外国人が思う日本が変えるべき6つの事! Feat. Abroad in Japan!【海外と日本の働き方の違い・英語の勉強方法・文化の違い】


  1. rsuriyop

    rsuriyop日 前

    For a Japanese person, the title of this upload would probably sound a bit off putting. And all the more reason for them to _not_ want anymore foreigners coming in to Japan.

  2. Olivia Tetreault

    Olivia Tetreault3 日 前

    I can relate about the political trucks 😆 When I did my working holiday back in Tokyo I would wake up to weird megaphone voices and I was like “IS THERE AN EMERGENCY??”, but turns out there’s only the election campaigns, they also do that about selling air conditioning 😂

  3. Travelling Gamer

    Travelling Gamer3 日 前

    Starts naming Hong Kong and India and praises them for speaking English. Me: but but but they are former English colonies.... Love Chris channel and now also sub to this one! Good luck!!

  4. 43歳児

    43歳児5 日 前

    欧米人が日本で不満に思うことを日本が本当に変えていったとすれば それはもう欧米の今であって日本ではない 行き過ぎた個人主義と人権保護がもたらす問題には目を瞑り 常に上から日本もそうあるべきだと訴えてくる 日本にいるなら日本にあわせろ 不満ならさっさと帰れ それだけのことじゃん?

  5. Alexander Urling

    Alexander Urling7 日 前

    The subtitles are hilarious... @<a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="80">1:20</a>ish

  6. Xanderman999

    Xanderman9997 日 前

    Chiaki san is very pretty and such a good posture

  7. Jack Fletcher

    Jack Fletcher9 日 前

    I used to work in the service industry in the U.S. and the reason people are expected to tip is because employers refuse to pay decent, livable wages. They justify it by saying that if you're doing your job well enough, people will make up the difference in tips, then act as though they're doing you a favor for allowing you to work in a tip-based position. Basically, America is dominated by rampant, unregulated capitalists. If employers were either mandated to pay actually livable wages, or at least adopted more Japan-like employment policies, the quality of service would likely improve and tips would no longer be necessary. As it is now, workers genuinely depend on tips in order to make ends meat.

  8. RAMEN

    RAMEN9 日 前

    この動画、初めて見ました。お二人に、爽やかな、高い、知的センスを感じました。テンポが、早いけれど、聞きやすい。時々、日本語を話す。私は、外国に行ったことがないので、 英語は、苦手ですが、このお二人から、英語を教えて、貰えたら貰えたら、英語を、理解しやすいと、思いました。とくに、この、日本人女性の発音が、自分には、わかりやすく、日本人の一人として、 凄く、嬉しいです。有り難うございました。 It is the first time experience to see this JPreporter. I have no experience to visit other countries in my life unfortunately. From this man and woman, I feel fresh intelligence. Talking each other with high tempo but understandable to me rather than other foreigner’s talking in my experience. Especially, this young Japanese woman's pronunciation of English is very understandable to me. As one of Japanese I feel something proud of her as one of Japanese. Thank you very much. 有り難うございました。

  9. 大谷陸

    大谷陸11 日 前


  10. אביאל צ'רנובילסקי

    אביאל צ'רנובילסקי12 日 前

    Chiaki is just too cute

  11. Mundane05

    Mundane0514 日 前

    I'd change the size of the toilets in case a new Andre the Giant is born.

  12. april8tost

    april8tost14 日 前

    Kurisu san dai ski >;3 ano *chubby* yaro! XD

  13. Reignier Avon

    Reignier Avon16 日 前

    Found you through Abroad in Japan; I LOVE your channel! Subscribing for more content from you. Keep up the incredible work! You and Chris are hilarious together!

  14. Brett Phil

    Brett Phil18 日 前

    From watching almost every video these two did together, I can say, almost for certain, these two DEFINITELY fucked.

  15. LitProfessor

    LitProfessor19 日 前

    hong kong and India can speak well- good ole' British colonialism at play for that one

  16. kozr runar

    kozr runar19 日 前


  17. Philip Andrew

    Philip Andrew20 日 前

    [<a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="530">8:50</a>] Chris said "I guess its because people in Asia can't handle dairy products as well, like cheese or milk ... lactose intolerance". True Asian's tend to be more lactose intolerant however lactose is much higher in milk than cheese. Cheese has much smaller amounts of lactose with some natural and aged cheese such as Cheddar, Parmesan and Swiss only having trace levels of lactose and can be digested by many people with lactose intolerance.

  18. k 1993i

    k 1993i20 日 前

    日本人ももっと世界にでて、帰って来る人が増えると全体の考え方も変わるかと。英語話せれない人が多いのが世界を狭めてるのかもしれない。 日本はチーズ高いよ...

