One of the biggest masjid in Japan. Five time salats everyday and weekly Quran dars are held. 



One of the biggest masjid in Japan. Five time salats everyday and weekly Quran dars are held. 


237-1 Hitotonoya, Oyama-shi, Tochigi-Prefecture, Japan, 

Phone No

+81 285-23-1231

Language of service



Five daily prayers, Jumu'ah prayers

Opening Day


Opening Time

Fajr-30mins to Isha+2 hrs

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  • Thrill-seekers Would Not Want To Miss These 5 Amusement Parks In Japan!

    Japan has many things to offer, from its beautiful culture, modernised cities and a huge variety of theme parks. Often when we plan for holidays, we would include at least one theme park based on what we’ve read or heard about them. However, all these theme parks have different aspects to offer and stand out from each other with their very own unique features. We will be exploring the top 5 theme parks in Japan and mention what makes them so special. Perhaps by the end of this article, more than one theme park will be on the list for your next trip to this amazing destination. 6 Shopping Places in Japan You Shouldn't Miss! 1. Universal Studios Japan Being the first Universal Studios theme park in Asia, it does not disappoint when it comes to providing an unforgettable experience for the rest of the world. The park offers family fun with the young ones and thrill-seekers. As the name would suggest, the rides and areas in the park are based on popular movies created by Universal studios. The complex unique selling point of this park is that it makes fantasies come to life for movie lovers. You can witness colourful parades and mascots, all in the theme of great blockbusters like Jurassic park, Back To The Future, Terminator, Jaws, Spiderman and Harry Potter! The huge park includes 9 areas and an endless variety of rides including roller-coasters and thrill rides that are suitable for visitors of different ages and interests. Address: 2 Chome-1-33 Sakurajima, Konohana Ward, Osaka Prefecture 554-0031Website: USJOperating Hours: 9AM to 7PM (Might vary on special occasions)Ticket Price: Lowest for children - 5,200 Yen                       Adults - 7,400 Yen to 21,500 Yen 2. Ninja Samurai Kingdom Picture: Kankomie Although this theme park does not have the best ratings as compared to other famous theme parks available in Japan, its unique theme is an experience by itself. The park follows a cultural theme of Japanese tradition with huge gold statues, splendid architecture, castles and forts. It is a place to be transported back into the past. For both locals and foreigners, it is an amazing attraction if you are interested in history, military and escapism. It signifies the unification of Japan, making it very important and true to the Japanese. The ground-keepers can even be found in periodical clothing to truly complete the transportation experience. One of their attractions that visitors love is the Ninja scare house, that provides a different kind of nerve-wrecking thrill. Address: 1201-1 futamicho Mitsu, Ise 519-0603, Mie Prefecture                 (Formerly known as the Ise Azuchi Momoyama Cultural Village)Website: Ise-JokamachiOperating Hours: 9AM to 10PM (some rides close at 5PM)                                The hot spring bath opens at 11AMTicket Price: 3600 Yen (Entrance only)                      4900 Yen (Rides)                      900 Yen (Hot spring baths)                      300-400 Yen (Separate rides) 3. Tokyo Disney Sea This theme park is made of 7 ports: Mediterranean Harbor, Mysterious Island, Mermaid