Kaki Okonomiyaki (Oysters mixed into the batter, no meat on top) Ebi Okonomiyaki (Prawns mixed into the batter, with or without pork on top) Mochi Cheese Okonomiyaki (Put down a thin layer of cabbage mixture in the frypan, place thinly sliced mochi and a little grated cheese in the middle, and put some more cabbage mixture on top. When it is done, it will have a mochi-mochi gooey centre.) Hiroshima-yaki or Modan-yaki This one has a layer of (prepared) Yakisoba in the middle.
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Son-In-Law Eggs - The eggs are first hard-boiled, deep-fried, and then topped with tamarind sauce.
Nabeyaki Udon is an udon variant close to a hotpot, with seafood and vegetables cooked together. The most common ingredients are tempura shrimp with mushrooms and an egg cracked on top.