Japanese Breakfast with ONLY Convenience Store Food Items!


hello hello hey world how’s it going oh
my god this is the last of our convenience store food videos yeah it’s
actually our last day in Japan where did the time go fifteen days while yeah
that we thought for a last view we would show you breakfast because you already
had lunch and dinner at three different convenience stores and they actually
have a lot of unique breakfast food items so today sure do you can get you
can get a breakfast here in Japan from 7-eleven you can get any like savory
items you can get sweet items you can get warm items cold you get your coffees
your iced coffees your I think this is like a watery liquid yogurt
there’s a lot going on so yeah we’ve got a few things that I do recognize like a
little burrito some hashbrowns and egg muffin yeah and we also found some weird
stuff like this sandwich it’s like hot dog bun open this free it’s basically
yeah with hot dog bun and there’s like butter but here’s red bean paste that
means that there’s a multicolored muffin multicolored chocolate vanilla muffin
yeah some yogurt what is that cafe latte it’s a it’s basically an iced coffee
it has some flowers and maybe caramel yeah it does have caramel for sure and
this looks like it’s like a milky color like yellow milky yeah I picked this one
up for us it has very low cal there’s only 17 calories for 500 milliliters it
has a picture pineapple orange apple so we’ll see what that’s all about
yeah let’s do go on in they going in I’m gonna stir it with the egg mix 7-eleven
big muffin from 7-eleven so yeah we microwave this
and yeah it’s basically like cheese a slice of ham okay
oh man maybe Mayo I’m gonna try my house Brown I’ll stop by sometime similar to what
you began like a McDonald’s only for my house this isn’t bad either let you try
this one mm-hmm sure let’s try this house this one
that’s good yeah the convenience stores here in
Japan have microwaves so they heat up the food for you if it’s a hot item
mm-hmm that’s good a nice slice of ham in it pretty thick yeah the COO that
McDonald’s this however try this breakfast burrito this tastes a little
bit like a dry almost cardboard ewwww I feel like this could have been in the
the hot oven maybe since last night we’re like really early this morning
been in there for a while let me try this one is the breakfast burrito it’s
got cheese and ham I like it there’s some big chunks of ham pepper yeah I
mean surprisingly good I’m impressed with her with the warm items at yeah so
far the breeder or the breakfast sandwich Ashford has just been in the
was in the with in the grill for probably a little too long I’m still
gonna eat it but it’s not an amazing oh my gosh it’s so sweet it’s almost like
having a milkshake coffee does it taste like caramel or sunflower
yeah apparently try it out next I’m enjoying this breakfast burrito let’s
see what this is all about sandwich I don’t like it pulling it burrito wow
that has lots of caramel life-changing you know I’ve been drinking a lot of
these like I first discovered them probably in Tokyo yeah whenever I go
into convenience store in the morning and I’m craving something sweet and to
give me some energy out of these another thing is I have a very good reaction to
coffee and then I’m just like a really jittery and a big baby all day so I
enjoy it while I’m drinking it and then a few hours later I start feeling the
effects just like why did I do that so today I’m Elina have a sit because
yesterday I had one and then I was like I love my car so I’ll gladly accept this
yeah so next I’m gonna try the yogurt I wonder if it’s like blueberry yogurt or
milk flavored like blueberry that’s a bit of a mystery to me now well you know
when you can see that you can’t even open the straw hmm yes we’re both at
that level oh it’s one of those ones you poke in as well
yeah and I want to show you guys the straws here in Japan they’re kind of
like collapsible yeah Bob seems stronger that so you just pull it and then you
have a longer straw and then BOOM bullseye let’s see what this is all
about I have a feeling it’s gonna be milk
no that’s yogurt that’s thick it’s not chunks of blueberry in there a real
blueberry there yeah that’s lost like big chunks of like blue
blueberry in there that’s the best part it’s just pretty good for a breakfast
thing yeah a lot of these items were trying for the first time so yeah Wow
so why don’t you show this one I love opening these yeah what is it so this is
called Oneg eating and it’s a rice triangle wrapped in seaweed and you can
get it with different fillings this one salmon wasabi and mayo and yeah we were
sold at 7 yeah Bobby it is like little numbers on
top I don’t know if you can see but there’s 1 2 3 so if you want to open it
properly first you pull the number one top straight down yeah then you pull off
two then you pull off three sort of it’s just basically it’s it’s rice with a
filling inside yeah but then you have the nori the seaweed dried wrapper and I
feel like I mentioned this in another food video we filmed but basically this
wrapping inside like it separates the seaweed from the rice so that the
seaweed doesn’t get all soggy yeah um so yeah
the seaweed only touches the rice once you remove the wrapper which i think is
pretty genius that’s good I think it’s canned salmon oh yeah it’s not like yeah
it’s not like it looks a lot like tuna but I’ve been one pink I do really like
this is like this is a really reliable kind of snack that you can add to any
meal you can have this for breakfast lunch dinner good however that’s not
coming home from work here a little bit peckish oh I’m feeling it are you yeah I
can’t sting out there’s a little kick it’s it’s subtle it’s subtle the whole
with nobody been ready to the bullseye area then they finished it yeah we think
