For many the first Gyoza shop in Japan but it still remains unclear, what is sure is in Japanese gyoza history Banri is an important part. Their gyoza are not that big but they are crispy and full of flavor. They serve different gyoza and dumpling styles, including the classic fried and boiled gyoza. Banri has been the shop to pilgrimage for most of the gyoza fans in Japan for more than half a century. Is located in the Nogecho area, known during the postwar, to be a place with an operative black market.
Opening time:Lunch & Dinner (Followed hours)
To: 22:00pm (22:30pm Saturday, Sunday and public holidays)
Last order: 21:30pm (22:00pm Saturday, Sunday and public holidays)
Average queue time : From 15 minutes.
Price / Payment:Average prices:
Lunch & Dinner (Followed hours) ¥1,000~
Very good price-quality ratio and extremely popular.
No discount or free services. No need to show your Japan Gourmet Pass.
Optional reservation during weekdays. Reservation minimum 48 hours in advance. Cancellation minimum 24 hours in advance.