Japanese lad samples Wetherspoons’ delights for the first time and is blown away

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    A bloke from Japan had his mind blown by the mighty British institution of Wetherspoons when he tried it for the first time.

    Blogger Daichi Ishizawa headed down to Liverpool’s The Welkin, where he ordered himself a slap-up full English.

    In his 20s, he also ordered himself a cup of tea to wash things down.

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    Daichi, who has based himself on Merseyside, said the cuppa "tastes good and warm [him] up” as he went through each of the items on the iconic plate, giving his thoughts on every one.

    Cracking on first with a sausage doused in HP Sauce he said, in Japanese but with English subtitles, “OMG it's so good", before adding that the English sausage seems to come with more crunch than its Japanese counterparts.

    Impressed by what he had tried, the man from Motomiya in Japan’s Fukushima prefecture moved on to the next item.

    Sticking with the protein theme of his opening salvo he cracked on with the bacon as he heaped praise on British meat in general.

    It "is always good,” he said, “especially the chicken".

    Half a battery farm in his wake, he turns his attention to the carbohydrates, tucking into breakfast’s answer to roast potatoes – the mighty hash brown.

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    “Awesome,” he said, simply.

    Satisfied with Spoon’s deep-fried potato offering, he tucked into his beans and fried egg which each earned a satisfied lick of the lips for their efforts.

    Like all good reviews, it wasn’t all positive, with the infamously controversial black pudding earning an unappreciative “not good”.

    Offering some reflection on his very British experience, he said: "My ex-girlfriend from the UK told me that Wetherspoons was the place she wanted to take me to the most in the UK.

    "She used to tell me about it so I knew the name for a long time.

    "My favourite things about Wetherspoons are first, the prices, second, the quality and thirdly, the mobile order system.

    "Especially prices and quality are really good, some people told me it's frozen food, but it's still so good.

    "Also I can feel something like British spirit and culture from the pub, that I can't experience at McDonald's, Subway or anything like American food chains."

    He reckoned that Spoon’s provided a vibe that couldn’t be found in Japan’s bars, adding: "When it comes to prices and food quality, we have similar things in Japan, and maybe other countries have too, but we can't copy the atmosphere and I liked it so much."

    Describing what the project was all about he joked: "My vlog is about comparing the UK and Japanese culture, but mostly I just enjoy British food though.

    "Also, I wanna tell British people which Japanese restaurants are authentic.

    "I want to be a person who spreads good things about the UK to Japanese people."

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