Japan is a country with 4 distinct seasons, the cultural resonance of each season makes the cuisine becomes special when the specialties of the time or dishes available only on each occasion of the year are deeply received when the weather changes to a new season. This autumn, the Hokkaido region - Japan welcomes the red Hanasaki Queen crab season in an area, which appears only once a year and is most delicious when Japan enters the autumn sky.
Witnessing the 'Hanasaki Queen Crab' that rules the island of Hokkaido, Japan
If spring in Japan begins when the cherry blossoms are in full bloom, the transition from summer to autumn is marked when the maple leaves change from green to red, which is also the right time to catch a rare crab - Hanasaki crab (花咲蟹).
Hanasaki crab is not only a specialty of Japan's Hokkaido island but also rare because it is only caught once a year in the red leaf season. In particular, the Hanasaki Queen crab is also known as the 'Kombu Queen crab' because living in an area with a lot of seaweed, fresh water seaweed permeates the crab meat creating a different flavor that cannot be found in other crabs.
4 delicious dishes from Hanasaki crab appeared on the menu of Sushi Hokkaido Sachi
Magaki Japanese Oysters - Enjoy the full taste of ocean milk
Magaki Japanese oyster attracts all eyes by its size 3 times larger than normal oysters, is likened to the 'milk of the ocean' because of its rich, fatty flavor from its full belly, as a precious gift given from the distant ocean to Sushi Hokkaido Sachi to serve diners 03 delicious and nutritious dishes.
If you are a lover of spring with cherries and summer festivals, right now, you are in the autumn with the most beautiful red leaves of the year, with Sushi Hokkaido Sachi and the Japanese head chef witness the menu 'Seasonal delicacies' with Hanasaki crab being the highlight right now.