I’m good I’m getting any wasabi yeah this is probably the most Japanese item
out of everything we’ve chosen except for that hot dog bun with beans
that’s pretty hilarious yeah I think we have to try there’s no thought I’m you
know a little first thirsty first I’m getting a little thirsty try
this one does have a milky it smells pretty
does it taste milky is the question I feel like I have you made all the brown
yeah whoops I thought you said you didn’t really like I know what I said I
was gonna eat it anyway snooze you lose no it works with us
that’s strange huh let me know how to describe that really well it’s almost
like chalky hmm it’s like a fruity juice does chalky and like that creaminess
tastes chalky whatever that is gonna taste like the flavor of a juice you get
from the bottom of like it’s like Tin Tin key for kids let’s move on to this
we need to try this let’s just break it in half and Emma both they’re gonna bite
in I know I’m gonna like this I I love red means Oh mmm mm-hmm
I mean to be honest I would prefer to have red beans in like a mochi ball or
in some other form of an ice cream pastry a croissant but this works
I don’t like it oh I just think it’s like really
cheap bread like a super cheese hot dog bun
well this one was one of the probably the cheapest items we had go that butter
I don’t even think it’s butter I think it’s margarine mmm it doesn’t taste okay
go well you did all and we also have this
muffin from the baked goods section mm-hmm good huh okay oh it has chocolate
chunks oh um try to bite it chocolate chip in there but again I don’t love it
no it’s a little dry I find the other something off about the texture well
it’s just a taste process it’s not yeah the thing is I’m used to my mom baking
muffins I’m used to fresh-baked muffins so yeah
every give me like something that’s been sitting on the shelf
for five days it’s just not the same it’s all they get terrible but I
wouldn’t go out of my way to eat again yeah okay so now question what is the
best breakfast item that you’ve eaten in Japan over the last few months anything
oh my gosh think about that yeah oh I like a traditional Japanese breakfast
where you get your rice you get your fish you get your miso soup definitely
go with it your traditional Japanese breakfast if I was gonna be recommending
it for someone or to get it myself and the nice thing is that you can find
these little places like as you’re walking around kind of like
hole-in-the-wall restaurants you go in a lot of them they had the vending machine
order where you would order it oh yeah just press put your coins in you get a
little slip of paper you would take that to the server and then you just sit down
and you’re your breakfast would come and even get unlimited amounts of team and
it was just like so reasonably priced yeah that’s definitely my favorite
breakfast in Japan I would agree like when we first arrived in Osaka hmm we
found this place not too far from her apartment and you would basically get a
breakfast set with like the fries the miso the grilled fish
we had some tofu with grated ginger boom they also had that like weird sticky
bean well I didn’t love that they also had like that weird ozone ah there was something that was kind of
like a white porridge or semolina mm-hmm I didn’t like that part either or the
raw egg for everything else that was my favorite breakfast for sure we haven’t
had that here in Kyoto haven’t found the place like there’s nothing nearby we’re
in a very like a residential area yeah okay no another question what’s the
worst breakfast you’ve had in Japan has there been something that you were just
like oh my gosh I can’t finish this to be honest no no I can’t I can’t think of
anything we’ve actually we will see eat our breakfast inside and so it’s mostly
self-catered we also just do fruit nuts sometimes like whatever is available
whatever is left over from dinner here so no there hasn’t been a breakfast that
I’ve like despised or anything but I mean if again if I had the choice
between traditional and like this with all the processed stuff I would go
traditional you know is there anything you didn’t
like mmm well I was just thinking of those sticky beans
it was just like strings of stickiness it almost looked like the beans were
drooling you know it was tricky to eat it didn’t taste like much it’s one of
the few foods in Japan that we really just didn’t it didn’t click with us and
I don’t think ever would like some things are an acquired taste
you don’t like it at first but you keep trying them and then you eventually like
you know you start to like it over time but that I don’t think I’ve heard about
that well I think we did pretty well with this breakfast Oh Audrey I’m just
gonna like kinda like chime in we’ve got about a ryokan practice that
was the best breakfast oh yeah my gosh how do we forget that was my father
breakfast it will basically like this spread with a whole bunch of like little
dishes like must’ve had like 15 dishes on the table and you like try a little
bit of everything and they even brought beef yeah in this leg pan and we have to
like cook the beef our salts that was good yeah those it was very healthy
they’re very pickled items dependently all the plates were so small that you
could you could kind of finish everything and not feel yeah stuff yeah
so I like that I love breakfast feeling very satisfied that day that was good so
hope you guys enjoyed our little convenience store breakfast to her from
7-eleven yeah we’ll see you guys our next video is going to be trouble
waffle day we are going back to Canada yeah I’m really excited to go back home
to see my family dogs no go so yeah it’ll be fun we’ll see you guys in the
next video going from Osaka to Vancouver indeed

