Tentei Restaurant located in Narita Airport, Terminal 2 offers a fabulous selection of mouthwatering Japanese food dishes, at reasonable prices. This restaurant is perfect for Muslims, since the food served is Halal. Only fresh and natural ingredients are used in the dishes....more

Narita, Japan

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Pretty good Japanese cuisine at the Narita Airport.

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  • Japan's Most Aesthetic Hostels You Need To Check Out

    Tokyo is the capital city of Japan, a bustling cosmopolitan city. With its modernity and well-preserved history, there are so many things you can do and see in Tokyo. Whether you travel solely for nature or to shop, Tokyo offers its visitor vast choices of shopping, entertainment, greenery, and culture. These different sides that you can find while exploring will surprise you and make your trip a memorable one. Japan, in general, is known to be an expensive country if you compare it to any other Asian country. No doubt, I must admit that it is true. But this shouldn't hinder you from visiting the country. With proper planning and sourcing out for the best itinerary that best suits your budget, you can enjoy the best out of what Tokyo has to offer. Booking accommodations in Tokyo might come as a surprise to you as it can be really costly. I am not a hostel person in general. But due to budget, I narrowed down my necessity and happened to stumble across hostels in Tokyo. Here are some of the hostels that you should book if you are visiting Tokyo!Also Read: Tokyo Olympics 2020 | 9 Out-Of-This-World Things You Need To Know 1. Bunka Hostels Tokyo Image Credit: Bunka Hostel; Conveniently located in Asakusa, a district filled with history and shopping streets. Bunka Hostels Tokyo is located in Asakusa, a district filled with history and shopping streets. A 5-minute walk from Asakusa station, this hotel's location makes it easy to navigate to the city center. This hostel is known for its contemporary concept combined with the Japanese element. Image Credit: Bunka Hostel; With an interior of clean and minimalist Japanese concept, Bunka Hostel is easily any backpacker's dream. The clean cuts of its furniture and the strong wood accent simply accentuate Japanese architecture. Image Credit: Bunka Hostel; The female dormitory is equipped with curtains and is kept separated from the male dormitories. This makes the hostel a safe and secure place for female travellers to stay in. You can choose from three different kinds of rooms; mixed dormitory, female dormitory and family room. Daily house-keeping and superb customer service will make your stay a comfortable and pleasant one. With exceptional reviews on most booking sites, there shouldn't be an excuse not to consider this as your accommodation! Plus points: Free Wi-Fi is available in all rooms inclusive of public areas. Laundromat and luggage storage may help in the planning of your itinerary if needed. A shared dining area is available on the top floor. Price per night: From SGD38 Address: 1-13-5, Asakusa, Taito-Ku, Tokyo 111-0032 Website | Facebook | Instagram 2. OakHostel Sakura Image Credit: Hotels of Tokyo; Oakhostels Sakura offers a dormitory room for female only. This is perfect for female travellers to Tokyo. Oakhostels Sakura is one of the hostels established under Oak Hotel. As this hostel is conveniently situated near Oshiage Station, you can easily add Tokyo Skytree as part of your ininerary. Apart from that, there is a direct train access from Narita Airport, making your journey from the airport an easier one. Oakhostels Sakura offers dormitory room; either mixed or female-only. You might want to check out their single room as I feel that it is slightly less expensive as compared to other hostels. Plus points: Free Wi-Fi is available in all rooms inclusive of public areas. Laundromat and luggage storage may also help in the planning of your itinerary if needed. A shared dining area is available and made free for use. Price per night: From SGD28Address: 4-6-9, Narihira, Sumida-Ku, Tokyo 130-0002 Website | Facebook  3. Mustard Hotel Shibuya Image Credit: Mustard Shibuya Hotel on Facebook; Mustard Shibuya Hotel is conveniently located near the city's entertainment street. Shibuya is known for its latest fashion and street culture.  