Naritaya Halal Ramen
Halal Ramen Naritaya: Gion Branch (Kyoto)
Halal Ramen Naritaya Gion is a ramen restaurant in Gion which received a Halal certification in Malaysia so you can enjoy all the dishes on the menu without having to worry about your dietary restrictions. They are famous for their maze soba and their "karaage" (fried chicken). What's more is that it isn't more expensive than your usual ramen joint!
Halal Ramen Naritaya: Minami Branch (Osaka)
The Osaka branch is located close to Shinsaibashi Station. Like all the other stores, they use organic and halal ingredients. Apart from ramen, Naritaya also serves curry and chicken plates. The special Narita ramen is 1,300 yen, 1,500 for an extra large. Quite nice if you're ravenous!
Halal Ramen Naritaya: Asakusa Branch (Tokyo)
This restaurant is situated in the heart of Asakusa, it is quite close to the Senso-ji temple. As well as the halal ramen, you should also try the fried chicken and the gyoza. Please inform the staff if would like to use the prayer room first. They specialize in tsukemen, which they make with a secret sauce. Tsukemen are noodles served without a soup that you dip into a separate broth.
Halal Yakiniku Naritaya
Naritaya manages a few Halal restaurants across Japan: the ramen shop mentioned above, as well as a ramen shop in Osaka and in Tokyo. Kyoto can be quite pricey when it comes to restaurants, however, you don't need to have a Halal diet to try these reasonably-priced and delicious yakiniku plates. Lunch is about 1,500 yen, and dinner sets start at 2,500 yen! They also happened to receive a certification of excellence from Trip Advisor!