Plump, juicy, and the perfect match for an ice cold beer, gyoza are the addictive Japanese dumplings that pack a punch with every bite! Adapted from Chinese dumplings, the most common type of gyoza dumpling is the pan-fried type (soft on the top yet still crispy on the bottom), however, some people prefer them simply boiled or even deep-fried. Best dipped in soy sauce and vinegar, bite-sized gyoza makes a delicious drinking snack every time! Want to recreate succulent gyoza at home? Sharpen up your cooking skills in Osaka, from mixing the filling to wrapping them up and cooking them to perfection! Learn how to make gyoza during your next trip to Osaka by joining a gyoza cooking class in Osaka. Juicy on the inside and bursting with flavor, you could even learn how to make them as a side dish during a ramen cooking class. For those with dietary requirements, there are many vegan and vegetarian cooking classes in Osaka that offer gyoza making options which are meat and animal product-free, or even halal.