English Reviews (Reviews Total Language : 30 reviews)
“Fantastic dumpling XXL”
Super good gyoza place , the dumpling are king size, many different kind , the oyster ones are top, shrimps, leaks, scallops, etc, If you are more than 2 booking is mandatory, very reasonable prices , excellent service and good draft beer
Visited October 2018
“Good Things Come in Small Packages”
This place is small and the business hours are limited so you may have to wait to be seated. On the other hand, the gyoza are not small, in fact they are huge. They serve several type including pork, garlic, potato, scallop, shrimp, crab and corn. The menu is Japanese on ones side and English on ...the other. They also serve fresh tomatoes a variety of pickled vegetables, bottled sodas, tap and bottled beer and sake. Refills are allowed for drinks but there’s only one chance to order food, one order is five large gyoza and plenty to satisfy one person. People typically order different types and share. Lastly, there’s no takeout or to go boxes. This is a small family run restaurant that I’ve visited over the past 25 years. Back in the day the above mentioned rules affectionately earned it the name “Communist Gyoza” by Airmen stationed at Yokota AB.
Visited July 2018
I Found It!! It’s on south side of station Near the west underpass walk way. The map location is slightly wrong but close. The people next to me order two plates each!! 10 each is like a Gyoza Challenge! I had five(one order) and was pleasantly full. This time I had the shrimp. Next time I will try... the oyster.
Visited February 2018
I have been coming here for almost 10'years. It's as good today as it was the first time. HUGE Gyoza. Stuffed with typical pork filling and your choice of other ingredients. Garlic, Cheese, and corn are my personal faves.
Visited April 2017
“Love it!!! ”
After reading reviews of this place I was picturing the Soup Nazi from Seinfeld!!!! It's a quirky place and really hard to find. But worth it. There's an English menu and it's a tad confusing but bottom line is - order one plate each - each plate has 5 rather large gyoza on it. No takeaway, you can ...only order once (there are a lot of rules!) with a large beer each it cost us roughly $35 for two!
Visited March 2017