90 comments on “Japanese Trying More Dutch Food & Snacks”

  1. Jade Cummings says:

    Early here! ๐Ÿ˜Š

  2. sato lol says:

    You are awesome guys โœŒ


    Dutch food looks great ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿพ

  4. GothicKittyMadness says:

    we don't have lays in the UK. i never heard of them before. lol

  5. Kim Ledin says:

    I love Satoshi's happy eating faces

  6. Simon Monroe says:

    lol i like how Satoshi watched on another glass of bear like 'yes , yes to all gimme the bear faster" :DDDDDDD

  7. pepo67 says:

    Peanut butter in the Netherlands is not sweetened btw .

  8. John van dijk says:

    I never comment, but watch a lot of your video's. If you come to amsterdam you have to organise a meeting, and I will be there!

  9. AncientFlounder says:

    The new logo in the opening makes me so happy. ๐Ÿ˜€

  10. _TioX says:

    Justin is a cutie

  11. Florence Ford says:

    ALOHA guys I was watching your video today very interesting brought back so many memories we were there for 3 years my husband was in the military and yes there suites are nothing like the United States I fell in love with their sweet because they were not that sweet thank you once again for a great video

  12. tom se says:

    The Griesmeel puddingโ€™s texture is how itโ€™s supposed to look! You did make it properly ! Nice to see you liking it ๐Ÿ™‚

  13. Tymw Hurst says:

    Please come to Canada ๐Ÿ‡จ๐Ÿ‡ฆ

  14. Erin Uber says:

    Thank you to Tamara, Esther, and Saya for even more wonderful Dutch treats! It was fun to watch another video with Shinichi and Satoshi enjoying these wonderful snacks. The two puddings looked so good! The almond Griesmeel pudding looked so delicious! Yum! The rum-raisin pudding also looked really good. Thanks for another great video, Shinichi and Satoshi! I hope you two are enjoying your trip. ๐Ÿ™‚

  15. Cynthia says:

    I would love it if you two came to the Netherlands! Weโ€™ve got plenty of great beers over here ๐Ÿ˜

  16. THX says:

    Yummy ๐Ÿ˜
    Great mouthwatering video, guys!
    I'm living in Germany just a few km from the Dutch border and know the tasty NL goodies.

  17. BETTY BOOP says:

    I only know Dr Oertker brand from frozen pizza from Germany,puddings look good. European sweets are generally not as sugary as Asian sweets,Satoshi has European preference for dark chocolate, although in Amsterdam waffles are plentiful. Do get to Edam factory in Amsterdam&sample all the cheeses.It would be worth your while spending a few days in Berlin if you're already in Amsterdam,it's very unique compared to most cities.Thanks guys, I read about amazing beers I would love to try like toffee๐Ÿบ

  18. Deon Ragsdale says:

    The Face he made when you said yours had licorice flavor in it priceless!!!! Again made my chemotherapy go a little easier!! and I got you two some new subscribers that I meet were I go for my chemo treatment and they both are binge watching you as we speak we have alot of time on are hands to kill but I couldn't think of any better way to have time go by your the best!!!๐Ÿ˜‹

  19. J D says:

    Wat gaaf leuk hoor โ™กโ™กโ™ก

  20. Mtaylor says:

    Justin so cute!

  21. Maha Kali says:

    Griesmeel pudding is delicious ๐Ÿ˜
    In Germany we have GrieรŸbrei which is a semolina pudding but without almonds.
    And you're not that wrong: you can eat it for breakfast, dessert, when you're sick or (and this is the best version) your mother cooks it for you after a long cold afternoon playing outside โคโคโค
    Ah, childhood memories… it's comfort food for my generation but back in the past it was food for poor people especially farmers.
    If you like it and you have the chance to eat it again: put some vanilla in it and try some stewed fruit like cherries or raspberries with it.
    The red currant must be delicious, too. Never had it as a sauce but fresh and sweet from my grandma's and parents' gardens.

    Thank you to Esther and all those wonderful people from the Netherlands for sending those treats ๐Ÿ˜Š

  22. Bill Jones says:

    Looks very plain, not going to lie.

  23. Chris W says:

    Holy cow Shinichi-San… that Kurt Cobain shiiiiiirt O_O

    Does that have like a Van Gogh starry-night vibe or are my eyes playing tricks on me? Stunning. Glad to see a part 2 in the Dutch food and snacks series!

