You ever been to a restaurant where grannie is sitting right behind the counter hand-making gyoza and chit-chatting with the customers? I have and I feel special. We picked Asahi Ken (旭軒) out of a Japanese food magazine we bought at the train station. After a few bites of grannie's food, I wanted to pick up that fat pink superphone on the counter and call everyone I knew to brag!
She is famous for her gyoza and I must say, they're tailored expertly. The skin was superthin.
As usual I dunked in the wrong sauces but I couldn't help myself, I'm both stupid and stubborn.
Dodo kept the plates of gyoza rolling in and I re-upped on the wings and we sat there, filling two of the 6 seats, for quite a long time.
There was no risk of the goodies running out. Grannie was turning em out faster than we could make em disappear.
Here's a shot of the exterior in case you're in Fukuoka and want to check it out.
Chuo-ku, Fukuoka Haruyoshi 2-13-22