Filipinos have a steady love affair with Japanese cuisine – a quick look at the many Japanese restaurants dotting Manila and other major cities is a testimony to that. Some restaurants, though, seem like institutions in themselves, because they’ve been in operation for decades. This is true for Osaka Ohsho. Relatively new in Manila, the Japanese chain was actually established in 1969. Since then, it has put up well-received branches in Hong Kong, Thailand, Singapore, South Korea, and Shanghai. And what’s the restaurant most known for? Gyoza. It’s so famous, in fact, that it’s dubbed the world’s number 1. Your best bet is to try it and discover why.