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Recommended Crab Restaurant in Kanazawa: Izakaya Kappo Tamura

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A popular restaurant where you can enjoy snow crab dishes as a course or as a single item all year round.

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"Tamura", an izakaya-kappo restaurant located near Higashi Chaya District and Umenobashi Bridge over the Asano River, offers course dishes such as crab shabu, boiled crab, and crab sashimi made with live snow crab, as well as yellowtail shabu and black-throat fish. It is a popular restaurant where you can enjoy high quality seafood dishes all year round. During the crab season, they also offer a la carte dishes using local Kobako crab and snow crab. Many famous people who have been Ishikawa Prefecture have visited the restaurant, as they can also enjoy Kanazawa's local cuisine, such as Jibuni and Lotus Steamed Steamed Vegetables. In addition, menus in 15 foreign languages ​​are available, making it popular with overseas tourists. The uniquely developed Tamura udon served at the end of the course is also popular, and many fans buy it online as a souvenir.

[Recommended Crab Menu]

"Crab Shabu Course" 27,000 yen (tax included) *minimum 2 persons~, reservation required at least one day in advance [Offer period] All year round

■Izakaya Kappo “Tamura”

2-18 Namikicho, Kanazawa City, Ishikawa Prefecture
TEL: 076-222-0517
Business Hours: 17:00-22:30 *Course reservations required by the day before.
Saturdays & Sundays: 12:00-14:00 (Reservations required for 6 or more people)
Closed on Wednesdays *Open in the case of consecutive holidays and public holidays
Seats: 46 seats (1F: 8 counter seats, 8 raised seats, 2F: 3 rooms with embedded kotatsu)
P/None *Invoice registration available
Official Website of Izakaya Kappo “Tamura”


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