Updated: February 13, 2020
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Tempura Tsunahachi Ginza (no pork, Muslim-friendly menu)


You can experience Muslim-friendly high-end tempura at Tsunahachi in Ginza. Here is the information.

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Tempura Tsunahachi Ginza

Tsunahachi is a tempura restaurant chain that originated in Shinjuku.

They now have a shop in Ginza which has done away with using pork to make their restaurant Muslim-friendly. The restaurant is not halal-certified, however. They still provide a tempura sauce with mirin, which contains alcohol, for those who want it.
You can order a la carte, piece by piece, or you can have a set meal which comes with a variety of seasonal vegetables and kinds of seafood.

For lunch expect to pay 2,500 and for dinner around ¥4,000 to ¥5,000.

You should try the gorgeous Edomae set from ¥4,620 if you're going for dinner. It includes two Japanese tiger prawns, squid, anago (saltwater eel) and a variety of vegetables, served with miso soup, rice, and other side dishes.
Tsunahachi is on the high-end side for a tempura restaurant, so it's worth the try to experience this kind of unique sophisticated Japanese cuisine.
Japanese food culture enthusiast. Love to explore new areas and discover local specialties.

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