Halal restaurant in Tokyo, Japan.

Tokyo, Japan


Nice and cozy resto with all kind of Ramen. Available for Vegan and Takeaway (uber eats).

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  • Say Hello To Mazulu Halal Beef Noodle's Second Outlet At Tokyo Station

    After their first outlet at Jimbocho, Mazulu Halal Beef Noodle has opened their second outlet at one of the busiest stations in Japan, Tokyo Station.  The Mazulu Halal Beef Noodle Tokyo Station has also been rated AAA by CrescentRating. At the Mazulu Halal Beef Noodle Tokyo Station, no alcohol is served in the premises. Mazulu Halal Beef Noodle is certified by the Nippon Asia Halal Association (NAHA) of Japan.  Image Credit: Mazulu Halal Beef Noodle What makes the Tokyo Station different from the outlet at Jimbocho is that at this outlet, there are nine types of noodle to choose from – Futome no sankakumen (Thick and Triangular Noodle) Sankakumen (Triangular Noodle) Gokubuto no hiramen (Extremely Thick Noodle)  Futome no hiramen (Wide and Flat Noodle) Hiramen (Thin and Flat Noodle) Futomen (Thick Noodle) Chuubutomen (Medium Thickness Noodle) Hosomen (Thin Noodle) Gokuhosomen (Extremely Thin Noodle) Image Credit: Mazulu Halal Beef Noodle At Mazulu, every bowl of beef noodle is made from scratch. From the hand-pulled Lamian (a type of Chinese noodles) to the hot beef broth made by simmering beef bones with 10 different medicinal spices for hours. Top it off with coriander, leaf garlic,  and thinly sliced beef. This bowl of goodness can make you feel right at home or could perhaps have you gulping gallons of water if you're not careful with their Chinese chilli oil. But from our experience, it's not that bad! via GIPHY If you're stopping by Mazulu Halal Beef Noodle Tokyo Station and have yet to perform your prayers, the restaurant is located just minutes away from a nearby prayer space at the JR East Travel Service Center.  Location: JR East Travel Service Center, Marunouchi North Gate, Tokyo Station BuildingAvailable Time: 08:30 AM to 07:00 PM (Weekdays), 08:30 AM to 05:00 PM (Weekends & Public Holidays) Background Story via GIPHY Takeru Seino, the manager of Mazulu Halal Beef Noodle Restaurant had actually gone to Lanzhou to look for a Lamian stall that would be willing to train him to make Lamian noodles. During his study in Beijing, he had fallen in love with the dish after tasting it for the first time while he was in Beijing. It was after multiple failed attempts of trying of recreating Lamian noodles that he finally resorted to taking a trip to Lanzhou to get himself professionally trained. After much persuasion, Mazulu agreed to train him and he finally mastered the skill of handcrafting these noodles to perfection and later opened his own shop in Japan. Indeed every strand of Lanzhou lamian is a work of art by craftsmen.  Address: GranTokyo South Tower B1F, 1-9-2 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-6690Opening Hours: 11:00 AM to 10:30 PM (Mon-Sat)                          11:00 AM to 09:30 PM (Sundays, Public Holidays)                          *Note: The store will close when the broth is sold outContact No.: +81-3-6268-0323 Directions from Tokyo Station 3 minutes walk to Yurakucho area, after exiting Yaesu South Exit Website  ...

  • If You're in Japan, Don't Miss Out on Mazulu Halal Beef Noodle Restaurant!

