Trying Japanese “Emergency Food Rations”

When we first moved to Tokyo, Japanese dad gave us three boxes of emergency food rations (as well as a couple other freeze-dried foods) – to put in our “earthquake survival bag.”

Lucky for us, there hasn’t been a horrific natural disaster in the last couple years. So the food has gone un-eaten. Until now.
Our emergency rations are expiring soon, so it’s time to eat them and buy some more!

Special thanks to Shea for designing the intro! We’re going to be putting in new intros from time-to-time (just for fun), since so many of y’all have sent suggestions/clips/files. Thanks~

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