Takesaki Crab (Tara Town) Takesaki crab is a nickname for a blue crab. Big Takesaki crabs measure more than 30cm across. Male crabs are best in summer and females in winter. There are many ways to enjoy the crab, such as, eating them with your fingers after dipping the crabmeat into soy sauce oil, or with a special sauce unique to each restaurant, or cooking crab in fermented bean soup, in rice porridge or in croquettes. To enjoy its natural flavor, boiling crabs in salt water is recommended. The slight sweetness of the crabmeat is difficult to describe. Kora Sake (sake heated in a crab shell after eating meat) is also recommended. In Tara Town, enjoy crab dishes after taking a hot spring bath.

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