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EggsnThings Japan

EggsnThings comes to Japan with its Grand Opening in March.
EggsnThings comes to Japan with its Grand Opening in March.

Eggs’nThings Japan has opened its first store in Harajuku and is already proving popular. The brand is well known with Japanese that have traveled to Hawaii and tasted the local Eggs’nThings pancakes and omlettes in Waikiki.

When I was last in Hawaii I went to the store but they were renovating. Now I can get a taste of Hawaii without leaving Tokyo.

The new EggsnThings store in Harajuku
The new EggsnThings store in Harajuku

Have you heard of Eggs’nThings before? Where do you like to get your pancakes?

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4 comments

whipcracker March 19, 2010 at 11:35 pm

http://bit.ly/c0PGFJ Have never heard of that restraunt before. Haven’t gone out for pancakes in quite some time. When I used to go out, It would be to either, I-Hop or Dennys. I love strawberry topped w/whip cream or chocolate chip flavored ones. Or if they run the special of all you can eat. you’ve got it all there in Japan. Looks like they were established in the year I graduated 1974.
Have a great weekend.

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lithiumangel March 20, 2010 at 3:00 am

haha i love the name of this place ! But I can’t say i’ve heard of it before .. tough looks and sounds interesting !
As far as where do i love to get my pancakes … well .. make em myself offcourse ! I’m Dutch for a reason bwahaha ! We make some mean pancakes 🙂 (none of that fake Harajuku crepe stuff that the Frence will roll over in their graves from if they see it)

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HELLOKITTYLIMITED March 22, 2010 at 1:21 pm

I love eggs.. one of my favorite foods.

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marts king March 24, 2010 at 2:27 am

we have something like that here in Manila called Heaven N’ Eggs. almost the same concept of pancakes, waffles and egg dishes. With country decor and swings suspended on the ceiling as chairs.

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