King Crab (Lopholithodes Mandtii) - Animals - A-Z Animals.
The red king crab, Paralithodes camtschaticus, is a very large species, sometimes reaching a carapace width of 11 in (28 cm) and a leg span of 6 ft (1.8 m). Its natural range is the Bering Sea around the Kamchatka Peninsula area, between the Aleutian Islands and St. Lawrence Island.
The Red King Crab can weigh up to ten kilos and has a leg span of two meters. That’s why it’s called the king of crabs. Schilo got fascinated with this crab when he was working in Osaka (Japan), almost two decades ago. He discovered a restaurant chain, where they only served Kani (the Japanese word for crab). This unforgettable experience has inspired Schilo to create Taiko’s new.
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King crab is large marine invertebrate that belongs to the group of decapod crustaceans. There are around 120 species of king crab. Most species can be found in the warm waters of the Southern hemisphere. Few species (Alaskan king crabs) inhabit cold waters near Alaska. King crabs usually reside on a depth of 90 to 300 feet. They can be found on the steep ocean bottoms, shallow, muddy or sandy.
The Red King Crabs we mainly serve are all sent over directly from Hokkaido. However, as an authentic Japanese restaurant, we have an assortment of seasonal dishes to represent the beautiful Japanese seasons. Soft and fresh flavorful bamboo shoot from Kyoto in Spring, tender cooked abalone in Summer, and the rich aroma and the taste of Matsutake mushroom we can’t afford to miss in Autumn.
Again this year Japanese buyers purchased the bulk of the Alaskan king crab harvest, leaving just a small amount of Alaskan-caught crab available for sale in domestic markets. This year Japanese demand for Alaskan red king crab was again supported by their refusal to buy Russian crab - where quota cheating is rampant and sustainable fisheries practices are rarely followed.