YouTubers React To Japanese Commercials (Guess The Product Game)


– What the absolutely jeez
is going on here? – There is nothing in this video
that will give me a clue, so I purely just have to guess. ♪ (dramatic chord) ♪ – (FBE) So today, we’ve got
a classic YouTubers React episode for you.
– Ooh, classic? – (FBE) We’re going to be showing you
a series of commercials all coming from Japan.
– Ooh, hey! This is right up my alley. I go over a lot of anime,
otaku, and Japanese culture stuff and I know that
lots of weird commercials come out of Japan. – (FBE) So time, there’s a twist.
– What’s the twist? – (FBE) During each video,
we’re gonna pause right before they reveal what the product is
and we’re gonna see if you guys can guess
what the product is based on the commercial you just saw. – Okay, I can tell you already
that’s gonna be a big fat zero on the number score. – I’m just going in confident. – Yeah, because we make
product commercials every day. I’ve seen Japanese commercials though
and they never make any sense. – I’m excited but also curious. ♪ (singing in Japanese) ♪ – ♪ Buh buh buh buh buh ♪ – Hey, this is great. – I’m speechless. This is the most Japan thing
I’ve ever seen though at the same time. – Okay, food? – Maybe it’s a new restaurant opening. – ♪ (singing in Japanese) ♪ – (laughing) It’s a [bleep] egg. – (speaking Japanese) – Eggs? What are those? – What are those? Teeth? – ♪ (singing in Japanese) ♪ – They need to relax. – All I got was that
they were saying something along the lines of
“eat with your friends.” – This is for a new restaurant opening. Everyone’s really excited
for all of these new foods. – It’s totally for your teeth. Teeth whitener or toothpaste. – Silverware. – Eggs? – It’s a place. You go in and you just gobble. – I think it’s a microwave.
– Frozen food. – My guess is ramen.
– Cheese cake. – This is obviously a commercial
for a fast food chain. – A restaurant. The only reason why
I’m kind of pulling away from that though
is it’s nothing specific. It’s just a whole bunch
of random foods. (buzzer) – Okay, that doesn’t help. – What the [bleep] is that?
– Coffee? – I still have no idea what that was. – (FBE) These are actually
some sort of diet supplements or carb pills. – How were we supposed to get that? – I would have never guessed that,
even if it was in English. – Where were the diet pills? That just made me hungry. That’s a horrible commercial
for diet pills. – (speaking in Japanese) (screaming)
– (gasping) A pickle! – Is that a cucumber? – It’s Japanese Pickle Rick! – Another sweet beat here. – This is a scary place to pause. – That’s gonna haunt my nightmares. – If only I knew what
that mascot was for. I’ve seen it. – It’s gotta be
something with cucumbers. – I think it’s a foot thing,
like athlete’s foot or something. – Body wash. – An anime? – I’m a very literal person,
so I’m gonna go for pickles. – Panned asparagus. – Green produce. – Pickles. – I think it’s furniture just because
there’s a lot of furniture in the room. – I bet he’s giving her bad breath
because she ate pickles. He’s like a bad breath ogre.
– Oh! – So it’s for mint or gum. – It’s gonna be an ad for insurance
on how to protect against weird crazy burglars
coming into your house. (buzzer)
– (speaking in Japanese) – A phone?
– A carrier, right? (buzzer)
– Mobile phones? Of course! – (FBE) This is Biglobe,
a mobile phone company similar to cellphone networks
here in the U.S. – The phones didn’t appear
until the final half second. – Cell companies
here in the United States need to get with it! Start to make commercials like this
because I would switch carriers if I saw something like this. – (conversing in Japanese) (dog barking)
– (gasping) Rex? – Yeah, you don’t want
a German shepherd barking at you like that.
– Don’t put the girl in front! You are not a gentleman! – I have seen this one.
What was it for? (dog barking)
– Holy [bleep]. – This has got to be
a commercial for breast implants. – Where’s this going? – (laughing) – Oh, no. – The dude is reacting like I am.
– Oh, it’s an old man. – What?! Oh, my god!
That’s actually terrifying. – (snickering) This is the best! – I’m so glad they
revealed that was a wig because I was gonna say
that’s a bad wig. – I love this commercial
and I hope it’s for a wig company. – Is it for sushi? – Some anti-ID stealing software. – Pads that go in your bra? – Identity theft protection.
– Yeah, I thought security. – That weird bra that he/she had on. – Padding, bra padding. – I’m saying insurance.
– Yeah. – I’m gonna go with breast implants. – That’s an ad for Tinder. You really have to make sure
who you’re dating and not get catfished. (ding)
– Heck yeah! I feel like I saw one with sushi,
but I wasn’t sure if it was this one, so I got one. – (FBE) It is a sushi
delivering service. – Okay, what does that
have to do with a dog just barking his head off
and a gal throwing her wig? – I love the randomness
of this video in particular. I love how creative it is
and I love how funny it is. – ♪ (singing in Japanese) ♪ – Oh, my god. – (chuckling)
– Oh, this is sick. – Are those eagles? Birds? Hawks? – Oh, this is the song by the artist
Kyary Pamyu Pamyu. – (speaking in Japanese) – I wish I knew Japanese. – I love humanoid birds and staffs
just as much as the next guy, but what is this? – Let’s just pick a random thing.
We may be right. Tires. – Some sort of hair product that
would just keep your hair in place. – Coca-Cola? – An energy drink. – It was a ginormous thing of ramen
skirting across the floor. It’s ramen. – Staffs with swords in them. Or wands. – Jell-O.
– Some kind of weird store, like an antique store. – It’s for life insurance.
Show me life insurance, please. – KFC.
– KFC– (gasping) I’ve heard that
KFC’s very popular in Japan. It’s like a weird Colonel Sanders. – A car brand so you
can drive as far away from this monstrosity as possible. (ding)
– It’s ramen. – It’s ramen.
– I got it. – (cackling) – I had a feeling it was
whatever was on his pin, but I couldn’t– I was trying to see
the entire commercial, but it moved so fast. – (FBE) This was
an ad for UFO Noodles. – You know, I’m
not surprised anymore, but I just picked
the wrong random item. – They look tasty. I don’t know about
the whole beginning part, with the birds and stuff,
