CRAB All You Can Eat in Tokyo

Best crab all you can eat restaurants in Tokyo

The season for crab is coming soon in Japan!! Many travellers visit Japan to taste fresh and delicious seafood, and crab is definitely one of most popular food in Japan. Especially, from late autumn through winter is the best time to taste crabs. Generally, crabs are quite pricey, but here in Tokyo, there are some restaurants offering unlimited crabs in all-you-can-eat buffet style! So today, I’m going to introduce 6 restaurants located in the central area of Tokyo with generous unlimited crab deals 🙂

If you love crab, don’t miss a chance to taste delicious Japanese crab as much as you want! 🙂

1. Kita no Kazoku Yasukunidori (北の家族 靖国通り店)

Kita no Kazoku (北の家族) is a franchised Izakaya restaurants offering authentic taste from northern part of Japan, including delicious seafood from Hokkaido. Their great crab deal course is available with free-flowing beverage and all-you-can-eat zuwai gani (snow crab) for only 4,700 yen.


Access: 4 mins walk from JR Shinjuku Station East Exit

Hours: 24 hours

Budget: 5,000 yen~

2. Tarabaya Kichijoji (たらば屋 吉祥寺)

Tarabaya (たらば屋) is an authentic crab restaurant offering variety of quality crab dishes including sushi, tempura, shabu shabu and etc. They offer variety of crab dish course including all-you-can-eat zuwai gani (snow crab) for 90 mins for 9,000 yen


Access: short walk from JR Kichijoji Station

Hours:16:00~23:00 (closed on every 3rd Tuesday)

Budget: 10,000 yen~

3. LUXE DINING HAPUNA (リュクスダイニングハプナ)

LUXE DINING HAPUNA (リュクスダイニングハプナ) is a luxury restaurant located inside Shinagawa Prince Hotel. Although it’s a hotel restaurant, their buffet course is quite reasonable, and over 50 kinds of dishes (Japanese and Western) are offered, and both lunch (3,800 yen) and dinner (6,000 yen) course include boiled crab.


Access: short walk from JR Shinagawa Station Takanawa Exit (Shinagawa Prince Hotel Main Tower 1F)

Hours: Lunch 11:00~15:00/Dinner 17:30~22:00

Budget: 5,000 yen~

4. Daishucho Akihabara (大酋長 秋葉原)

Daishucho (大酋長) is well known for its budget-friendly generous deal of all-you-can-eat BBQ and Shabu Shabu dishes only for 1,980 yen. All course can be enjoyed with unlimited crab if you pay additional 1,980 yen on top. So ultimately the buffet meat and crab costs only 3,960 yen!


Access: short walk from JR Akihabara Station Showadori Exit

Hours:Lunch 11:00~15:00/Dinner 16:00~23:00 (crab course is only available for dinner)

Budget: 4,000 yen~

5. <<Permanently Closed>> Carne Station (カルネステーション 銀座)

Ginza is considered as the most pricey district of Tokyo, yet Carne Station (カルネステーション) offers an all-you-can-eat course at bargain rate. They generally offers variety of dishes in buffet style (BBQ, sushi, chicken skewers, desserts, drinks, etc) but you can upgrade the course with crab (king crab for 4,800 yen or snow crab for 4,300 yen).


Access: 5 mins walk from JR Shimbashi Station Ginza exit

Hours: Lunch 11:00~15:00/Dinner 16:00~23:00

Budget: 4,000 yen~

6. Marugoto Hokkaido Asakusa (まるごと北海道 浅草)

Marugoto Hokkaido (まるごと北海道) is a regional store located in Tokyo, offering local products including fresh food directly sent from farms. Various courses are available but the most recommended one is “3 kinds crab course” with fresh king crab, snow crab and hairy crab. You can taste all the significant crabs unlimitedly for 90 mins. (15,600 yen)


Access: short walk from Asakusa Station

Hours: Lunch 11:00~15:00 (weekends)/17:00~23:00 (~22:30 on Sundays and Holidays)

Budget: 7,000 yen~

Are you ready to grab a delicious crab deal in Tokyo? Winter is the best time to enjoy crab as it’s a harvest season! For more trendy food info in Tokyo, check out these articles below, too!



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