Though tetsunabe gyoza (dumplings fried and served in an iron skillet) has humble street food beginnings, it has since become one of the city’s most popular culinary treats. You’ll find tetsunabe gyoza restaurants throughout the city, packed with revellers as they enjoy the perfect harmony of gyoza with ice-cold beer. Tetsunabe Nakasu Honten is one of the most celebrated gyoza restaurants in the city. Their dumplings are all handmade and the recipe has not changed since they started selling gyoza in an outdoor yatai food stall in 1963.
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