Halal Ramen in Tokyo for Muslim Travelers
Traveling when you have diet restrictions can be quite frustrating. Rest assured, there are a few restaurants where you can enjoy Japan's incredibly popular RAMEN. Either the owner or the staff is Muslim, but the restaurants are all certified halal.
You can enjoy the very popular spicy ramen as well as other Japanese foods, such as Sukiyaki and Takoyaki. You should also try the gyoza and fried chicken.
The Ebisu restaurant has two floors; the first floor has about 5 seats at the counter, and around 12 people can sit on the second floor. There is also a prayer room.
There are around 21 seats available at the Nihonbashi branch.
-4-9 Kobuna-cho, Nihonbashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 103-0024
-1F,1-23-1 Ebisuminami, Sibuya-ku, Tokyo 105-0022
Dinner 17:00-21:30 (the Ebisu branch closes at 22:00)
Price: ¥ 780 ~ ¥ 2,500
Monday-Thursday: Lunch 12:30-15:00
Saturday, Sunday & National Holidays: Lunch & Dinner: 12:30-22:00
Price：￥1,128 - ￥2,482
Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: 11:00-23:00
Price:¥ 700 ~
It is located close to a mosque.
The restaurant is quite big so you can relax and slowly enjoy the ramen.
The ramen is made from chicken broth and doesn't feel to heavy.
Price: ¥ 780 ~
- Lili Wanderlust
- I love traveling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.