  24. angelsinthewindow says:

    Don't you think they would be good parents! Satoshi and Shinichi. The way they take care of Justin whenever he pops up in videos makes me think that they would be great dads if they ever chose to be ones.

  25. sjcongo says:

    Come and try the weedburger ๐Ÿ˜‚

  26. Felicia Van der Vet says:

    So fun to see you guys taste foods from my home country. I agree that Japanese beer in general sucks. Kirin is the only one that is drinkable. In Holland the Grolsch brand is not so highly regarded. I prefer the Belgian ones.

  27. nadiii says:

    it makes me happy to see you guys enjoy my country's food ๐Ÿ™‚ ๆ—ฅๆœฌใฎๆ–™็†ใฎใปใ†ใŒๅฅฝใใ ใ‘ใฉใ€‚็ฌ‘็ฌ‘

  28. 4ever808 says:

    I would love a bag of those mustard chips. Not sure about the texture of that griesmeel pudding though. Thank you to your friends who sent these wonderful snacks. I've heard that Dutch chocolate/cocoa is famous…maybe they'll send you some samples ๐Ÿ˜Š.

  29. Marc Vork says:

    If you go to the Netherlands this year and you like theme parks, really consider going to "The Efteling" it's a unique theme park resembling Disney but with it's own style.

  30. Lady Murasaki says:

    I love that they gave a snack for Justin! Great taste test!

  31. vacationboyvideos says:

    Sorry to upset you…but guys with glasses on is so CUTE! I'm gay I'm sorry I respect you…but are you two a couple? I hope not…then maybe I have a chance ๐Ÿ˜ j/k I'm sure u stright. Peace to u.

  32. Pop Culture Vegan says:

    Seeing Justin's little smile always makes my day.

  33. Pink Lady Fan says:

    Yay, Justing got a snack this time.

  34. Tenjin Ikeda says:

    ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿคฃ. Satoshi and licorice

  35. June Rosa says:

    Awesome gifts! Justin was happy๐Ÿ’“๐Ÿ’“๐Ÿ’“

  36. Canal da Debbs says:

    Just discovered your channel this week and i love watching to your videos while im cooking, hahha, greetings from Brazil!!

  37. Tina Marie Farmer says:

    like my dogs Justin didn't even chew

  38. KajiRider1997 says:

    Peanut butter in the Netherlands tends to be more thicker and hearty. so maybe that's why she said peanut paste. Americans also ALWAYS get confused between peanut butter and peanut sauce. Its a condiment, not something you eat on a slice of bread xD And then there's indonesian sateh sauce which is where we got peanut sauce from and that's different too. usually it looks darker and tastes more spicy and earthy and isn't good with fries. While dutch peanut sauce is usually lighter and more fatty and in turn doesn't seem to taste that great with sate sticks and indonesian food because its missing that kick. Just a think I hope you're now aware off when you get here!

    btw try: fries + peanut sauce + kroket. and then scoop out the kroket's ragout with fries and the peanut sauce. I usually eat what's left of it on a bun with more peanut sauce. It so satisfying xD

  39. Leslie R says:

    I can't get over Satoshi's white glasses. So cute!!

  40. kelley davis says:

    classic hard candies

  41. MiniMe says:

    Justin has a big grin after inhaling that snack in 1 second๐Ÿ˜น You can make a very easy semolina pudding the way Satoshi made the box one, a bit of milk, bit of sugar, add semolina and keep stirring till it thickens. We serve it with basic syrup (caramel syrup) or jams on top, the topping/syrup is whatever sweet stuff you like, even maple syrup. Hope you try it , it takes few attempts to get the right thickness/texture, depending on the milk/semolina ratio

  42. Boba Love 122 says:

    Licorice in tea just tastes sweet, not like anise. What a lovely array of treats. It's good that they're not too sweet! ๐Ÿ˜Š

  43. Verena_fcb8 says:

    What kinda breed is Justin? He looks so cute :b

  44. Lu Noizu says:

    sweetest couple

  45. Esther Hokke says:

    Hello. Great you like this snacks and food also :). When you visit The Netherlands we buy more differt kinds of beer ๐Ÿ™‚ :).And Justin was zo cute. Happy that he likes the snacks. Greeting from Saya.
    The texture of the griesmeel was oke.

  46. Kpop Infires me says:

    Waahh! im from holland! Im goin back to japan in 5 months!!

