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日本监狱的食物

What Japanese Prison Food is Like ★ ONLY in JAPAN

只有在日本
Only in Japan
欢迎来到网走刑务所 网走监狱
Welcome to the”Abashiri Keimusho, Abashiri prison”.
这所监狱
This one
现已停用改造成了一座博物馆
has since been retired and has been turned into a museum.
新监狱离这里有两三公里远
The new prison a couple of kilometers away.
但是,更重要的是
But what is great about this is
它使你对监狱内部有所了解
it gives you an inside glimpse
窥见日本监狱的日常生活
into everyday life at a Japanese prison
网走市位于北海道北部 面向鄂霍次克海
Abashiri is in northern Hokkaido on the sea of okhotsk.
因为它的监狱而闻名
It’s famous for its prison,
现在的这所监狱从20世纪80年代中期开始使用
this is the current prison which began operations in the mid-1980s.
这里都是判决较轻的囚犯 没有刑期超过八年的
Inmates have lighter sentences here not exceeding eight years
两公里外是开于1890年的旧网走监狱
A couple kilometers away is the old Abashiri prison opened in 1890
这里有全日本最严厉的刑罚
where the harshest sentences in Japan was served
夏季看起来暖和
Looks warm in summer,
然而到了冬季完全是变化无常
but the winters can be downright treacherous
二月平均气温是零下十度
when an average is minus 10 degrees Celsius in February
但它也因另一件事而闻名 不是吗
But it’s also famous for one other thing, right?
它提供真正的监狱伙食 真的食物!
it has real prison food real food
网走市是唯一一个你可以
Abashiri is the only place where you can
吃到与犯人一样的监狱食物的地方
try the same prison meals the inmates received.
请慢用 先生
Enjoy your meal, Sir
“监狱食堂”餐馆是你可以体验到一顿真正的日本监狱大餐的地方
The”Bangaichi Shokudo” diner is where you can experience a true Japanese prison meal.
它被认为是一顿神秘大餐
It’s considered a secret meal
因为在此之前只有高墙之内的人能吃到这种食物
because these meals were only eaten behind the walls until recently.
这些在监狱的自助餐厅里的人体模型
These manikins are inside the prison cafeteria
展示犯人过去是如何在轮班时吃午饭的
showing how inmates used to eat lunch between work shifts.
但是进餐一般都是在牢房里
But most meals were served in their cells
这个真好吃
This is some good eaten.
味增汤简直比我妻子煮的还要好吃
Miso soup is out straight better than my wife’s cooking.
那当然了
That’ll be sure.
她手艺太差了
yeah she was a lousy cook

这是现在正在运营中的监狱
This is the current prison in operation
他们的食物被带到他们的牢房里吃
in operation and their meals are brought to them and eaten in their cells
这里有专门的窗口供应饭菜
There’s a special opening to serve the meals.
一顿好的饭菜可以使监狱生活更好过一点
A good meal can make prison life a little more bearable
这是一个在监狱中价格更为昂贵的私人牢房。
This is a private cell much prized in the prison.
囚犯的食物就像这样 这让你不禁思考
The inmates eat like this makes you wonder
它是否比学校的午餐更加美味
if it’s better than school lunches
过去学校的食堂对于我来说很有特色
In a past episode I featured school lunches,
我惊讶于固定菜单的健康和营养
and I was surprised at how healthy and nutritious the set menus were
以及对热量能量摄取的关注
With attention paid to caloric intake for energy for
监狱里的饭菜同样如此 但是尝起来怎么呢 监狱食堂设有A和B两种套餐
The prison meals it’s the same, but how does it really taste the”Bangaichi Shokudo” has two prison meal sets available A and B
让我们进去找个座位吧
Let’s go inside and grab a seat
餐厅采用木质家具
The diner is made of wood
和原来监狱的自助餐厅一样有高高的天花板
with high ceilings like the original prison cafeteria
我同时点了两种套餐来试吃
I ordered both sets to try and the
工作人员正在烤鱼和准备菜肴
staff went to work grilling the fish and preparing the dishes
这是我先拿到的A套餐
Here’s what I got first meal set A,
秋刀鱼套餐
the Pacific saury or Sanma set
烤秋刀鱼是重点
The grilled saury fish the centerpiece
所以这是正宗的日本监狱食物
So this is authentic Japanese prison food,
这是在日本唯一一个你可以吃到监狱食物的地方
this is the only place in Japan where you can eat it,
并且你看见它
and you can see its
你吃的食物看起来真的很健康
It just looks really healthy you have
牟岐町白饭
The Mugi Gohan,
大麦米饭 味增汤和两种沙拉
the barley rice you have Miso soup you have two kinds of salads
当然你还有这条
And you have this piece
看起来很不错的秋刀鱼
of fish which is Sanma that looks so good
这个秋刀鱼
The Sanma or salary is crispy
外酥里嫩的
on the outside and tender on the inside
天然的油脂十分可口
natural oils giving a pleasing mouthful oh
秋刀鱼烤得很好
The Sanma is perfectly grilled.
