What Inside an Average Japanese Family’s Home is like New Year’s Holiday October 10, 2019 Tags:and, average japanese family, average japanese home, family japan, hatsumode, home japan, home japanese, house japan, house japanese, houses in japan, how japanese celebrate new year, Japan, Japan family, japan holiday, japan home, Japan house, japan new year, japan new year food, Japanese family, japanese home, japanese house, japanese new year foods, life in japan, like, new year, New Year in Japan, new year japan, osechi, ozoni, Paolo, the, typical japanese family, 愛知県 正月, 日本 正月 Related Posts Holy Land Tour: Jerusalem and the South Oscar Scherer Florida State Park – Tour & Camping TOTAL ARM WORKOUT FOR WOMEN | TRACY CAMPOLI | HOLIDAY HOTTIE ARMS About The Author Felton Ryan 100 Comments Paolo fromTOKYO LIKE if you wan to see more Living in Japan vids? If so, what? My Toe-Kyo Hoodie Merch – https://teespring.com/stores/paolofromtokyo My Instagram @PaoloFromTokyo – https://www.instagram.com/paolofromtokyo/ January 5, 2019 Reply Kucik Kucik My cultures are the worst.. You suck all his/her blood until there's no more and left to die slowly.. I'm talking about money, respect, trust, friendship & influence ..and we also voodoo our brothers & sisters especially to get what our parents left for when die (money, jewelry, house, lands etc).. Not all but in general 😂 August 6, 2019 Reply Ryuho Kotoge My mom cooks Osechi by herself. So around the end of the year, she is the boss of kitchen.Also my family make Mochi on every year of late December . August 6, 2019 Reply Fin Brown Uk has no culture 😂😂 August 6, 2019 Reply Eron Dynamics Hi Paolo, sorry to hear this, but your girlfriend is a little bit arrogant. Haha. Peace bro. Kitang kita ko yung pagpigil mo. Ang lupet nung control. Nice August 6, 2019 Reply GameGuru Kazakh people are too into TV when celebrating New Year. August 6, 2019 Reply pandulce Just like its tradition for them to pay for stuff as the hosts in my culture its always rude not to offer help as the guest. Its like the least we could do as guests is to help out in anyway we can. August 6, 2019 Reply Daniel Wood Paolo, you made me want to take a Benadryl just from watching! I am the same way with cats! August 6, 2019 Reply Rahul T Hey Pablo please day I the life of a foreign or a day I the life of mine please if possible both August 6, 2019 Reply Shayne Taclat jeez , that fckin dog has more personality than your girlfriend man… August 6, 2019 Reply KiLler_Miguel11 Oh yeah? Well in my family its "man that was fantastic, who's paying? Not me I assure you. I "forgot my wallet" for good measure. August 6, 2019 Reply Mochanimator dude that was awesome. great stuff man. you’re making me wanna go to japan even more August 7, 2019 Reply dulce alves HAHAH the dog in her arms <3 1:11 i love it August 7, 2019 Reply jason Nantze Blonde Chinese girl seems kinda bitchy August 8, 2019 Reply Wyble Montano Maiko's mother is so pretty. Oh is it rude to appreciate a japanese woman's beauty? YOure lucky to have such a wonderful family, Paolo. Maiko is such a wonderful person too. And hey NYE is my birthday! August 8, 2019 Reply B B "I can't make them do more traditional stuff" XD August 9, 2019 Reply Nick Theo every japanese house is super clean August 9, 2019 Reply Daniel Samuzas What anime is this? August 10, 2019 Reply Patrick Scannell In Latin America, it would be ok to contribute, maybe not by directly giving money, but by buying part of the meal for instance. In South Asia, no, I would not be allowed to contribute. Best I can do is bring a gift. In the North, don't know in general, but in Netherlands, USA and Canada, yes of course you should contribute. In fact, it would almost be rude not to contribute. It could be seen as inconsiderate or, god forbid, greedy. August 10, 2019 Reply David Nguyen This really resonated with me. Growing up, I didn't notice the culture and practices that my parents did. I didn't know why. I just knew it was the way of life. But it's such a stark contrast with how Asian etiquettes and such view showing kindness and hospitality compared to western and other cultures. Seeing how Maiko mentioned how accepting money from others is a showing of your financial standing to peers, I'm able to