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Tairiku Description

Located near Kawasaki Station in Kanagawa, Tairiku is a Chinese restaurant that specializes in delicious and authentic Chinese cuisine. With a menu that features a wide variety of dishes, Tairiku offers a unique dining experience that sets it apart from other restaurants in the area.

One of the standout dishes at Tairiku is their mouthwatering gyoza. These dumplings are expertly crafted with a thin and crispy skin, filled with a flavorful mixture of meat and vegetables. Each bite is a burst of savory goodness that will leave you craving for more. In addition to their gyoza, Tairiku also offers a range of other Chinese dishes, such as stir-fried noodles, fried rice, and various meat and vegetable dishes.

The restaurant itself has a warm and inviting atmosphere, with traditional Chinese decor and comfortable seating. Whether you're looking for a casual lunch or a special dinner, Tairiku is the perfect place to satisfy your cravings for authentic Chinese cuisine. So, if you're in the Kawasaki area and in the mood for some delicious Chinese food, make sure to visit Tairiku for an unforgettable dining experience.

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Tairiku Overview


1-12 Higashidachō, Kawasaki Ward, Kanagawa 210-0005


+81 (0) 44-222-7484


8 minute walk from Keikyu Kawasaki Station.

Operating Hours

Sun: Closed
Mon: 11:00AM-2:00PM, 5:00PM-10:00PM
Tue: 11:00AM-2:00PM, 5:00PM-10:00PM
Wed: 11:00AM-2:00PM, 5:00PM-10:00PM
Thur: 11:00AM-2:00PM, 5:00PM-10:00PM
Fri: 11:00AM-2:00PM, 5:00PM-10:00PM
Sat: 11:00AM-2:00PM, 5:00PM-10:00PM

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Restaurant Features

Home Delivery

Take-out Available

Reservations Accepted

Sake Selection

Tairiku Reviews

Tairiku Google Average Rating



Came here on a Saturday when it opened around 11am. The restaurant has 1 table for 6 people, 1 table for 4 people, and 6 tables for 2 people. About 80% of the seats were occupied, and we managed to get a seat. After that, the number of customers continued, and by around 11:05, the place was full. It has a typical Chinese restaurant smell, but the inside of the restaurant is kept clean. Also, the young female clerk who came to the store today was smiling and very friendly, so it felt good to see her. This is an example of customer service. The menu in the image seems to be for lunch. I took the opportunity to order the famous Tower Kata Yakisoba. Orders are taken from a fixed number of people, not in the order of entry, so if you can't decide when it's busy, the food will be served very slowly. Served in about 15 minutes. There seems to be about two bowls of katayaki soba. The plate is large, so even if it breaks, it won't spill, making it easy to eat. The bean paste is a little salty, but very delicious. It comes with a spoon, so it might be a good idea to scoop it up and put it on top of the yakisoba at first. It looked like a lot of food, but I finished it without any difficulty. If you can eat Sukiya's mega size gyudon, you can definitely afford it. If you are interested, please give it a try. However, since it is located in the middle of Nakamise Street near the east exit of Kawasaki Station, cars and motorcycles cannot be parked at all. In that case, you will have no choice but to park at a nearby paid parking lot, so please be careful.


Let's have a drink at a Chinese restaurant in town! I came to see it.
I visited during lunchtime, and I saw that they were serving customers with efficient teamwork, and serving delicious food in a fast-paced manner. Gyoza are wrapped in homemade thin skin and grilled for each order. The taste of tanmen is light and gentle on the body. I would like to come back to eat there again.


There was only a lunch menu and I was worried that they wouldn't have alcohol, but they had large bottles of Asahi and Kirin. Cheers with Asahi. It's cold and delicious. When I ate boiled gyoza and fried levanilla for over 1,000 yen, I was surprised by the amount of levanilla. It was a heaping amount. When I was looking for Reba, it was sunk to the bottom. This liver is so delicious! You can clearly see that the freshness is good. It's crispy and has great flavor! It was the best revanilla of my life. Boiled gyoza costs about 500 yen. It was delicious when mixed with chopped green onions, vinegar, soy sauce, and homemade chili oil. A mysterious sauce came out, so when I tasted it, I felt a miso-based sweetness. When I stopped using it and looked at the wall, I saw that it was Kawasaki's famous gyoza sauce. I was full because it was levanilla, but there was half fried rice so I tried it. Comes with soup. This is so delicious, I use finely chopped pork belly instead of grilled pork. I thought this was possible. Also, I don't know what it is, but it had a unique taste. I think it's also used in soups. Both fried rice and soup are very delicious. But I was too full to drink oolong. The customer service was good, and the founder's daughter, who was probably cooking in the back, greeted me in a loud voice, and I felt that the employee training was good overall. If the food is good, the portions are large, and the customer service is good, it's no wonder that the restaurant is always full. There were even people waiting outside in the heat. But my stomach is tight! I was surprised to see someone eating Tower Fried Yakisoba alone. I think the fried rice is usually a heaping amount.

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