I am not really a fan of takoyaki, but this shop suddenly appeared in front of me
on my way back to the hotel
I peeked in at these two young boys diligently cooking octopus balls at midnight and felt that
I needed to be supportive of today's hardworking youth. That, and I was really still hungry after
R.L Waffle Cakes and Gyuutan'ara. He he he.
There were quite a few varieties and I didn't know what to choose. After all, I was
just there to show my support. ;P
The boy pointed at this photo when I asked him which was the most おいしい .
"Oishii, this or this or this or this or this or this or this?" These were my most repeated
words the whole Tokyo trip. Lol.
I believe this was Gindaco's bestseller, the Original Takoyaki
The balls were crisp outside and very wet and gooey inside
Each ball also contained a chunk of octopus - the "tako" in the takoyaki.
I finished all four balls just to show encouragement. But honestly, I am still not a fan.
Gindaco 築地銀だこ has more than 160 locations in and around Tokyo.