Western breakfasts can be had in Japan, but they are not usually served up like you would find them in the U.S., for example. The scrambled eggs here are too runny for me; I want mine cooked all the way through. Although you can get your eggs fried, they are always served sunny-side up. I know it's a contradiction, but I like my fried eggs over easy. Runny egg yolks are yummy! Bacon is another issue eating breakfast out. I have never been served the crispy variety; it's always limp and dripping grease here.
Okay, that out of the way, when I want to eat a typical Western breakfast, or brunch (breakfast + lunch = brunch), I make it myself. I usually have some ham, eggs, and toast, and if we have some fruit and yogurt, even better. I'll first get my egg pan heated up; I have an IH stove, so that doesn't take long.
Then I'll put the bread and meat in the oven toaster (no bacon! it's too greasy and will start a fire) and set it on high for 4 minutes.
While they toast and heat, I'll cook the eggs in a bit of olive oil and flip when the edges are firm.
If the pan is right, I can flip with no spatula. Otherwise I'll flip them with a quick flick of the wrist. I'll leave them cooking for another 30 seconds or so, then kill the heat. Then I gather all together and add black pepper and hot sauce to the eggs and meat, and I'll butter the toast (remember, fat imparts flavor). Add a cup of Starbucks® coffee and some milk or juice, and stand back!