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

By Hazirah Jamaludin | 21, Nov, 2019
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!


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 Building
Available Time: 08:30 AM to 07:00 PM (Weekdays), 08:30 AM to 05:00 PM (Weekends & Public Holidays)

Background Story


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 100-6690
Opening 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 out
Contact No.: +81-3-6268-0323

Directions from Tokyo Station

3 minutes walk to Yurakucho area, after exiting Yaesu South Exit



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