Mmmmm - tamago sushi - my favourite :-)Cheers!
A varied selection of E words!
Hehehe. E is for Elephant!Tamagoyaki! Yummy! Too bad mine is always round, because I don't have a square pan to make a pretty-looking Tamagoyaki.
So many E words! You did an exquisite, excellent job today!!
A most excellent use of the E word. Happy birthday to your sister.
E is also for enchanting post:)Well done Mami!Hugs
Wonderful selection of E words, and i love learning about Japan!
You sound so Excited! :) I like your electone and music is fun . I don't think I ever had eggplant but I like that word .
so many wonderful pics to go with your E's :D
Oh! I have never tried Tamagoyaki but it looks delicious! Tamago sushi is my favourite too! Have a wonderful holidays Mami!
I've not had tamagoyaki before, but we do eat a lot of eggs (and omelettes) in our house which is almost the same I guess.Kate x
What is in Tamagoyaki besides eggs? Looks delicious.I hope your sister is having a most Enjoyable birthday!!Judy
I love many of your "E" words. That E gg dish looks E nticing! Can you share a recipe?Thanks for participating.A+
Wonderful choices for your E words. I love music also, it truly is the universal language. Kathy
How do you make that egg thing, it looks so yummy! xxx
Cute post on your letter E...Excellent!
I love music too...it is exciting and enjoyable!
Fun post - We lived 3 years in Okinawa. I've heard of Sukiyaki, yakisoba and yakitori, but not tamagoyaki - What is it?
Yummm I love eggs and eggplant and your dish looks delish and I love your name too. Mami...just adorable!