If you are looking to stay in a bustling town area like Shibuya, check out Mustard Hotel Shibuya. Opened in 2018, this hotel is situated in between of Shibuya Station and Ebisu Station. Mustard Shibuya Hotel is known for its collaboration with various artists in a program called "Creators in Mustard" to showcase various artworks and exhibitions. Image Credit: Mustard Shibuya Hotel; Mustard Shibuya Hotel offers rooms with a simple yet eye-catching design.   Mustard Shibuya Hotel has a wide range of rooms to accomodate different needs and preferences of guests. You can choose from dormitory rooms to private rooms. The hotel's design is simple, yet functional; perfect for those who adore minimalist designs. Plus points: Free Wi-Fi is available in all rooms inclusive of public areas. Laundromat and luggage storage may help in the planning of your itinerary, if needed. A shared dining area is available and made free for use. There is also a bicycle rental service. If you're up for some thrill, you can even rent a skateboard, with its designs inspired by the Japanese culture. With all of these activities in store for you, you are sure to enjoy your stay at Mustard Shibuya Hotel.  Price per night: From SGD44 Address: Shibuya Bridge B, 1-29-3 Higashi, Shibuya, Tokyo 150-0011 Website | Facebook | InstagramAlso Read: Check Out This New Muslim-Friendly Youth Hostel In Tokyo 4. Hostel Den Image Credit: Hostel Den on Agoda; Hostel Den gives off a modern feel with a traditional Japanese touch.  Hostel Den is the first Muslim-friendly hostel, providing prayer rooms and also maps for Halal restaurants. The location of this hostel is smacked right in-between 5 different stations. Each of which is being used for different subway lines which makes your alternative mode of transportation vast. This hostel offered dormitory for mixed, male-only and female-only, and also private rooms with shared bathrooms. Plus points: Free Wi-Fi is available in all rooms inclusive of public areas. Laundromat and luggage storage may help in the planning of your itinerary if needed. A shared dining area is available and made free for use. There is also a portable Wi-Fi rental service provided. Price per night: From SGD32Address: 4-13-8, Nihonbashi-honcho, Chuo-Ku, Tokyo, Japan, 103-0023 Website | Facebook | Instagram 5. Sadou Hostel Image Credit: Sadou Hostel on Facebook; Sadou Hostel is a must-stay hostel if you are into Japanese culture. The rooms are modern and spacious, yet furnished with a tint of traditional Japanese elements.  Located in the Ueno district, Sadou Hostel is based on the philosophy "Once in a lifetime opportunity." They offer various Japanese cultural events like tea ceremony, flower arrangement and calligraphy, to name a few. It is a must stay hostel if you want to learn more about Japanese culture as the rates tend to be cheaper as compared to other places. This hostel provides dormitory-style rooms; mixed, male and female.  Plus points: Free Wi-Fi is available in all rooms inclusive of public areas. Laundromat and luggage storage may help in the planning of your itinerary if needed. A shared kitchen is available and made free for use. Price per night: From SGD44Address: 1-11-7, Higashiueno, Taito-Ku, Tokyo, 110-0015 Website | Facebook | Instagram 6. Beagle Tokyo Hostel & Apartments Image Credit: Beagle Tokyo Hostel & Apartments on Agoda; This Hostel has an interesting wooden interior design which is visually pleasing.  This hostel is worth the mention despite being situated further away from the city area (and that is if you don't mind.) Located just 8-minutes away from Haneda airport, Beagle Hostels is suitable for guests with late-night flights as they provide a free airport shuttle. Do note that booking is required for this service. Also, the dormitory rooms are separated between males and females. You might want to check out the family room if you are traveling with your family. Interestingly, they provide a prayer mat for those staying in the family room! What are you waiting for? Check out this Muslim-friendly hostel now! Plus points: Free Wi-Fi is available in all rooms inclusive of public areas. Laundromat and luggage storage may help in the planning of your itinerary if needed. Price per night: From SGD40 Address: 1-15-16 Haneda, Ota-Ku, Tokyo, 144-0043 Website  Also Read: If You're in Japan, Don't Miss Out on Mazulu Halal Beef Noodle Restaurant! With an abundance of hostels available in Tokyo, you will be spoilt for choices. Reading reviews will help you to narrow down the best hostels to stay in. I hope this list can help you to plan for your next trip to Tokyo!...

