Squeaky clean, targeted at women in their 20s and 30s, and recommended by its position in Ebisu station, Gyoza Kamukura (2F Atre 1-5-5 Ebisu-Minami, Shibuya-ku; www.kamukura.co.jp) is a collaboration of Dotombori Kamukura, a venerable Osaka ramen purveyor, and Gyoza Kitchen. Visit this shiny venue to consume snacks more commonly served in a grubby shack. Your standard gyoza come in at ¥280 for five, with the Osaka-style ramen at ¥650. Get their salad set (¥280/person) for thick lettuce to wrap your dumplings and six sauces, and indulge in some Korean-style parcel munching.
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