now make sense with my father's erratic behavior. Even if he's too old and stubborn to explain why he does things the way he does. This definitely threw a curveball to making friends. With the practice of "do me a favor and I'll get back to you." (eventually) more prevalent with a lot of people I've interacted with. Looks like any future friends I meet, I'll have to show them the culture in intimate detail if they're going to visit often. Which is something that I know friends do, stopping by a lot (sometimes unannounced.) August 10, 2019 Reply Dwight shrutte In canada we argue to who gets the bill after eating in a restaurant August 10, 2019 Reply Pim De ridder Japan no #1 I want to go! August 11, 2019 Reply Catherine Benlot feels like i wanna migrate to japan August 11, 2019 Reply Mattan172 coco is the real star of this vid August 12, 2019 Reply M Turns out we are all human. Love your vids Paolo!!! August 14, 2019 Reply 3veggetta I'm new to your channel but was wondering where you are from, of course in America offering to pay for food for someone is seen as being gracious. August 14, 2019 Reply BOBO MO We have same surname do u came from ph? August 15, 2019 Reply DeAlpha 369 Does Paolo has a Filipino blood in him? because his culture reference is lol August 16, 2019 Reply joaquim Rodriguez To bad the Japanese are slowly losing their culture, an traditions pretty soon they'll start eating sugary donuts an cereals for breakfast. yuck! August 16, 2019 Reply Robert Edwards I would have loved to learn the meaning behind the dishes for the New Year’s meal. We Jamaicans (I live in US) have standard dishes for New Year’s, but these dishes generally have some symbolic significance. Is this the case in Japan? Why yellow tail, for example, and not tuna (or some other kind of fish)? Why so much mochi? I’m hungry for details over here, lol. It’s still a great video. Thanks for sharing. August 16, 2019 Reply Ken Pang haha just realized the person in the day in the life of the mechanic shop is Maiko's sister August 17, 2019 Reply Issam Azaryah 10:17 Paolo was betrayed by his dad-in-law August 17, 2019 Reply j Rod Beautiful culture. August 18, 2019 Reply marbletrouble Maiko: resting bitch facei feel ya sis August 18, 2019 Reply tschernobylboy Asking for a friend, "What is the sister's Instagram? " August 18, 2019 Reply Camui Hideaki Yo, your wife is being a bitch! August 19, 2019 Reply Yu Studios I've been watching your videos the last few days non-stop and have learned SO much about Japan. You dive right into the authentic moments and translate everything so well. THANK YOU FOR SHARING ALL THESE AMAZING VIDEOS! August 19, 2019 Reply Zishawn Malik Man this house looks so nice but there’s SOOOOOO much stuff. But holy shit the house is big and nice August 19, 2019 Reply warren lancaster Ok Japanese people keep eating your traditional food , it looks very healthy throw the donuts and other western food In the bin it’s basically garbage. August 22, 2019 Reply Son Goku In P.R. y you want to pay, parents are ok. Or depending on how they raised you, expected. And usually, depending on how you were raised, if you are the daughter or if it's your wife is expected to help in the food preparation and clean up. August 23, 2019 Reply Joe Fou Maiko it's his girlfriend ?? August 23, 2019 Reply Rangsa Marak78 Where u from,bro August 23, 2019 Reply Ame Avary is Maiko her girlfriend? August 24, 2019 Reply Dhruva Shrestha Looks like her parents are pretty cool. August 24, 2019 Reply No Vids Challenge -_- This is really messed up who doesnt like free money? August 24, 2019 Reply enting bascones Japanese ka Bai? Pinoy accent mu… August 25, 2019 Reply dipp bunn In my culture if I'm offering to pay for groceries, they will gladly accept and instantly add more items in the cart.. 