but the noodle shot looked great. ♪ (creepy music) ♪ – A lady comes out with tea.
Maybe it’s a new tea. Maybe it’s a new soft drink. – He’s smelling something. – (laughing) Ew! – (man sniffing)
– Oh, okay. – I don’t even care what this is for!
I’m heavily into it. Wait, can I do– (sniffing) (exhaling) No, more power to them. – It’s a shampoo commercial,
something about hair. – Vicks VapoRub?
– Nair hair removal. – Maybe it’s a perfume! – You going to go tea?
– I’m gonna go tea. – Let’s go tea! – Is it for coffee? – A nasal reliever. – A vacuum cleaner.
– Some kind of sinus thing. – A hair product for balding men. – Frozen turkeys from Japan. Everyone knows that’s
how you smell a turkey. – ♪ (singing in Japanese) ♪ – So just rice crackers? Rice crackers don’t smell good.
I hated that. – To be fair, senbei,
those rice crackers have a really strong smell,
but when I smell it, it’s not with the scent
of (sighing) it’s wonderful. It’s more like (snorting)
oh my gosh, that’s so strong. – (FBE) This was an ad
for a Japanese rice cracker. – Rice crackers.
You got me again! – What did the inhaling of hair
have to do with rice crackers? How would you get anything
advertised in Japan? – (couple arguing indistinctly) – Oh, Jesus Christ! – Have you got clowns in your closets? – (woman) I can’t do this!
– Oh, my god. (nose rattling)
– Oh, my god. – (woman) I’m ready. – ♪ (singing softly) ♪ (chuckling) I love this song.
I love Karen Carpenter. – This is the creepiest thing ever. He just comes up
and shakes his face at you. – What is the connection?
– It rattles. Why do they bite it?
– Why was he on a movie set? – He’s obviously
the mascot for something. Maybe he is the equivalent
of Ronald McDonald in Japan, so I’m going to say some fast food,
maybe a burger establishment. – Japanese McDonald’s–
and that was Japanese Ronald. – A soft drink that bubbles,
that make you happy. – Chocolate dessert.
– A jawbreaker. – There’s nothing in this video
that will give me a clue, so I purely just have to guess. Is it for Pocky? – I think this is a commercial
for one lamp, and it’s not even that bright. – I think it’s a hotel.
– Allergy medicine? – Oh, that’s a good guess. – Some sort of food
that resembles his nose, like maybe a tomato? – What makes life better?
– Some kind of– – Candy. It’s like a little candy
or something. – It’s a candy. – The [bleep] is that? – Energy gum or something? – What is it? Oh. – Oh, it’s snacks,
like a snack company. – (both) It’s candy! – We got it!
– Yes! – We did it. – (FBE) So this is an ad
for a gummy candy made by Glico, who
creates a variety of sweets, beverages, supplements, and more. – Why was Pennywise in a closet? What does that have
to do with gummys? – I got it, that people were upset
and then the clown was making them happy
and then she eats the nose, so I was like, it’s a food
that makes you happy, and it’s sweets. I get this because
I’m all about the desserts. – Now that I remember, Pocky
always had love-based commercials. They were just really weird. – (man gasping) – Okay, getting very Battle
Royale vibes from this. – (man whimpering)
– Whoa. – (man whimpering)
– Oh, god. – It’s poop! (laughing) – That’s actually a very
accurate representation of how we all act
when birds poop near us. – This is like a movie. – Oh, this is like
that scene in Toy Story. – They’re holding hands.
And they’re going into the fire. This is like Toy Story 3! – They’re in an oven.
They’re like food. They have to be. – I’m so invested into this. – Okay, extreme temperatures?
– Don’t sleep. – Where are they? – (speaking in Japanese) – Oh, my god. – (speaking in Japanese)
– What the absolute jeez is going on here? – (speaking in Japanese) – What?! Earthquake? Everything you’re
scared of, right here. – “Standing strong together.” – I think that all of them
are really tiny and they make up something big. – Okay, I can figure this out.
I can figure this out. Um, I’m not gonna figure this out. – Insurance of some sort? – I think it’s car coating.
– Like a windshield cleaner? – Maybe like an insurance company? – I was gonna say a mattress. – Maybe it’s something
that settles your stomach, you know, after you eat
something that upset it. Pepto Bismol. – Swimwear. I don’t know. They’re all in swimwear. – Some freezer food. – I’m gonna go with they’re
all hair follicles staying together. Like, “Hold on!”
– Done. – It’s a hair product.
– We figured this one out. – This is going to be
a commercial for therapy. This is like go see a therapist
because this could be you and everyone’s
standing strong together because they’re
all in therapy together, trying to figure out why their lives
have turned to getting [bleep] on and burned alive. – Wine. Bringing people together
after a hard day. – (voice-over) Tsuruya, roofing tiles.
– That is genius. – (voice-over) …roofing tiles.
– Roofing tiles. Wait, I get it.
I like that one. – I love that they even had
an English narrator. As a giant F you,
say “roofing tiles,” you idiot! That’s the first good commercial. – (FBE) So Tsuruya is a roof
and tiling company for homes. – Yeah, and I regret saying
what I said for the inside of someone’s stomach–
now I sound weird and the Japanese
commercial looks normal, which is like, I’m not used
to that setting at all. – (FBE) Well, that was our last one.
How do you feel you did? – Um, horribly! I feel like Super Bowl
is the one opportunity where American commercials
can go a little nutty. I feel like it’s Super Bowl
every [bleep] day in Japan. – Guessing what products
these commercials are for is so difficult because
they’re so random. They’re super creative and sometimes
they have nothing to do with the actual product themselves. – If you want to win
at this challenge, you have to go to that side of YouTube
and dedicate a very long time to it. – Thanks for watching this episode
of YouTubers React. – There’s a lot of good creators
in this episode, so all of the links
will be in the description. Go subscribe to some of them. – What should we react to next?
Let us know in the comments. – Buh-bye! – Hi, guys, JC here,
a producer here at FBE. Thanks so much to all the creators
who came down to shoot with us. Make sure to support them.
Check them out. The links are down
in the description below. Bye, guys.

