Updated: February 08, 2019
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Halal Sushi In Asakusa, Tokyo At Asakusa Sushi Ken!

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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!

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Asakusa Sushi Ken

Asakusa Sushiken is the first certified halal sushi restaurant. It also has a prayer room in the restaurant. The fish is fresh, the location is great and the service is good. Lunch is from around ¥1,300, and dinner from ¥4,000. It's great for Muslims and non-Muslims alike.

Lunch Menu

Lunch starts at 780 yen with a "sashimi don", fresh fish on a bed of rice, it comes with soup. The most expensive lunch is the "wagyu" (Japanese beef) bowl, and it comes with "chawanmushi" steamed egg pudding, and soup.
For a bang for your buck, I highly suggest the tempura set, or the nigiri sushi plate!

Dinner Menu

There are different courses to choose from for dinner, ranging from 4,000 yen to 8,000.

This is really affordable given the number of dishes that you are served.

The cheapest course comes with salad, sashimi, "karaage" (deep fried chicken), "chawanmushi", etc.

You can also get a sushi course for 6,000 yen.

The most expensive course comes with recommended sake and sparkling wine, so it's not recommended for those who eat halal.

Finally...

If you've enjoyed this resto and you are looking for more delicious Halal restaurants in Tokyo, click on the link below!
Lili Wanderlust
I love travelling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.

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