emmymadeinjapan – Net Worth, Husband, Divorce, Age, Wiki

emmymadeinjapan (real name – Emmy Cho) is a Chinese-American YouTuber and Instagram celebrity who is best known for taste tests of foods from various countries. Her viewers send packages of their favorite foods and Cho tastes them and teaches her audience about them.

Biography

Cho was born on July 17, 1982, in California, USA.

For a while, Emmy worked as a teacher in Japan.

YouTube

Emmy started her YouTube channel on November 11, 2010, when she was living in Japan. On her YouTube channel, Cho films herself sampling food from all over the world sent to her in packages by her audience. 

According to the channel bio:

”I make and taste foods as well as sample treats sent to me from viewers all around the world.”

In her videos, Emmy explains the tastes, the textures, and the smells of the food. Her most popular video is titled – ”RAINDROP CAKE Recipe Mizu Shingen Mochi – You Made What?!” It has over 5.9 million views.

She has tasted food from Arizona, Estonia, Canada, Romania, Russia, Japan, Germany, Slovakia, and more. 

Currently, her channel has over 1.86 million subscribers and over 362 million views.

In 2013, she was one of 30 winners chosen in the YouTube NextUp Competition. Cho received $4,000 worth of production as well as a $3,000 cash prize.

On April 5, 2014, Cho started a secondary channel (emmymade). It is ”the place where I post about stuff I make.” This channel has more than 180,000 subscribers and over 26 million views.

Husband

emmymadeinjapan is married to a man that she calls Papa.

Children

Cho has two children.

Divorce

Some people speculate that emmymadeinjapan is divorced, however, Emmy has managed to keep her personal life private, and there is no information regarding this matter.

Trivia

Cho was never dramatic about the foods she has tried, even if she absolutely hates it.

The reason why her YouTube channel name has “Japan” in it is due to the fact that Emmy first started the channel while living in Japan.

Emmy refers to her subscribers as the Emmy League of Adventuresome Eaters.

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In her first video, Emmy has tasted a Japanese candy.

Her first viewer to send her food to taste was from Germany.

Cho has also tried space food as well as military rations.

Emmy admitted that it is not possible to make a YouTube video of every package she receives.

Cho has a brother who occasionally appears on her Instagram account.

Other famous female YouTubers are Heidi Somers, Valkyrae, and Olivia Jade.

emmymadeinjapan – Net Worth

Emmy earned most of her wealth from sponsors and ads on her YouTube channel.

Both her channels have over 388 million views, meaning about $800,000 in revenue, before taxes. Cho also worked as a teacher. Therefore, emmymadeinjapan has an estimated net worth of $0.5 million.

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7 thoughts on “emmymadeinjapan – Net Worth, Husband, Divorce, Age, Wiki”

  1. My hats off to Emmy. I love her personality and willingness to
    try darn near ANYTHING!
    She makes my day in this crazy world of so much bad news.
    She is only good news and fun through cooking and tasting
    food.
    Her show is done very professionally and I enjoy her comment
    of “so stinking cute” or “so stinking delicious.” Good and clean language is a gigantic plus.

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  2. I love watching Emmymade she is bubbly so down to earth and very calming to watch in times that are so stressful and depressing every time you turn on the tv. I love both her testing products and cooking made easy as I call it. She has such great descriptions of each item she taste it’s almost like you can taste it with her. I hope that she has continued success for many years to come. 🙂 A happy viewer

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  3. Love all Emmy’s videos! They’re like short stories. There’s a beginning, a middle and surprising endings! Right now in a world full of uncertainty, Emmy’s a bowl of bright, sunshiney yellow jello!!! Thanks Emmymade!!!! ☀️😊

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  4. My first “emmymade” experiment was fluffy souffle pancakes. I’ve since discovered a number of Japanese, Korean, and other variations, but hers was the most fun and the most likely to succeed.
    I’ve also tried a couple others and can’t wait to continue the adventure.
    PS: The pancakes turned out fine–I’m going to make more!

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