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Tokyo Takoyaki Museum is located within the Decks Beach Shopping Mall at Odaiba Tokyo. The museum displays the history of Takoyaki which is a very famous food in Japan. Takoyaki is pieces of squid cooked in a crispy batter.

Tokyo Takoyaki Musuem has a number of Takoyaki stores so you can try freshly cooked Takoyaki. The first store you walk past on the left is the most popular with a large queue. There is a vending machine at the start of the queue which you select and pay for the type and number of Takoyaki you want. A ticket is dispensed which you hand over at the front of the queue.

Vending machine at Tokyo Takoyaki Museum

Last updated 21st January 2012

Tokyo Takoyaki Museum Odaiba

Tokyo Takoyaki Museum

The Takoyaki is cooked on large cast iron plates. First some batter is poured in, then a piece of squid is put into each of the small cups on the iron plate. The balls are then constantly turned to ensure the pastry is evenly cooked. The takoyaki are then served hot with some brown takoyaki sauce or mayonnaise and topped with some dried bonito (dried fish flakes). 'Oishii desu ne'! It's delicious!

 

 

 

 

 

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