它是盐腌的
It’s salted.
秋刀鱼的一侧
It has a side
还有一些搓碎的日本萝卜
of grated Daikon or Japanese radish too it
这些通常味道都很不错
Goes together really well Normally,
在监狱中 其实是没有味增汤的
there is no Miso soup at the prisons.
囚犯们用粗茶来代替
Instead inmates get a strong coarse tea.
不要吃鱼尾 除非你想试试
Don’t eat the tail unless you want to try
将医务室纳为你逃跑计划中的一环
The infirmary as part of your escape plan
但我知道日本因为饮食而出名
But I know in Japan is famous
它有一些世界上最好的食物
for its cuisine having some of the best in the world
但是如果这就是监狱食物
But if this is prison food
我可以每天都吃这个
I can eat this every day
在你开始认为日本监狱是温和的之前
Before you start thinking Japanese prisons are soft.
这是一天三餐的多样化安排表
Here’s the schedule three meals a day with a variety
这是三餐的样品 你能
And here are three sample meals can you
说出这三份中哪份是早餐、中餐和晚餐吗?拉面
tell which is breakfast lunch and dinner? Ramen.
咖喱饭 意大利面
curry rice, Italian pasta,
通心粉沙拉 炒虾和各种各样的
macaroni salad, fried shrimp and various grilled
烤鱼 这些构成了一个星期的样品菜单
fishes all make up a week sample menu
日程安排是非常严格的 只允许
The daily schedule is very strict allowing
有二十分钟的时间吃饭
for only 20 minutes to eat your meals
每天有很多工作
The days are filled with work
除了晚上睡觉前的两个小时
except 2 hours in the evening before bed
牢房里有黑白电视 一个日式床垫和马桶
Cells have black-and-white TV, a Futon and toilet
公共牢房更大一些 但是没有隐私
The shared rooms are larger, but without the privacy
它可能比你们国家的任何一所监狱更好
It may be better than a Penitentiary in your country,
但是这里的生活仍然艰苦
but it’s still a hard life
这是一份监狱食物 鲭鱼套餐
Here’s prison meal be the Atka Mackerel or”Hokke” set
鲭鱼是一种美丽的鱼 在日文中被称为“Hokke”
The mackerel is a beautiful piece of fish called”Hokke” in Japanese
水煮蔬菜和炸豆腐山芋
Boiled greens with fried Tofu mountain potato
和木鱼花
with dried bonito fish flakes
鲭鱼看起来和闻起来都很不错
The Hokke looks and smells fantastic
我喜欢鲭鱼因为它的骨头真的非常容易剔除
I like how you can take the bones off real easily
再说一遍 这鱼肉
But once again the fish is
真的很松软 它被烹调得很完美
just so so tender it’s cooked perfectly
所以我猜想 我们可以将它称为
So I guess we could say
最健康的监狱食物了
that this is some of the healthiest prison food
这可能就是它能成为全世界最好的监狱食物的原因?
Which might make it the best prison food in the world?
体验这里的监狱食物完全让我在一个时刻
Prison meal time is certainly a moment
产生了期望
I’d look forward to
假如是我曾经被囚禁在此处,靠近北海道北部的網走市还真的是个艰苦的地方
if I were ever incarcerated but Abashiri in North Hokkaido is a rough place
特别是在冬天 并且这里的囚犯都是
Especially in winter and the inmates here was some
高桥地区最凶恶的罪犯
of the hardest criminals in the country Takahashi-san,
你能帮我擦背吗?
can you scrub my back?
嘿 再往下一点
Hey keep it down in the back?