Lagoon, Arabian Coast, Lost River Delta, Port Discovery and American Waterfront. The Tokyo Disney Sea is a fantasy inspired by myths and legends of the sea. Its mythical theme is meant to strongly appeal to adults as well as children. Each port has its own uniqueness, incorporating water into grandiose architecture, decor and rides. For example, the Mediterranean Harbour is styled in Venician canals and gandolas whilst the Mysterious Island goes along with a more fictitious approach alluding to the writings of Jules Verne with science fiction vehicles and submarines. The Lost River Delta, uses Indiana Jones Adventures to create thrilling rides and make you the hero of your own adventure. Address: 1-13 Maihama, Urayasu, Chiba Prefecture 279-0031, JapanWebsite: TokyoDisneyResortOperating Hours: 8AM to 10PM (May vary on special occasions) 4. Hakkeijima Sea Paradise Picture: Yokohama Due to its aquatic features, you may believe that it falls under the same category as the Tokyo Disney Sea. However, Hakkeijima Sea Paradise is an incorporation of a theme park and an aquarium. It focuses more on nature and reality, which is totally different from Disney's far-fetched fantasy. It includes all sorts of marine mammals such as sea lions, polar bears, whales and sharks. It doesn’t stop there! With guided tours, interaction with the animals is promised. If touching, feeding and playing with animals is not thrilling enough, you have the option to go on amusement rides at the Pleasure Land. It features the Blue Fall, which is a 107-meter drop and the Surf Coaster, a rollercoaster that includes a loop over the sea. Address: Hakkeijima, Kanazawa, Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture 236-0006, JapanWebsite: SeaParadiseOperating Hours: 10AM to 6PM (Longer hours on weekends and during school holidays)Ticket Price: Free entry to the park                      3000 Yen (Aqua Resorts)                      3000 Yen (Pleasure Land)                      5050 Yen (Aqua Resort and Pleasure Land) 5. Fuji-Q Highland Picture: Time-out One of Japan’s most popular theme parks is located alongside Mount Fuji, making it the perfect spot to admire the magnificient mountain. This theme park's unique selling point is their record breaking roller coaster. Fujiyama was the tallest roller-coaster when it was opened in 1996. Today, it still stands in the list of top 10 tallest rides on earth! Each of the 7 rollercoasters in the park have their importance in the world of thrill-seeking. This attraction has a lot to offer as a Japanese theme park. It features a popular anime series and traditionally designed rides. The variety is endless, with mazes and haunted houses also available for visitors to try. In case there are guests that got dragged along against their will, there is also a museum that displays beautiful paintings of Mount Fuji. If none of those appeal to you, head down to the park's hot spring facility with relaxing bath houses that uses traditional japanese architecture. Address: 5 Chome-6-1 Shinnishihara, Fujiyoshida, Yamanashi Prefecture 403-0017, JapanWebsite: FujiQOperating Hours: 9AM to 5PM (Extended during peak seasons)Ticket Price: 400 to 1500 Yen (Individual rides)                       5700 Yen (1-day pass with unlimited rides) Each theme park offers a different kind of thrill, whether they want to be scared to their core, transported back into history or go on a rollercoaster above the sea, each experience is completely unique due to the theme of the park. So head down to Japan and all your senses will be satisfied! Read more about Japan!...

