Updated: February 01, 2019
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An Essential Guide To Halal Restaurants Near Akihabara


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!

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Sultan is an Indian and Pakistani restaurant located in between Akihabara and Ueno stations. There are some table and counter seats. It serves lunch curry sets from 680 to 1,400 yen. You can choose from mutton, chicken, lamb, dal or seafood curries. A popular choice here is a set of 2 types of curries, nan bread, rice, a salad, and tandoori chicken for 1,100 yen. That should satisfy your hunger! You can also have your food for take-out.


A similar restaurant to Sultan is Siddique. Siddique also serves Indian and Pakistani foods at a comparable price. It is located to the north-east of the Akihabara Station. To get there you cross the river and head to the east once you get to the main road. The restaurant with a warm and relaxing ambiance is on two floors. Lunch sets are about 1,000 yen and the evening courses which includes a vegetarian course set are from 1,650 to 1,850 yen.


Al Mina is located close to the Kanda Station, at a 10-minute walk from the Akihabara Station to the north east. This is the place for you to go if you are looking for middle-eastern, Mediterranean cuisine. You can get great hummus and falafels, plates of mix kebabs, fresh tabouli (parsley, onion, and mint) salads, soups and much more. For dinner, there are 2-people courses for 3,500 to 5,700 yen. You can eat lunch there for about 1,000 yen.

Star Kebab

The place is located on the east side of the Akihabara Station near the Tsukomo robotic shop. At Star Kebab you can get a really nice, generously filled halal kebab with onions, tomatoes, and cabbage for about 500 to 700 yen. You can get more meat for a little extra. This is a stall only so you cannot sit inside while you eat your food. Nevertheless, for the price, Star Kebab is a great option for halal food in Akihabara.


This article presented some of the best places to eat halal foods within a walking distance of the Akihabara Station. Hope you'll find it useful!

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