  • Find Mosques and Prayer Places in Tokyo

    Been dreaming of travelling to Japan? This country is one of the hottest travel destinations lately, and for good reasons. Perhaps some people might think that adventures to Japan on their own might be difficult with regard to language, food, directions, or getting confused about how to find mosques and prayer places nearby. In fact, it’s not so difficult to navigate anymore, with access to the internet and Japan Map. Never doubt how to find mosques and prayer places near you in Tokyo, because they can be found easily. Also, you can visit the largest Mosque in Japan and take some pictures. So, I'm going to list a couple of Mosques and Prayer Rooms in Tokyo and Japan. Check these out! Find a Halal Restaurant in Japan Find a Halal Hotel in Japan via GIPHY Tokyo Camii & Turkish Culture Center Picture Credit - What comes to your mind when you think of Mosques in Tokyo, Japan, with Turkish architecture? Would you believe that there's a Tokyo Mosque known as Tokyo Camii or Tokyo Jama Masjid, located in the Oyama-cho district of Shibuya ward in Tokyo with an adjoining Turkish Culture Center made by Turks? Yes, this mosque's ornamentation was based on Ottoman religious architecture, and it was completed in 2000. It’s 734 square meters in area, with the main dome being 23 metres tall, supported by six pillars. This mosque is Tokyo's largest mosque, and also the biggest in all of Japan. So, how do you get to Tokyo Camii? It's located just a few stops away from the bustling Shinjuku Station. So, if you're searching for a Mosque in Shinjuku, the best answer is Tokyo Camii. Just alight at Yoyogi-Uehera, walk for about 5 minutes and you’ll see the marble Turkish architecture slowly starting to emerge. Address: 1-19 Oyama-cho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 151-0065, JAPANTel : 03 5790 0760Opening hours: 10:00 to 18:00 everyday including Sundays and Holidays Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | YouTube Don’t forget to find halal food near Camii Tokyo, here’s a Halal restaurants that you can try: Maharaja Biryani Halal Restaurant Address: 4 Chome-33-11 Kitazawa, Setagaya, Tokyo 155-0031, JapanOpening Hours: Monday - Saturday, 11 AM - 3 PM and 5 PM - 11 PMContact: +81 3-3468-4540Website:   Otsuka Masjid Toshima Picture Credit - Abasaa あばさー, Have you heard about Otsuka Masjid Toshima? Otsuka Masjid Toshima is the most famously unique mosque in Japan. It's located in the center of Tokyo and just one stop away from Ikebukuro Station. The unique side of this Mosque is that it actively serves as the centre for Muslim activities such as seminars, Islamic lectures and Arabic language classes. You can go there with your family to encourage them to go to the mosque, because Islam wants Muslims to get together in a congregation, get to know one another better and build up rapport. Location: 3-42-7, Minami Otsuka, Toshima-ku, TokyoContact: 03-3971-5631Website: Facebook   Asakusa Mosque (Darul Arqam Mosque) Picture credit - Nesnad, If you're in Asakusa and you want to pray, there’s Asakusa Mosque, also known as Darul Arqam Mosque in there. It located 13 minutes away from Senso-ji temple or 20 minutes walk from Tokyo Skytree. Asakusa Mosque is also near from Asakusa Station on The Ginza Line and Minami Senju Station on JR Loban Line and Hibiya Line. Most tourists looking to pray in Asakusa will visit this Mosque. Location: 1-9-12 Higashi-Asakusa, Taito-ku, TokyoOpening hours: Everyday 10.00am - 5.00pm (except Tuesday and Saturday) / Sunday 2.00pm - 5.00pmContact: 03-3871-6061 or 090-7256-3528Website:   Ohana Chaya Mosque (Makki Masjid) Picture Credit - If you haven't visited Ohanajaya Area, let’s visit Ohanajaya Park, then! What’s Ohanajaya like? You can see so many residents here and parks, and it's highly accessible to the rest of the city with plenty of shopping locations. FYI, “Ohanajaya” or “Ohana Chaya’ means “flower tea house”. It's just 15 minutes away from Nippori Station, or 20 minutes from Ueno. In Ohana, you can find Ohana Chaya Masjid, also known as Makki Masjid, a 7-minute walk from Ohanajaya Station. Location: 5-22-11, Yotsugi, Katsushika-ku, TokyoContact: 03-5670-7426 Facebook   As-Salaam Mosque, Okachimachi Picture Credit - Do you like visiting museums? There are some museums in Okachimachi, such as Shitamachi Museum and Quark Museum. The Okachimachi Mosque is located in Taito, and this makes it easier for visiting during your travel in Tokyo, just 7 minutes away from the Okachimachi Station on the Yamanote Line. Location: 1F Assalaam Building, 4-6-7, Taito, Taito-ku, TokyoContact: 050-3644-1045 / 090-3332-3639   Shibuya Prayer Room: Noa Dogenzaka Picture Credit - Herriy Cayhadi, With so many awesome things to do in Shibuya beyond the famed pedestrian scramble that makes tourists excited. Shibuya is also a good place for backpackers who want an introduction to Tokyo’s more energetic or spiritual side. How to get to Shibuya Prayer Room? Just leave Shibuya Station by the Hachiko exit then, cross the crossroad in the direction of 109 stores so you can find Noa Dogenzaka or Shibuya Prayer Room. Address: 2 Chome 15-1 Dougenzaka, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-0043 JapanTelephone: +81 (0)3-6712-7066Website: Twitter   Prayer Room Harajuku: JR East Photo credit - JR East, As the centre of Japanese youth culture, the unique fashion boutiques in Harajuku takes centre stage, filled with shopping & dining options. This area also encompasses many backsteets such as Takeshita Street and Cat Street spreading from Sendagaya. If you want to find Prayer Room Harajuku or Prayer Room Tokyo Station then JR east Prayer Room is best choice. This prayer room was opened in June 2017, and is the first such room at a JR East railway station, though there are some available at airports and hotels in the Kanto region. Sounds great, huh? Address: 1 Chome-9 Marunouchi, Chiyoda, Tokyo 100-0005, Japan   Prayer Room Akihabara: Laox Akihabara Picture Credit - What do you often do during a trip? When you visit Akihabara, let’s try shopping! Yup, shopping is the crucial thing to do when you visit the most lively district of Tokyo. One of the Stores that you should visit is Laox. Now, because of the increasing number of Muslim visitors, Laox has opened a good prayer room. It's on the 7th Floor, 1-2-9 Sotokanda, Chiyoda, Tokyo and near Akihabara Station. Address: 1-2-9 7F Sotokanda, Chiyoda-ku, TokyoTel: +81 3-3253-7111Website: So, do not worry because these are only some of the beautiful mosques and prayer rooms in Japan. Some Japanese airports are now labeled as Muslim-friendly and have prayer rooms, including Narita Airport. To get more information about destinations, travelling tips and Halal Travel, check Halal Trip and have a wonderful trip! via GIPHY Find things to do in Japan Go on a Halal Trip to Japan with us!...

