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Onsen Eggs - Onsen tomago are cooked in hot springs. Since the eggs are slowly cooked in hot water of about 70-75 Celsius (158-167 Fahrenheit), the egg whites are soft and egg yolks are slightly hardened. Onsen tamago is sometimes served as part of a Japanese style breakfast in hot springs towns such as Kusatsu. Otherwise they are local snacks and a "must" for many Japanese who visit these towns.
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Onsen Eggs -  Onsen tomago are cooked in hot springs. Since the eggs are slowly cooked in hot water of about 70-75 Celsius (158-167 Fahrenheit), the egg whites are soft and egg yolks are slightly hardened. Onsen tamago is sometimes  served as part of a  Japanese style breakfast in hot springs towns such as Kusatsu.  Otherwise they are local snacks and a "must" for many Japanese who visit these towns.