83 comments on “Japanese Breakfast with ONLY Convenience Store Food Items!”

  1. koolkent says:

    Second

  2. Pranav Kumar says:

    Nice video samuel & Audrey

  3. praveen kumaer says:

    How r you Sam?Is there any plans to visit India?lots of love from India

  4. evogardens says:

    Doesn't look too bad….
    I could eat this stuff !
    Audsam.
    Jim๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‡ฆ๐Ÿ‡บ

  5. Linda Le says:

    Yaaaasssss!! Loving these convenience store food series! ๐Ÿ™Œ

  6. Adeel Salman says:

    Nice couple โ™ฅ๏ธโ™ฅ๏ธโ™ฅ๏ธ

  7. Jachinoy15 says:

    We ate 711 breakfast too for 4 days n we r ok with it.
    Its good

  8. Reggie062587 says:

    You guys are so cute.

  9. Patrick Clowry says:

    You've mentioned 7 Eleven so many times – Why.?

  10. Faith T. says:

    The little caffe latte drink was a must have for me while I was in japan!! I miss them so much

  11. Red October65 says:

    Breakfast for me there is usually a coffee drink (UCC when I can find it), a vitamin C drink, and sometimes a boiled egg or an apple. I keep it simple

    /This is getting me psyched for my next trip
    //USJ is opening an Evangelion vs Godzilla ride for the summer

  12. Mike Parish says:

    Really enjoyed all your videos! Safe travels!

  13. Read Books says:

    Natto = fermented sticky beans high in vitamin k.
    Okai = Rice porridge

  14. Kenneth J says:

    Samuel has downed the hash brown 4 minutes ago when you asked. Lol

  15. Paul Wheelan says:

    Tut Tut Sam. Scoffing Audrey's share of the Hash Brown!…This means war! ๐Ÿ˜‚

  16. Lisandro Castro says:

    Parabens pelo perfect like 33/0 saudaรงoes do Brasil.

  17. toryu si says:

    The introduction of the product of the Japanese convenience store, every video was interesting.

  18. Explore Tube says:

    Keep travelling ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿฝ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿฝ I kฤฑndly reccommend to make a video about Gaziantep Turkey food session… You can check-it out on my YouTube page for environment… Thanks

  19. abc xyz says:

    Japanese have an obsession with slimy foods and that something I cannot handle. No raw eggs, no natto ( should be renamed Snot-to), and I also don't like sweet adzuki bean paste. I live in America but I can't even handle okra because of the slime.

  20. Anne Elizabeth says:

    What?!? Your Japanese series is over. I'm so sad! But I can't wait to see where you go next!

