Despite its name, "tokyo" has nothing to do with Japan! This Thai street food is especially popular with students, as it is cheap and delicious. "Tokyo" is a type of street food snack that is commonly found on the streets of Bangkok.
A light, crispy crepe-like pancake is filled with quail egg and minced pork or pandan custard and rolled up to be eaten by hand.
"Tokyo" is sold for 4-6 baht apiece. A bag of several pieces is around 20 baht. It's a super cheap, light, and tasty snack that you can find almost everywhere in Bangkok.