    Have you ever tasted something so good that you wanted to learn how to make it? Well, Takeru Seino definitely did! Takeru is the manager of Mazulu Halal Beef Noodle Restaurant. While studying in Beijing, he fell in love with the Lanzhou lamian (a type of Chinese handmade noodles) that he ate during his stay. After returning home, he tried various ways to recreate the Lanzhou noodles, but that resulted in mutiple failed attempts.  Credit: Mazulu Halal Beef Noodle Restaurant And so, he went on a trip to Lanzhou in search for a Lamian shop that would be willing to train him to make these delicious noodles. At last, he came across Mazulu Halal Beef Noodle restaurant. After much persuasion, Mazulu agreed to train him and he finally mastered the skill of handcrafting these noodles to perfection and later opened his own shop in Japan. Credit: Mazulu Halal Beef Noodle RestaurantMazulu Halal Beef Noodle restaurant was established over 100 years ago and is situated along the ancient Silk Road. One interesting feature about this restaurant is that they are the only Lanzhou Lamian shop that is certified by the Chinese government as "China Time-honored Brand." What's more, they even had the honourable opportunity of being featured on a well-known gourmet documentary called "A Bite of China (Shejianshang de Zhongguo)." Truly, Mazulu is the best Lanzhou Beef Noodle shop in Japan, and it is no wonder that their noodles are ranked "Special Grade"! Not to mention, they're awarded an AAA grade by Crescentrating as well. Credit: Mazulu Halal Beef Noodle Restaurant As its name suggests, this Halal restaurant is known for their signature beef noodles, where every component of the dish is crucial and given careful attention. Their noodles in particular are hand stretched by craftsmen using wheat flour dough. They come in three different thicknesses - thin (hosomen), regular (hiramen) or triangular (sankakumen). For those of you who naturally have a small appetite, the staff would highly recommend you to try their thinnest noodles so that the portion of noodles is just right for you. Credit: Mazulu Halal Beef Noodle Restaurant Upon crafting the noodles, everything is drenched in hot soup that is made by simmering beef bones with 10 different medicinal spices for hours on end. Not forgetting, the ramen is then garnished with coriander, leaf garlic, beef, radishes and topped off with Chinese chili oil. Indeed, the crunchy radishes are a great mix to all the delicious chewy noodles! For those of you who cannot handle spicy food, don't be deterred by the red colour of the chilli oil because the chilli is not too spicy.  Credit: Mazulu Halal Beef Noodle Restaurant The beef noodles are sold at an affordable price of just 1000 yen, and extra coriander or beef will only cost you an additional 120 yen and 200 yen respectively. That's a bargain considering the generous portion you're served! To get an authentic taste of Japan, we would highly recommend that you pair your Lamian noodles with a cup of green tea. Do note that the queue at this restaurant is usually pretty long but your waiting time shouldn't take more than 30 minutes. The friendly staff (who are fluent in English and Japanese) are always making the effort to ensure that the tables are cleared quickly so that customers do not need to wait very long. Address: Mazulu,1-3-18,Kanda Jimbocho,Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 101-0051From the Jinbocho Subway Station, take a 5-minute walk from exit A7Opening Hours: (Daily) 11am - 3pm, 5pm to 8.30pm *Shop usually closes once the broth is sold outContact No. : 03-6811-7992 Halal Status : Halal-Certified  Nearby Prayer Places: 1. Prayer Room LAOX B1F (5-mins drive from Mazulu)Address:1 Chome-2-9 Sotokanda, Chiyoda City, Tokyo 101-0021, Japan (located in LAOX Akihabara Main Shop)  2. Asakusa Mosque (25-minute drive from Mazulu)Address: 1 Chome-9-12 Higashiasakusa, Taito City, Tokyo 111-0025, Japan So if you're planning to travel to Japan anytime soon, make sure you check out Mazulu Halal Beef Noodle restaurant because not only does it sell delicious food, but it's got rich history as well! Website Facebook  ...

