Get a Taste of Canada’s Japanese-Style Hot Dogs

Get a Taste of Canada’s Japanese-Style Hot Dogs

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Noriki Tamura grew up in Japan dreaming of one day starting his own business overseas. Then in 2005, he moved to Vancouver, Canada, and noticed hot dog carts on every corner. He knew he needed to spice up the market with some new flavors in order to stand out as top dog. Thus was born Japadog, a hot dog stand with a twist, featuring traditional Japanese flavors like radish, bonito flakes and nori. Business took off, and now Japadog has grown to eight food stalls, two restaurants and one food truck. By combining Japanese and Canadian food cultures, Noriki is serving up the best of both worlds.

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33 Comments

  • Nat UwU on February 20, 2020

    They could have handle the name better, just saying 😉

  • Sabrina on February 20, 2020
  • Pretty Pink Cream Puff 144 on February 20, 2020

    Omg that's the Designer Outlet near the airport here in Vancouver

  • Johnnie Bee on February 20, 2020

    sounds racist imo

  • Bryan ! on February 20, 2020

    Whaa ? Im Canadian and didnt know about this. Cool. And thank you !

  • Little Katipunero on February 20, 2020

    Great. Now I am craving for some Japanese hot dogs now… Too bad I don't have any restaurants in my neighborhood that sells them.

  • COCKSUCKA COMMANDA ™️ on February 20, 2020

    Race Mixers. Bunch of genes squishing up to each other to make a morbid monster.

  • Tr. Da. on February 20, 2020

    I almost thought the video was going to spit some rhymes when the video started 🤣

  • Adam Oliphant on February 20, 2020

    Please open one up in Guelph, Ontario. It's a town that loves this kind of fusion cuisine.

  • Th_yme on February 20, 2020

    I live in Vancouver this is the best thing in the world like eating heaven.

  • Prudence Ray on February 20, 2020

    Look delicious.

  • ShadowsHeat on February 20, 2020

    Poutine ones?

  • Ariff Daniel on February 20, 2020

    ittarekimassseee

  • Erzio • on February 20, 2020

    First 5 seconds sounds like a Song

  • thaiduong99 on February 20, 2020

    Who here LIVES in Vancouver

  • Henry Ettoit on February 20, 2020

    Liberals everywhere: iS tHiS cUtURAL ApproPriatioN????1

  • n1xen on February 20, 2020

    You have lived in Canada ever since 2005, but you still can't speak english? That's embarrasing.

  • JOHN CENA on February 20, 2020
  • Bình Thị Thái Huỳnh on February 20, 2020
  • J C on February 20, 2020

    Theyre good….😋

  • Ashsaloft on February 20, 2020

    this is what i would say…….

    the man of culture

  • Rikka Takanashi on February 20, 2020

    Not only are the hot dogs good but there’s also a variety of takoyaki there, and it’s delicious ^•^

  • David Chiao on February 20, 2020

    the price of a hot dog sells for 7 bucks CAD, dang no wonder they can expand so quick

  • k on February 20, 2020

    :0

  • 神崎オレンジ on February 20, 2020

    1:07 love meat
    ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

  • Hunter Beck on February 20, 2020

    Funny that immediately before clicking this video I thought to myself "If I were these people, I would call it a Japadog".

  • PJ Arce on February 20, 2020

    Their fries are also extremely delicious. I go to downtown Vancouver maybe once a month and eat a kurobota dog with butter and shoyu fries. Extremely tasty

  • Min Yang on February 20, 2020

    It is so gooood

  • N N on February 20, 2020

    Hot dogs arent Canadian culture

  • weaselmaster98 on February 20, 2020

    been a few times. Actually pretty mediocre.

  • Cinnamon on February 20, 2020

    – Hotdog is created by German immigrants…
    – German immigrants in USA
    – It's Japanese style
    – It's sold in Canada

  • Seiyuōkami Himura on February 20, 2020

    Those are the scariest dogs I've ever seen. It's like someone took all the good parts of Japanese foods, and slapped it with a weiner.

  • Da Duck on February 20, 2020

    hottodogu

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