🤣 August 25, 2019 Reply Kimberly Venesky this is so cool. in the U.S., new year’s feels like a secondary holiday to Christmas since they happen so close to each other. usually New Year’s is more of a romantic holiday for couples than a family holiday. people travel to cities to watch huge fireworks displays and kiss their partner when the new year starts. we don’t have any food traditions for new year’s, other than people getting drunk on new year’s eve lol August 25, 2019 Reply Milan Marten Your voice sounds like B.J. Novak (Ryan in The Office). August 25, 2019 Reply Athena G Are u a pinoy blood? August 25, 2019 Reply David J Thank you for sharing! Love the vido August 25, 2019 Reply EDC Official I'm from the UK. Our culture is very simple and easy, just drink tea and moan about the weather. You're set August 25, 2019 Reply wren 22 typically in the southern USA (dallas, texas) we have pot-luck dinners on holidays, where the host provide the main meat or meats and the guest each bring a side dish and/or dessert August 25, 2019 Reply lays kouhai In Greece we fight to pay August 26, 2019 Reply GFXLab I enjoy the fact that they just chill and watch TV like my family on New Years. Granted, our family watches sports and parades. I also am kind of happy that the old man is drinking Asahi lol, I doubted that japanese people actually drank that. The food though, looks like it would be the appetizer spread for my family. My mom cooks a giant Thanksgiving like meal. I've only just started helping my parents by paying for groceries and helping my mom cook. But, we all work together to make the holidays happen. August 27, 2019 Reply Iksz Ipszilon anoying music boring… August 28, 2019 Reply Kenji Reukin paolo what your nationality? August 28, 2019 Reply CHSwildcats19 "We've been eating all day" — sounds like Thanksgiving in America! LOL 😀Many holidays are just like that, people show love with food <3 August 30, 2019 Reply maria luz joanna soria I like your vids Paolo. You teach me more about Japan than my own Bro living there and married, too, to a Japanese! More great vids! August 30, 2019 Reply MarcianoRomano are u pinoy? August 31, 2019 Reply Bamang Tito no offence bro but that girl is rude 🙏🙏 don’t involve her in your videos anymore please she’s spreading lots of negativity in your comment section . September 1, 2019 Reply JasonQo Ty In the netherlands if you pay for someone's candy, let's say it's $0.50 you can expect them to ask you to pay that $0.50 back, even if it's months later lmao September 3, 2019 Reply Luka Vule Maiko is little wierd 😀 September 3, 2019 Reply Princess jaymi more about the altar !!!!! September 5, 2019 Reply Car Lover I just realised the sister is the on in the repair shop video September 5, 2019 Reply Car Lover I just realised the sister is the on in the repair shop video September 5, 2019 Reply Molly A. Block Awesome!!!!!! September 6, 2019 Reply El Loco Dart I am mexican, in my culture normally is the person with more money who pays. September 6, 2019 Reply DemstarAus Now that I'm a little older, and I've been working for a long time now, I sometimes pay for dinner with my parents when we go out. If it's a special occasion, like a birthday, then other people tend to pay, but other times, I like to repay… it's sort of like proving to my family that I can support myself. I don't think that's necessarily standard, I don't do it for a cultural reason, just what I think is right. Sometimes my dad insists on buying but we don't really have a system. If the situation is different and I'm out for coffee with superiors, I'll always offer to pay for their drinks, but again, sometimes they out-insist me and I have to just accept that! September 6, 2019 Reply SoSory new year = gaki no tsukai September 8, 2019 Reply Mohammadsaqib mansur If you pay it will. Be generous but you will not be allowed to pay cuz u r guest and guests are treated like guests. Simply u r not allowed to. Pay… Pakistan 🇵🇰 September 9, 2019 Reply Krip Rabha Reminds me a bit of sinchan/nobitas house😉 September 9, 2019 Reply Limitations I'm from Canada and if my boyfriend offered to pay, my Dad would be impressed by him. September 10, 2019 Reply Remmy Jr My culture when the bills is on the table, everyone look up to the sky. September 10, 2019 Reply Mohamed Blaiech just today I was in 2 fights over who's gonna pay the bill and Im happy that I lost them both. From Tunisia September 10, 2019 Reply Alabaster Soliloquy Wake upgo to kitchen for coffeeRandom guy is sitting at table, follows me around all day. September 11, 2019 Reply O.G Francis Great September 11, 2019 Reply Arkaprava Dutta I live in IndiaSo yeahSuper ok to pay They'll be all over you if you doAnd while you're at it get