Fodor's Expert Review Kani Honke
In business for more than 50 years, this crab-eating haven serves raw, steamed, boiled, and baked crustaceans—the waitress will tell you whether the ke-gani (hairy crab), taraba-gani (king crab), or zuwai-kani (snow crab) is in season. Wood beams, tatami mats, and traditional decorations provide an authentic setting for the feast. Look for the building with crabs all over it and a couple of giant white signs on the roof. There's also an English menu.
Minami 6 Nishi 3
Sapporo, Hokkaido 064-0806, Japan
- Courses centered on crab shabu-shabu or crab sukiyaki
- Sides such as sashimi of tuna belly