You're gonna guess where this is from.
Fried chicken, fried chicken, fried chicken, fried chicken, fried chicken...
All right, open your eyes.
This is not what you call fried chicken!
Kids Try Christmas Food
Can I open my eyes?
Lobster? Lobster?! Lobster?!
I don't know what that is, and I don't wanna know.
I kinda see, like, little spikes.
It looks like there's eyes in here!
Give it a little bite. See what you think.
It feels like shrimp, and I love shrimp.
Don't get poked.
Hey! It's not alive, Justin.
Take a bite of your shrimp.
But those eyes are looking at me.
Is that shrimp?
Yes. Okay, nope, it's greasy. Okay.
I've seen my mom peel the shrimp a lot of times, so I'm gonna see if I can remember how to do it. So, okay, do that—and then I give up.
Why do you think people barbecue their Christmas meals in New Zealand?
To celebrate the birth of Jesus?
Is this meat or something?
What's it taste like?
It tastes like it's meat.
Oh, okay. So you chewed it, spit it out, and then you're chewing it again.
Sweet mama! A water, please!
This is Christmas still?
Where do you think it's from, though? What part of the world?
Japan? I hope I'm right for this one.
It's actually from a place called the Dominican Republic. You ever heard of that place?
The donkeys and the elephants. Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. I think Donald Trump's the elephant, and Hillary Clinton's the donkey.
No. It's called the Dominican Republic. It's the name of a country.
You can take this away now.
Why? Just because of the name?
No. Because I don't like it.
Yes! Yes! This is happening! This is happening!
Now open your eyes.
Is this...KFC chicken?!
Santa Claus! I'm not gonna eat the Santa Claus.
You can eat Santa.
My...my tummy's pretty big.
No, it's not. It's small still.
No, it's not. Look!
We're still doing Christmas food.
This is happening! Yes! This is happening! This is happening! This is happening! This is my favorite piece.
I wish your mom was here.
I wish my dad.
I am your dad.
Okay, I think... It's a brilliant country that eats chicken for Christmas!
A brilliant country!
So this is from Japan. This is what Japanese kids eat for Christmas.
They have to go to the other half of the world to just get this?
Yeah. We went to Japan this morning and got that chicken.
I'm gonna get really hyper after this.
Inside the cake, there's more strawberry.
What do you think about Japanese people eating fried chicken and cake for Christmas?
I think that's a smart idea.
Every time you say, "Japan rocks," I scoot it away from you.