Updated: November 06, 2018
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Where to Eat Gyoza Around Shibuya!

If you're on a mission to find the best gyoza in Tokyo, Shibuya is a great place to start! You can try one resto, walk just enough to digest a little, eat some more, walk some more, and repeat! Those days are the best!

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Harajuku Gyoza-ro

Right by Meijjingu-Mae station, this hole in the wall serves simple, yet delicious gyoza. This place is unpretentious and authentic; there are two types of gyoza to choose from: steamed or fried. For a few more coins, get a beer, it's the perfect accompaniment! Some say they're the best dumplings not only in Tokyo, but in Japan!

Jin Din Rou

Jin Din Rou has around 12 branches, so you probably will be able to find one near you! The main store is in Ebisu, a few minutes of the station.Jin Din Rou is also famous for their dumplings, the food is great, but so is the service and the atmosphere. The vegetable buns are particularly good!

Tiger Gyoza Hall

Tiger Gyoza Hall is a 10 minute walk from Shibuya station, not too far from the Bunkamura Museum.
This resto's specialty is gyoza, but they also have a Chinese food menu. It's cheap and delicious, and they also have a good selection of craft beer and cocktails!
A big perk of this resto is that it is smoke-free!

Shibuya Gyoza

They specialize in gyoza, specifically thin-skinned gyoza. It's cheap and good. You can either sit at the counter or at the table. You can either have them grilled or boiled, and they're only 290 yen for six!

Ebisu Gyoza Taihoki Honkan

These gyozas are big and filled with meat, so they'll get you quite full. They're really delicious and cheap. So what's more to ask for! Let's try all the gyozas!!

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    Lili Wanderlust
    I love travelling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.

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