What do Japanese people think of British snacks? After recently being sent some snacks from back home I took them to my good friend Natsuki, an eccentric Japanese guy with outstanding hair, to get his opinion. I meet weekly with Natsuki and his awesome wife Asami and together we learn about English, Japanese, Britain and Japan. I feel very lucky to have met them, particularly as I haven't found many Japanese people who appreciate music from outside Japan (other than the Beatles) and yet, Natsuki is obsessed with British and American rock music to the point he knows a heck of a lot more bands than I do! For regular ARTICLES, VIDEOS, STORIES, TWEETS and PHOTOS on everyday life in Japan, subscribe to Twitter and Facebook! TWITTER (new!): https://twitter.com/AbroadInJapan FACEBOOK (also new!): https://www.facebook.com/abroadinjapan If you enjoyed this video please LIKE and SUBSCRIBE and enjoy more videos here! http://www.youtube.com/cmbroad44 And why not check out AbroadinJapan.com for articles as well, including how to fail in a Tokyo Nightclub: http://www.abroadinjapan.com/
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