Rachel: Hello… w̝̬̲͚̪õ̝͖̟̅͌͂ͯͥͬṙ̙͙̻͎̝͍̔ͫ̉̇͜l͇͈̎̑̌͡ͅd͙̣̂ͪ͗̓̋̾ͦ Jun: Are we crossing? Rachel: Oh, yes, sorry. Sorry! Rachel: I did not realize that I was holding us…
oh no Rachel: We can still go. Whoopsies! Sonnie: It’s still a green light! It’s okay! Rachel: I thought everyone was just
standing there… not crossing Rachel: Umm okay… well Rachel: We’re at Gokoku shrine for the Mitama (Obon spirit) festival. The lantern festival. To see lanterns. I’m also using our brand new mic I don’t know if you can hear any sound at all right now. Sonnie: I was gonna say, you’re behind it
so probably not that well. Rachel: Umm okay. Hello… world We’re also testing, again, the mic…
from this direction. Here’s Sonnie.
Sonnie: HI And Joe and Jun And we are walking to the aforementioned
lantern festival where we’re immediately going to the food
stalls because we’re very hungry. Or at least I am. Sonnie: And Jun. Jun said he was hungry. Rachel: And Joe. So… Sonnie it’s just up to you whether you want
food or not. The closer we get, the hotter it’s getting. I can’t tell if it’s because the wind stopped or we’re walking too much or all of these stalls… and people are producing
a lot of heat. Sonnie: Oh, look at the cotton candy! Rachel (demon voice): OH MA GOD I LOVE COTT- You know what? Japanese cotton candy
is not as good. Sonnie: Really? Rachel: Yeah, it’s… it’s not as fluffy, It was more grainy? Last time I tried… maybe I just had
bad cotton candy. Sonnie: DUCKS ON THE TRAIN!
Rachel: You can shoot ducks?! Rachel: Oh… not real ducks Joe: I’m surprised they allow guns here. Rachel: That’s adorable. Rachel: SHOOT SOME DUCKS, JOE
Joe: Yeah? Rachel: DO IT
Joe: Maybe. How much? Joe: ¥300? Rachel: ¥300 for 5 shots Rachel: But look at those ducks just sitting up there
Joe: I know! Rachel: arrogantly riding around in circles.
Joe: They are ready to get shot. Let’s do it. Joe: Okay.
Worker: Have you ever tried this game? Joe: No.
Worker: No? Okay. Worker: He said it’s his first time.
Worker: Your first time! Worker: How to use the game.
Joe: Okay. Worker: First, down. Put this in this. Tight is better. Joe: Okay. Worker: This is eye sight.
Joe: Yep. Worker: You shoot anything there, you got it. Joe: Anything?
Worker: Yeah, anything. Joe: So shoot anything, I get what I shoot. Sonnie: Oh, really?
Rachel: GET THE DUCKS Joe: Get the ducks?
Rachel: THERE’S A DINOSAUR HOLDING A DUCK Worker: You got pear, first prize.
Joe: All right. Joe: Aww… I hit the duck. Where am I hitting? Am I hitting too low? Rachel: I think you hit to the right and slightly below the dinosaur Joe: Sonnie, for real what should I hit? Sonnie: Are you gonna aim for the ducks or no? Joe: Yes, now that I know where it’s sighted. Joe: So it’s sighted to the right.
Sonnie: Okay. Sonnie: So what about the chocolate pandas?
‘Cuz those are delicious. Oh, there’s one right there, too. Sonnie: Oh, you got it!
Joe: *groans* Worker: What you want? Joe: Ah, it’s okay. Worker: You should shoot the outside. Outside.
Joe: Okay. Rachel: Shoot harder, Joe. Joe: All right. I’m going for the pear. Sonnie: Yeah? Joe: Ahhh I missed. Joe: Thank you!
Worker: Sure thing! Joe: Okay, YUSS. Candy! Yay! Sonnie: Ew, it’s white people. Rachel: Ew
Sonnie: Ew Scott: Yeah, I know it is ew Jesse: Oh, hey. Hey! How’s it going! Rachel: I’m making a vlog, is it okay? Jesse: Yeah, go for it! Go for it. Rachel: This is Jesse, our friend Jesse. Jesse: You guys just arrived? Rachel: Uh, yeah and I’m already sweating. Jesse: Mmm, yeah it’s very hot. Rachel: Hey Scott!
Scott: Hey. Rachel: I’m filming a vlog, is it okay? I can not have you in it if- Scott: I don’t think you want me in
it anyway, this face. Joe: Hey! What’s going on, man
Jesse: Sup, how are you [More bro greetings
and undecipherable conversation] Jesse: Yeah, it’s hot, man. It’s hot. Joe: The first thing I did when I entered was
shoot some ducks. Rachel: Um, okay– I wanna look for different food-
Sonnie: Okay! Rachel: -but I mean if you want kebabs you can-
Joe: Let’s go! Rachel: OK Worker: Thank you. Rachel: Sonnie has decided on real fruit shaved ice. Worker: This one is pineapple kiwi,
and this one is lemon. Sonnie: Lemon?