  19. Destination Anywhere

    Destination Anywhere21 日 前

    Chiaki is just gorgeous, and she has the cutest english accent.

  20. bparker06

    bparker0621 日 前

    <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="180">3:00</a> - #1 - 仕事量 Work Life Balance <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="502">8:22</a> - #2 - チーズの量 More Cheese <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="574">9:34</a> - #3 - 飲食店の屋外エリア Outdoor Area <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="643">10:43</a> - #4 - カスタマーサービス Customer Service <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="844">14:04</a> - #5 - 選挙宣伝の仕方 Political Trucks <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="1014">16:54</a> - #6 - 英語教育 English Education

  21. Cuzzin Man

    Cuzzin Man21 日 前

    Smoking inside and in restaurants should change and should only be allowed outside.

  22. NBI_English

    NBI_English21 日 前

    Chesse is fat :P but is nice the open air pubs idea

  23. NBI_English

    NBI_English21 日 前

    I’m same Chris I eat too much chocolate 🍫 help!

  24. Angelina Robert

    Angelina Robert22 日 前

    Nanimo henko shinai. Nihonwa kampeki. I wouldn't change Japan. It's perfect. Sabisuzangyo. Taihen desu. Except service over-time. It's difficult.

  25. tomii

    tomii22 日 前


  26. brburai

    brburai22 日 前

    You both are welcome in Brazil. Here we have a lot of cheese... but no cider :-(

  27. Anton B

    Anton B22 日 前

    Why do i keep getting recommended all these Japanese videos? How does youtube know i have yellow fever?

  28. Cody Dixon

    Cody Dixon23 日 前

    Damn, Chiaki cute 😍

  29. Not Here

    Not Here23 日 前

    I ❤ 🧀 almost as much as I love this channel and her beauty. And I'm American, so you know I love cheese.

  30. GrubHug

    GrubHug23 日 前

    my pp has a <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="787">13:07</a>

  31. nopulpapple

    nopulpapple24 日 前

    I would go to Mr. Donuts to study Japanese everyday (because of free coffee refills). I wish the staff got more respect, but they were incredibly nice to me. Every time somebody refilled my coffee, the conversation always became casual which I enjoyed. Needless to say, I was drinking too much coffee...and that's an understatement.

  32. 桃のうち!

    桃のうち!24 日 前

    白人が言うとすぐ媚びるってのも日本人が直すべきポイントなんだけどなあ これ東南アジア人が言ったら当たり前だろ働けで終わるだろ 誰がなんと言おうと頑張るしかないんだよ日本は

  33. Adrian Garcia

    Adrian Garcia25 日 前

    I came here from “abroad in Japan” Chris is such a foolish dude, love it

  34. jay-ar baluyan

    jay-ar baluyan25 日 前

    Great discovery.I saw you in Chris' YT I became an instant fan. I didn't know you had you own channel lol. Instant subscribe!

  35. Duncan Wallis

    Duncan Wallis25 日 前

    She is amazing lol

  36. 1221kary

    1221kary26 日 前

    <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="46">0:46</a> I watch like lot of films. ...Yeah bro, we believe you, films;)

  37. mysterioso 100

    mysterioso 10026 日 前

    I want to marry her.

  38. Deckie Deckie

    Deckie Deckie26 日 前

    Westerners worship,Facebook....even if is good for nothing....Japanese make useful things.....amerikans do less and less every day...

  39. Deckie Deckie

    Deckie Deckie26 日 前

    Does the girl ever farted in public?

  40. Deckie Deckie

    Deckie Deckie26 日 前

    They kiss ass!!

  41. Deckie Deckie

    Deckie Deckie26 日 前

    Japanese woman are as real asa three dollar bills....so much sugar....wanna puke....

  42. acm#1985

    acm#198526 日 前

    <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="1125">18:45</a> true. I had French at school for 5 Years and it was mostly limited to read and write. Same experience, I can hardly remember some words because I got never used to speak it.

  43. acm#1985

    acm#198526 日 前

    <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="590">09:50</a> Just call it "Biergarten" ;) That would be nice in Japan 🍻

  44. artawhirler

    artawhirler26 日 前

    I love both of your channels!

  45. Scott Sharp

    Scott Sharp26 日 前

    One of my points of discussion has always been, cheese or lack there of being much healthier on overall diet. I love cheese butden also prefer healthy over cheesy lol wahwahwahhhhhhhh.....great video preciate it thankUboth ❤️💛💚💚💛❤️

  46. Mikey Lejan

    Mikey Lejan27 日 前

    Chiaki is beautiful. The Philippines also speaks english

  47. Samantha Shugars

    Samantha Shugars27 日 前

    Service more *genuine* in Japan

  48. Sam Speight

    Sam Speight27 日 前

    So on the idea of senior and junior in the Uk. There is a basic level of respect that is given to older people, which is how we are taught growing up. But that persons personality or other factors can remove that basic level of respect. It can even come down to how they act in certain situations, say they do not lead in a situation with nothing but younger people. That becomes a reason not to show respect. their are other situations that make more sense but i cant think of them at the moment.