  47. Kpop Infires me says:

    do you guys plan on going to ใ‚ชใƒฉใƒณใƒ€?

  48. prakasyita pitaloka says:

    Looove dessert with rum too. Rum & Raisins is one of my favorite flavor–besides chocolate, for ice cream.

  49. Lea Rulona says:

    Justinโ€™s sooooooooooo cute ๐Ÿ˜ป๐Ÿ˜ป๐Ÿ˜ป๐Ÿ˜ป๐Ÿ˜ป๐Ÿ˜ป๐Ÿ˜ป๐Ÿ˜ป interesting snacks๐Ÿ’— kurt cobain shirt๐Ÿ’•

  50. Snart says:

    the redcurrant sauce actually isnt sauce- its juice! the bottle says ''sap'' on it, which is dutch for juice :^ ) maybe they'd meant for you to make sauce yourself ?

  51. Francis Inghels says:

    Please, someone can send them beers from Belgium??!!!

  52. Jackie Carranco says:

    Wowza, look at all the views brother. ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜‰ The snacks all looked so interesting. I'm a fan of not to sweet goodies. More of the savory type but I think the rum raisin sounds great. I love rum raisin ice cream and if that's what it tastes like I'm all up on it. Thanks for sharing brothers. ๐Ÿค—๐Ÿ˜˜

  53. Boog-i-e Beats says:

    In finland we have semolina porridge or atleast that what we call it. https://tinyurl.com/yy6pv7m5

  54. Joanne Gray says:

    My stomach did a sickly forward roll at the mention of semolina pudding. We often had this at school for dessert at lunch, and it had the taste and texture of wallpaper lasts ๐Ÿ˜–

  55. Plejade says:

    I looove Semolina porridge, but the still hot and liquid creme. When ever I was sick I got this while recovering, because it was easy to digest. Yummm. Can't imagine how life is without that, so so familiar and I eat it once a week. Wonderful treats you had wow thank you for showing ^^/

  56. Anouk Larissa says:

    I dont think I have ever heard anyone pronounce Dutch words so well for a first time of saying them! I love your videos and Justin is just too stickin' cute! <3 My sister is also named Tamara by the way :). Much love from the Netherlands

  57. Panic says:

    Wow! I'm glad you tried snacks from the Netherlands!
    I've been enthralled by Japan and Japanese culture for over 10 years (24 years old now) and I always wanted to go.
    I was finally able to go for 3 weeks last year, and I will be visiting Japan for 4 weeks this year!
    Fun fact: The Grolsch brand beer you were drinking was made in my city! (Enschede)
    Really cool to see you try something from where I'm from, even though I've always watched your videos because of Japan!

  58. federica di pierri says:

    Love Justin ๐Ÿ’–

  59. Leoni Ariรซns vd winkel says:

    Nice video guys! I love Satoshi's face when he hears the word licorice. I admire him when he tries it over and over again! When you visit our country please make sure not only to visit Amsterdam. I know, small country, but there's soooooo much more to see. Here are some more places: https://www.cntraveler.com/gallery/16-places-to-visit-in-the-netherlands-that-arent-amsterdam

  60. Manfred Much says:

    I watch your upcomming Videos more often than I see my real-live friends. thanks brothers.

  61. strawberries1411 says:

    Hi guys.. so lovely to see you guys trying out Dutch food.. ..tip..maybe you can make google translate work for you… putting the words in and his the loudspeaker and have it spoken to you ๐Ÿ™‚

  62. IDarKVeNoMI says:

    Those Dr. Oetker renditions might be made for the Dutch market but Dr. Oetker is actually a German brand with a lot of heritage. And since you mentioned that you like Dutch beer do I have to recommend Belgian beer… Specifically Stella Artois! Greetings from Germany ๐Ÿ‡ฉ๐Ÿ‡ช ๐Ÿ‘‹

  63. Camille says:

    I love your T-Shirt Shinichi! I've never seen one like that before, can you tell me where you found it?

  64. Roos Buijs says:

    Yes, please come to the Netherlands! ๐Ÿ˜ƒ

  65. Karen Lucero ABQ says:

    Great video. So glad Justin got a treat. So cute.

  66. Henriette Oxbye says:

    justin is the cutest.. <3

  67. Misty Zuniga says:

    i dont think i have ever tried dutch anything. maybe i should try some things

  68. intro maker says:

    Yes netherland again i am netherland yeey ๐Ÿ˜‡

  69. despairia says:

    Fennel tea is one of my favorites, so I would definitely enjoy the licorice-star anise-peppermint-fennel seed one!

