KANISUKI and KANISHABU are hot-pot style dishes where you may enjoy delicious Crab, vegetables and much more in one hot-pot!
What are the differences?
KANISUKI: Crab cooked with shell
KANISHABU: Crab cooked without shell
Try our renowned Crab hot pot with Kanihonke's original broth using high-class bonito flakes and top-brand Kombu from Hokkaido. This is a dish you cannot miss!
*Our friendly staffs will help you prepare the hot-pot.
After the hot pot is boiled, add the crab and cook for about 1 to 2 minutes.
The best timing to enjoy the crab meat is when it becomes fluffy and the contrast of the red and white becomes clear.
Enjoy it by adding the hot-pot soup, PONZU sauce, and others by preference.
There is also a slight portion of crab tomalley for you to try. You may try this alone or add it into your bowl (not into the hot-pot) for another special taste.
If you order more than 2 sets of hot-pots, the ingredients will be placed together to share. One plate may include ingredients up to 4 people)
Please note that the hot-pot is a share type.(Not an individual hot-pot style.)
Please place the crab shells into the white pot.
Frequently asked questions
1: To increase its sweetness.
2: To maintain its freshness.
3: To tighten the crab meat for better texture. Enjoy!
We accept cash, Union pay, and major credit cards (VISA, MasterCard, American Express, JCB, Saison, etc.).
Please note that certain discount tickets require payments by cash only.
The amount for each course is arranged for one person.
We highly recommend courses to be ordered for each person.
*The hot pot and rice porridge in the picture shows 2 portions.
Please press the button at your table when you need assistance.
Kanihonke's KANISU (vinegar dip) is specially arranged to bring out the rich taste of the crab. It is mild and slightly sweet, using broth from top-quality bonito flakes.
You may also drink this vinegar. Try our one and only Kanisu!