The two eggs on the right are raw quail eggs. They were lovely. The hemispheres on the left are raw chicken egg yolks soaked in miso. They were pretty salty. The spheres are egg yolks from chicken eggs before they were hatched, also soaked in miso. They were equally salty.
One for the biologists. Hoya translates as sea pineapple. They are a species of ascidiacea, or sea squirt, a kind of weird sea animal. This tasted like the smell of seaweed but weirder. I couldn't eat a lot of this.
You may remember gyoza from a few months back. They are small dumplings with meat inside them. This place has decided to put their own spin on them, using the shell as a pizza base. It worked, although it was a little salty.
Ishiyaki means grilled on a stone. Gomoku means five or more important ingredients, in this case cabbage, shrimp, pork, squid, baby bamboo and mushroom. Ankake means a gloopy sauce. Yakisoba is a kind of noodle. A complicated dish but lovely to eat.