当你穿过桥
When you cross the bridge to
进入綱走监狱你的人生差不多就结束了
enter Abashiri prison your life was pretty much over
这个博物馆是日本最引人注目的地方之一
This museum is one of the most fascinating in Japan here
在于其监狱牢房的房子外形非常独特
at the building houses the prison cells has a unique shape
在它们汇聚的中心处
In the center where they all
是监狱安保人员的监视哨
connected was a lookout for the prison guards
所以从监狱的这个方向
So from this point
你能看见所有的五条长廊
in the prison you can see all five corridors
这样正在执勤的保安人员
So the security guard
有着很好的视角
on duty had a very good vantage point
绕过这些保安人员将会是非常困难的
It would be hard to get past the guards
除非你处于比他们还高的位置观察他们
unless you were this guy up there see him.
嘿 伙计 看这儿
Hey buddy up here
现在你看到的这个人叫白鸟由荣
You got a file That’s Yoshie Shiratori,
他是唯一一个曾经逃出
the only man to have ever escaped
网走监狱的人 事实上
from Abashiri prison in fact
他曾四次逃出日本的监狱
He had escaped Japanese prisons four times one
是日本最著名的非正统派人物之一
of the most celebrated anti-heroes in Japan
这里是他的牢房 这里的地板
Here’s his room his floorboards
被加固了 这样一来他便无法向下逃脱
were reinforced so he couldn’t go under
那么他是如何从牢房中逃跑的呢
So how did he escape from his cell?
一九四四年 他通过味增汤 让
In 1944 he rusted the handcuffs
牢房监视窗口上的手铐生锈
in cell inspection window with Miso soup
用味增汤中的盐削弱钢铁的强度
Weakening the iron the salt
使钢铁变得脆弱和易碎
in the Miso soup made the iron brittle and breakable
找准时机 他从屋顶上的一扇
When the time was right he broke free and climbed
破损的窗户中爬出 并顺利逃跑
through a broken window in the roof
白鸟由荣的故事本身就值得你去参观这家博物馆
Yoshie Shiratori’s story itself is worth a visit to the museum Yep,
我敢打赌你决不会想到味增汤还有这个作用
Miso soup brah bet you’d never think of that
监狱有许多独有的特色
The prison had many unique features
比如说这里的窗户是倾斜的 这样一来囚犯就只能看到牢房外的一面
like the windows which were slanted so inmates could only see one way
他们看不见保安人员走来
They couldn’t see the guards coming
在博物馆中有一栋房子
There’s a house in the museum with
屋内播放着电影和操作展览 它们能让你
movies and interactive exhibits that allows you to
真正地了解监狱的历史
really take in the history of the prison
我不能看到我在往哪里走了
Toddle I can’t see where I’m going well.
这反正不是在去见看守人的妻子
It ain’t to see the warden’s wife
不幸的是
unfortunately
是这里的囚犯们
It was the inmates who built
在明治时期建造了这条通往網走的道路
the road up to Abashiri in the Meiji era
由于残酷的计划时间安排 许多人
Many died in the forests cutting
在砍伐树木的过程中死在了森林里
down trees pushed at a relentless schedule
那些活下来的人能够在这条路的尽头
Those that survived had a home
的监狱中有一间居所
at the prison at the end of the road
同时这所博物馆也能让你
And the museum allows you to
试试自己有多大的力气
try these feats of strength for yourself
监狱博物馆中最引人注目的一个部分
One of the most fascinating parts
是其中的一个侧厅 在这里你可以进入崭新的监狱牢房
of the prison museum is a wing where you could enter new prison cells and
并亲身体验住在监狱中的感觉
Experience what the slammer is like for yourself
在你待在里面体验的那一会儿
Just make sure you keep the door open
记得确保你身后的门是开着的
behind you oh you may be there for a while
来体验一下监狱食物 并在监狱里停留
Come for the food and stick around for the prison
五到十个小时
for five to ten hours.
这就是了
That is
下次我们将会了解日本长寿的秘密
Next time we’ll learn the secret of long life
那里会有秘密吗,如果有,
in Japan is there a secret and if so will my
那位106岁的朋友会不会告诉我呢
106 year-old friend tell us I
我来到了鸟取辖区寻找答案
Traveled to Tottori prefecture to find out
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详细介绍日本监狱中犯人的饮食与生活

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