  • Escape Into Nature! Visit These 8 Best Places To Practice Shinrin Yoku!

    Shinrin Yoku is better known to many as forest bathing. It helps you awaken your senses and allows you to appreciate the peacefulness of nature. We are too attached to technology these days so this treatment is definitely what we all need right now. It's time to shut down your devices and escape into nature. You will be surprised when you realise the multiple benefits that you can get from this experience. If you wish to know more about Shinrin Yoku, do check out my previous article where I talked more in-depth on what it is about and what it can do for you. It's now time for you to discover the 8 best places to practice this incredible therapy. Get ready to find your inner peace and unleash the Kung-Fu Panda in you. 1.Grace Mayflower Inn & Spa, Connecticut Picture: AubergeResorts Feeling tired from work and in need a peaceful time away? The Grace Mayflower Inn & Spa will offer you a blissful getaway into its forest full of lush greenery. Located in Connecticut, Grace Mayflower Forest is a quiet spot away from the noisy disturbances of the city. Feel relaxed and rejuvenated while taking a stroll into their wonderful, vibrant forest. Address: 118 Woodbury Rd, Route 47, Washington, CT 06793, United StatesWebsite: AubergeResorts 2. Primland, Virginia Switch your devices off and breath in the fresh air of the mountains and the peacefulness of the forest. Located in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia, the Primland forest is a place where peace prevails. It invites its visitors into a zen world where its all about forgetting the one's daily hustle and bustle. Enjoy beautiful views while inhaling the sweet and soothing scent of lavender. Let your soul get carried away by the force of nature. Address: 2000 Busted Rock Rd, Meadows of Dan, VA 24120, USAWebsite: Primland 3. Arashiyama, Kyoto Picture: Inside Kyoto Get ready to experience a Kung-Fu panda lifestyle in this incredible bamboo forest. Explore your zen attitude while breathing in peace and exhaling anxiety. Let the magnificence of the bamboo trees ensnare you into another dimension. Take a walk through the bamboo forest and bring your senses to life while being far away from the outside world. Address: Ukyō-ku, Kyoto, Kyoto Prefecture, JapanWebsite: Kyoto 4. Bijin Bayashi, Tokamachi, Niigata Picture: GaijinPot Named the 'Forest of Beauties', Bijin Bayashi is the epitome of true beauty with its ever-changing colors at the rhythm of seasons. Enter into the fairy-tale world and lose yourself in its beautiful greenery and calm environment. These tall silhouetted trees are gracefully colored throughout the year so do visit the forest at least once for each season to have a new forest bathing experience every time. Address: Matsunoyamamatsuguchi, Tokamachi, Niigata Prefecture 942-1411, Japan 5. Longshaw, Derbyshire Picture: NationalTrust Longshaw is a true walk into the past with a magical touch. Enchanting and mesmerizing, the Longshaw forest is complete with ponds, bridges, trees on rocky slopes and entwined branches. Hearing the sound of rushing waters as you take a stroll on the bridge will soothe and make you forget about your biggest worries. Enjoy breath-taking sceneries and end your walk with a cup of tea and a few home-made pastries. Address: Longshaw, Sheffield S11 7TZ, UKWebsite: NationalTrust 6. Sheringham Park, Norfolk Picture: Norfolk Landscape Photography Connect with the nature through history and plants. Sheringham Park is anything but ordinary. With a history that goes way back in time, the park is an entrancing walk that will make you explore the beauty of life at its best. Designed by Humphry Repton from 1752-1818, this estate was bought by the Upcher family in 1811. Since then, successive generations of the family further developed it by adding a hall, a park and even went on to build a school.  Sit under the shade of the ancient beech tree and let the swishing of the leaves take you far away from this world. You can never have a negative feeling with all the vibrant flowers surrounding you from every angle. Address: Visitor Centre, Wood Farm, Upper Sheringham NR26 8TL, UKWebsite: NationalTrust 7. Amazon Rainforest, Brazil Picture: Rainforest Brace yourself to embark into an explosion of sensations. Located in Brazil, the Amazon forest is an energy boost for our minds, unleashing our senses to discover a world full of vibrant nature. Delve into this untamed nature and explore its wonders. Experience colors and sounds like never before. Listen to the rushing streams and the crackling of twigs underneath your feet. Once you're here, you're in for an expedition of a lifetime. 8. Ancient Kauri Forests, New Zealand Picture: NewZealandPhoto The best of cultures and nature is hidden inside this ancient forest, home to thousands of trees and a number of species. The Ancient Kauri Forests are beautified by magnificent tall trees and dense nature. With so much to feel and see all around, the forests will definitely take you on a roller coaster of emotions as you discover what nature has to offer. Forests are captivating and of course, full of magic. Shinrin Yoku can take place in any forest but you now have with you a list of the most wonderful forests that will help you rejuvenate and make you feel alive all over again. Don't be afraid to let go of the world for a moment and explore the the wonders of the forest. It's time to escape! Read more of our Muslim-friendly travel blogs!...

  • 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!...

  • 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  ...