  • 5 Best Muslim-Friendly Cities to Travel in February

    As January comes to a close it's time to welcome the month of February. For those of you who are fond winter travelling, all is not lost. In some places the end of January does not mean the end of winter so, keep your hopes high! You still might get a chance to see the winter beauty of different cities if you plan to go out in February. Here are the names of the cities that look their best in February. via GIPHY Follow our city guides Harbin, China: Happening in the capital city of China's northern Heilongjiang province, Harbin International Ice and Snow sculpture festival attracts thousands of foreign visitors each year. The festival begins in December and goes on till 25th February, so if you haven't visited it by March, pack your bags for December. Remember, The Harbin Ice and Snow festival is the largest winter, ice and snow festival in the world. Also, since Harbin is located at the northern tip of China it faces the brunt of Siberian winds, hence, temperatures can go well under -20°C. The Harbin Taiping Airport is one of the busiest airports in China, and is connected by various Chinese and international airlines, so getting there isn't a problem. Finding Halal food restaurants in Harbin could be challenging if you're a first timer but there's ways to make it easier to find Halal food restaurants near you, you can use mobile apps such as the Halaltrip app to locate Halal food eateries near you. Chicago, USA: Although, Chicago faces the full brunt of winter, in February things start to calm down. Chicago, IL is also one of the most diverse cities in the US that has a sizeable part of its population being foreign born. It is also one of the major go-to destinations for foreigners and other Americans living in different parts of the US. There are a variety of hotels in and around the city, ranging from extremely expensive ones downtown, to cheap ones in the suburbs, or you can rent a hostel room / student dormitory if you're a solo traveler. Finding Halal food in Chicago is easy since it's home to a large population of Muslims, therefore you'll find many restaurants and diners offering Halal food. Chicago has a number of attractions including the famous Willis Tower, and the metallic bean (Cloud Gate) located in the Millennium Park. Also, the Chicago River runs through the city, and has magnificent high-rise buildings on both sides.  These are a few things that you can see in Chicago, but remember, Chicago is much bigger than this. The Chicago O'Hare Airport is one of the busiest airports in the world, and connects almost every corner of the Earth to Chicago, so getting there won't be troublesome. Vancouver, Canada: Photo Credit - Vancouver is located in the British Columbia, Canada, and is a must-visit destination for anyone travelling to Canada. It has been voted one of the most liveable cities in the world by a number of organizations, and has an incredibly high standard of living. Canada is also famous for its intense winters, so I think I don't have to say much about it, except to remember that Vancouver remains cloudy and wet throughout February. There's plenty to see and do in Vancouver, you can take a stroll in Stanley Park or watch a colorful show at the Vancouver Aquarium. There's also the Science World inside a huge dome for those who are attracted to Science. Halal food can be found if you look for it, as there's a large Muslim community residing in the city of Vancouver, and since Vancouver is a very friendly city, you can ask citizens for guidance if you can't find a Halal food restaurant or eatery nearby. Getting around the city is quite easy, the city is connected through a skytrain system and several bus lines with road signs available in English, French and sometimes Chinese since Vancouver holds a large expat population from China. The Vancouver Airport is among the busiest in Canada, and is mostly used by those coming from East Asia, however, it connects all major cites in the world. Tokyo, Japan: Tokyo is the capital city of Japan, and one of the oldest, yet most modern cities of the world. Tokyo is often visited in the summer season when the cherry blossoms bloom, however, during the fall season, the cherry trees adorn a new, mesmerizing look, and you might see snow if you're lucky. Japanese people are well mannered and care a lot about their culture and traditions, so, if you're in Tokyo, remember to abide by the local laws, and do not disrespect their customs. Tokyo is full of places that are worthy of visiting, and I believe you won't be able to explore most of them if you're on a short trip. There's The Tokyo Disneyland, The Tokyo Disneysea, Tokyo Skytree etc. Tokyo has a well-developed transportation system with rails and buses binding all of the city together but remember it does get a bit crowded, so move in an orderly fashion while using public transport. Finding Halal food may be difficult since Tokyo does not host a very large Muslim population, but there are a bunch