Ebisu is heaven in terms of food diversity and food quality! You can find any type of food you fancy in this awesome neighborhood. The best part is that although it's a fancy neighborhood, the price range is also diverse. You can find cheap eats that are out of this world, and there are also unforgettable sushi restaurants (but be prepared to pay the price)! Here, we narrowed down the best restos, all genres included!
Three words. Creamy Miso Ramen. Miso ga Ichiban specialises in miso flavoured ramen. It's not your typical miso ramen though, it's like miso on steroids. Come hit the ramen gym of your dreams!
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.
Venturing out towards Nakano along the Chuo line is Higashi Nakano - Nakano's little brother to the east. Here you'll find a long street called Ginza with a number of little shops and eateries. A local's favourite here is "Juban" a down-to-earth diner-style eatery with a friendly charm. The food is worth lining up for!
Yokohama-iekei Ramen is a speciality ramen dish that originates from the Yokohama area. It literally means "homestyle or family-style" and is one of the creations of a Yokohama local all the way back in 1974. This iekei style of ramen has gained somewhat of a cult following in Japan is a must-try for any ramen-buff!
Imagine a yokocho alley made up entirely of ramen restaurants. Sounds like a dream? Well, your dream can come true in Sapporo! The Sapporo Ramen Yokocho is a famous alley not just for its concentration delicious ramen but also for being the originator of the miso ramen! Here is more on this famous spot!
Afuri Ramen first opened its resto in Ebisu over 10 years ago. What sets them apart is that their ramen is made with chicken, "dashi" (fish broth), "konbu" (seaweed) and yuzu (a Japanese citrus). It's delicious and highly addictive!
Takayama Matsuri (高山祭り) is counted as one of the most beautiful festivals in Japan. Here's what to expect in the 2019 upcoming edition on April 14th and 15th!
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 most of the restaurants are Halal. Those which aren't have vegan options.