  • Tokyo Olympics 2020 | 9 Out-Of-This-World Things You Need To Know

    Sports fans worldwide are getting all geared up to watch their favorite athletes in action at the 2020 Tokyo Summer Olympics, taking place from 24th July to 9th August in Japan. This year’s event is set to be as interesting as ever, with Japan extending their reputed hospitality to visitors and making great efforts to create a welcoming environment. What is special about the 2020 Olympics is that Japan’s technology will be taking things to the next level. And yes! This does include robots and self-driving taxis! via GIPHY Furthermore, organizers of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics have decided to make Japan a lot more Muslim-friendly which is certainly a great move when bringing different communities together. As first-time hosts, Japan aims to make the Tokyo 2020 Olympics a unique and memorable experience for everyone. 1. Look Out For The Mobile Mosque Credit: Japan News-Yomiuri on Portland Press Herald While the Tokyo Grand Mosque is easily the best place to perform your prayers, it might be time-consuming and a hassle to navigate your way back and forth the event venue and mosque. This is when the mobile mosque would come in really handy! The massive 48 square-meter mobile mosque can accommodate up to 50 worshippers. The 25-ton truck comes with a portable ablution area for worshippers to make wudhu. The mobile mosque was created to encourage Muslim travelers to Japan for the Olympics without having to worry about their personal needs. 2. Stay Tuned For The 2020 Paralympics The excitement of the Olympics will continue on to the 2020 Paralympics which will be held from August 25th to September 6th. Not only will this event be an inspiring one, but two new sports will be added to the agenda - badminton and taekwondo. The 2020 Paralympics will also include the traditional torch relay, and events are set to take place at all prefectures that will be hosting the event in Japan. 3. New Sports Will Be Part Of The Agenda If you are wondering what is special about the 2020 Olympics, look out for the sports that will be part of the agenda for the first time Baseball/Softball, Karate, Sport Climbing, Surfing, and Skateboarding. It’s well-known that one of Japan’s favorite sports include baseball, which will be marking its return at the 2020 Olympics along with softball as well. 4. Halal Meals Will Be Available As one of the moves to make the Olympics more Muslim-friendly - athletes and visitors will find it easier to get Halal meals. So, you don’t have to worry about locating Halal restaurants, instead, you can focus on the thrilling sporting events. The Halal meals will be provided by the Muslim World League (MWL) which is also set to be the provider of Halal items in Japan under a new agreement with the country. The MWL has promised that quality products and services will be certified accordingly as well. 5. Let The Robots Take You Into The Future Credit: Techspot It’s no secret that Japan is among the most technologically forward countries in the world - so be prepared to let robots carry your luggage! This is all part of the 2020 technology to create a futuristic environment and with a swarm of robots performing tasks to make visitors feel welcome and enjoy a convenient stay during the major sporting event. Majority of the robots will be at the athlete’s Olympic village in the Odaiba area and at the airport, where visitors will get assistance with translation, directions, transport and even sight-seeing. 6. More Cutting Edge Technology Credit: Voicetra Part of the amazing 2020 Technology that Japan will be presenting includes an app that features real-time translation known as VoiceTra that is designed to translate 10 languages and will be available in public areas such as shopping spots and landmarks. Panasonic will also be introducing a palm-sized translator that can translate Japanese into 10 languages. Finally taking things further for viewers at home, the NHK plans to broadcast the event in glorious 8k high definition where you can enjoy the Tokyo 2020 Olympics in a high-quality display. 7. Olympic Medals Will Contain Parts Of Old Electronics With all this progress in technology, creating a unique experience for visitors to the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, Japan is also taking a sustainable approach to the medals for the event. The Japanese are encouraged to donate their old and unused electronic items which will be used to manufacture up to 5000 medals for the Olympics. 8. A Unique Take On Technology And Transport Credit: Nikkei Asian Review Japan plans to the next level once again by introducing the self-driving taxis to the streets. The taxis are installed with sensors, with more vehicles to be launched out in time for the Tokyo Olympics. Additionally, there are big plans to power the entire Olympic athletes’ village with hydrogen by using fuel cells and hydrogen-powered buses as well. 9. Artificial Shooting Stars? via GIPHY Another fascinating feature of this year’s Olympics include plans to release an artificial meteor shower from a cubic microsatellite that will be operated from earth for the opening ceremony, which will be the very first of its kind.  ...

  • 9 Tips To Conquer Your Journey To The Magical Tokyo Disneyland From Chiba, Japan!

