Hello, My Name Is Koichi, And I’m Addicted To Delicious, Delicious Bukkake

Mmmm. Delicious bukkake. I’ve loved bukkake for as long as I can remember. What do I like the most about it? Probably the taste of it… and the feeling as it goes down my throat and into my stomach. Maybe on this fine Valentine’s day you and your loved one can share a bowl of …wait, did I say something weird? Why are you making that face at me?

bukkakeWhy you making this face at me??

WAIT. WHAT? You thought I was talking about WHAT? Whoa. Dude. Hold onto your horses. You some kind if perv, or something? I was talking about the delicious style of food, bukkake. I have no idea what you were thinking of. Not cool. Not cool at all. I can see how you may have gotten the wrong idea but… really? Is that what you think of me? I guess I better explain.

Bukkake Is A Food… NO, A REAL FOOD. Seriously.

bukkake udonDoesn’t this bukkake udon look delicious?

I’m being absolutely serious here. I am a very innocent person. I did not know about this “other” bukkake (DO NOT SEARCH FOR THIS IF YOU DO NOT KNOW WHAT IT IS ALREADY AND ARE IN A PUBLIC PLACE) until pretty late in my life. I am definitely one of the more innocent and naive people in this world, so it was a big surprise to me when I realized people weren’t talking about the delicious food. I grew up knowing about and eating things like bukkake udon, bukkake soba, and tamago bukkake gohan. This would be like if you found out that the word “pizza” was a dirty nasty porn-fest, and you were the only person not to know that.

What I’m trying to say here, though, is that in Japan, you’ll see the word bukkake on food menus everywhere. It’s definitely not an uncommon thing. The most common bukkake foods you’ll see are probably these guys, though:

Bukkake Udon

bukkake udon

Bukkake Soba

bukkake soba

Tamago Bukkake Gohan

tamago bukkake gohan

Of course, all three of these things are delicious (what Japanese food isn’t?). The true challenge for all you pervs out there is getting the other image of bukkake out of your head before partaking in the correct and way tastier image of bukkake. Do you think you can do it? Maybe if we talked about the word itself and its meaning, that would help?

What Is “Bukkake”?

bukkake's meaning

That right there is the kanji for bukkake. It’s usually going to be written in kana alone, I’d say, but the kanji is where you can pull some meaning from, so we’re going to use that. Let’s look at the individual kanji in here.

打:This kanji means to “hit,” “pound,” or “strike” something.

掛:This kanji means to “pour” something (at least, that’s the best meaning of this kanji for this particular word).

So, what can we figure out from this kanji? That you’re hitting something with the pouring of something else. So far, kind of dirty, but that’s only because you learned the pervy meaning first. Don’t worry, I’ll try to beat it out of you.

Now, when you combine these kanji together and throw some okurigana in there, you get a slightly different definition (though not all that far off from what we figured out by breaking the kanji up).

打っ掛け(ぶっかけ)Bukkake Definition

1. Splashing on; splashing at;
2. Dish made by pouring broth over something (esp. bukkakesoba)
3. Something nasty that I can’t write here. Think of the children, man!

This word is actually short for the verb, 打っ掛ける, which means “to dash” or “to pour.” I think you can start to see why this word is used for either type of bukkake. For the food, though, it’s used because in these dishes, some kind of broth is poured over some other item. Splashed over it, if you will. There will usually be other toppings on top as well. Things like grated daikon (yum!), nattou (ewww), grated Japanese yam, bonito flakes, egg, green onion, and more. It’s pretty delicious, too. A nice and simple food with simple ingredients that come together to form a nice assortment of tastes. It’s a very Japanese-ish food, if you ask me.

You Should Try Bukkake Sometime

try bukkake美味しいよ!

Okay, so maybe that headline is asking for it a bit. But seriously, you ought to try it. It’s a really good food, and it’s probably moderately healthy as well. Also very simple to make… though I’d turn safe-search on when you’re looking for recipes. Bukkake soba and bukkake udon are generally cold noodle dishes, so when things get nice and hot in the summer, I hope you give it a try.

Dang, all this talk about bukkake is making me hungry though. I might have to go make some for myself.

I hope you enjoyed this post. It may be the least classy post every written on Tofugu, but I also think it’s the classiest blog post written about bukkake ever in the history of the world, am I right? So, now you know a little bit more and you won’t be surprised and confused to see a bukkake dish on a Japanese menu. You’re welcome for splashing the broth of knowledge all over your face. But, I hope you’ll excuse me. I have some bukkake (udon) to prepare.

P.S. I hope you have a wonderful Valentine’s Day!

  • http://www.tofugu.com koichi

    gj on the research. Viet is not Freddy Wong, but this is :D

  • http://zoomingjapan.com/ zoomingjapan

    Haha XD
    I love “bukkake” – and I’m talking about the FOOD! XD
    I had no idea that it’s actually used in another sense as well. See? I’m such an innocent girl! ^-^; …..
    Anyways, great post and I want some bukkake now! THE FOOOOOD!!! … I guess.
    Thanks for this hilarious post!

  • LuckyLuke

    oyaho! saisho no toki ni ha bukkake amari suki janakatta kedo, dondon
    bukkake yattete, narete kimashita. bukkake suki ni you ni natte
    kimashita. Ima bukkake mania desu!!!! I love BUKAKKE!

  • ಠ_ರೃ

    …おやほ?

  • http://www.vietamins.com Viet

    You missed the part where I’m his alternate dimension evil twin.

    Hey Freddie, if you ever need a stunt double or planning to film something ala Face/Off and need a look a like, give me a call :)

  • Mutantcelery

    At first I knew neither meaning of the word. Now I know both, and I’m not actually sure if that’s good or bad.

  • belgand

    So would it be correct to compare this to “sandwich” in English? Use it in almost any standard context and people know you’re talking about the food and don’t necessarily assume any sort of double entendre was even implied unless you try to force it. At the same time there’s also a not uncommon sexual usage of the term that derives from the everyday version.

  • Niji Hirasawa

    I think I’ll take the tomago bukkage gohan! Is that cheese on that rice??

  • MrsSpooky

    LOL, I love you. xD  I’ve only heard the OTHER meaning of the word (and no, never tried to google it, yuk!).  I’m afraid even after this education, if the waitress at a Japanese restaurant recommended the bukkake soba I’d still bust out laughing.

  • saf

    love love this! made my day ありがとう xD

  • a0145

    Sure why not.

  • http://www.facebook.com/jasmin.josephine Jasmin Josephine

    Oh my. I now love you :) I just wanted you to know, however I don’t think I could ever eat cold udon >.> who knows, maybe I’ll try it someday :3

  • キッパー ドッグ

    I’m gonna state the obvious here – but I think he meant おはよう?

  • http://twitter.com/DanYacoub Daniel Yacoub

    very funny. very yummy. great post.

  • Nuuuuuuu

    Well then…

  • Dani J

    Literally lol’d at “splashing the broth of knowledge all over your face”! Great post!

  • ToraAkachan

    As a matter of fact, I WAS looking for the food-version :D Thank you very much for this highly informative post. Now I need to find a shop in my area that is selling Soba ^^

  • scott t

    LOL, “shooting for” ;)