Tokyo gyoza shop hopes their skateboard gyoza set will boost your luck at year-end jumbo lottery

tokyo gyoza shop hopes their skateboard gyoza set will boost your luck at year end jumbo lottery

Sumary of Tokyo gyoza shop hopes their skateboard gyoza set will boost your luck at year-end jumbo lottery:

  • From Nov 24 to Dec 24, the Shinjuku Omoide Yokocho branch 新宿思い出横丁店 of gyoza specialty restaurant chain Gyoza no Antei 餃子の安亭 will offer a new winter menu item which will surely surprise you and invite you to snap a picture for your social media account.
  • Called the 年末ジャンボスケボー餃子 nenmatsu janbo sukebo gyoza (Year-End Jumbo skateboard gyoza), the unconventional gyoza dish brings together two incongruous sources of inspiration, the first and most obvious one being skateboarding which made its Olympic debut this year in Tokyo, giving Japan five medals.
  • The second one is Japan’s Takarakuji Lottery and its Year-End Jumbo (年末ジャンボ nenmatsu janbo in Japanese), the first and second prizes of which total one billion yen.
  • The main star of the dish is a giant board-shaped version of Gyoza no Antei’s gyoza dumplings, attached to a set of nori seaweed roll “wheels” made from the chain’s popular Golden Fried Rice.
  • The wheels are connected by an axle made of a Matcha-flavored Pocky cookie stick.
  • The dish is 8 cm long, 17 cm wide, and 3.5 cm high (including the wheels), which is apparently a reference to the Jumbo Lottery.

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