of Halal food restaurants that you can find with the assistance of apps and maps. Furthermore, remember, they could be a bit expensive too. The Tokyo Narita Airport is the major airport of Tokyo, which connects most of the world to the city. International Airlines such as Emirates, Air China and Qatar Airways have Tokyo in their prime destinations list. Istanbul, Turkey: Istanbul is one of the oldest cities in the world, and since it is strategically located between Asia and Europe, it was often the center point for rivalry between empires. Today, Istanbul is located in the Republic of Turkey, and is an established tourist destination. During the last few years Istanbul has seen an increase in the number of foreign visitors. Istanbul is a great destination for those interested in its history - the city is filled with spectacular buildings belonging to the Ottoman and Byzantium era. There are also structures dedicated to the foundation of modern Turkey, such as the Taksim Republic Monument. If you want to explore the religious side of the city, you can go to the Blue Mosque or the Hagia Sophia. Istanbul is usually cold in February. Halal food can be found everywhere since Istanbul is a predominantly Muslim city. In fact, Turkish cuisine is one of the best Muslim cuisines in the world, and you'll get to know what I'm saying when you try their Baklavas and Kebabs. Getting around Istanbul is easy, there's a large network of streetcars and tramways linking the whole city, and there's also the cruise service that is used as a tourboat-cum-ferry, since the ride offers a spectacular view of the city. The Istanbul Airport is a hub for one of the world's best airlines, Turkish Airlines, a major airline that connects several European and Asian cities with Istanbul. via GIPHY Find a Halal Restaurant near you...

  • Try these 5 Authentic Halal Japanese Snacks

    Trying to find Halal Japanese snacks? Here's our list of Halal snacks in Japan that may come in handy when you're hungry and can't find a Halal restaurant! Cheap Halal snacks in Japan are available at many main travel spots. So without further ado, here are some Japanese snacks that are Muslim-friendly!   1. Okaki Picture Credit - Okaki Japan snacks are rice crackers made with rice and salt. Mochi (rice) is polished, steamed, dried and then either baked/fried in vegetable oil to get the ideal level of crispiness. You can even try making it on your own by getting some Mochi that is available at most grocery stores. Okaki is usually offered in three flavors: seaweed, red pepper, and wasabi. This is a perfect snack for parties or while watching a movie with a friend! Available in: Asakusa-Tokyo   2. Muso Castella Cake Picture Credit Castella Cake is a soft sponge cake that is available in three delicious flavors - matcha, honey and brown.The cake comes in three different packing of green, yellow and brown colors according to its flavors. Muso produces Castella cake using only natural ingredients without adding preservations. The process of making Castella cake is accredited by Nippon Asia Halal Association, ensuring that it is Halal and safe for consumption. You can also buy this Halal Japanese snack as a souvenir to take home! Available at: Haneda Airport / Narita Airport   3. Kappou Yama Sakura Jam Picture Credit - Sakura Jam is a Halal product of Kappou Yama – a Halal restaurant in Japan. It uses essentially the domestic fruits of Japan and processes it without artificial sweeteners. You can choose from different flavors - mandarin, apple, peach, strawberry, and blueberry. All these flavors taste so good, although peach Sakura Jam is the market best choice. Available at: Loax stores in Shinjuku and Akihabara   4. Ryukyu Kokuto Brown Sugar Candy Brown Sugar Candy is one of the sweetest Halal Japanese snacks that is made mainly using sugar cane. This delicious product by Ryukyu Kokuto is popular among locals and is found to have health benefits. Other Halal snacks by this company are Chocotto (a mix of chocolate and brown sugar), green tea chocolates and mint chocolates. Available at:   5. Soba-boro Cookie These crunchy cookies are made of buckwheat flour mixed together with little sugar and lots of eggs. Buckwheat is a grain-like seed that is native to Japan. This is high in nutrients and so energizing. Soba-boro cookie is a traditional confection that has the distinctive Japanese taste, but also a cheap halal snack in Japan. These cookies are made in nice shapes of rounds and flowers and they just melt when put into the mouth. Available at: shops of Kyoto (Marutamachi/ Kawamichi-ya) Check out our Travel Blog for more articles on japan such as Local Handicrafts in Kyoto , 5 Must Visit Mosques in Hokkaido Japan and Where to Shop in Osaka, Japan - Osaka Shopping guide.  Be sure to download the HalalTrip Islamic Travel App for your Halal travel to japan , to help locate Halal restaurants and Mosques nearby....

  • City-Hopping In Japan Real Soon? You Don't Want To Miss These Top-Rated Muslim-Friendly Restaurants!

