Japanese Corn Dogs, a Cheap Delicacy
One of the best things the hallyu (Korean boom) has brought us is the food. Among all those Korean delicacies there’s one easy to love out of its price-quality ratio: kogo, the Korean version of corn dogs.
With seven stands across Tokyo, Jongno Cheese Hatogu offers the customers a corn dog stuffed with mozzarella and topped with crispy fried potatoes. Different variations can be acquired at the stand, all of them with cheese (and sausage, of course) as the vital core.
With a price of 450 ¥ and the convenience of the stick, this wacky corn dog is a perfect choice when it’s about grabbing some street food to keep exploring.
Address: 〒150-0042 東京都渋谷区宇宙川町29-3. Google Maps 👉 https://goo.gl/maps/Q1Xp5vsEjsw
Access: Shibuya Station (Subway Fukutoshin Line, Ginza Line, Hanzomon Line / JR Saikyo Line, Shonan-Shinjuku Line, Yamanote Line / Tokyu-Den-entoshi Line / Tokyu-Toyoko Line / Keio-Inokashira Line).
Price: 450 ¥.