The Chinese chain store "Gyoza no Ohsho" sells "Gyoza", which uses garlic from Aomori prefecture, wheat flour from Hokkaido, and all other major ingredients from Japan. Not only the signboard products, but also the rice menu has recommended items.
"Gokuo Tenshin-don" is a menu with a deep richness and umami that is made by binding a special soy sauce sauce and an egg that is particular to the king of dumplings. The price is 630 yen (excluding tax, the same applies below). You can also enjoy "natural cheese" toppings for an additional 172 yen.
A fluffy and fluffy egg with plenty of ankake. The seasoning is more modest than I expected, and when I put it in my mouth, the flavor of soy sauce passes by softly. In a good way, it has no habit and is easy to eat.
The rumbling and big shrimp are plentiful and satisfying! It contains soft crab sticks and green onions with a nice texture, which makes it quite luxurious. It has a lot of volume, so eating one plate will make you full ♪ It seems to go well with beer as well as rice.
If you go to Gyoza no Ohsho, you should definitely try "Gyoza no Ohsho". Why don't you enjoy it with dumplings?