(AIKO) Hello, world! Where I’m from in Japan, this is a place where you learn how to drive. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ Shin, next course same time here. Daddy, stop that! Help me! (SHIN) I did it! (GREG) Go, go, go! (AIKO) Up the hill. No hands! Ha, ha! Ow! You can only go on this, this, this. I have to give this to the man. This map shows the course. (GREG) What did you write on there, Aiko?
(AIKO) I wrote my name. (GREG) Free?
(AIKO) Yeah. (GREG) Oh.
(AIKO) And then you give it to the men. (GREG) In Japanese, what would you call them? (SHIN) They are not called anything. (GREG) If you’d say “Hey, hey, hey, you, over there”,
what would you say in japanese? (SHIN) “Ojisan”. (GREG) And what happens if you don’t follow the directions,
what do the “ojisans” do? (SHIN) “Kochi desu yo”, and that means “it’s this way”. (GREG) So, what did you guys fail to do here? (AIKO) Um, the people were trying to cross, but we went. Actually, move back. Move back.
(GREG) Hey! It’s green light, green light! Let’s go! You can give a boost. You ran a red light. (AIKO) Yeah.
(GREG) Why? (AIKO) I was waiting too much. (GREG) OK. So here it’s turning red. And then you decided to go? (AIKO) It’s yellow. (GREG) Why are you sitting in the middle of the intersection?
I told you you gotta go! Look. You’re in the middle of the intersection! (AIKO) Yeah. These are all the street signs of the whole world. (GREG) Those look like just Japanese street signs. (AIKO) Nope. They are from the whole world. This means it’s for bikes. This means only 50. (GREG) That means, uh, lava is jumping down. (AIKO) No, no, no.
There might be rocks coming off. (GREG) Oh! Then, rocks. What do you think about the traffic park? (AIKO) It’s fun. It’s like a little mini course. Like you have your own, um, traffic lights, and then you stop, and then like, there is like a real car. And then it’s like so fun. (GREG) Are parents allowed on the course as well? (AIKO) Yeah. (GREG) And can they ride the bikes? (AIKO) No. If, um, you guys come to, um, Japan, And then, if you find this park, you should go. It’s so fun. Do you have a traffic park where you’re from?
See you next time. Bye. (GREG) Shin, what does “tomare” mean? How come you stopped? Does the “tomare” sign mean “stop”? That’s why you stopped? You’re crazy. You can move now. Stop touching the sign and you can move.