Worker: Yes, and strawberry with condensed milk. Sonnie: One of the pineapple kiwi.
Worker: Okay! Worker: ¥400.
And here’s your change. Sonnie: I thought because of the color
that one was going to be the lemon. Joe: Do you want the condensed milk or no? Sonnie: No. Joe: Excuse me, we don’t need “tou”
(soy–meant “ren”, condensed) milk. Worker: Okay.
Sonnie: I think that’s only with the strawberry one. Rachel: Pineapple kiwi… Sonnie: It just sounds really refreshing to me. Everyone: Thank you Rachel: I’m not used to seeing shaved ice
with actual fruit. Sonnie: That’s the only type
I always aim for, personally. Itadakimasu. MMMMMM Oh my god, you gotta try this. This is so good. Joe: Yep. That’s good. Sonnie: Here. You gotta try it, too. Rachel: Okay, feed me, too. Rachel: Wow!
Sonnie: Right? Rachel: That’s REALLY good! Sonnie: The real fruit one’s the only way to go, seriously. Rachel: Holy heck that’s amazing. Sonnie: I’ve had ones with real bananas, real peach,
real grapes… They’re all so good. Rachel: I’ve never had that before. It was great. Sonnie: Am I on camera right now? Rachel: Yes. Sonnie: It looked like it was pointing that way so I
was like I’m good, I can keep jamming right here. Rachel: You can keep jamming.
Jam whenever you want. I decided on the Japanese cubano. Sabineko’s cubano roast beef sandwich. We’ll see how it goes. I’m getting the… it’s got Mojo roast pork, roast beef,
pickles, and cheese. Oh, and mustard. They’re so high up. Thank you. Sonnie: We can sit right here on the-
Rachel: Oh, yeah. Rachel: Omg you can’t see a single
thing on this camera, it’s so dark. You guys aren’t going to be able to see
my sandwich. There we go. Not bad. Sonnie left because she wants to pet the dog. Omg look at his tail. Oh my god look at his tail.
AH I can’t see him anymore! Oh lookit the happy puppy Sonnie: His name is Oma and he’s 5 years old
and I love him so much. Rachel: He looks so old!
He looks like an oldboye. Sonnie: He’s a biiiig boy. Rachel: Even at a festival everyone is separating
their trash. Sonnie: Oh my god
Rachel: This is huge! It’s huge! Rachel: Hi Micaela!
Micaela: Hiii Joe: Yeah, where’s Jun? Scott: You guys lost Jun?
Rachel: Oh no, where’s my husband? Scott: He’s the biggest one of you. Rachel: We’ll find him eventually. I know Japanese yukata are supposed to be
light and airy for the summer but it still just feels really oppressive. Because it’s a lot of folded fabric and then you have the obi
tight around your stomach pushing everything into your stomach sweat. Which I don’t know about you guys,
but that’s like the first place I start sweating. Sonnie: My boobs.
Rachel: Yeah, under my boobs. In between, under, under my lips. Sonnie: I’m very grateful I don’t get the thighs,
or like that area sweat. Rachel: omg
Sonnie: It’s all boobs and head. Rachel: No, the entire summer in Japan,
anywhere I go to sit down I leave my thigh imprint in sweat. And I don’t want it any more than anyone else does. Joe: If you guys wanna go take pictures
I’ll go find Jun. Rachel: Sure. I mean we can just wander around.
I’m sure we’ll find each other eventually. So apparently Jun is missing. We found our other group of people
but they didn’t know where Jun was, either. So Jun is not with anyone, and Jun has my phone
so I can’t call him. Poor Jun. Poor Jun, just wandering around alone. Jun-san! Where’s muh husband? I found him! Hi husband.
Jun: Hi. Rachel: I was looking for you.
Jun: Thanks. Rachel: I missed you. Jun: Hmm?
Rachel: I missed you. Let’s go look at lanterns. Jun: Thanks. Yeah. Rachel: Let’s go let’s go
Jun: Uhhh I just tweeted it. Jun: So I actually found this food truck that replicates the cuban
sandwich from the movie Chef. And it was pretty good. Rachel: I had one of the cuban sandwiches, too. Micaela said there are like four trucks
all doing the cuban sandwich. Jun: This one’s the first one I tried so far. They’re actually I think parents,
and he has a son. You can’t see but he was in the driving room Driving part of the bus-
Rachel: Uh-huh. Jun: But unlike the boy from the movie
his son was just playing games I think. Rachel: Yeah? Jun: But yeah, they’re really happy.
I was happy, too. Rachel: Huh.