    No matter where you travel to, as a Muslim traveller, you will always need to find Halal restaurants near you. With this in mind, HalalTrip has created a unique Halal food finder that will guide you to the best Muslim-friendly restaurants around the world. It includes a Crescent Rating for restaurants as an indication of the level of Muslim-friendliness to let you conveniently find out all you need to know about organizing a Muslim-friendly visit abroad.   Find Nearby Halal Food and Restaurants in Japan   Tokyo As the capital and largest city of Japan, Tokyo has plenty of holiday activities to keep you captivated. As you explore Tokyo's historic sites, wander through large parks, lush gardens and enjoy the ultra-modern luxuries of the city, you might want to make a note of these popular Tokyo Muslim-friendly restaurants to enjoy some of the best Halal food in Japan. Find Nearby Halal Restaurants in Japan   Sushiken Asakusa Picture Credit: Gnavi Closely intertwined with Japanese culture and customs is Japan's best known traditional dish - sushi. To enjoy the true taste of Japanese cuisine, you should drop by the famous sushi restaurant in Tokyo - Sushiken Asakusa. Not only does this restaurant take pride in offering the finest quality sushi, it also encourages patrons to enjoy this delicious meal with traditional eating customs. As this is one of the best known Muslim-friendly sushi places, you can freely enjoy all the delicious items they have on their menu including rice dishes and Japanese Gari - “Sweet Pickled Ginger”. Address: 2-11-4 Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0032 Opening Hours: 11:30AM to 11:30PMContact: +81 3-5246-6547Website: Click here for more information about Sushiken Asakusa Edo-men Kumahachi Halal ramen in Tokyo is another traditional dish every visitor to Japan should try. Edo-men Kumahachi is one of the most recommended Muslim-friendly ramen shops in Tokyo and is located at the Morishita Station. All ingredients used are Halal and the restaurant maintains an alcohol-free environment so you can dine without a worry. Address: 2-14- 5 Morishita, Koto-ku, Tokyo 135-0004 Opening Hours: 11.30AM to 2PM (Lunch)                           7PM to 11PM (Dinner)                            (Closed on Mondays and Wednesdays) Click here for more information about Edo-men Kumahachi   Curry House CoCo Ichibanya Halal Akihabara Akihabara is the city in Japan famous for its pop culture. Staying true to this vibrant culture, you will find the top curry chain store CoCoICHIBANYA. You may have even come across this restaurant chain in other parts of the world as it has branches in top tourist destinations such as China, Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, United States and Singapore. In the traditional sense, curry in Japanese cuisine is a serving of rice and curry so you can look forward to enjoy a full meal of spiciness ranked from 1 to 10 in this authentic Halal-certified restaurant in Tokyo.   Address: Uchio Matsunaga Bldg. 1F, Kanda matsunagacho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 101-0023Opening Hours: 11AM to 10.30PMContact: +81 3-6260-8667Website:   Click here for more information about CURRY HOUSE CoCo Ichibanya Halal Akihabara Yakiniku Panga Okachimachi Yakiniku Panga offers a mix of Japanese and Korean cuisines and is known as one of the top BBQ places in town. Their menu is packed with a wide range of meat options which are of course Halal and also several egg and veggie servings - offering a very nutritious and filling meal that you can enjoy during any time of the day. Besides the perfectly-grilled meat, you can also enjoy dishes such as Yukaejang (Beef Soup), Sundubu Jigae (Tofu and Seafood) and the Suntory All-Free Non-Alcoholic Malt Beverage which perfectly complements the food served.   Address: 3 Chome-27-9 Taito, Taitō, Tokyo 110-0016, JapanOpening Hours: 11.30AM to 2PM, 5PM to 10.30PMContact:+81 3-3839-8929 Click here for more information about Yakiniku Panga Okachimachi   Sumiyakiya Nishiazabu Sumiyakiya Nishiazabu is a family-owned establishment committed to offer the finest quality Muslim-friendly dishes that allow Muslims to enjoy a great Japanese style meal. If you are in a mood for a great BBQ while you are around Tokyo, this is a perfect stop for you.   Address: 3 Chome-20-16 Nishiazabu, Minato, Tokyo 106-0031, JapanOpening Hours: 5PM to 10.30PM (Closed on Sundays)Contact:+81 3-3403-5397Website: www.sumiyakiya.comClick here for more information about Sumiyakiya Nishiazabu Kusumoto Picture Credit: Kusumoto is one of best Muslim-friendly restaurants you should definitely try during your travels. Apart from serving great food, you will also be provided a mat for salat as well as a Qibla locator, offering the perfect setting to observe religious customs. The restaurant is just 10 minutes away from the Roppongi or Hiroo Station and it is recommended to call in advance to make a reservation prior to your visit.  