29 Amazing Food And Drinks You Need To Try In Japan

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These are basically the Japanese dumplings or potstickers. There are three types, Yakigyoza (fried), Agegyoza (deep-fried), or Suigyoza (boiled). The fillings usually include chives, strips of cabbage, mushrooms, and finely minced chicken or pork, and are made with thin wrappers. Dipping sauces can be soy sauce, sesame oil mix, viegar, chili oil, or ponzu sauce (citrus-soya mix). If you can, visit the city of Utsunomiya, the place which boasts of the largest volume of gyoza consumed per household in Japan. Within the city, there are around 30 Gyoza restaurants competing with each other. Some traditional places, and some newer and more modern. Whatever your preference is, you will not be disappointed.