New Gyoza House, Gyoza 1059
Business Hours: 5:30 PM - 10:00 PM, every Thursday, Friday and Saturday regardless of national holiday.
Telephone: 042 526-2283
For Your Information (FYI): Looking for something tasty? Looking for a new taste to get hooked on? Try Goyza, they usually contain a mix of pork and vegetables and can be found almost everywhere in Asia. Usually they are nothing special but at Gyoza House they come in all different flavors: Cheese, Potato, Vegetable, Mushroom, Shrimp, Crab, Garlic, Scallops, and Green Onion. FYI: The 1059 is not an address, it has a meaning, which is a mixture of Japanese and English which makes up the shop's name. 10-5-9 means "Ten-Go-Ku" or "Heaven" (in Japanese), therefore, Gyoza 1059 translates to Gyoza Heaven. Good Eating, Enjoy!!
The first picture is the front entrance to the building. You must go up the 3 steep steps and you will find yourself in a building hallway. The New Gyoza House entrance is the first door on the rightside of the hallway.
These picture are of the cooked "gyoza". Gyoza is known by other names throughout the Asian culture. In Korea it is known as Yaki-mondu and in China it is known as Peking Ravioli or "Chiao-Tzu", in America most people know them as "pot stickers" or Chinese dumplings. When you order the gyoza in this restaurant, they are fairly large (about 1.5" wide and about 3" long) and they come five pieces to a plate. You must order all the gyoza you are going to eat up front, as you will not be able to order any more after you place the order. You can order more drinks, but you are limited to only the amount of gyoza you first ordered. That is the house rules, due to the small place and usually there is a line of customers out the door after 6:00 PM.
Location: About a 5 minute walk from JR Tachikawa Station, located next to the railway tracks. (Map)