Looking for halal food at the Kansai Airport? Here are the three restaurants that are certified halal. One specializes in udon and the other two in soba. They also serve various other Japanese foods.
These restaurants serve some of the best halal foods in Tokyo. Best of all, they will cost you around ¥1,000 for lunch. The selection includes halal ramen and sushi!
Yoshiya in Shinjuku, Tokyo is a welcoming restaurant which allows a wider range of people to enjoy delicious Kyoto cuisine. Although the restaurant is not entirely Halal, they do have Halal and vegetarian options.
There aren't many Halal sushi restaurants in Tokyo so if you're Muslim and would like to try the quintessential Japanese cuisine, you'll be glad to know these three places.
If you're Muslim and are looking for delectable Halal food in Shibuya, you should definitely give these five popular restaurants a try! This list contains both traditional restaurants of Japanese cuisine and international ones.
Japanese cuisine is incredibly diverse and delicious, but it is not always easy finding a restaurant to accommodate a halal diet. Luckily, at Asakusa Sushiken you can enjoy delicious Halal sushi without having to worry about the ingredients they used!
Ramen is a Japanese staple, but unfortunately, it is often made with pork broth making it is unsuitable for Muslim patrons. To counter that, Ramen Honolulu developed their own Halal ramen and now have many branches across Japan, including one in Osaka.
Tsuki No Odori is a yakitori restaurant in Osaka which serves delectable chicken dishes with a Muslim-friendly menu. It is a popular restaurant with visitors and locals alike because of its authentic taste.
Finding halal restaurants in Japan can be challenging. As a popular tourist spot, Akihabara is big and diverse enough to have a couple of good joints that serve halal foods. If you are visiting the "electric town" and looking for halal food, here's where you should go!