  70. Gamer_Shrimp 88 says:

    Is there more beer?!

  71. Tamara says:

    Sorry for my late reply, I was a bit under the weather last week. Glad you liked these as well. and that Justin enjoyed his snack. He's such a sweet and well trained dog he deserved a special treat.

    Semolina indeed has a grainy texture. I'm sure you made the puddings correct ๐Ÿ™‚ You'll love other desserts we have, but since they have to be refrigerated we cannot sent them. From the semolina pudding pack you can also make porridge which used to be eaten for breakfast.

    Here we have many peanut flavoured snacks which more often then not are savoury. Only the peanut butter you put on bread is slightly sweet, but no where near as sweet as for example the American peanut butter.

    Sorry about the sterrenmunt tea which has licorice included Sataoshi. Since it is such a different taste from the candy licorice I hadn't realized that this was probably not really to your taste as well. I'll make it up someday.

    We have many more different types of beer here. And if you like the Dutch beers, you'll probably like the Belgium beers as well. Perhaps one day a Dutch beer taste test hahaha.
    I'll get you some more winterbok Shinichi.

  72. yousnoerd says:

    My mom used to make this griesmeel. You can also eat it hot. I would add extra vanillasugar and even some vanillavla.. so nice in the winter ๐Ÿ™‚
    You can even make it with cacao (coco) added. Then it becomes a chocolate-griesmeelpudding. ls also very good, hot and cold.

  73. Kit-Lam Cheung says:



  74. Nellie Rutten says:

    Dutch peanut butters which literally translates to what we call peanut cheese to my knowledge is never sweet, maybe they contain a little bit of sugar beside the natural sugar content of peanuts, some sugar for enhancing the peanut taste but mostly it just tastes earthy and savory like peanut, A lot of Indonesian dishes we cook in the Netherlands are eaten with peanut sauce and people make them from commercial peanut butter spread adding coconut milk and sambal which is a chili sauce in the Netherlands from Indonesia, can't imagine peanut butter to be sweet that would ruin the whole peanut butter sensation for me.

  75. Nellie Rutten says:

    By the way griesmeel pudding tastes really nice with added raisins not sprinkled on top but infused with the griesmeel when preparing it on the stove, it's not to sweet and they get nice and soggy, and if you like rum then you could soak them in rum before adding them.

  76. C1V1C says:

    Smakelijk ๐Ÿ˜

  77. Louie BC says:

    Justice must have been hungry

  78. MoDoC 86 says:

    Have you chilled the beers first? They taste best that way ๐Ÿ™‚

  79. Mad Titanja V. says:


  80. Rene van Westen says:

    You guys are really one of the best reviewers on youtube.

  81. Drogist24 says:

    When you go to the Netherlands visit Friesland in the north and get some oranjekoek, sugarbread, Frysian rye bread, Frysian clove cheese, dried Frisian sausage (a hard dried one, has in my opinion more flavour than a 'fresh' one), beerenburg (drink pure and/or mix it with cola) and Us Heit (its beer) all local stuff. Most is very difficult to get outside of Friesland so you have to go there to get it, but while there you can enjoy the nature and wide open spaces.

  82. ollie2 says:

    So cool!! Im dutch :)))))) love your videos! Love tokyoโค๏ธโค๏ธ

  83. Ashton Paugh says:

    I need those pretzel sticks in my life!!!!

  84. Melvin Jansen says:

    I love to think the Dutch and Japanese are compatible with eachother in some weird way… Even during the Japanese era of "Sakoku" The Dutch were the only ones allowed to visit mainland Japan and had healthy relations for a long time.

    Greetings from The Netherlands!

  85. Melvin Jansen says:

    Rangaku ๐Ÿ˜‚

  86. S. K says:

    You guys actually do a good job pronouncing the words!

  87. tippfff says:

    The dog killed me haha. Nice one guys from Amsterdam

  88. Pei K says:

    Thank you to their fans for sending these snacks. I love learning about cultures through food too, and by watching these fellows ๐Ÿ™‚ Please keep sending your favorites from around the world!!! ๐Ÿ™‚

  89. Metal Videos says:

    the 4 beers you had where both from grolsch haha. we have alot of different kinds of beers that you might like even more.

  90. Sibernethy says:

    12:50 – I think Satoshi dodged a huge bullet there lol

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