Japan's gyoza pot stickers have recently become very popular around the world! The thick, crispy skin and juicy meat inside make hot gyoza popular all over. They also go very well with Japanese beer! You definitely have to try beer and gyoza!
Gyoza stock 221 Minato Mirai, Yokohama storeA bar specializing in dumplings that boasts boasted gravy dumplings overflowing with mochi mochi. Mainly “221 grilled dumplings”, not only various dumplings such as soup dumplings and fried dumplings, but also “knob” dishes and “mochi” dishes that can be enjoyed with sake
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IPPUDOIPPUDO - "Japanese Wonder to the World." Founded in 1985, IPPUDO has become one of the most popular ramen with over 80 stores in Japan and over 40 stores worldwide. IPPUDO noodles with a springy texture and deep flavors, selected ingredients, delicious Tonkotsu broth being cooked for 18 hours aim to create an exquisite, deightful and delicious ramen dining experience for its customers from all over the world.
[Minato Mirai Tokyu Square / ① B1F]
Yokohama Ramen IppachiyaRecently, the fast-growing “family ramen”. The soup is excellent with soy sauce pork bones and thick noodles with eggs. Even if you say you can order noodles' hardness, richness of taste, and the amount of fat as you like, it's noisy for ramen.
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arijyoA dim sum specialty store opens from Ali Castle, which is popular for authentic Taiwanese cuisine. Variety of dim sums such as hot, delicious dumplings, meat buns and small dragon wraps are prepared. Let alone take out, relax at the seats in the store
[MARK IS Minato Mirai / B1F]
BanriA popular restaurant in the Noge area of Yokohama, which is said to have been a baked dumpling since its establishment in 1949 and has been supported by many gourmet fans. In addition to grilled and boiled dumplings, fried meat dumplings and sea cucumbers (sea cucumbers) are also on the menu
SANKOENA famous Noge store founded in 1963, the Tantanmen and Gyoza restaurants have inherited warm and sweet flavor from the former Sankoen. “Chamen” with plenty of garlic is also popular.