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SMG4: The Japan Trip is the twelvth episode of Season 9 and the four hundred and ninety overall to be uploaded by SMG4.

This is the fourth episode of the The Anime Arc. It was aired on April 6, 2019.

Synopsis

SMG4 and friends spend a day in Japan... but things don't go exactly as planned.

Plot

Looks like the last 50 temples we looked at.

—Bob

The video begins with Luke and Kevin Lerdwichagul advertising the video sponsors, with was Raid: Shadow Legends along with Kevin and Mario doing some gameplay. The trio eventually got into the details of the game with Luke turning into his blooper self and Kevin changing into Fishy Boopkins.

The actual video begins with Saiko Bichitaru showing of one of the most famous temples in Japan to SMG4, Boopkins, and Bob. As SMG4 takes a picture, Bob then says, "Looks like the last 50 temples we looked at." causing Saiko to kick him and tell him to appreciate her culture. Boopkins then asked Saiko if they can go to Tokyo City with Bob joining in, saying that they're only in Japan for a day and that he wants to see some "anime waifus". Saiko then said they could, only if one of them pulls the cart. Bob and Boopkins got in almost immediately, leaving SMG4 to pull the cart and for him to shout, "Goddammit!"

While on the road, Bob continuously whips SMG4's shoulder, telling the "horsey" to go faster. Fishy then thanks Saiko for showing them around Japan and Saiko thanks Boopkins back for taking her all the way from the Mushroom Kingdom. Boopkins then says that if the anime ban doesn't get lifted, then he might live in Japan with Saiko saying that he should. At the moment, Bob then "pulls the last straw from" SMG4 by calling him a "fat man" and once again tells him to speed up, causing the now triggered Youtuber to ground-pound the pulling stick to send Bob flying into a building and interrupt a Chargin' Chuck and a Coin Coffer's game by accidentally destroying their game table and game. Angered, the Coin Coffer and Chargin' Chuck hurl Bob out the building, causing him to land in a truck near SMG4, Boopkins, and Saiko.

The duo then arrived still angry at Bob with the Chargin' Chuck threatening to kick his butt. Saiko then apologizes and says they'll pay for the broken game. However, when Bob sees an anime banner, it distracted Saiko to say that they're near Akihabara, the anime town. Boopkins and Bob get excited upon hearing that, causing Bob to hurl the Coin Coffer and Chargin' Chuck away as he and Boopkins make a mad dash, dumbfounding SMG4, and Saiko.

In Akihabara, Boopkins then says that this is the best day of his life, pleasing SMG4. Bob then alerts the gang of the hundreds of "2D ladies" posted on banners and buildings causing him and Boopkins to explore, slightly crazy-like as SMG4 and Saiko happily walk through. Boopkins then rushes into an anime store and sees that it has all his favorite manga, SMG4 is taking notes in his meme book about a dog doing tricks on Japan Probe T.V., and Bob sitting in a chair surrounded by 2 twerking maids in a maid cafe simply saying, "This is hot."

As Saiko is comparing herself to a cardboard cutout of an anime girl, a Monty Mole then sees her and gets extremely close to her face saying, "Oh my god, she looks so realistic!" Saiko then kicks him away saying that she is real, causing the Monty Mole to apologize, saying that he thought she was one of Mr. Axol's creations. Not knowing who Axol is, the Mole shows Saiko through a window where they can see Axol signing anime related stuff given by a Sprixie, a Bob-omb, a Blooper, and a Galoomba with his Inkweaver while surrounded by fans. Boopkins then pushes the Monty Mole out of the way and sees Axol (who Bob also doesn't know as that he thought it was a type of deodorant brand). Boopkins then says that Axol is the most famous Japanese comic artist in the whole world and that his comic series, Nova Explorers, is one of the highest selling comics of all time. Unfortunately, Bob wasn't listening as for the fact he was trying to make out with a nearby Birdo who simply shot him instead.

