Most UNIQUE Street Food Japan – SPIKY Crab BREAKFAST + Seafood Tour of Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan!

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►Street Food in Japan is the BEST in the world! Today, in this Japanese street food tour of Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan, we are going for a full on SEAFOOD TOUR! Join me (The Food Ranger) as we go DEEP for Japanese street food!

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Sapporo is famous for seafood. It has the best seafood in Japan. It is unbelievably fresh! There are 2 morning seafood markets to visit and both are FULL of delicious seafood.

This seafood tour video was filmed in 2 seafood street food markets, the Chuo Ichiba crab market, and the Nijo Ichiba seafood market. Both have a huge amount of fresh seafood and Japanese street food and snacks to try! This is true Hokkaido food!

First up, we’re going on a morning adventure to try some of the best and freshest crab and seafood in the world! Starting out at the Chuo Ichiba crab market, we’re grabbing a HUGE Hanasaki SPIKY crab, a big KING crab, and a seasonal hairy crab as well. They are FRESH and ALIVE, and you can choose what you like! We also picked up some salmon eggs!

Then, we bring all the seafood to BiBiBi restaurant just down the street and have a FEAST! This is where we meet chef Akira and get invited inside his kitchen to watch the traditional seafood Japanese recipes! He boils them and serves them straight up as is! The crab meat was some of the juiciest I’ve ever had! He also showed us how to make squid sashimi! The squid sashimi was delicious!

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Seafood Restaurant Name: BibiBi Restaurant
Address: 21 Chome-1-1 Kita 11 Jonishi, Chuo Ward, Sapporo, Hokkaido 060-0011, Japan

After this, we’re going to the Nijo Market in Sapporo to go for a SAPPORO Seafood Market Tour! Here, you can find all varieties of Japanese seafood! First, we try some sea urchin and salmon roe ikura don! A famous specialty in Sapporo, the kaisen don chirashi bowl is one of the best street foods to try! Usually served in local markets like this one, going for a bowl is a great way to start your day! Uni is an AMAZING flavour you need to try! I also ordered a delicious bowl of crab miso soup!

Shop Name: Nagamori
Address: Inside Nijo Seafood Market

Next up, we’re going for a SUSHI boat! Actually, a sashimi boat! We found a small sushi bar in the Nijo Seafood market serving up delicious fish sashimi and the best sushi in sapporo. I ordered the fatty toro tuna, salmon, salmon roe ikura, sea urchin uni, and a lot more! It was incredibly delicious!

Sashimi Boat restaurant: Oguma Shoten
Address: Nijo Fish Market, Chuo, Sapporo, Hokkaido

And to finish our street food tour of Sapporo, we’re going for a king crab hot pot! Here, a rich miso crab stock is boiled and combined with nice big snow crab legs! It’s served with crab tempura as well! Delicious!

Shop Name: Sapporo Kani Kobo
Address: 1 Chome Minami 2 Johigashi, Chuo Ward, Sapporo,

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  2. Misoo looks disgusting…….
    But the crab meats probably on another level.

  3. Wish I was with you eating the crab 🦀 soup xx 😘 thankyou for showing us what you eat making my mouth water 💧 xxx

  4. You can put away some food that is so much i don't think i can do it but enjoy i will love to eat some seafood with you i don't know what to do to win because i really don't know how to really work the phone that great yet but enjoy love watching your video May God bless you all AMEN

  5. Those crabs look way too docile. Are they drugged or something? I would have expected them to climb out of the baskets and run.

  6. Weighing crabs on the scale is the most wasting method of selling because the edible part of crab depending on its kind is 25-60% but you pay for it anyways.

  7. Might these perverse guys suffocate from the shells of these beauty creatures before these animals get extinguished out.


  9. if u spend a week in Japan than u get destitute! everything so expensive….. but it looks so delicious 😋

  10. Yooo you came to Bangladesh 🇧🇩 I’m Bangladeshi . You went to japan 🇯🇵.. sugoi.. I love japanese foods too. Sugoi sugoi..

  11. None of the thing shown in this video is supposed to be eaten by humans. Period!

  12. Cut the crap with your adds. Will never use them. You talk too much, unfortunately.

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