    Main Image Credit: Tokyo Disney Resort Facebook Planning a Halal-friendly trip to Disneyland Tokyo? Who doesn’t love Disney? Kids and adults alike world over love Disney and the magic it brings to their lives. So how can one plan a trip to Tokyo, and leave out magical Tokyo Disneyland? You can’t! So here are the ultimate tips to planning the perfect Tokyo Disneyland trip! How to Get There? If you’re wondering how to travel from Chiba to Tokyo Disneyland, you’ve got three options: by car/taxi, bus, or train. The faster option would be to take a taxi, or you could rent a car and drive yourself, which would be way cheaper. You can ask your hotel to help you out with this. The bus is also an economical option, and you will be able to get off right at the entrance. Alternatively, you could also take the train. The main gate of the park is situated directly opposite both the Maihama Station and Tokyo Disneyland Station. Picture Credit: Tokyo Disney Resort The Tokyo Disneyland website has a detailed section dedicated to help you finding the easiest way to get there. You can find all the train and bus schedules from different places, as well as a road map for directions, if you choose to drive. Here's Your Muslim Visitor Guide To Tokyo, Japan Where to Pray and Eat? An essential part of the ultimate Tokyo Disney trip planning guide for Muslims would be to plan where you can pray and what you can eat. Prayer Facilities at Tokyo Disneyland We got our travel-sized prayer mats from Takva! Not to worry, as there are prayer rooms available inside Tokyo Disneyland, so you can take a break from all the fun rides to pray and have a bit of a rest. But as there is no designated room, you will have to ask the staff at the information desks, and they will be glad to arrange the room for you. Don't forget to bring along your own travel-sized prayer garments and prayer mats! To get your Qibla, simply look into the HalalTrip App! Halal Food at Tokyo Disneyland East Side Cafe Picture Credit: Tokyo Disney Resort There are no Halal-certified restaurants at Tokyo Disneyland, but you should be able to find seafood and vegetarian options at some of the restaurants like the Eastside Cafe, Pan Galactic Pizza Port, and Captain Hook's Gallery. However, always make sure to check with the staff about individual menu items. A good tip for visiting Tokyo Disneyland is to bring your own Halal food, which you can eat at the picnic areas of the park. The park also offer services for guests with 'Special Dietary Limitations' where guests can request to use the microwaves within the park itself. Refer here for more information. More Tips for Visiting Tokyo Disneyland 1. Book Your Ticket in Advance The queues here are endless, with the thousands of visitors that the park hosts every day; so number one on your trip planning guide to Tokyo Disneyland would be to get your ticket in advance. You can get your ticket at a number of places like the Shinagawa Station, or you could book your e-ticket online through the website. If you're a little more anxious, get your tickets at the airport that you are departing from. Airports like Changi Airport Singapore has booths where you can purchase your theme park tickets even before your departure. 2. Get a FASTPASS Ticket Picture Credit: Tokyo Disney Resort Your second tip to planning the perfect Tokyo Disneyland trip also involves queues. You’ll find that many of the attractions have long lines, you can save a bit of time by getting the FASTPASS tickets. What are FASTPASS tickets? These tickets are similar to reservation tickets that are issued at machines that are available right next to the rides. FASTPASS tickets give you a specific time when you can go on the ride, so you can explore the park and return at the designated times. (Make sure to get to the park really early, like an hour before it opens, because even FASTPASS tickets tend to run out really soon.) 3. Bring Along Snacks Are you getting the theme here? Queues! It’s better to bring your own food and snacks, as you’ll be spending most of your time queuing up at the restaurants and snack shops, precious time that you could be using to have fun! 4. Consider Getting a Multi-Day Passport Picture Credit: Tokyo Disney Resort Facebook Disney tourist blogs will tell you that one day is not enough to cover the entire two parks, and they would be right. If you are interested, you could get the multi-day passport (which would be cheaper than buying 1-day passports twice or thrice). Or for the ultimate Tokyo Disneyland trip planning guide, consider a one or two-night stay at one of the Disneyland resort hotels. 5. Rent a Stroller for the Little One Picture Credit: Tokyo Disney Resort A good tip for visiting Tokyo Disneyland for those with infants is to rent a stroller inside the park. Feeding and changing rooms are also available. 6. Catch the Fireworks & Laser Shows Picture Credit: Tokyo Disney Resort Facebook Make sure to stay for the fireworks and laser shows at the end of the night. Your trip planning guide to Tokyo Disneyland 2019 would be incomplete without it! Address: 1-1 Maihama, Urayasu, Chiba Prefecture 279-0031, JapanTelephone: +81 45-330-5211Website: www.tokyodisneyresort.jpOpening Hours: 8AM to 10PM...

  • LATEST: Check Out This New Muslim-Friendly Youth Hostel In Tokyo

    Hostel DEN, a new hostel for youths that are on their adventure in Tokyo, Japan. This hostel is all about the modern way of living and also a touch of traditional Japan seen in its design, colour schemes and its lounge area. Hostel DEN caters to travelers of different beliefs by providing additional amenities like the prayer room. Location This modern and minimalist hostel is located just minutes away from three of Tokyo’s metro stations - Kodemmacho Station (3 mins), Shin-Nihombashi Station (5mins) and Kanda Station (10 mins). Picture Credit: Find Halal Restaurants Near You in Tokyo, Japan Amenities Picture Credit: Picture Credit: Hostel DEN offers basic amenities such as air-conditioning, hair dryers, iron and ironing board, elevator, washing machine, and dryer as well as a kitchen for guests to whip up their meals. Common Spaces Picture Credit: The hostel also has common rooms for guests to interact and a rooftop lounge area to chill. Prayer Room Picture Credit: Hostel DEN is also one of the very first hostels in Tokyo to cater to the needs of guests with different beliefs. The hostel provides a prayer room for guests, equipped with an ablution area for wudhu and a prayer mat for your prayers. Dorms Picture Credit: The hostel offers both mixed and female dorm rooms starting from SGD31 and private dorm rooms starting from SGD197. Guests can either choose from a dorm with 4 beds, 6 beds or a dorm with 10 beds. Guests will be provided with shared bathrooms. Towels not included. Private Rooms Picture Credit: Alternatively, guests that travel as a couple could opt for the double room starting from SGD96. Address: 103-0023 Tokyo Prefecture, Chuo-ku Nihonbashi-honcho 4-13-8, Japan Rates: Starting from SGD31Contact: +813-6661-2067Email: Facebook | Instagram Travelling can be costly but there are always ways to avoid burning a hole in your pocket. Try opting for hostels instead of hotels to save on accommodation. Step out of your comfort zone and meet new travelers from all over the world at Hostel DEN. You'll never know if it's going to be one of your best stays in Japan! Find Mosques Near You in Tokyo, Japan...