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  • Cons: no unagi, hotate, wakame, marinated shiitakes and pickled daikon... and the tamago was a bit artificial looking.

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  • This time the meal consisted of some lovely ika somen (squid cut into thin strips like noodles), grilled fish, Japanese potato salad, thinly sliced ham, crab ochazuke (soupy rice), sashimi and an onsen tamago which is a very soft boiled egg (my favorite!)

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  • This time the meal consisted of some lovely ika somen (squid cut into thin strips like noodles), grilled fish, Japanese potato salad, thinly sliced ham, crab ochazuke (soupy rice), sashimi and an onsen tamago which is a very soft boiled egg (my favorite!)

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  • "tamago" (egg) in Japanese instead of a similar sounding word tamaya, which is shouted during fireworks.

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  • Everyone has his or her favorite sushi; mine are tamago (egg), baked crab in a hand roll (on the dinner specials menu) and spicy tuna.

    One For The Table: Authentic Japanese at Yabu

  • Why not go with a trio of commonly ordered items such as salmon nigiri, tuna maki and tamago?

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  • Page Summary tamago: They sing choruses in public ... that's mad enough I think!

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  • Tasty but I think I overdosed on salt as I also make a breakfast roll (bacon, tamago and avocado) and a tempura shrimp/avocado roll.

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  • Everyone has his or her favorite sushi; mine are tamago (egg), baked crab in a hand roll (on the dinner specials menu) and spicy tuna.

    One For The Table: Authentic Japanese at Yabu

  • Everyone has his or her favorite sushi; mine are tamago (egg), baked crab in a hand roll (on the dinner specials menu) and spicy tuna.

    One For The Table: Authentic Japanese at Yabu

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  • "Egg." Most commonly encountered by English-speakers in sushi restaurants.

    November 11, 2007