Sushi Time is a unique sushi shop in Kyoto that specializes in new kinds of sushi they call 'sushi doughnuts' and 'sushi cupcakes.' Recently, the shop began offering sushi-making experiences that let customers make and enjoy their own sushi!
Sushi Time is a brand new sushi restaurant next to Kyoto's famous Nishiki Market that serves a very unique kind of sushi. Not only is the sushi here shaped like a doughnut, but it's also certified as 100% halal, including the super-rare halal Kobe beef sushi! For anyone looking for yummy sushi in a fun atmosphere should give Sushi Time a try!
If you're looking for Halal certified restaurants or Muslim-friendly restaurants, let it be Japanese cuisine or international cuisine, check out the extensive list of delicious restaurants below! Have fun exploring Kyoto!
Kobe beef is famous throughout the world for its legendary, juicy tenderness and flavor. However, Kobe beef that is halal is extremely rare, and only a handful of restaurants in the world offer this delicacy. If you're looking for halal Kobe beef, look no further than Nagomi!
Matsuri is a restaurant in Osaka serving halal Japanese cuisine. You can enjoy takoyaki, kushi katsu, sushi and ramen just to name a few. They even have some halal souvenirs and a prayer room.
This is a complete guide to where to have Halal Japanese cuisine in Osaka! You will find anything from ramen to yakiniku and also Osaka specialities, such as takoyaki!
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.
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.