  21. Scott Schneider says:

    Iโ€™m such a picky eater. I would be making my breakfast, lunch and dinner in the convenience store everyday in japan. LOL

  22. ใญใ‚€ใญใ‚€ใญ says:

    seven eleven but the best ๐Ÿ™‚

  23. ่ฑ†ๅ‰่ฑ†ๅคช้ƒŽ says:

    ใ‚ณใƒณใƒ“ใƒ‹ใ‚’ๆฅตใ‚ใ—่€…็พใ‚‹

  24. Azn_Mademen says:

    Nice vid guys ๐Ÿ‘

  25. Millennial Travel Confessions says:

    Oh no the final Japan video ๐Ÿ˜ญ

  26. ck fu says:

    You should eat vegetable.

  27. MACBACSIAO says:

    I knew Sam would like the red bean bread and you wouldnโ€™t Audrey! Last video I watched, you made it sound like chocolate had betrayed you and now youโ€™re on a crusade against red beans ๐Ÿ˜‚

  28. Dominic Brunetti says:

    Thank you for sharing this awesome Japan trip with us. I've learned so much for my upcoming trip next year and had a lot of fun watching. Where to next?

  29. Dhanu Rekha says:

    Saaaaaaaaaam, CONVENIENTLY filmed your Kyoto series! I like only your street food and restaurant food reviews! Anyways, eagerly waiting for your Indian series! Love from Chennai India!

  30. Fly with Jaouad says:

    Hello Guys
    Enjoy your breakfast
    Awesome video ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜

  31. ใ•ใŠใ‚Š, says:

    Please eat NATTO rice by all means the next time.
    And Miso soup.
    They are Japanese breakfast.

  32. David & Barbara Mielke says:

    Pancakes with butter are sooooogood!

  33. Tony Towers says:

    Bon voyage.

  34. Brian Cook says:

    I'm ready for a video about Grenada, Punta Cana, Turks and Caicos, Argentina, Chile, or Peru. I like to watch videos about the Caribbean Islands, Central America, and South America. Tokyo is like Disney World to me. It's obvious Japan has everything a tourist would want.

  35. Maurice W says:

    Convenience store food is so expensive compared to the supermarket. 7-11's and Family Mart sell sodas for 140 yen but at the market it's only 85 yen. Even the onigiri's are cheaper, 140 yen to 80 yen at the market. You probably save about 30% of your food budget if you shop at the grocery store instead of going to the conbini.

  36. swampzoid says:

    For health reasons I can't eat too much of a lot of that stuff but it sure looks good especially that rice triangle. But, I bet I could find stuff I can eat more of in one of those 7/11's.

  37. Rogue Lives Matter says:

    One of my favorite people on YouTube talking about trips and places. Give these couple some respect people!!!

  38. Don Skorey says:

    Go CUBS

  39. Sally Champagne says:

    To time to go home!

  40. Family on Standby says:

    Convenience store food! God, we are suckers for Japanese 7/11.

    Also: GO CUBS GO!

  41. bubblefishbeach says:

    Go Cubs!

  42. sogawa7 says:

    There are plenty of restaurants serving reasonable and large lunches for students around the old university in Japan.
    Especially old restaurants are unique

  43. Stephen Jarzombek says:

    Wait…you're calling that meat in the egg muffin "ham" and not "Canadian bacon"???

  44. John Tan says:

    Love yamazaki tuna & egg sandwiches cos the bread is so soft

  45. lisette Boucher says:

    you make me smile and laugh every time I watch your videos ahah ..

  46. K K says:

    I hope you guys will come back to Japan

  47. Suay Hughes says:

    Enjoy your breakfast.๐Ÿฅž ๐Ÿ”๐Ÿฅช

  48. Cheri Clare says:

    Hi audrey hi samuel thank you for sharing Japan videos beautiful place to live enjoy as much as you can live life ๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿ˜‰

  49. Becka C says:

    I think when you are served a raw egg with the traditional breakfast, you are supposed to stir it into your hot rice and the heat from the rice cooks the egg. Its good with soy and sesame seeds on top.

  50. Ingrid Alcazar says:

    I'm in love with the "mc7eleven muffin"! ๐Ÿ˜‚ My fav item of all, very delicate, well made, lovely. Also the yogurth is attractive. Great video guys.

