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Kanda Gyozaya
Honten/
Jimbocho: Gyoza
₯3292-5965
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This big, lively
dumpling emporium
serves eight differ-
ent varieties of
gyoza, along with
Chinese noodles and
assorted stir-fry
dishes. Your gyoza
comes either a la
carte, in a set meal
with rice and soup,
or with a half-size
portion of fried
rice, with prices
starting around Y620
for a la carte.

Large-size kurobuta
(Berkshire pork)
gyoza are the main
draw here, with a
flavorful meaty
filling perked up
with crunchy bits of
cabbage and encased
in a firm, chewy,
lightly charred
thick skin.

The miso-negi gyoza
are smaller, with
similarly appealing
chewy casing smoth-
ered in pungent
scallions and a
light miso-sesame
dressing. Other
variations include
two kinds of suigyo-
za (one served in
soup), crunchy "par-
ipari" gyoza, over-
sized shrimp gyoza
and shiso gyoza.
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Chiyoda-ku, Kanda
Jimbocho 1-4. 
Open 11am-10:15pm
(LO; Sa, Su -9:30)
daily.
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