But then we saw this:
They were bone-in sausages!
Now that was just crazy! And we had to try it!
The shop was called "Kitchen Curtis," and we ordered their signature platter to share.
According to the posters from Curtis, the shop uses top-grade ham from Kamakura. I don't know the significance of its origin, but the meats were super yummy!
In the plate there were some smoked ham, seasoned fatty pork, and of course, the bone-in sausage (I believe they called it "Bone-in Frank.")
"Bone-in Frank" close-up.
The main purpose of the bone was for people to better grab the sausage for eating, I belive, plus it looked cool. The sausage was juicy and flavorful. It was probably the best sausage I've had for a long time!