Axol is then seen telling his fans to hand him their stuff faster when Boopkins walks up and proceeds to talk to him, only for Axol to sign his head and make off causing Boopkins to assume that he's busy. SMG4 then proceeds to get through the crowd to talk to Axol, but the crowd wouldn't budge. As Axol finishes signing Yoshi's and a Bully's items, he then increases the size of his Inkweaver and begins drawing an anime businessman and a high-school woman before bringing them to life, commanding the two to dance, shocking the gang and causing Bob to want Axol to draw him some "waifu babes". Eventually, the businessman and high-schooler fainted and disintegrated after a while, which caused Axol to declare that he must leave. The gang then chases after him and sees him in a corner drawing a Snorlax and asks him to take him to the train station. The Pokémon happily obeys and flies off, resulting in the gang chasing him.

SMG4 then sees some rope and proceeds to make a slingshot by tying its ends on some posts with himself, Boopkins, and Bob as the ammo and Saiko pulling the rope. She then let go, causing the three to fly, but SMG4 crashes into a sign, Bob crashes into Jay, and Boopkins would've gotten to Axol if a train didn't hit him on his way. As the Snorlax disintegrated, Axol got to Akihabara Station and summoned a Naruto Thomas the Tank Engine. The gang ran up to him, but he proceeded to drive away with the gang hanging on tight behind. Axol then jumped off at his stop (possibly Hibiya Station) while Thomas crashes into a possible dead-end, hurting them.

At an extremely crowded train station, SMG4 sees Axol headed for the stairs, but the path is blocked by all the people there. As such, Saiko then proceeds to pull out her hammer and knock the crowds of people out of the way, killing them. As a policeman sees the bodies of dead people being stacked up in front of a Doutor coffee shop, he demands to know who is killing them so as such, Saiko hides her hammer behind her back and pins it on King Dedede (who was getting a soft drink at the time), causing the policeman to arrest him. As the gang rushed up the stairs, Axol entered his home and summoned a guard to protect it.

Boopkins wanted to see him, but SMG4 warned him of what could happen as a Waddle Doo demonstrated. The Waddle Doo wanted his "senpai" to notice him while holding a paper flower, but the guard then punched him into the sky, scaring Boopkins into wanting to quit. Bob then says he has a plan, but when he walks up to the guard, a sky-blue energy surrounded him causing Bob to go the other direction and ruin his plan. Saiko then says she needs to know how Axol bring anime to life when SMG4 has an idea: SMG4 and Boopkins would pretend to be assistants of "the most famous manga writer of the Mushroom Kingdom: Bobu-san" while Bob would be the said person and Saiko would be the "beautiful anime sculpture" he made. While the guard wasn't convinced, Axol was and he invited the gang inside.

In his house, the sink was jammed with dishes with two unfinished cup-ramen next to it with newspapers and manga on the floor as SMG4 and Bob pointed out. Bob then introduced Axol to his "bitches", much to SMG4 and Boopkins' displeasure. However, Axol was extremely impressed with their "beautiful anime sculpture", but eventually got so close that Saiko once again attacked. Axol then wanted to know how Bobu-san got a "living anime creature" saying that his creations were mindless idiots who die in just a few minutes. The gang then admitted the truth saying who they really are and Boopkins mentions the ban of anime back home much to the shock of Axol. Saiko then proved it by showing news report of the A.S.S., Swagmaster69696969696, and Chris going up against the Anime Cartel led by Francis while a man was imprisoned in a cell on her phone. As such, Axol decides to help the gang lift the ban of anime with the help of his Inkweaver saying that they'll show them the joy of anime. While everyone else stands dumbfounded, Boopkins asks if Axol is great as the episode ends.

