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Harajuku Gyoza Lou/
Harajuku: Gyoza
¥3406-4743
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With its big wrap-
around counter as
well as row of
booths along the
side, Lou is quite a
bit larger than the
average gyoza spe-
cialist, and seems
like one of the
cooler places in
town to satisfy your
dumpling require-
ments. They're also
open until the first
train of the morning
every night but
Sunday, making this
a good place to stop
in for a tasty snack
when you've been out
all night.

Both fried and
boiled gyoza will
run you Y290 for a
set of six small
dumplings. Each type
comes in either
regular and a ver-
sion with extra
garlic and nira
(chives) - both are
good, but the latter
is recommended (or
you can try both to
compare them).
Freshly fried to
order, the yaki-
gyoza are decidedly
ungreasy, with a
casing that's soft
rather than chewy.

Note that there's no
English signage on
the shop, but this
is the only dumpling
shop in the area,
especially at 4am.
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Shibuya-ku, Jingu-
mae 6-2-4.  Open
11:30am-4:30am (Su -
10pm) daily.
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