  • The Ultimate Japanese Halal Gourmet Trail With Inari-ku

    Looking forward to enjoying a holiday in Japan? Well, HalalTrip has put together one of the best Japan tour packages you can ever dream of enjoying. As you explore the many attractions in Japan, one of the main concerns that would go through your mind is how to find Halal food. That is why we have put together the ultimate halal Japanese gourmet trail package by teaming up with the much-loved Inari-Ku. Read on to learn about how this tour in Japan will help you enjoy the very best of Halal food in Japan. This Japan tour also takes you sightseeing to some of the most famous attractions in Japan, and not to mention includes enough time for shopping in Japan so you can enjoy a complete holiday experience. Credits -   Highlights of the tour   1) Tantalize your taste buds with our Japanese food expert’s recommendations Mdm Marhamah (left), pictured with one of her Sensei Of course, the main purpose of this special tour in Japan is to allow you to enjoy the very best of Halal food in Japan. To create this unique gastronomic adventure, we teamed up with the best. Founded by the extremely talented and strong lover of Japanese cuisine, Mdm Marhamah, Inari-Ku is a home business in Singapore that has made a name for itself for recreating delicious Halal Japanese dishes. Just as Inari-Ku successfully brought the essence of Japanese food culture to you back at home, this expert on Halal Japanese Dining will act as your personal tour guide so you can explore some of the best Muslim-friendly restaurants in Japan. Handpicked by the maestro herself, you will be able to visit the best ramen shops and fresh sushi makers around the country. Here’s a look at some of the top picks that are in store for you.   Sano Nikkoken – This 70-year-old ramen shop, famous for their deliciously simple ramen and juicy yet crispy Gyoza.  One of the best-known places to eat Ramen dishes in Sano, this humble ramen shop is definitely a stop not to be missed.   Experience authentic Yakiniku at Gyumon in Shibuya. Serving a range of tender juicy meats from beef shoulder to beef rib loin and even chicken.   Naritaya,  one of the stops on the trip is a Muslim-friendly ramen shop that serves 'traditional old style Ramen'. Striving to preserve the original Japanese traditional ramen taste through using only fresh natural ingredients such as fish, mushroom, seaweed and chicken as the base flavours, Naritaya spares no expense in ensuring the authenticity of their ramen. Their noodles are made fresh from their factory using the best ingredients to the traditional taste.   Ramen Ouka - This Ramen Shop, popular among both visitors and locals boast a simple menu with a range of serving size from small to extra large. Ramen Ouka also offers a vegan option that does not lose out in taste.  The Ramen offer has a range of spiciness levels to choose from and each set comes with a bowl rice to pour the leftover broth in to complete your meal.   Pokok Pisang brings a taste of home recreated by their Malaysian chef Asri to suit Japanese tastes. Pokok Pisang is most famous for their "Khao Man Ghai" Chicken rice, similar to Nasi Ayam with a Thai twist.   Sushi Masa – a highly popular spot for Sushi in Japan. By special arrangement with Mdm Marhamah and Chef Asri, Master Masa will prepare Muslim-friendly dinner meal especially for you! Sushi Masa specializes in serving affordable sushi in a cheerful atmosphere and serves popular sushi and sashimi dishes such as maguro (tuna) and hamachi (yellowtail).   Kajiya in Kamakura – lunch at yet another popular pick for Japanese seafood dining. Kajiya offers a traditional Japanese menu with the freshest seafood ingredients. Their Menu lunch sets feature meals such as Sanshoku-do with dried whitebait, tuna and salmon as well as Tempura-Teishoku (tempura shrimp, vegetables and mushrooms). All set meal comes with a small bowl of cold salad and miso soup.   Ayam-ya – located near Masjid Assalaam, Ayam-ya is popular for its chicken-based ramen as its name suggests. They have a range of Ramen available from hot and spicy to cold ramen serve with dipping sauce.  