We went to this restaurant in Yokohama China Town after hearing from one of Nodoka’s acquaintances that the gyoza here is good. It was a Friday night and pretty busy, but we didn’t have to wait. There were a couple other foreigner + Japanese parties. I felt like it was a fairly warm, friendly place, although we did feel a bit pressured to order quickly. The huge menu didn’t make that too easy, although we knew what we wanted. The average price on the menu is around 1600 yen, but the gyoza that we came for was about 800 yen. We tried both fried and boiled gyoza, had some fried rice, and wanted one more dish so we chose the spring rolls. Sorry we don’t have pictures of the gyoza, since this was when we first started out Anyway, it was good. It was hard to give it a higher rating with so many dishes not tried, but everything was seemingly well prepared, and the plates were cute. If you’re in China Town and not too particular about what to eat give it a try.
Location: China Town, Yokohama (map)
This kaiten-sushi (conveyor belt sushi) place has lines even on weekdays, and for good reason. Partly because it’s in a busy department store inside Yokohama station, and partly because of it’s yummy yummy sushi. When we tried to go on a weekend afternoon, the line was split in two as it went around a corner. We thought the second half was the line for another restaurant until someone started grumbling about us skipping the line. We went somewhere else >< It’s all counter seats, no tables. We have been a few times, and I have never had any sushi here that tasted like it was just thawed from the freezer. I haven’t seen another foreigner there, and I’m not sure there is any English, but it’s kaiten-sushi, and has tablets from which you can order. Between the two of us the first time it was about 2300 yen for about 13 or 14 plates. Maybe on the more expensive side if you eat a lot, but for a kaiten-sushi place it’s worth it 😛
Katsu Yokohama Sky Building/ 活 横浜スカイビル店
Location：Yokohama Station (map)