What's better than gyoza? Giant gyoza! Sou-san No Mise in Shibuya, Tokyo, is a gyoza specialist depot, and the gyoza served at this depot are larger than other gyoza.
Sou-san No Mise
1-33-2 Yoyogi, Sendagaya, Shibuya 151-0053, Tokyo Prefecture
Mr. Kyuu makes this giant gyoza at his depot, Sou-san No Mise, in the Shibuya area, Tokyo. He created a secret recipe by combining Japanese and Chinese techniques to prepare this gyoza. This gyoza is made from a flour wrap filled with meat and vegetables.
First, he makes flour for gyoza wrappers by grinding flour, while preparing the contents of this dumpling, which is minced meat and chopped vegetables, mixed evenly.
After the wrapper is ready, Mr. Kyuu filled it with a gyoza filling made of meat and vegetables. After that he closed the package neatly, to be boiled.
After boiling, Mr. Kyuu reveals that the gyoza can actually be enjoyed. But many customers want to a crisp/crunch sensation, therefore Mr. Kyuu can also fry his gyoza to add a that crispness.
Crisp on the outside, soft on the inside.. Delicious!! Moreover, the size of this gyoza is gigantic! “I am very happy and proud when customers try my gyoza and say how delicious the gyoza is”, said Mr. Kyuu.