Meanwhile, the En-eating editorial department found "Croissant Taiyaki" sold at "Gindaco"! The price is 200 yen per piece.
"Croissant Taiyaki" is a sweet that combines "thin skin taiyaki" and "croissant". The degree of protrusion from the "tai" mold is dynamic.
The skin is a thin skin made of croissant fabric that is layered in 24 layers. The moment you eat it, it has a crispy texture, but as you chew it, it becomes chewy. The fragrant sweetness and buttery flavor spreads softly in your mouth. What is sandwiched inside is "grain bean paste".
In addition, the surface is sprinkled with "roughness" to add a peacock texture and gentle sweetness.
Croissants go well with Japanese sweets! I'm wondering whether to make today's snack Japanese or Western! In that case, please try "Croissant Taiyaki" from "Gindaco". "May you enjoy it deliciously! (From" Gindaco "sister)"