Tamago Gani, literally translated to "egg crabs" are not really crab eggs; but small, baby crustaceans. Cooked and smothered with a sweet teriyaki sesame sauce, each piece is small enough to pop into your mouth. No de-shelling required
Now, I am no stranger to eating baby crabs whole. Fry them up and dip them in vinegar; they actually make good appetizers/meal. However, one bite of Tamago Gani and I can tell you, it is an acquired taste.
The flavored coating itself was great. Sticky sweet with a bit of the salty crab taste to compliment it well. But what put me off is the fact that, instead of edible soft shell, I bit into pieces with hard shell coverings. It felt like chewing egg shells (hope I didn't damage my teeth).
A big no; but a definite yes for a blog post. :D