Find Delicious and Muslim-Friendly Restaurants in Japan!

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Do you find it difficult to look for halal food or restaurants in Japan? Fret not! This article is here to save you some hassle from research! Thanks to our cooperation with Halal Media Japan, we have compiled some of Japan’s halal certified restaurants in popular cities, namely Tokyo, Kyoto, Saitama and Chiba.


 1. Edoyori Hide

This restaurant serves traditional Edo Period style dishes, so Muslim visitors can enjoy varieties of Japanese dish. They use fresh and high-quality local ingredients. The food preparation by the chef is halal and the restaurant is halal-certified by Emirates Halal Centre.

The restaurant’s ambience is based on the traditional Japanese style concept
© Edoryori Hide

Address | 2-25-24 Nisiazabu FT Bld.3F, Nishiazabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo

Telephone | +81-03-5467-6943

Opening Hours | 6:00 PM – 12:00 AM (Closed on Sundays)

Directions| 12-minute walk from Roppongi Station

Facebook URL| www.facebook.com/hidezo.co.jp

Note: Menu or food is certified halal.

2. Mentai Naritaya Gion

The taste of ramen is simply indescribable! You will understand what I mean if you’ve tasted original ramen.

Mentai Naritaya in Kyoto has all kinds of ramen and tasty food that is halal and this is very useful for Muslims who are visiting around Gion, Kyoto. Their halal certificate was issued by JAKIM, Malaysia. You won’t regret stopping by at this restaurant.

Delicious soup and chicken slices are simply irresistible
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Address | Ability Gion Bid. 1F, 424 Rinkacho, Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto

Telephone | +81-075-531-8200

Opening Hours | 11:00 AM – 10:00 PM

Price | ¥700 – ¥1,000

Website URL| www.naritaya-japan.com/blank-2

Note: Menu or food is certified halal.

3. Okabeya

Have you tasted tofu dish in different seasons? Tofu Okabeya is prepared and served fresh so as to retain the original flavour. This restaurant makes their own halal ingredients and their food preparation is definitely done in a halal way. Come and savour this soft tofu in Japan.

© Okabeya

Address | Karasumatorisioko-jikudaru, Simogyoku Kyoto-shi, JR Kyoto Station Central, Kyoto

Telephone | +81-075-541-7111

Opening Hours | 10:30 AM – 5:00 PM

Website URL | okabeya.com/scason/index.html

Additional Information| Please make reservations beforehand.

Note: Menu or food is certified halal.

4. Kappou Yama

Located in Saitama, Kappou Yama is a washoku restaurant dedicated to serve halal Japanese food. Washoku refers to authentic Japanese cuisine that has been passed down for centuries. Besides adhering to the halal preparation of dishes, they also make their own in-house halal ingredients. Different types of Japanese food activity have been held here in the past, such as banquet for halal Oden, halal Takoyaki and others.

© 2017 Kappou Yama

Address | 3-15-1 Uemine, Chuo-ku, Saitama-shi, Saitama Sainokuni, Saitama Arts Theater

Telephone | +81-048-854-1170

Opening Hours | 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM

Website URL | kappou-yama.jp/halal

Additional Information| Please make reservations beforehand.

Note: Menu or food is certified halal.

5. Takoyaki Takotako

This restaurant adopted a Muslim-friendly preparation method in making its takoyaki and even created a special sauce for this purpose. On top of that, they are careful in selecting cooking ingredients and cooking utensils for their kitchen.

© Takoyaki TakoTako

Address | 37-6, Sakaecho, Chuo-ku Chiba-shi, Chiba

Telephone | +81-043-222-0818

Opening Hours | 11:00 AM – 8:00 PM

URL | omotenashi-chiba.net/search/detail.php?shop_id=1600031

Note:
1. Menu and food served are made from halal ingredients.
2. Please enquire the shop owner/ staff for halal certification.

JAPAN WALKER SEA Editorial Team
JAPAN WALKER SEA Editorial Team
A fun-loving group of editorial team on the mission to introduce Japanese culture and lifestyle to the masses.

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