There are different types of dumplings to try in Japan so here's a list of what to get and where! And also, an easy recipe to make at home.
The Chinatown in Yokohama is one of the city's most visited area. When you go there, it's all about the food! There are countless delicious Chinese restaurants serving dim sums of a quality hard to find elsewhere in Japan. The number of restaurants might overwhelm you so here are our best picks!
What are gyozas and how can you make them at home by yourself? It's actually much easier than it seems! Try it for yourself and enjoy these home-made delicious dumplings.
What Could Be Better Than Juicy Gyozas And A Cold Beer! Try Dandadan Sakaba At One Of Their Many Locations In Tokyo!
If you really want to have a taste of Japanese culture, gyozas and beer should be on your bucket list! Gyozas at Dandadan Sakaba are made to match perfectly with beer. The gyozas are juicy and served hot and are a match made in heaven for an ice cold beer.
Gyozas are incredibly addictive and fun to make at home. How about inviting a bunch friends over and having a gyoza party. Everyone can gather around the table and make gyozas together. And the reward for your hard work are the delicious gyozas you can proudly say you made yourself! That, with a beer...heaven!
Kitakata Ramen Bannai is a chain ramen shop which has many branches throughout the country, mainly in Tokyo. You must try their famous ramen, which is a ramen literally covered in slices of roast pork!
Venturing out towards Nakano along the Chuo line is Higashi Nakano - Nakano's little brother to the east. Here you'll find a long street called Ginza with a number of little shops and eateries. A local's favourite here is "Juban" a down-to-earth diner-style eatery with a friendly charm. The food is worth lining up for!
If you are a meat or especially a gyoza lover, you need to try the "Jumbo Gyoza" at Kailaku in Ikebukuro, Tokyo! Gyoza is a small dumpling filled with pork, but at the old-established Chinese restaurant Kailaku, you can try big ones. You can't miss this heavenly gyoza experience!
Do you love ramen? Do you love cake? Combine two of your favourite things. Ramen and Cake! It's like the best of both worlds, but there's one catch, you can't actually taste the two at the same time. If you're still wondering what I'm talking about read on to find out more...