Food/Drink | Avg price: ¥900 | English Available: None (Unknown)
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Every time I find myself back in Utsunomiya, I try to get to Utsunomiya Gyoza-Kan (宇都宮餃子館) for one of my meals while in town. While it is not the most famous gyoza shop in Utsunomiya, a city known for its gyoza, the 13 branches of this chain serve up really delicious gyoza. There are 15 different types of gyoza on the menu, along with a number of other dishes including ramen, fried rice, and spring rolls. I always order the gyoza set (pictured). It is around ¥1000 and includes a bowl of boiled gyoza, three deep-fried mini gyoza, four steamed gyoza, five normal gyoza, a bowl of rice, and Japanese pickles. Oh, and a bowl of anindofu for dessert. If I am especially hungry, I will add one order of gyoza (6 per order), usually the nira or the stamina type. The menu is in Japanese but there is a picture for almost everything. There are several different set menus including the gyoza set I get, a ramen set, and a fried rice set. Also, the restaurant tagged here is outside and across the street from the west exit of Utsunomiya Station. If this one happens to be full, there is a branch in the station, and three others within a minute of the west exit and this shop, as well as one branch on the east side of the station!