Address: 3-23-5, Nishi-Azabu, Minatoku, TokyoOpening Hours: 6PM to 11PMContact: +81 3-6447-2427   Click here for more information about KUSUMOTO   Tendon Itsuki A delicious Halal tempura bowl awaits you as you visit the famous Tendon Itsuki restaurant. The restaurant has built up its own fan base just for this amazing traditional Japanese dish. The tempura is made to set with chawanmushi, miso soup and Japanese pickles, making it one of the amazing dishes that you can enjoy in town. They also have some of their own unique varieties of tempura including shrimp, kidney beans, eggplant, mushroom and even a half-cooked egg.   Address: Ginza-INZ 2F, 3-1, Ginza-nishi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 104-0061Opening Hours: 11AM to 3PM, 5PM to 11.15PM (Mon-Fri)                          11AM to 11.15PM (Sat-Sun, Holiday)Contact: 03-6263-2988 Click here for more information about Tendon Itsuki Mazulu Halal Beef Noodle Want to enjoy the best ramen dishes made from handmade noodles? Head on down to Mazulu. These quality noodle dishes are flavoured with Halal beef and several types of medicinal spices that not only enhance the nutritional value of the dish but also bring out the amazing flavour. Here you can explore the many varieties of noodles and even choose according to the thickness of the noodles.     Address: 1-3-18, Kanda Jimbocho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 101-0051Contact: 03-6811-7992   Click here for more information about Mazulu Halal Beef Noodle Gyumon Gyumon (Muslim-friendly Japanese BBQ restaurant) Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan is a perfect place to enjoy a traditional Japanese together with friends and family. The restaurant setting is very family-friendly and also offers private rooms on request. A highlight of their menu is the Yakiniku - or grilled meat - prepared on a classic shichirin (charcoal stove). Address:3-14-5 Shibuya, Shibuya 150-0002, Tokyo PrefectureOpening Hours: 12PM to 4AM (Mon-Sat)                          12PM to 12AM (Sun)Contact: +81 3-5469-2911   Click here for more information about Gyumon  Shabu-shabu Hitsujinoyu Just a 5 minute walk from the Shibuya station, you will find the famous lamb shabu shop named Shabu-shabu Hitsujinoyu. The restaurant offers an all-you-can-eat course for just 4800 yen where you can enjoy their signature Halal dishes such as lamb shabu shabu and lamb meat-balls.   Address: Adachi Bldg. 2F, 3-14-4, Shibuya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-0002Opening Hours: 5PM to 12AM Contact: 03-6427-9197   Click here for more information about Shabu-shabu Hitsujinoyu Adachi Bldg   Ayam-YA Okachimachi While you are in Japan, you will be simply unable to resist the urge to enjoy numerous mouth-watering varieties of ramen. For yet another great tasting meal, you can visit Ayam-YA for some of the best Halal ramen in Tokyo. Located in a rather quiet part of the neighbourhood, the Masjid Assalaam is also found nearby, making it a great place to include as part of your stay. Ramen is of course the highlight of their menu and you will be able to enjoy delicious varieties such as Tori Ramen and Noko Ramen dishes - all made to Halal standards.   Address: Yamada Bldg. 1F, 4-10-1 Taito, Taito-ku, Tokyo 110-0016Opening Hours: 11.30AM to 3PM, 5PM to 10PMContact: 03-3834-6656   Click here for more information about Ayam-YA Okachimachi Naritaya Asakusa It comes as no surprise that we feature another popular ramen shop in Tokyo and this time it’s the famous Naritaya in Asakusa. Starting off as a noodle factory, Naritaya has right along provided some of the best quality fresh noodles - made of domestic wheat - which are essential to create the finest of ramen dishes. Their menu is free from pork and alcohol and Halal aromatic broiled chicken is used to add flavour to most dishes.     Address: 2-7- 13 Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0032Opening Hours: 10AM to 10PM (Mon-Fri)                         11AM to 11PM (Sat-Sun, Holiday)Contact: 03-4285-9806   Click here for more information about Naritaya Asakusa Halal Ramen & Dining Honolu Ebisu Picture Credit Honolu Ebisu has a number of Muslim-friendly establishments in Japan. Their Tokyo outlet is a great place to enjoy all sorts of Halal Japanese dishes - including Sukiyaki, Takoyaki and the best spicy ramen. The restaurant is also designed in traditional Japanese style that sets the perfect mood to enjoy a lovely meal.   