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  2. I was soooo happy to see Aki here!!!! I almost choke on my food tho. 😂 what a surprise.

  3. Here in Indonesia we have those Tobacco advert that never had anything to do with tobacco at all

  4. When you see that jacksepticeyes name is jacksepticeye on the text …bruh

  5. yo, I totally got the roofinng one! I recognized the sushi one, but couldn't quite remember

  6. i saw jacksepticeye and akidearest
    im already interested

    edit: garrett watts & ryan/morgan adams too oml

  7. The only reason I came for.
    Jack Douglas
    Jacksepticeye
    Ryland And Morgan Adams.
    Garret .

    YASSSS

  8. How can you mistake kappa with pickle. I can understand mistaking it with Pickle Rick but with ordinary pickle…?

  9. YASSSSSS JACK IS HERE I LOVE HIM HE IS SO CUTE AND HIS VIDEOS ARE AWSOME AND HIS CURVES ARE ON POINT BEATS ANY GIRL I HAVE EVER SEEN

  10. I have a feeling they just call in like 30 people,tell them to bring like 5 outfits and film a bunch of vida and make it seem like different days

  11. 7:23 “Have you got clowns in your closets?”

    Why yes I do!

    Then look no further than clown repellent!

  12. 0:33 Why do I feel like they put his name in all caps because he’s a loud YouTuber 😂

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