  49. Wayne Jones

    Wayne Jones27 日 前

    You two are so cute together

  50. 77tbrd

    77tbrd28 日 前

    im in america and my company offered a standard 24 days of leave per year - many of us in the management team never took it all. i find it hard to use it all. its not that im too busy at work, but have nothing to do when i take it. Work with my team is more like a productive social gathering. I rarely work the hours my japanese counterparts are working though........and i doubt the atmosphere is as open and friendly.

  51. Sony Xperia Tech Reviews

    Sony Xperia Tech Reviews28 日 前

    Eyup from Yorkshire (North of England-UK) Chris comes from the South of England , where the weather is much kinder and gentler, here in Yorkshire the weather is wild and unpredictable . Note the Language of Yorkshire is one you must learn and by the way 'Eyhup' is a greeting meaning 'hello'.

  52. junkman

    junkman29 日 前

    @Miss cute babyface; The english language is that wide known whilst they raided 183 countries in the past. To compare, in the UN are 196 countries. English is a mixture of german, norwegian, welsh and some dutch language.

  53. EpicMusicLemon

    EpicMusicLemon29 日 前

    Been to Japan many a time. The work ethic is just horrible, I couldn’t imagine living there spending my life working and having fake personality constantly and riding on stacked buses for hours. That being said it is an amazing Country with so many unique and amazing dishes/ services

  54. Josh Adams

    Josh Adams29 日 前

    One example of how well Chiaki speaks English is that she pronounces “have” like “haf” when appropriate.

  55. Storm Putri

    Storm Putriヶ月 前

    Your smile reminds me of Atsuko Maeda (the reason why she's so popular), beautiful!

  56. Origami Master

    Origami Masterヶ月 前

    Tipping in the US is because that's how they make their money. Minimum wage for servers in the US is a measly 2-4 dollars per hour. Tips are really the only way to get a semi decent wage.

  57. WhalesTasteGreat

    WhalesTasteGreatヶ月 前

    I used to talk to the waitresses at local Ohshos all the time. One girl would even sit down with us at the end of her shift and share some gyoza. Of course I ate there ... probably 3 times a week for over a year... had them programmed to bring a large chuhai when we were seated. There's also a Chanpon place in Nishijin area of Fuk, and my girlfriend knew the staff and owner way back from when she went to the University. If it was late, they would sometimes sit with us and have a drink before closing. My brother-in-law's wife' father owned a sushi restaurant as well. We only went a handful of times... not my thing**, expensive, felt like i had to dress up... but he would make a point to sit with us as well. You have to be a regular (or family) to build up those kind of relationships in Japan, though. They don't happen spontaneously like UK or US. If you can transition out of keigo, you stand a much greater chance of creating a relaxed situation. Sometimes I lie and say my school didn't teach keigo... ymmv. **I mean... my gotos are Ichiran, Ohshos, Tokugawa Okonomi, and Ichibanya.

  58. Cytamis

    Cytamisヶ月 前

    The problem with your discussion on tipping is flawed because (at least from an american perspective) you misunderstand the purpose of tipping in America. Tipping isn't meant to give extra to the workers so they work harder, it's helping them get some sort of fair wage. Waitresses and waiters get paid far below the minimum wage line, and in order to even remotely make a sustainable living they need tips. It's a bit of a viscious cycle because they get paid less because they make tips and so we have to pay tips so they make more. Since you both hail from countries where this isn't really the case it's an understandable and common misconception. But don't mistake it for lack of caring for one's job. :)

  59. OneHairyGuy

    OneHairyGuyヶ月 前

    The only thing that I remember is, "More Cheese 🧀 "

  60. steve the cross

    steve the crossヶ月 前

    You are a lady I would say the only Japanese phrase I know to . I will spell it phonetically - a-na-ta-wa kawaii ne . I think that's how you say you are cute/pretty.

  61. Tom Parmenter

    Tom Parmenterヶ月 前

    I got a dirty look from a hotel receptionist in japan once. I gave her a big tip! She chased me down the street to give it back.

  62. Paul McCool

    Paul McCoolヶ月 前

    Chiaki, your experience with speaking English, is exactly the issue I have with Japanese. I can read it and write it fairly well, but I speak it like an idiot.

  63. Subash Thapa

    Subash Thapaヶ月 前

    I thou I was watching Abroad in Japan channel.