Address: 1F, 1-23- 1 Ebisuminami, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 〒105-0022Opening Hours: 11.30AM to 2.30PM, 5PM to 10PMContact: 03-5734-1667 Click here for more information about Halal Ramen & Dining Honolu Ebisu    Osaka The famous port city and commercial hub of Japan is also no short of attractions and things to do during your trip to Japan. So here are a few Muslim-friendly restaurants that you can visit during your visit. Find Nearby Halal Food and Restaurants in Osaka   Matsuri Whether it is sushi, ramen, okonomiyaki, yaki soba or any other popular Japanese dish that you want to try, this is the perfect stop to enjoy all these dishes. Providing complete guarantee of Muslim-friendly meals, this is one of the best options you should keep in mind as a Muslim traveler for all your food requirements during your stay in Osaka.   Address: Opening Hours: Contact:  3-27-17 Yoshino, Fukushima-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka 553-0006 Click here for more information about Matsuri     Ayam-YA Namba While in Japan, why not enjoy its most famous Japanese dish as much as you can? Serving up some of the most delicious ramen in the city, Ayam-Ya Namba is a popular pick among locals and foreigners alike. Do try out the chicken UMAMI soup with noodles, which is a best seller on their menu. Address: Opening Hours: Contact:  1-10-7, Nippombashihigashi, Naniwa-ku Osaka-shi, Osaka 556-0006 Click here for more information about Ayam-YA Namba   Halal Ramen Honolu (Osaka)   This is yet another branch of the popular ramen shops in Japan. Like its other establishments, this restaurant also provides the highest quality ramen dishes in adherence to Halal standards.   Address: Opening Hours: Contact:  1F, 2-5-27 Motomachi, Naniwa-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka 556-0016  Click here for more information about Halal Ramen Honolu (Osaka)   Naritaya Osakaminami (Osaka) Picture Credit - Based on a popular request by most of their Muslim patrons, the Naritaya chain opened up their latest branch in Osaka. They too offer the finest quality ramen dishes made with all natural ingredients and also offers designated prayer spaces.   Address: Opening Hours: Contact:  1-7-23, Higashishinsaibashi, Chuo-ku Osaka-shi, Osaka 542-0083Click here for more information about Naritaya Osakaminami (Osaka)     Hokkaido   Donburichaya Otaru Sakaimachidori Picure Credit - Thinking of visiting Asahiyama Zoo, the beautiful lake, hot springs and the volcano at Lake Toya and have some fun at Shiroi Koibito Park? Then you sure will be spending some time in the famous city Hokkaido. During this time you should make a note of the Donburichaya Otaru Sakaimachidori which is the perfect stop for all your Halal meals. Some of the best traditional dishes you could look out for include the Lamb BBQ-Donburi, Seafood Mix Steak-Donburi, Grilled Salmon-Donburi and Tuna Teriyaki-Donburi.   Address: Opening Hours: Contact:  3-24, Sakaimachi, Otaru-shi, Hokkaido 047-0027     Hyogo   The Originator of Teppanyaki Steak Misono Kobe Main Store While you witness the wonders of the Himeji castle, Asrima Onsen hot springs and Kobe port tower, you will find this lovely restaurant serving Halal meals in Hyogo. The Teppanyaki Steak restaurant has a history which dates back over 70 years and has a host of delicious dishes like Kobe beef, lobster and abalone prepared fresh as you wait.   Address: Opening Hours: Contact: Misono Bld.7.8F, 1-1-2, Shimoyamatedori, Chuo-ku Kobe-shi, Hyogo 650-0011     KYOTO The central city and once the cultural centre of Japan, Kyoto is another important destination that will definitely be a part of your travel itinerary. So here are some of our top picks of Muslim-friendly restaurants that you can try out.   Ayam-YA Karasuma (KYOTO) Picture Credit- Another addition to the famous Ayam-YA restaurant chain, you can find this outlet located in the Kyoto Prefecture, quite close to most of the major landmarks and attractions that you will visit.   Address: Opening Hours: Contact:  Kyoto 1F, Douka Bld., 470, Kannondocho, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto 604-8222C Click here for more information about Ayam-YA Karasuma (KYOTO)   Ayam-YA Kyoto (KYOTO) Their second outlet in Kyoto, the Shimogyo-ku is another great place to enjoy some of the finest traditional ramen dishes. You can even use a vending machine to order your food which is very helpful especially during rush hours. Address: Opening Hours: Contact:  2-1-11, Mikatakonyacho, Shimogyo-ku Kyoto-shi, Kyoto 600-8238Click here for more information about Ayam-YA Kyoto (KYOTO)   Halal Yakiniku Naritaya (Kyoto) Famed as one of the top places to enjoy Muslim-friendly BBQ in Japan, this is a great Muslim-friendly establishment. The juicy BBQ dishes prepared from Halal meat is perfectly complemented by the side dishes of fresh seasonal vegetables served at the eatery. Address: Opening Hours: Contact:  422-2 Rinkacho, Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto 605-0062Click here for more information about Halal Yakiniku Naritaya (Kyoto)     Find Halal food and restaurants near you in Japan Click here to download Japan Muslim Travel Index 2017 Get your restaurant CrescentRated now! Check out Halal Food Spotter  ...