Monday, April 4, 2011
(Subbed) Drunken Momotaro Theater
桃太郎 Momotaro, or Peach Boy, is a famous Japanese folklore hero. A word "Momo 桃" means "peach" and a word "Taro 太郎" used to be a common boy's name.
You can find a cool interactive Momotaro story here.
The millet dumplings that appear in the story are called きびだんご kibidango (millet cakes). These are made like mochi (rice cakes) but instead of rice they use millet. They were really soft and covered with kinako (powdered soy bean).
焼酎 Soju is a clear, distilled alcoholic beverage manufactured in Korea. Soju has been around for many centuries and remains one of the most popular Asian alcohols, especially in South Korea.
Witness and enjoy Gaki members reenact this classic Japanese folklore tale.
(Subbed) GNT Drunk Momotaro Theater 01 by ShibataBread
(Subbed) GNT Drunk Momotaro Theater 02 by ShibataBread
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