Tokyo is one of the best cities for food lovers, and their food is certainly the major attraction of the city. From flavorful Japanese sushi to Instagram-worthy desserts, there isn’t anything you can’t find in this city. A few years ago, it was hard finding halal, vegetarian, or vegan food joints in Tokyo. But nowadays, Japan’s capital is increasingly expanding its offerings to cater to the needs of different residents and travelers from abroad.

So, if you are looking for halal food joints in Tokyo, look no further. We have curated a list of 10 halal restaurants serving up the best halal cuisine in Tokyo. This list contains both traditional eateries of Japanese cuisine and international ones. Let’s check out:

1. Ramen: Halal Ramen & Dining Honolu (麺屋 帆のる)

Located near Ebisu Station, this popular ramen shop is one of the country’s favorites for serving the absolutely divine ramen. The most recommended dishes here include the Spicy Ramen, Rich Chicken Ramen, and Yakiniku Ramen, which makes it a heaven for all ramen lovers. Their ramen is quite affordable, and they also offer fried-chicken and curry rice. Muslim customers can enjoy their halal chicken ramen without worrying as the restaurant does not serve pork and alcohol at all, uses only ingredients that adhered to the regulation set by Japan’s Halal Certification, and tableware and cooking utensils have never been in contact with non-halal ingredients.

Address: 1-chome-23-1 Ebisuminami, Shibuya-Ku, Tokyo

Website: (Japanese Only)

2. Sushi: Asakusa Sushi Ken (浅草すし賢)

Asakusa Sushi Ken is the first halal-certified sushi restaurant in Tokyo to offer Muslim-friendly food options. The owner of this restaurant reproduces authentic Japanese flavors with halal ingredients, which are no less than the originals. They have a vast range of sushi dishes on the menu, which are made using halal ingredients. Besides sushi, they also serve tempura and halal beef on the lunch menu. Those who prefer eating cooked seafood can try their delicious Anago Bowl. As an added bonus, they have a prayer room as well.

Address: 2-11-4 Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo 

Website: (Japanese Only)

3. Tempura: Tendonsenmon Ginza Itsuki (天丼専門 銀座いつき)

Ginza Itsuki is a tendon (tempura on rice bowl) specialty restaurant that provides authentic Japanese tendon made of various halal ingredients including mushroom, chicken breast, shrimp, and kidney beans. They differ from other shops by adding a lot of tempura in their tendon and set meal with miso soup, Japanese pickles, and chawanmushi (egg custard dish). With a halal-certification, you can be sure that this is a reliable shop to indulge in your halal food cravings in Tokyo.

Address: Ginza Inns 2F, 3-1 Ginza Nishi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

Website: (Japanese only)

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4. Yakiniku: Gyumon (牛門)

Gyumon is a halal yakiniku restaurant located a 5-minute walk from the New South Exit of Shibuya Station. It is a perfect place to enjoy a hearty meal after a full day of shopping. This restaurant gives you the freedom to grill your own food at your table and enjoy the morsels of delight, which is grilled Japanese beef. It has a warm atmosphere and a combination of western-style tables and traditional Japanese low-tables. This place remains open till midnight, so you can visit anytime.

Address: 3-14-5 Shibuya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo


5. Yakiniku: Gyu Kaku Akasaka (牛角 赤坂)

Gyu Kaku is one of the popular Japanese BBQ chains having branches all over the world. At the time of its opening, Gyu Kaku Akasaka was the first to offer halal course meals in its region according to the Islamic dietary customs. This restaurant is halal-certified and offers high-quality beef, chicken, and seafood options for the grill. They have a great range of side dishes that can go with yakiniku very well. However, you need to make a table reservation in advance to enjoy the delectable halal menu without any problem.

Address: 3-12-11 Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo


6. Shabu Shabu: Shabu Shabu Asakusa Nagomi (しゃぶしゃぶ 浅草和み)

Asakusa Nagomi is one of the few restaurants in the Asakusa area where you can eat the premium quality wagyu shabu-shabu. At Asakusa Nagomi, you get the hotpot served on at your table with thin slices of selected A5-ranked Wagyu from Omi, Kobe, Hida, and Kagoshima brands. The restaurant also has a prayer space with ablution facilities for Muslim customers.

Address: 2-14-17 Nishiasakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo

7. Wagyu: Halal Wagyu Dining Panga 585 Asakusa (ぱんが 585 浅草)

Halal Wagyu Dining Panga 585 is a halal-certified wagyu steakhouse located in Marugoto Nippon, a shopping mall in Asakusa. The restaurant has a menu of tempting selections, especially the top-grade wagyu beef. They serve the extremely tender and flavorful A5 wagyu, which is made using halal ingredients. The all-halal wagyu steak and other items are prepared in front of the customers, making it an ideal place for enjoying halal food in Tokyo.

Address: Marugoto Nippon Bldg. 4F, 26-7, Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo

Website: (Japanese Only)

8. Izakaya: Gonpachi Shibuya (権八 渋谷)

Gonpachi Shibuya is one of the best izakayas to visit if you want to try a range of delicious Japanese specialties. At Gonpachi, all ingredients are carefully chosen and regionally-sourced in Japan for the truly authentic taste. Their Halal option is available with two courses. You can try anything from premium Ozaki wagyu or simple wagyu beef with fried shrimp dumplings, sashimi, and oyster. It is located on the 14th floor of the building, which lets the customers enjoy the stunning views of Tokyo and beyond while having flavorful food.

Address: E Space Tower 14F, 3-6 Maruyamacho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo


9. Soba: Sojibo Diver City Tokyo Plaza (そじ坊 ダイバーシティ東京プラザ)

Located on the 6th floor of Diver City Tokyo Plaza, Sojibo is a halal-certified restaurant that offers an amazing variety of Japanese food at quite affordable rates. The best meal you can try here is their halal curry and a set menu containing soba noodles, tempura, and sashimi. You can try soba noodles here in different forms: hot and even cold, which are equally delicious.

Address: 1-1-10 Aomi, Koto-ku, Tokyo


10. International cuisine: Malaychan (マレーチャン)

Malaychan is a Malaysian-Chinese restaurant and the only one in Japan to earn the halal certification from the Malaysian Government. It is a pioneer of halal food in Tokyo and all over Japan. The chefs prepare tasty Southeast-Asian dishes following Islamic laws and use chicken and beef that comply with the rules. One of the most recommended dishes is the Coconut Chicken Curry, which is spicy and creamy at the same time. They offer vegan and vegetarian options as well as menu and spiciness preferences.

Address: 3-22-6 Nishiikebukuro, Toshima-ku, Tokyo

Website: (Japanese Only)


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