Updated: February 18, 2019
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5 Places to Try Egg Sandwiches in Tokyo

Tamagoyaki, a rolled omelette, is now available as a sandwich, known as "tamago-sando", meaning egg sandwiches. If you are looking for a new experience, you might want to visit the following places in Tokyo!

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Camelback sandwich & espresso (キャメルバック サンドイッチ&エスプレッソ)

Around a 5 minute walk from Yoyogi-kouen station, this place is very famous for their sushi-style egg sandwich made by a former sushi chef and a barista. It contains karashi (Japanese mustard) which makes their sandwiches unique. They also serve good coffee too.

Amanoya(天のや)

About a 5 minute walk from Azabu-juban station, this place is famous for their traditional egg sandwich. They also offer other egg cuisines as well as sweets which is worth a try. You can enjoy their food with its warm, traditional atmosphere.

New York Witches

If you want to snack on something but you cannot find a place to eat - try New York Withches, they are open from 7 pm until 5 am! Around 3 minute walk from Seibu Shinjuku station, their "Egg-katsu sandwiches" is popular among celebrities overseas too. What is so special about their Egg-katsu sandwiches is that the eggs are covered with fried bread crumbs, which adds a crispy texture. Beers from all over the world are also available. They also provide delivery service within Kabuki-cho area.

Tsukiji Shoro Honten (つきぢ松露 本店)

Just about 4 minute walk from Tsukiji-shijo station, this place is really famous for their thick fried egg, tamago-yaki. You may be thinking, "Wait, isn't Tsukiji the fish market where you eat sushi?" you are right, but they have so much more than sushi to offer! Freshly made tamago-yaki sandwich has a savory yet sweet flavor. With soft bread sandwiching thick wedge of eggs, it is perfect to snack on when you are in Tsukiji.

Hamanoya Parlor (はまの屋パーラー)

Just a minute walk from Yurakucho station, their egg sandwiches are popular from children to elderlies. Since it is very popular, you may have to wait for a little during lunch time. They also have pancakes and fruit sandwiches (a sandwich with oranges, kiwis and strawberries). You can enjoy the atmosphere of an old Japanese coffee shop too!

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