Their amazing halal chicken Ramen would be perfect for dinner after a busy tour of Tokyo.   Hanasakajisan – Famous for their Washoku or Traditional Japanese food and High-quality beef Shabu Shabu.  Get ready to feast on their famous Halal specialities for lunch.   A special dinner treat created just for you by Sensei Fujisaki Tadao at Yacco Sushi Kagetsu restaurant. He is the man who groomed Mdm Marhamah to be the cook she is today. Yacco Sushi Kagetsu restaurant typically serve Edo-style sushi allowing you to feel Japan's delicious flavours with seasonal dishes prepared using fresh, seasonal ingredients in their best condition   On the last night of the tour, you will be treated to a very special dinner at Kusumoto, a fine dining restaurant. This members-only restaurant with an annual membership fee of 10,000 yen, features private rooms and is designed so that customers can enjoy their meal in comfort and privacy. Each dish is designed by chef Katsumi Kusumoto using skills, ingredients and techniques he learnt in his 10 years in French cuisine to create masterful dishes that go beyond the boundaries of “French” and “Japanese” cuisines. * Do take note that restaurants list are subject to change    2) Witness some of the most famous attractions in Japan Picture Credit - As you relish the taste of Japanese cuisine, you can feast your eyes on some of the marvellous splendours this amazing nation has on display. The  Halal Gourmet Trail that we have carefully designed for you includes visits to world-famous attractions like Ashikaga Flower Park, Fukuroda Falls, Ryujin Big Suspension Bridge, Hitachi Seaside Park, Yuigahama Beach and the Imperial Palace among much more.   3) Burn off your calories by going on a shopping spree No need to worry about all those calories you might gain by indulging in delicious Japanese dishes because a thrilling shopping experience awaits. We plan to take you shopping in Japan to explore some of the most noteworthy places where you will be simply spoilt by the impressive array of choices before you. Japan is known to be a shopping paradise with almost everything on offer, from branded goods, fashion items, cosmetics, books, handicrafts, budget items to other authentic Japanese souvenirs. Be prepared to stop by top shopping destinations like Tokyo Tower, Tsukiji Outer Market, Nakamise Shopping Street, Pallet Town, Komachi Street and top fashion districts like Ginza, Shibuya and Shinjuku.   Halal Gourmet Trail Program   Day 1: Arrival in Tokyo followed by dinner at a restaurant. Check-in to the hotel.   Day 2: Breakfast at the hotel and get ready for a day of sightseeing at Tokyo Tower, Imperial Palace Plaza, Tsukiji Outer Market, Asakusa Kannon Temple, Nakamise Shopping Street, Odaiba, Megaweb. After shopping at Pallet Town.    Day 3: Breakfast at the hotel. Experience the Shinkansen (Bullet Train) from Tokyo to Oyama and take in what Japan in Spring has to offer. Make our way to Ashikaga Flower Park. Check into the hotel in Kinugawa Onsen and enjoy a hot spa at the hotel.    Day 4: Visit Fukuroda Falls, Ryujin Big Suspension Bridge and Hitachi Seaside Park, after breakfast at the hotel.    Day 5: Breakfast at hotel and then transfer to Kamakura. Visit Komachi street, Yuigahama Beach, Enoshima. Transfer to Tokyo at the end of the day   Day 6: Visit Ginza, Shibuya and Shinjuku and shop till you drop.   Day 7: Depart Tokyo for home. We sure that you would be excited about getting onboard this amazing tour, so book your slot and enjoy this very special holiday in Japan. This unique package designed for Muslim travel to Japan is offered at an attractive price of SGD 3290, and is inclusive of flights, meals as well as accommodation, making it one of the best Muslim-friendly Japan tour packages for you. The price for children aged, 6-11 years old is SGD 2890 with a bed and SGD 2119 without. Prices mentioned includes child meals at selected restaurants as well. Arrangements can be made if you are flying from another city - contact us for any further inquiries. So what are you waiting for? Get on board this amazing experience!...

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