Updated: November 06, 2018
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3 Halal Certified Japanese Restaurants in Shibuya

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It may not be very easy to find a restaurant that is Halal certified in Japan. Just to make your trip a little easier, here are the lists of restaurants you could visit in Shibuya, Tokyo!

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HANASAKAJI-SAN (花咲かじいさん 桜丘店)

A 3 minute walk from Shibuya station, this place is a Halal-certified restaurant that serves Japanese cuisine, mainly Halal beef shabu-shabu. Shabu-shabu is one of the popular Japanese cuisines that shares similar eating style with cheese fondue - except you put thin sliced beef into a pot of hot boiling water.
Their shabu-shabu lunch is at a reasonable price, and if you are looking for a place to try shabu-shabu, this place is it!

Gyumon (牛門)

About a 8 minute walk from Shibuya station, this place offers Halal yakiniku (Japanese barbecue). With its relaxing atmosphere that reminds Japanese people of their grandparents' house, you can have an amazing yakiniku experience, which is also one of the popular cuisines in Japan. It is open until 4 in the morning, so you can go in anytime!

Hitsuji-mon (ひつじもん)

About 5 minutes away by walk from Shibuya station, there is another Yakiniku (Japanese barbecue)/ shabu-shabu restaurant where they offer lamb meat. If you visit here, you must try their Jingisukan, one of the Japanese barbecue cuisines with lamb meat.

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