♪ I just want desserts ♪ ♪ Some Japanese desserts ♪ ♪ And everybody know ♪ ♪ I eat it when I sleep ♪ (upbeat music) – I know very little
about Japanese desserts. – I love desserts. – Japanese culture tends to be very detailed in what they do. – Very detailed. – So I’m expecting these
to be hella pretty. – So pretty. – Hella cute. – Aww.
– Oh my gosh. – This is too frickin’ cute. – [Both] Aww. – I want the green one. – Oh, okay. I wanted this one, so congratulations. – Can we look at this detailing? Like they have the seeds in
the middle of the flower. – The texture from the
mochi, and inside you get like that red bean coming
in, it’s like nice and sweet. – This is great. – Very good. – You know, it just had so much
care and so much tradition. – Yeah, and the color in yours. (sighing) – Oh shit. – Yes. – These look cool. – This is the cutest thing I’ve ever seen. – This smells kind of savory. – Right, it’s soy sauce-y. – Yeah, it smells like soy
sauce, it’s a little bit savory. – It tastes like pancakes. – It does taste like pancake. – Like a really good pancake. – I don’t care for this one as much. – Wait, this is really good. – I’m so into this. It’s sweet, but it’s
also got like this hint of saltiness, so it balances it all out. – What’s that? (gasps) – Oh.
– Shit. – It’s flubber. (both squealing) – I don’t want my human-ness
to destroy this artistry. – This would be a great Boomerang. – (smacking lips) Oh, it’s great. – It’s just the right amount of sweetness. And it’s light, so it’s not like too overwhelming to your palette. – Yeah, it tastes like wealth. Like I literally just got
like $2.5 million in my bank, and I’m gonna treat myself to fancy food. – [Together] Ooh. – They layers, the detail. – The bones. – It looks like a jello cake. – Aw, it’s a bird. It’s a Twitter bird. – Do you see a bird? I see a bird. – I see a bird and a sun. Woo, I don’t know, I hit
something and it was delicious. – It has like a very firm gelatinous feel, unlike the gelatin. – But then once you bite into it, it just softens immediately. – It breaks apart, yeah. – The agar part is
definitely very gelatin-y. – Yeah. – Like imagine a very thick jello. – I’m just not a jello lady. – I feel like we’re sleeping here in the U.S. on our dessert game. – All of these candies were delicious. – To me, every one was
like a different lover. – I think a lot of times
we can get a dessert, especially with cakes fondant and stuff, where it looks really cool, but it doesn’t really taste very good. – Honestly, that dango, I
think it changed my life. – Ooh yes, same. – It was so good. ♪ And we come ♪ ♪ To the end of the Japanese desserts ♪ ♪ And I can’t let it go ♪ ♪ It’s unnatural ♪ ♪ It’s unnatural ♪ ♪ It belongs to me ♪ ♪ It belongs to me ♪ ♪ I belong to it ♪ – [Woman in green] Me, me
says, they belong to me. – [Woman in red] They belong to me.