Food and Drinks

[Tokyo] Kameido Gyoza Honten (亀戸餃子 本店): A Specialized Haven Exclusively Devoted to Gyoza in Kameido

Gyoza Wonderland: A 1953 Tale of Bites, Beer, and Magical Plates at Kameido Honten

Established back in 1953, Kameido Gyoza Honten, the main branch, hides in a charming narrow alley right outside JR Kameido Station. The menu is delightfully straightforward, offering just gyoza and drinks. Picture this: the moment you settle in, a plate of five delectable gyoza magically appears before you even utter a word. The golden rule here? Two plates per person, please. These crispy, bite-sized wonders are the perfect companion to a refreshing cold beer.

Here’s the quirky twist – as you polish off one plate, the next one slides in right on cue. If you’re happily content after round two, subtly signal you’re done; otherwise, be prepared for a gyoza parade. Given the snug counter space, stack those emptied plates like you’re at a conveyor belt sushi joint. Your bill? Simple math based on the height of your gyoza tower. Kameido Gyoza Honten: where every plate is a delicious chapter in a dumpling adventure!

  • Name: Kameido Gyoza Honten
  • Address: 5-3-3 Kameido, Koto-ku, Tokyo
  • Phone: +81-(0)3-3681-8854
  • Hours: 11:00 – 20:00
  • Closed On: Open Daily
  • Number of Seats: 40
  • Budget: – JPY2,000
  • Payment Options: Cash Only

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