  51. Lance Link says:

    Critiquing junk fast food like it is gourmet food is artificial as the food itself.

  52. Santiago Villa says:

    The food looks good i live california i know last I accidentally commented on your other videos that I lived in Buffalo but i live california

  53. Hyoma Muroga says:

    Onigiri wrapping film is already patented , and the patent holder became millionaire.

  54. Busybee says:

    Ha ha! Love these mukhbang style videos! I just get my super and eat with you guys. It's fun seeing you guys improvise and be yourselves! Interesting food items too! Great video guys ๐Ÿ™‚

  55. Manjunath N says:

    Awesome Video Bro ๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’•

  56. ositofreitas says:

    Picky eaters are always skinny. See Audrey

  57. Y&S FOOD! says:

    Incredible video footage! Here at Y&S FOOD! we adore to find these types of content. We produce Travel & Food videos as well, around the globe, so we are continually looking for inspirations and perhaps techniques. Thank You.

  58. FitAngie says:

    That breakfast looks pretty good guys ๐Ÿ˜โค๏ธ

  59. Neta Batata says:

    The only item i would give a try is the onigiri ๐Ÿคฃ

  60. Male T says:

    ไฝ“ๅ†ทใˆใใ†ใชใฎใฐใฃใ‹ใ‚Š

  61. raulaso12 says:

    Cuando vienen a Filipinas

  62. John Radi says:

    Nato is really healthy and good for you. It follows in the tradition of fermented foods. They key is to mix it into your bowl of rice. Same with the raw egg, put both in the steamy bowl of rice and stir it quickly. The hot rice turns the egg and nato very creamy and itโ€™s delicious and healthy. Oh yeah, add a dash of soy sauce. Because we donโ€™t have eggs that can be eaten raw in the states, itโ€™s always one of the things I crave most when I go back to Japan.

  63. H M says:

    Learn, Learn, Learn before Complaining โ—โ—โ—โ—โ—โ—

    As for The Worst Breakfast Items in JAPAN Audley Mentioned – Raw Egg & Sticky Beans๏ผˆFermented Soy Beans ็ด่ฑ† Natto๏ผ‰, That's Your Problem Who Don't Know HOW TO EAT THEM PROPERLY โ—

    1. As for ็ด่ฑ† Natto – Fermented Soy Beans, You Should Mix Natto with Finely Chopped Scallion๏ผˆGreen Onion๏ผ‰, Japanese " Karashi " Mustard and Dash of Soy Sauce and Stir 'em Vigorously by Chopsticks for A Couple of Minutes and Eat 'em on Its Own or Put on Steamed White Japanese Rice and Mix Them and Gobble It โ•โ•โ•โ•โ•โ•
    I Don't Know about Audley but I Bet Sam Will Like It LOL โ•

    https://youtu.be/bLoS1mg9p6E

    https://youtu.be/M61t7MJMf6w

    2. As for Raw Egg, You Should Add Dash of Soy Sauce and Stir It Vigorously Too โ—
    And Pour onto Hot Japanese Steamed White Rice and Mix 'em Well and Gobble It โ—โ—โ—โ—โ—โ—
    I'm Sure Sam Will Love It Again ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

    https://youtu.be/UJqXnz9eFLs

    https://youtu.be/9lECGvxJu4w

    Don't Know How to Eat Local Meals Properly and Criticize 'em " This is NOT GOOD " is Waste of Good Opportunity โ•
    As Long As You're in JAPAN You Don't Have to Worry about Salmonella on Raw Egg Because Hygiene Management is Guaranteed โ•โ•โ•โ•โ•โ•

  64. GGjoe says:

    Wait ๏ผ๏ผ๏ผ

    Last day in Japan???๐Ÿ˜ญ

    Thanks for coming to Japan and hope you guys continue to enjoy tripping other countries!!!

    Please come back here someday!!

    Thank you!

  65. Flying Potato says:

    I see a Samuel and Audrey video. I click thumb up!

