Updated: November 06, 2018
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Kani Nabe Tokyo: King Of Winter Cuisines In Japan!

In Japan, there are various kinds of delicious dishes you can enjoy in winter. Especially, nabe, hot pot dishes are one of the favorites of Japanese. Kani nabe, a nabe dish with crabs is even referred to as the king of all winter cuisines. This post will introduce you to some spots where you can enjoy kani nabe in many ways from shabu shabu to all you can eat, buffet style.

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Kanidoraku: かに道楽

Kanidoraku is one of the biggest and the most reliable Kani nabe restaurants in Tokyo and also in Japan. They have 10 restaurants in Tokyo areas, such as in Shibuya, Ueno, and Shinjuku. Kanidoraku offers kanisuki, the most simple kind of kani nabe. If you are not quite sure where to visit for some great kani nabe, Kanidoraku should be on the top of your list.

You can enjoy their recommended kanisuki set from 5,400 yen per person.

Kanikosen: 蟹工船

A minute walk from Hibiya station, Kanikosen is popular for its fresh zuwai crabs from Hokkaido. Not only kani nabe but kani shabu is also a choice in Kanikosen.

Kaninabe course is 17,000 yen per person and 12,000 yen for kanishabu course.

Tarabaya: たらば屋

Located very near Kichijoji station, Tarabaya is where you can enjoy kani nabe as much as you want at an extremely reasonable price, from 9,200yen per person.

Tarabaya is a very popular restaurant so better make a reservation beforehand.

Serina Honten: 瀬里奈 本店

If you want to have some kani nabe in a special gorgeous ambiance, go visit Serina in Roppongi. Although Serina is a restaurant known for prime Kobe beef, they also offer some great crabs too.

Kani shabu course is 10,800 yen per person. You can also ask for a private room when you make a reservation.

Kani nabe is a Japanese nabe dish you should try!

Did you get interested? Kani nabe is a nabe dish worth a visit to a nice restaurant at least once. All of the places listed in this post are very popular so don't forget to make a reservation beforehand.

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