Tamagoyaki is a Japanese omelette that literally means, 'grilled egg'. Many people also think that the dish is native to Korea. The breakfast dish is made by rolling together multiple layers of fried, beaten eggs to make one robust log. It is usually prepared in a rectangular omelette pan called makiyakinabe or tamagoyakiki. The dish essentially comprises, eggs, sugar, soy sauce. In some recipes, sake and mirin are also used for an additional punch. There are several similar dishes to tomagoyaki, such as usuyaki-tamago, kinshi-tamago, and iri-tamago, but the key difference lies in their thickness and the way they are fried. Tomagoyaki, is actually very easy to prepare, the real challenge is to make a thin omelette and make it roll over the previous layer of egg. But once you get the hang of it, you would be making the dish again and again. Here is an easy recipe for you to follow.