Updated: November 06, 2018
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Harajuku Gyozaro : Craving Some Real Dumplings?

Have you always been curious about why there is such a long queue when you pass in front of Gyozaro in Harajuku? Well, the answer is simply that it has amazing gyoza! Here is more on the famous shop.

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The red sign next to the door of the storefront says 'Gyozaro' written in Kanji. The normal scene that you will see when you pass here is long queues of people waiting to get their comfort food known as gyoza. You will see many tourists as well. Gyozaro is a great spot to go to work or to hang out with friends and family. Most importantly, the price is decent.

The interior

Only counter seats are available in the restaurant. It's good because you can see how the staff makes the gyoza in front of you. It's a great experience and you might be able to make new friends too!

Menu

[Menu]

Gyoza : 290 yen
Side dishes : 250 yen
Rice with soup : 200 yen
Beer : 500 yen
Oolong Highball : 450 yen
Lemon Sour Cocktail : 450 yen
Japanese Sake : 550 yen
Shaoxingjiu : 550 yen
Oolong tea : 200 yen
Coke : 200 yen
The restaurant also has a menu by the wall, so customers can see it easily from afar. Gyozaro has 2 types of gyoza, with or without garlic chives and garlic. Customers can choose to have the ordinary pan-fried gyoza or boiled gyoza. Recommended side dishes are Sichuan pepper meat-miso bean sprouts and cucumbers with miso paste.

Gyoza

Pan-fried gyoza fresh out of the stove.
Boiled gyoza is great when the weather is chilly in the fall and winter.

Access

Take the Tokyo Metro (Chiyoda or Futokoshin lines) to Meijijingumae Station. Harajuku Gyoza Lou is about a 2-minute walk away. Take Exit 4, walk across Meiji Dori along Route 413 and turn right at the alley just before you reach Kiddy Land. Walk down the alley until you reach an intersection, and the restaurant will be at the corner on your right.

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