Enjoy the taste of common people with a crispy texture. Be careful not to double dip.
Osaka-style kushikatsu involves skewering a variety of ingredients such as meat, seafood, and vegetables, coating them in breadcrumbs, and deep-frying them until crispy. It is typically eaten by dipping the skewers into a communal sauce can. However, it is important to note that double dipping is prohibited and considered bad manners. Once you have taken a bite of a skewer, do not dip it back into the sauce to avoid contaminating it for other customers.