Characters

Main Characters

Supporting characters

Minor Characters

Cameos

Opening advertisement only

Continuity

Trivia

  • Excluding the opening advertisement, this is the first time Mario is absent from a non-Guards N' Retards video since SM64: The BattleToads Justice Crew. This is because he was not sent to Japan like SMG4, Saiko, Fishy Boopkins, and Bob were and stayed behind to make money for the Anime Cartel. Unfortunately, Meggy forced him against his will to participate in the Splatfest.
  • Axol is the first original character introduced in 2019.
  • Axol would have probably stopped at Hibiya station. This is in reference to the fact that the Akihabara metro station is on the Hibiya Line of the Tokyo Metro, and the station seen where Axol got off at had a sign saying about an interchange with the Yurakucho line. Hibiya station is one of the two stations on the Hibiya line to interchange with the Yurakucho line (although commuters would have to go to Yurakucho station to do so because Hibiya and Yurakucho are only connected to each other, and not at the same station.)
  • This is the fourth video to only focus on Mario (who doesn’t appear in this video), SMG4 and the modern characters rather than the classic characters. The first being SMG4: If Mario Was In... Splatoon 2, the second being SMG4: Mario's Big Chungus Hunt, and the third being SMG4: Mario's Lemonade Stand.

References

  • Death Note: At home when Axol is busy at work he's standing/sitting on his chair like L.


