One of my travelling companions really hates soft boiled eggs, and from my experience some Japanese dishes include a raw egg. A friend tells me that when he visited kiji all the okomomiyaki came with a raw egg on top. I didn't see that when I went there with a Japanese colleague but it's possible he said to the chef not to include the egg. (As I'd been talking about a dish of peas with a raw egg, earlier and saying it wasn't usual for westerners)
Can anyone advice please? does raw egg appear at Kiji? Our Japanese isn't up to more than "tamago nuki kudasai" and that might be deemed rude.