some extra for the rest of the month. Maybe some booze for the night too September 12, 2019 Reply Thunder Rhododendron In Ireland when the bill comes it usually goes; a) I'll get this this b) you will NOT. You got the bill 2 years and 67 days ago a)'Ah would you stop I did not and sure you bought me that jellybean in 2007 that I never paid you back for b) Give over now and take it. Here go on. Take it. thrusts money into fist a) ah stop it. You'll hurt my feelings now. Anyway, all this tea I need to go to the toilet. b) me too a) and b) do a Usain Bolt type sprint to the cashier to pay the bill on the way to the toilet. September 16, 2019 Reply OrpheusV3 Maiko is adorable September 17, 2019 Reply zain mudassir Day in life of a Yakuza September 18, 2019 Reply zz zz Great video. I would have also mentioned that traditionally this was celebrated at the beginning of the Chinese Lunar New Year, but that the Japanese, unlike other Asian countries, have moved their traditional celebration to the Gregorian New Year. September 18, 2019 Reply Wild Wilder Yo When I heard the word japanese Porn🤗👍👇 September 22, 2019 Reply Dada Kun Thank you for uploading this video, I always watch your videos.and i came up thinking that Paolo is Half Filipino.Very nice, im from the Philippines but currently here in Japan September 22, 2019 Reply speedboy6776 I love how Paolo is just like, welp, guess we're just watching TV today lol. September 24, 2019 Reply coolkid 98 in our culture, if you're invited to a dinner or lunch, it's not nice going empty handed, not a must, but you ought to bring some groceries or food September 24, 2019 Reply Vanilla In my country everyone just pays for their own stuff. If someone offers to pay for something though, I'll just politely accept it, I don't like fighting about those things, it seems pointless. September 24, 2019 Reply Mrad338 If I don't pay, I don't eat😂 September 25, 2019 Reply WhiteDragonDancer I think they were pissed because of that camera pointed at them at important day. That payment stuff was basically last drop. Especially Maiko looks pissed a lot. And her dad. I feel bad for you. I think it will be the first thing which will be fired towards you at divorce.But I dont think divorce comes to play any time soon, at least as long as you have money, she will be with you. After you lose them, she will leave you for someone less broke who will piss her less (maybe). I have really bad feeling from this video. September 29, 2019 Reply Ak- Gaming In our culture ,ila khalas 3lik chi wahd 3ker lia 😂 September 30, 2019 Reply Dj1219 I just wanna know, are your Filipino? October 2, 2019 Reply John joe Make more of this.. And your family too.. Love all of your vid mahn… October 3, 2019 Reply Razia Sultana Do boring October 4, 2019 Reply Johnny Blazem Lazy bastards October 4, 2019 Reply Nyfee this seems so nice. wish i could experience something like this. such a nice family, nice environment, nice traditions. looks sooo nice! October 4, 2019 Reply gota pyon It's new year but soooo quiettttt… October 4, 2019 Reply marsal 79 🤣🤣 turn on englisch subs when they speak japanese. October 4, 2019 Reply Beto.j navarro100 😂 this video is funny, from me being in the USA, for me it’s important to help in anything I can and I like do it. But as in all cases everybody does their own thing 😂 October 5, 2019 Reply Beto.j navarro100 I enjoyed this video good job 😂 October 5, 2019 Reply Clara Derrick Here in the US. I was taught you never go to anyone’s home without bring a couple is dishes for a get together. Also, for New Years, we have black eyed peas, cabbage and corn bread for the New Year. I for go the black eyed peas and go with the cabbage and corn bread. I serve this about an hour after New Years. Some serve for breakfast or lunch. For dinner I usually serve ham,collard greens with smoked turkey legs cooked in it, potato salad, brisket, smoked chicken quarters, baked beans, mashed potatoes, green beans with some ham in it, Mac and cheese, and family and friends bring dishes they are good at making. My daughter inlaw makes a really good rice pudding and a really yeast rolls. October 8, 2019 Reply Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. 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