v - e - d The Anime Arc
v - e - d
Blooper Guide
Season 1
Overall Episodes 1 to 10 Episode 1: The Cake Is a Lie! · Episode 2: Dreams · Episode 3: Flashbacks · Episode 4: Time Freeze · Episode 5: Mario's Guide to Defeating Bowser · Episode 6: Blooper Problems · Episode 7: Just Like Any Other Day · Episode 8: Quest for a Console · Episode 9: Have you seen this Polygon? · Episode 10: A Painful Day in the Paper World
Overall Episodes 11 to 20 Episode 11: An Adventurous Drive · Episode 12: A Day Without Peach · Episode 13: Darkness Takes Over · Episode 14: Charming Peach · Episode 15: Luigi's Payback · Episode 16: Master of Fail Disguises · Episode 17: Mario Quits · Episode 18: A Random Day · Episode 19: Losing Your N64 · Episode 20: Bowser the Unhappy Fat Turtle
Overall Episodes 21 to 30 Episode 21: Enter X · Episode 22: The Land that Never Was · Episode 23: The Visitor (2011) · Episode 24: Account Loss · Episode 25: Restoring Normality · Episode 26: Mario at the Olympic Games · Episode 27: Brother Wars · Episode 28: Italian Kidnapping · Episode 29: Time Travel Tells · Episode 30: The Blooper Competition
Overall Episodes 31 to 40 Episode 31: 4 Clones 1 Italian · Episode 32: Crime Time · Episode 33: Scatman's Revenge · Episode 34: The Forgotten Door · Episode 35: Bloopception · Episode 36: Mission For Peach · Episode 37: Castle Jumping = Time Tavelling = Zombies · Episode 38: HALL 9000 · Episode 39: Hide and Seek · Episode 40: The Mystery of the Chest
Overall Episodes 41 to 49 Episode 41: WEEGEE Disease · Episode 42: Race for Golden Overalls · Episode 43: Luigi and the Haunted Castle · Episode 44: Brother Battles · Episode 45: The Lost Gems Part 1 · Episode 46: Toad Gold · Episode 47: The Lost Gems Part 2 · Episode 48: Super Hello Kitty Rollercoaster Tea Party 2!!! · Episode 49: The Lost Gems Part 3
Season 2
Overall Episodes 50 to 59 Episode 1 · Episode 2 · Episode 3 · Episode 4 · Episode 5 · Episode 6 · Episode 7 · Episode 8 · Episode 9 · Episode 10
Overall Episodes 60 to 69 Episode 11 · Episode 12 · Episode 13 · Episode 14 · Episode 15 · Episode 16 · Episode 17 · Episode 18 · Episode 19 · Episode 20
Overall Episodes 70 to 79 Episode 21 · Episode 22 · Episode 23 · Episode 24 · Episode 25 · Episode 26 · Episode 27 · Episode 28 · Episode 29 · Episode 30
Overall Episodes 80 to 89 Episode 31 · Episode 32 · Episode 33 · Episode 34 · Episode 35 · Episode 36 · Episode 37 · Episode 38 · Episode 39 · Episode 40
Overall Episodes 90 to 99 Episode 41 · Episode 42 · Episode 43 · Episode 44 · Episode 45 · Episode 46 · Episode 47 · Episode 48 · Episode 49 · Episode 50
Season 3
Overall Episodes 100 to 109 Episode 1 · Episode 2 · Episode 3 · Episode 4 · Episode 5 · Episode 6 · Episode 7 · Episode 8 · Episode 9 · Episode 10
Overall Episodes 110 to 119 Episode 11 · Episode 12 · Episode 13 · Episode 14 · Episode 15 · Episode 16 · Episode 17 · Episode 18 · Episode 19 · Episode 20
Overall Episodes 120 to 129 Episode 21 · Episode 22 · Episode 23 · Episode 24 · Episode 25 · Episode 26 · Episode 27 · Episode 28 · Episode 29 · Episode 30
Overall Episodes 130 to 139 Episode 31 · Episode 32 · Episode 33 · Episode 34 · Episode 35 · Episode 36 · Episode 37 · Episode 38 · Episode 39 · Episode 40
Overall Episodes 140 to 149 Episode 41 · Episode 42 · Episode 43 · Episode 44 · Episode 45 · Episode 46 · Episode 47 · Episode 48 · Episode 49 · Episode 50
Overall Episodes 150 to 157 Episode 51 · Episode 52 · Episode 53 · Episode 54 · Episode 55 · Episode 56 · Episode 57 · Episode 58
Season 4
Overall Episodes 158 to 167 Episode 1 · Episode 2 · Episode 3 · Episode 4 · Episode 5 · Episode 6 · Episode 7 · Episode 8 · Episode 9 · Episode 10
Overall Episodes 168 to 177 Episode 11 · Episode 12 · Episode 13 · Episode 14 · Episode 15 · Episode 16 · Episode 17 · Episode 18 · Episode 19 · Episode 20
Overall Episodes 178 to 187 Episode 21 · Episode 22 · Episode 23 · Episode 24 · Episode 25 · Episode 26 · Episode 27 · Episode 28 · Episode 29 · Episode 30
Overall Episodes 188 to 197 Episode 31 · Episode 32 · Episode 33 · Episode 34 · Episode 35 · Episode 36 · Episode 37 · Episode 38 · Episode 39 · Episode 40