  66. Gemini1951 says:

    ใ‚ชใƒผใƒ‰ใƒชใƒผใ•ใ‚“ใฏๅฐ่ฑ†๏ผˆใ‚ใšใ๏ผ‰ใƒšใƒผใ‚นใƒˆใŒๅฅฝใใงใฏใชใ„ใ‚ˆใ†ใงใ™ใญใ€‚
    ๅฐ่ฑ†ใƒšใƒผใ‚นใƒˆใฎใ“ใจใ‚’ใ€Œ้คกๅญ๏ผˆใ‚ใ‚“ใ“๏ผ‰ใ€ใจ่จ€ใ„ใพใ™ใ€‚
    ใ€Œ้คกๅญ๏ผˆใ‚ใ‚“ใ“๏ผ‰ใ€ใซใฏ2็จฎ้กžใฎใ‚‚ใฎใŒใ‚ใ‚Šใ€ๅฐ่ฑ†ใฎ็ฒ’ใŒๆททใ˜ใฃใฆใ„ใ‚‹ใ‚‚ใฎใ‚’ใ€Œ็ฒ’้คก๏ผˆใคใถใ‚ใ‚“๏ผ‰ใ€ใจ่จ€ใ„ใ€ๅฐ่ฑ†ใฎ็ฒ’ใŒๆททใ˜ใฃใฆใ„ใชใ„ใ‚‚ใฎใ‚’ใ€Œใ“ใ—้คก๏ผˆใ“ใ—ใ‚ใ‚“๏ผ‰ใ€ใจ่จ€ใ„ใพใ™ใ€‚
    ็งใฏ็ฒ’้คกใฎใปใ†ใŒๅฅฝใใงใ™ใŒใ€ใ“ใ—้คกใฎใปใ†ใŒๅฅฝใใชไบบใ‚‚ใ„ใพใ™ใ€‚
    ใพใŸใ€ๆœ€่ฟ‘ใฎๆ—ฅๆœฌไบบใซใ‚‚ใ€Œ้คกๅญ๏ผˆใ‚ใ‚“ใ“๏ผ‰ใ€ใŒๅซŒใ„ใชไบบใ‚‚ใ„ใพใ™ใ€‚

  67. Karanjit Ngangbam says:

    Convenience stores are a real life savers . I depended on them during my stay in Japan.

  68. Sheila Boughey says:

    You should try the natto rice rolls from 7/11, so yum and the pork steamed buns

  69. tsocanuck says:

    that looks awful

  70. jjh lk says:

    I would eat Audrey for breakfast every day.

  71. Michael Sylvester says:

    Hi guys,
    I truly enjoyed watching your videos.
    Nice seven eleven breakfast
    Thanks for sharing your thoughts.

  72. Nesa Dcruz says:

    The sticky beans sounds like Natto. They have probiotics and are very good for health but I get it that it might be an acquired taste especially for westerners. I took to it the first time I had it but then I am Asian.

  73. ๅฐๅณถๆ•ๅญ says:

    Why eat japanese food.you guys back home cheep canadean food will be nice.coz i lived 13years in canada.

  74. john vonburg says:

    went to japan, to eat at a 7-11! stupid!

  75. john vonburg says:

    DISGUSTING, FUCKING SWALLOW YOUR FOOD BEFORE YOU TALK, DO YOU HAVE ANY ETIQUETTE?

  76. Darcy Marie TCB says:

    You two are amazing. Thanks for sharing!! โฃ๏ธ๐Ÿ˜Š

  77. Kitchen Practical says:

    Keep up the helpful work and generating the crowd!

  78. AR S says:

    Nice vid, I guess your Japan related clips are coming to an end …. a bit sad, coz I love Japan but I guess it's time to head to Korea/Canada eh!

  79. AR S says:

    I wonder, do they sell booze at 7-11 in Japan? ๐Ÿ™‚

  80. AR S says:

    Let me guess, what's there a plum in the middle of rice triangle….coz ages ago, I had one but in the middle I ended up with a plum….but in your case, it was canned salmon ๐Ÿ™‚

  81. field stone says:

    I think 711 is the best popular convincestore in Japan.

  82. senda senda says:

    Me encantaria que los videos de vuestros viajes fueran en espaรฑol ya que no hablo ingles

  83. Effie Colida says:

    You guys are amazing all the time Love to watch that great chemistry you have

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