When it comes to KitKat, Japan has come up with every possible flavors you can imagine. Chris introduces Sushi KitKats of all flavors. This extremely limited edition is sold at KitKat Chocotory for only 12 days and people wait in line for hours and spend $30 before they are eligible to get one.
Yoshinoya is one of the most ubiquitous fast food beef bowl restaurants in Japan, but that's not the restaurant John is showing us today. After working late, the video host drops in to Matsuya at midnight, a fierce competitor of Yoshinoya. The beef bowl eatery has a good selection of topping which made John a repeat customer.
The video host stops in Okayama as part of his cycling tour across Japan. The tuber's assignment for the day is to be a vegan. McDonald's which is in front of where he is standing is definitely out of the question. Moving on in his pursuit of food vegan can eat, the host's first stop is a cafe where he can try fresh local peaches.
The video host decides to visit Himeji castle, one of UNESCO world heritage sites not because of its historical importance, but because it was filmed in one of old James Bond movie, You Only Live Twice in 1967. The tuber being from UK, he had to check it out.
Miyoshi Agritech Co. developed its own brand of strawberry that is so unique it became one of the most sought-after gift item. What is different about this strawberry is its color. The brand strawberry is white instead of red that people expect and it costs $10 and that is for just one strawberry. Grown in a strictly-temperature controlled greenhouse, the white fruit takes longer to grow than red strawberries and it has higher sugar content because of its longer growth period.