Jun: Yeah, it was pretty good. Rachel: I didn’t watch Chef so
I don’t know anything about it. Jun: I think you’ll like it.
Rachel: Mmhmm Jun: It was good.
Rachel: Yeah? Ok. Jun: Let’s go.
Rachel: Let’s go! Rachel: I found him! Micaela: I know! Are you just going to leave
so we keep looking for him? How was the sandwich? Jun: That was pretty good. I mean that was
like the first one I tried, so. Micaela: Yeah.
Jun: It was good. I liked how crunchy it was on the outside. Jesse: How was your sandwich? Jun: It was good. Rachel: Sonnie and Joe are like
just down there taking photos. Jun: Ahhh Rachel I’m just casually talking to Micaela!
I’m so happy we moved to Fukuoka. Micaela: This is your first summer here.
Jun: Yeah. Jun: It seems like Fukuoka doesn’t really get
affected by typhoons? Micaela: No no no, they never come. Rachel: Jun used to watch Micaela’s videos
to study English. She was one of the first
foreign vloggers here in Japan. Yeah, yeah! She was the biggest
for a really long time. Back in the day. Micaela: I told Jesse, too. There’s gonna be a typhoon.
I’m gonna buy all these groceries. And like, don’t go outside. And he was like “I went to the gym.” And I was like “In the typhoon?” And he was like “Yeah.” And I’m like “You’re not supposed to”
And he was like “It’s fine” Rachel: It’s basically like…
I feel like so far the typhoons have basically been the rain constantly shifting direction when
you’re outside. Micaela: Yeah, yeah, yeah. Rachel: The only difference is you don’t know
which was to hold your umbrella because it changes every two seconds. Jun: Well that’s great news. Jun: We don’t really have to
worry about typhoons. Micaela: Well, I’m pretty sure it’s going to hit
one day and we’re all going to be like- (Jesse asked about Sigma)
Rachel: Oh yeah! I actually really like him. Jesse: Yeah, I watched all these gameplay videos And now I want to boot up Overwatch. Rachel: YES. Do it, do it!
I got Joe into it hardcore. He like- -it’s a little scary, but I really wanna
get a gold weapon- -there’s no cooldown, it’s just- -2-2-2 role lock in now- -competitive seasons now and my rank
has been exactly the same- -I feel like I’m pretty good with her,
but apparently not- -specific role, either healer, tank, or- -like 3 Torbjörns and 2 Orisas- -was hoping the 2-2-2 would make it so that- -recover for a little bit if you need to,
but he was really- -1 healer and 4 dps- -I mean I still play Mystery Heroes
most of the time- -playing him, I mean he should be fine but- -running in and dying to fire immediately
and I’m like WHAT ARE YOU- -just like every team I’m on is like
Zarya and the hamster ball and I’m like HOW ARE WE-
THIS ISN’T HELPING. THEY’VE GOT TWO SHILEDS- -Overwatch, we’re trying to get Jesse back in.
Joe: Yes. -different competitive rank for dps, healer, and- -exactly the same as it always is, except tank- We’ve been sitting up here for half an hour
or 45 minutes trying to figure out plans for the beach. And we have not gotten anywhere. So… Look at the cute little… Ah! Oh god. I was looking in real life
and not the camera. The little inoshishi boar. I think that’s a boar. I don’t know. I don’t know anything anymore. Jun made reservations and then canceled them
within 20 minutes. Sonnie: Should we get a shaved ice to go? Rachel: Jun’s gonna get ice cream. I wanna get fries now. Joe: Just, don’t grab the cone–grab the pole. And then take it out. Rachel: Power move. Sonnie: Just grab the ice cream in your hand. Jun: I’ll get less ice cream then… Rachel: No facial expression.
Just stare him in the eye. Sonnie: And then take a bite.
Stare him down. Jun: I actually don’t want less ice cream
so I’ll just let him do it. Worker: So it doesn’t fall… Jun: Thanks! Jun: Wow, it’s really good. I love the texture.
Rachel: It’s like chewy. Rachel: It is really good. Worker: So it doesn’t fall… Sonnie: Thank you. Rachel: Sonnie, you watched him do it
like TEN TIMES. Sonnie: I know! But when it happens in front
of you it really feels like- Like it doesn’t- I swear, it was instinct! I felt stupid as soon as I did it. Rachel: That’s okay, it’s okay. Okay. Oh look! They’re so cute! Okay. We did it. We made it. We survived the festival. I’m gonna put my camera away so
I can eat my french fries. Khione! Hi! So we made it back to Sonnie and Joe’s apartment. But we are all tired,
and we will probably have a long day at the beach tomorrow,
so we’re all going home. Goodbye, Khione!
Sonnie: I’ll see you guys tomorrow! Rachel: Goodbye!
Jun: See you tomorrow.
Joe: See you!