Have you ever eaten Taiyaki ?
Taiyaki is a fish-shaped waffle-like cake stuffed with Anko(sweet bean paste) and one of the traditional Japanese sweets.
It literally means "a baked sea bream".
Tai = a sea bream (In Japan, it is thought that a sea bream is supposed to bring happiness)
Yaki = baked
You would be able to understand why Taiyaki has such a name if you see the shape.
Traditionally, Taiyaki stuffed with Anko, but over time, custard, chocolate, or more recently, cheese has been added.
I like Anko or custard.
If you get Taiyaki, you can enjoy twice: the looks and taste !
Please eat freshly baked Taiyaki !
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