Inside a "regular" bakudan-yaki there were a quail egg, a small sausage, some seafood bites, corn, and red ginger... 10 ingredients to be exact. After they were "grilled" with a batter and into a ball, they were put in a box where some bonito flakes, a special sauce, and some mayo was poured on. When you order
There were all sorts of flavors/toppings for the bakudan-yaki. If you're not quite sure what or how to order, you can just point at one of these food models and the girls at the counter would tell you its official name and smile at you.
Everything looked very pink except for the bakudan-yaki. The girls were really cute and friendly.
I got one with mentai (fish roe) topping.
John got one with kare (curry) mayo topping.
OMG. They were so yummy! It was a cold day when we were there, and eating one of these bakudan-yaki made me feel warm and happy all over!
Ah, and isn't this the coolest thing: A Bakudan-Yaki combo. You can eat the bakudan-yaki and sip your Coke at the same time.