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šPairon/
Iidabashi: Gyoza
₯3260-6571
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In general the gyoza
dumplings at this
small specialty shop
are flavored with
more Chinese-tasting
mix of spices and
ingredients than is
typical for Tokyo
gyoza. The namesake
Pairon ("white drag-
on") gyoza here are
small and lozenge-
shaped, with a
sweetish, slightly
mushy filling and a
hint of cinnamon in
the chewy skin. The
thin, rectangular
shiso gyoza have a
firmer, very savory
pork filling and big
shiso leaves.

There are several
other gyoza varia-
tions, plus dim sum
dishes like daikon
mochi and shrimp
with mayonnaise. The
a la carte menu is
more limited at
lunchtime, but you
can order lunch
specials that in-
clude rice and soup
and side dishes
alongside your gyo-
za.
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Shinjuku-ku, Shin-
Ogawacho 8-32. 
Open 11:30am-11:
30pm. Closed
Saturdays.
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