- 1 1. Japanese Restaurant MATSURI (Osaka)
- 2 2. Ramen Ouka (Tokyo) – Muslim Friendly and Halal Restaurants
- 3 3. Curry House CoCoICHIBANYA Shinjuku (Tokyo)
- 4 4. Motsunabe Kiwamiya (Fukuoka) – Muslim Friendly and Halal Restaurants
- 5 5. Sushiken Asakusa (Tokyo) – Muslim Friendly and Halal Restaurants
- 6 6. Ginza Itsuki (Tokyo) – Muslim Friendly and Halal Restaurants
- 7 7. CoCoICHIBANYA Akihabara (Tokyo)
- 8 8. Naritaya Gion (Kyoto)
- 9 9. Wagyu Dining PANGA Asakusa (Tokyo)
- 10 10. Yakiniku Zerohachi (Osaka)
1. Japanese Restaurant MATSURI (Osaka)
Japanese Restaurant MATSURI is the most popular Muslim-friendly restaurant in northern Osaka.
To reach the restaurant only need to walk for 2 minutes from Nodahanshin Station, access is very easy.
Matsuri restaurants have received approximately 10,000 consumers in a year shortly after starting serving Muslim-friendly food!
At MATSURI Restaurant, you can enjoy a variety of Typical Osaka cuisine such as Okonomiyaki and Takoyaki. In addition, you can also enjoy the popular “Halal Kobe Kobe Beef Teppan Yakiniku” and “Curry Rice”!
And, with the concept of “everyone can eat the same table”, MATSURI Restaurants are now also starting to serve Vegetarian-friendly dishes to invite more customers to visit! Don’t forget to check out the muslim-friendly souvenir corner inside the restaurant!
2. Ramen Ouka (Tokyo) – Muslim Friendly and Halal Restaurants
Ramen Ouka restaurant is one of the most popular Ramen restaurants located in the busy area of Shinjuku, Tokyo, which opened in September 2015. This Ramen restaurant has received a halal certificate from Otsuka Mosque.
The popularity of Ramen Ouka Restaurant lies in the deliciousness of the original Ramen flavor served in a unique bowl. Ramen Ouka is a 3-minute walk from Shinjuku Gyoen-mae Station (on the Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line).
3. Curry House CoCoICHIBANYA Shinjuku (Tokyo)
At CoCoICHI Shinjuku Restaurant, you can sample the “Original Karaage Curry” in spacious seating. Of course you can also enjoy the popular “Chicken Cutlet Curry” menu.
When visiting with your baby, the restaurant also provides a menu option of “Kids Meal”. It is located only 10 minutes from Shinjuku Station.
In Japan, CoCoICHI has an incredible image with yellow signage, but halal restaurant branches have green boards.
4. Motsunabe Kiwamiya (Fukuoka) – Muslim Friendly and Halal Restaurants
As the first restaurant to serve Motsunabe halal (offal (offal) hot pot) in Japan and in the world. Halal Motsunabe Kiwamiya Restaurant in Fukuoka (Kyushu area) serves Fukuoka specialties that can be enjoyed by Muslim customers using halal/Muslim-friendly cooking spices and halal-certified meat.
Motsunabe served by Kiwamiya Restaurant has a flavorful broth with a slight spicy flavor that brings out the savory flavor of every ingredient in hot pot. It makes you addicted.
5. Sushiken Asakusa (Tokyo) – Muslim Friendly and Halal Restaurants
Sushiken Asakusa restaurant is a pioneer of halal-certified Sushi restaurants in Tokyo that serve all-halal food ranging from shari (rice for Sushi) to gari (Japanese ginger event). Restaurants are not only crowded with Muslim customers, local customers also crowded the restaurant. Sushiken Asakusa is a 10-minute walk from Kaminarimon Gate.
If you can’t eat raw fish, there’s no need to worry.
Sushiken Asakusa also serves a variety of other lunch menus, ranging from “Shrimp Tempura Bowl” to “Teriyaki Chicken Bowl”.
6. Ginza Itsuki (Tokyo) – Muslim Friendly and Halal Restaurants
Gaining tremendous popularity since it started serving Muslim-friendly menus, Ginza Itsuki restaurant has become super popular and the only restaurant serving a Muslim-friendly Tendon menu in Japan!
The size of Tempura shrimp is very large, then there is Egg Tempura and Chicken Tempura, doused with sweet Tempura sauce that is suitable to be enjoyed with Tempura.
Many customers are hooked by tempura’s crunchy texture and sweet sauces that bring out the deliciousness and delicacy of each ingredient.
The location is a 2-minute walk from Yurakucho Station (inside Ginza Inz 1 2F), easy access to the fashionable Ginza area.
7. CoCoICHIBANYA Akihabara (Tokyo)
As the first halal Kare restaurant, CoCoICHIBANYA Akihabara has shocked the world’s food and beverage industry.
CoCoICHIBANYA Akihabara has been covered by many media from all over the world. Unlike the Kabukicho Shinjuku restaurant branch, CoCoICHIBANYA Akihabara only has a few counter seats available inside the restaurant, but its popularity has attracted a lot of local and Muslim customers.
The restaurant is always crowded with local customers, especially at lunchtime.
At Akihabara’s CoCoICHIBANYA Restaurant, you can also enjoy the “Chicken Katsu Curry” menu. Add cheese toppings to make it a lighter Japanese kare!
8. Naritaya Gion (Kyoto)
Located in Gion, which is the most populous tourist area in Kyoto, ramen muslim friendly restaurant “Naritaya” attracts Muslim tourists to enjoy delicious Ramen dishes.
Chewy Ramen noodles are served with chicken broth, eggs, shoots, a sheet of nori (seaweed) and comes with a chicken fillet topping.
9. Wagyu Dining PANGA Asakusa (Tokyo)
The restaurant has bright lighting and is equipped with fashionable counter seats.
The steak and Teppan menu is very delicious with satisfactory portions, high-quality halal meat dishes.
Wagyu Dining PANGA restaurant is a highly recommended place to enjoy halal delicacies in Asakusa!
10. Yakiniku Zerohachi (Osaka)
Known as Osaka’s first halal Yakiniku restaurant, Yakiniku Zerohachi restaurant is a long-awaited restaurant by Muslim customers who want to enjoy Yakiniku halal.
Since starting serving muslim friendly Wagyu meat, Yakiniku Zerohachi has become the restaurant of choice for many Muslim customers.