Overall Episodes 198 to 207 Episode 41 · Episode 42 · Episode 43 · Episode 44 · Episode 45 · Episode 46 · Episode 47 · Episode 48 · Episode 49 · Episode 50
Overall Episode 208 Episode 51
Season 5
Overall Episodes 209 to 218 Episode 1 · Episode 2 · Episode 3 · Episode 4 · Episode 5 · Episode 6 · Episode 7 · Episode 8 · Episode 9 · Episode 10
Overall Episodes 219 to 228 Episode 11 · Episode 12 · Episode 13 · Episode 14 · Episode 15 · Episode 16 · Episode 17 · Episode 18 · Episode 19 · Episode 20
Overall Episodes 229 to 238 Episode 21 · Episode 22 · Episode 23 · Episode 24 · Episode 25 · Episode 26 · Episode 27 · Episode 28 · Episode 29 · Episode 30
Overall Episodes 239 to 248 Episode 31 · Episode 32 · Episode 33 · Episode 34 · Episode 35 · Episode 36 · Episode 37 · Episode 38 · Episode 39 · Episode 40
Overall Episode 249 Episode 41
Season 6
Overall Episodes 250 to 259 Episode 1 · Episode 2 · Episode 3 · Episode 4 · Episode 5 · Episode 6 · Episode 7 · Episode 8 · Episode 9 · Episode 10
Overall Episodes 260 to 269 Episode 11 · Episode 12 · Episode 13 · Episode 14 · Episode 15 · Episode 16 · Episode 17 · Episode 18 · Episode 19 · Episode 20
Overall Episodes 270 to 279 Episode 21 · Episode 22 · Episode 23 · Episode 24 · Episode 25 · Episode 26 · Episode 27 · Episode 28 · Episode 29 · Episode 30
Overall Episodes 280 to 289 Episode 31 · Episode 32 · Episode 33 · Episode 34 · Episode 35 · Episode 36 · Episode 37 · Episode 38 · Episode 39 · Episode 40
Overall Episodes 290 to 292 Episode 41 · Episode 42 · Episode 43
Season 7
Overall Episodes 293 to 302 Episode 1 · Episode 2 · Episode 3 · Episode 4 · Episode 5 · Episode 6 · Episode 7 · Episode 8 · Episode 9 · Episode 10
Overall Episodes 303 to 312 Episode 11 · Episode 12 · Episode 13 · Episode 14 · Episode 15 · Episode 16 · Episode 17 · Episode 18 · Episode 19 · Episode 20
Overall Episodes 313 to 322 Episode 21 · Episode 22 · Episode 23 · Episode 24 · Episode 25 · Episode 26 · Episode 27 · Episode 28 · Episode 29 · Episode 30
Overall Episodes 323 to 332 Episode 31 · Episode 32 · Episode 33 · Episode 34 · Episode 35 · Episode 36 · Episode 37 · Episode 38 · Episode 39 · Episode 40
Overall Episodes 333 to 342 Episode 41 · Episode 42 · Episode 43 · Episode 44 · Episode 45 · Episode 46 · Episode 47 · Episode 48 · Episode 49 · Episode 50
Overall Episodes 343 to 344 Episode 51 · Episode 52
Season 8
Overall Episodes 345 to 354 Episode 1 · Episode 2 · Episode 3 · Episode 4 · Episode 5 · Episode 6 · Episode 7 · Episode 8 · Episode 9 · Episode 10
Overall Episodes 355 to 364 Episode 11 · Episode 12 · Episode 13 · Episode 14 · Episode 15 · Episode 16 · Episode 17 · Episode 18 · Episode 19 · Episode 20
Overall Episodes 365 to 374 Episode 21 · Episode 22 · Episode 23 · Episode 24 · Episode 25 · Episode 26 · Episode 27 · Episode 28 · Episode 29 · Episode 30
Overall Episodes 375 to 384 Episode 31 · Episode 32 · Episode 33 · Episode 34 · Episode 35 · Episode 36 · Episode 37 · Episode 38 · Episode 39 · Episode 40
Overall Episodes 385 to 394 Episode 41 · Episode 42 · Episode 43 · Episode 44 · Episode 45 · Episode 46 · Episode 47 · Episode 48 · Episode 49 · Episode 50
Overall Episodes 395 to 396 Episode 51 · Episode 52
Season 9
Overall Episodes 397 to 406 Episode 1 · Episode 2 · Episode 3 · Episode 4 · Episode 5 · Episode 6 · Episode 7 · Episode 8 · Episode 9 · Episode 10
Overall Episodes 407 to 416 Episode 11 · Episode 12 · Episode 13 · Episode 14 · Episode 15 · Episode 16 · Episode 17 · Episode 18 · Episode 19 · Episode 20
Overall Episodes 417 to 426 Episode 21 · Episode 22 · Episode 23 · Episode 24 · Episode 25 · Episode 26 · Episode 27 · Episode 28 · Episode 29 · Episode 30
Overall Episodes 427 to 436 Episode 31 · Episode 32 · Episode 33 · Episode 34 · Episode 35 · Episode 36 · Episode 37 · Episode 38 · Episode 39 · Episode 40
Overall Episodes 437 to 444 Episode 41 · Episode 42 · Episode 43 · Episode 44 · Episode 45 · Episode 46 · Episode 47 · Episode 48
Season 10
Overall Episodes 445 to 454 Episode 1 · Episode 2 · Episode 3 · Episode 4 · Episode 5 · SMG4 Season 10 Episode 6 · Episode 7 · SMG4 Season 10 Episode 8 · SMG4 Season 10 Episode 9 · SMG4 Season 10 Episode 10


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