Updated: June 14, 2017
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Must-try Gyoza Restaurants in Utsunomiya, Tochigi!

Utsunomiya, located in the east region of Japan, is well known for its gyoza, pan fried dumplings! There are lots of options and it could be overwhelming, so just to make your decision a little easier, here's a list of places you can try!

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Minmin (宇都宮みんみん)

Just a 2 minute walk from the east exit of JR Utsunomiya station, this place is one of the most famous gyoza places in Utsunomiya, Tochigi! They have 11 branches in total, and this place is the closest from Utsunomiya station.
Usually there are many people lining up even on weekdays, which tell us how good their gyoza is. Their boiled gyoza is also a must-try dish. They are available from ¥240, which is very reasonable. Their recommended set is called Double-Sui-Rice which comes with 2 plates of pan-fried gyoza, boiled gyoza and rice (¥853 tax included).

Utsunomiya Gyoza-kan (宇都宮餃子館)

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This place offers 12 different kinds of gyoza! They are also open from 6:30 in the morning, so if you are looking for a place to have light snack or breakfast, you should stop by. You should try their set that you can try all 12 different gyoza (¥1,100). Just a minute walk from Utsunomiya station.

Gyotendo (餃天堂)

Less than a minute walk from the west exit of Utsunomiya station, this place has the most chewy gyoza! Their gyoza uses mochi powder, which makes the skin extra chewy. If you like mochi and gyoza, this is where you should go!
Their gyoza is available from ¥432 for 5 pieces. Their boiled gyoza's skin is made of spinach, which brings out this beautiful green color. You should try both pan-fried and boiled gyoza!

Umaiya (宇味家)

This place is famous for their fried gyoza! It is more crispy than pan-fried gyoza and it is a completely different gyoza experience. Just a minute walk from Utsunomiya station, west exit.

Masashi (正嗣)

Masashi is also a well known gyoza restaurant in Utsunomiya, probably as popular as Minmin. It is so popular that you will see many people lining up to try their gyoza, which has lots of vegetables in it. Around a 16 minute walk from JR Utsunomiya station.

Menmen(めんめん)

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Just a 6 minute walk from Tobu Utsunomiya station, this place offers unique gyoza. Their beautifully cooked gyoza is called "Hane-tsuki gyoza" in Japanese, meaning "gyoza with wings". A plate of gyoza comes with 6 pieces, and it is available from ¥350.
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Lastly...

There are many gyoza restaurants in Utsunomiya, Tochigi, and all of them are unique in many ways. We hope this list helped you to choose where to go try gyoza in Utsunomiya!
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