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China House Gyoza

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March 21, 2019
"CHINA HOUSE" Gyoza (Dumpling) dining
April 21, 2018

Unterkünfte in der Nähe

Das empfehlen Einheimische

“焼き立てパン屋さんですが、3階にはレストランもあります。そのまま買って帰っても良し、2階で食べても良し、天気の良い日は屋外で足湯浸かって食べるのも最高です。 Although it burns up and is the baker, there is also a restaurant in the third floor. Good even back to buy as it is, good to eat on the second floor, good weather day is the best also to eat soaked footbath outdoors.”
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Point of Interest
“The Hakone Checkpoint was established in 1619 as one of the most important checkpoints of 53 in all by the Tokugawa Shogunate, for it was located in Mt. Hakone, the steepest spot on the Tokaido Highway then. There were two main purposes of the Hakone Checkpoint in particular as described “入り鉄砲に出女” meaning “guns in and women out.” Guns to be brought into Edo were allowed only on prior application and they were strictly checked. Wives of feudal lords were forced to live in Edo as a kind of hostage since the beginning of the Edo period to avoid any possible revolts against the shogunate. That's why women going out from Edo were also strictly inspected. There were female inspectors but it was very troublesome for female travelers to pass through the Hakone Checkpoint, even if they have Tegata(手形) a kind of passport. It was abolished in 1869 just after the Meiji Restoration and restored to the original state in 2007. There remain rows of cryptomeria or Japanese cedar by Ashino-ko, which consist of 400 trees nearly 400 years old along the historic road 500 meters long. It is said that they were planted by Matsudaira Masatsuna(松平正綱), a feudal lord of Kawagoe domain, who also planted cryptomeria on the Nikko-Kaido, the world longest cryptomeria avenue 35.4km. long registered on the Guinness Book.”
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“The humble gyōza (dumpling) stars at this cosy restaurant in a dozen different roles, from plain pan-fried (nōmaru) and filled with crabmeat or shrimp, to boiled in soup with kimchi (kimchi sui-gyōza)”
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“徒歩12分/12 mins by walk/歩行12分钟 営業時間/Opening Hours/营业时间:09:00-17:00 TEL:0460-84-7293”
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Hakone-machi, Kanagawa-ken 250-0631