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Dai-nana Gyoza/
Kanazawa: Chinese
₯076-261-0825
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"No frills" would be
an understated de-
scription of Kana-
zawa's most popular
and gushed-over
gyoza joint. But
where it lacks in
decor it makes up
for in gyoza which,
besides a couple of
soups, rice and
pickles, is the only
thing on the menu.
Dai-Nana's gyoza are
addictive and thank-
fully cheap, setting
you back a mere Y360
for a plate of ten.

You can choose from
fried, steamed or
pan-fried "white
gyoza" seven days a
week, while the soup
dumplings are served
on only weekdays.
But don't come too
hungry: even at 9pm
on a Sunday night
the wait was thirty
minutes for a pri-
vate upstairs room
(there's a small
table charge) and an
hour for a seat at
the downstairs dump-
ling bar.
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Kanazawa, Morino-
sato 1-259. [Located
opposite the Mori-
no-Sato Jusco shop-
ping centre near the
Kakuma Campus of
Kanazawa University]
 Open 11am-2am.
Closed Wednesdays.
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