  64. Sammy Rebbo

    Sammy Rebboヶ月 前

    You know what, about hummus, I don't like it cause every time I eat it, I just expect it to taste like cheese and it never tastes like cheese.

  65. Junk_ Bear

    Junk_ Bearヶ月 前

    wow they actually have senpai... I just call my boss my bitch (when his not looking)

  66. Nintendo Challenger X

    Nintendo Challenger Xヶ月 前

    Outdoor area = not work in USA, you will be shot most often or the things smell like shit, which ever comes first really... :( Also did you mention the suicide thing? I don't know anything about it I only heard it's a problem, not 100% sure it's a HUGE problem. I'm not sure. ALSO... awww you two are so cute :D

  67. Matthew North

    Matthew Northヶ月 前

    I have never seen anyone tip in the UK, maybe that is a Southern thing to do.

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    • • Duss • •ヶ月 前


  69. Fusion Kush

    Fusion Kushヶ月 前

    She's so cute! I love her 💙

  70. nerdi loo

    nerdi looヶ月 前

    I gotta admit that I also get 'in character' when I pronounce Japanese, and it is based on those old Criterion movies. Its more fun that way for a lot of us.

  71. Arexodius

    Arexodiusヶ月 前

    Cheese? Really?

  72. Pred Des

    Pred Desヶ月 前

    I love her English twang it's brilliant

  73. StuntcatTV

    StuntcatTVヶ月 前

    "In the UK, we hate, like, loud noises." Black Sabbath, Def Leppard, Deep Purple, Saxon, Iron Maiden, Judas Priest, Motörhead, Venom, Tank...

  74. Mawiiile

    Mawiiileヶ月 前

    @TheDVDE yep, even pub culture, just started way longer ago.

  75. TheDVDE

    TheDVDEヶ月 前

    dont forget warehouse raves, futbol games etc lmao

  76. Mawiiile

    Mawiiileヶ月 前

    @StuntcatTV exactly, medieval UK was according to history a very woeful and oppressed time to live in that also lasted a very long time. I believe this era bred a deep sense of deference between the rich and the poor in the UK and it led to a culture of divide between social classes, and because of this I feel like British layman through the years have always attempted to go against the social grain as a poetic fuck you to the upper class. Hence football hooligans.

  77. StuntcatTV

    StuntcatTVヶ月 前

    @Mawiiile I think it goes deeper than that. A counter culture like that is a fight for freedom and balance. The UK also did it later on, with Punk and Goth, now Brexit. That's their ancestors, druids, warriors, witches, kings and queens. They still got that celtic blood in them.

  78. StuntcatTV

    StuntcatTVヶ月 前

    @Beef happy to help :)

  79. Animiles

    Animilesヶ月 前

    What I would change about Japan (and many other places, but especially Japan) is the throw-away culture. Everything is packaged in too much plastic and too many plastic bags are given out while shopping. Plastic waste is a huge problem, and even though Japan keeps everything clean, they still create a lot of plastic pollution.

  80. Good Shepherd

    Good Shepherdヶ月 前

    theyve fucked

  81. Andrew Crossley

    Andrew Crossleyヶ月 前

    So I know an international couple. The husband is American and this wife is Japanese and they have one son together. They met in the US and married in the US. Then they moved to Japan for her job. Had their son there then moved back about 6 years after that to the US. The American was fine living in Japan it was his wife that wanted to move back to the US for her job. She had to spend all her time in the office in Tokyo and was missing out on her family time. So she had the company relocate her to the NYC office and now she gets to spend more time with her family. So I get the whole working less and enjoying life change you mentioned.

  82. Grimbeard

    Grimbeardヶ月 前

    <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="1425">23:45</a> Chris Broad: part man, part tatami.

  83. Bill Blinky

    Bill Blinkyヶ月 前

    With the Japanese on not taking holidays and donating the time back to the company - I always wonder why their boss isn't asking 'how come you don't you need to take a holiday? If you gave your best at work you should need a break. Didn't you give your best'? Customer service - As an Australian Japan spoilt me. After several months away, I returned back to Oz and was shocked at the low level of customer care & service compared to Japan. If I was waiting to be served, instead of being asked 'how can I help you'? They would say something like 'are you right'? What a question! Clearly I waiting to be served, so surely a more appropriate question would be appreciated.

  84. BlazinNSoul

    BlazinNSoulヶ月 前

    You may mistake Chris for Captain Jack Sparrow. You wouldn't be the first here. Because Chris is actually his doppelganger, just saying. :b

  85. Nikola Lazarevic

    Nikola Lazarevicヶ月 前

    <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="595">9:55</a> Are those really gangsters walking around?