound but just looking at his eyes I could sense the love he had for his father. If I ever have kids one day, I hope I bring them the same sense of love.
I am gaining weight just from watching this vid 🙂 Interesting to see how the candy is made. However, I am really impressed by the woman at the beginning, convincing officials to not remove the last beautiful things from the the station area by volunteering to take care of their maintenance.
that intro made me so emotional, they're such beautiful trees i can see why she wanted to keep them. though a part of me wishes that one day someone could take some cuttings and keep the legacy of the tree going onwards lol. the huge weeping cherry tree that's outside where i am only had 5 blooms, we had a sudden shock of cold over the winter and the wind chill got to nearly -40. i know i'm only a minute and a half into the video but i just had to pause on that intro for a bit, so thankful you showed us that wonderfully pleasant interaction. i just love the plants i care for so much, so i just found that part really touching to hear.
also i can vouch for loving what sakuraco puts into their boxes, it's all so good, and fun to discover. i really loved this whole episode
Iits a shame to see the promotion of this video is for a scam company with a bad reputation. Sakuraco/TokyoTreat are not a good company. They have many many complaints for not sending customers their boxes, or delivering very very late. Their customer service is really bad also, they just dont care. So its a shame to see such a poor company advertised on your channel.
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