Updated: February 15, 2019
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5 Superb Restaurants In Asakusa Serving Halal Foods

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Here is a list of some of the best Halal restaurants in Asakusa. The list includes ramen, sushi, shabu shabu and more! You're bound to find something that you like.

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Halal Ramen Naritaya

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For Halal ramen, Naritaya is one of the most popular joints in the city. It's situated in the heart of Asakusa, close to Senso-ji temple. Their delicious ramen has a chicken broth. But actually, here, you might want to try their tsukemen instead of their ramen because it's their specialty. Tsukemen are noodles served without a soup that you dip into a separate broth. You can also enjoy some nice fried chicken and gyozas.

Note that Naritaya even has a prayer room so it's fair to say that it's one of the most Muslim-friendly restaurants in Tokyo!
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Asakusa Sushi Ken

Asakusa Sushiken is the first certified halal sushi restaurant in Tokyo. 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 popular with Muslims and non-Muslims alike.

Asakusa Nagomi

Asakusa Nagomi is one of the few restaurants in Japan where you can enjoy some top quality Halal certified wagyu beef (Japanese cattle). The cuisine is shabu shabu so you have a hot pot at your table, the meat is served in thin slices, and you cook it yourself in the pot with a burner attached to it. You'll love the experience, the good quality meat and the Japanese-style decor!

Gonpachi Asakusa

Gonpachi Asakusa is one of the best places to go if you want to try out a variety of tasty Japanese specialties. They serve a Muslim-friendly course that is ¥3,000 for lunch and ¥5,000 for dinner that includes tempura, sushi and sashimi, as well as yakitori (grilled meat on skewers). If you want to go supreme and have a very high-end course, you can also do that! Indeed they serve a Halal Ozaki beef steak course for about ¥20,000.

Be aware that for courses, you have to make a reservation 2 days in advance.

The Kebab Factory Asakusa

For some good satisfying kebabs and other reasonably-priced Turkish specialties, this is the place. A lot of the kebab joints in Tokyo are small take-out only stalls but here you can actually sit at a table. The restaurant has a 30 people capacity. It's located at just 120 meters from Asakusa station.

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