Translated by Jasmine Nishino
4 Muslim-Friendly Halal Restaurants In Shibuya
Here are four popular halal restaurants conveniently located near by Shibuya station serving traditional Japanese dishes, yakiniku, as well as Malaysian and Indian delights.
Written by yuri.sugiyama
Halal is a term used to identify products or activities that follow the practices of Islam. Therefore, at restaurants that are certified as halal, Islamic people can enjoy themselves worry-free. Lately, there has been an increase in the number of Muslim people visiting Japan and, as a result, the number of Halal certified restaurants has been growing.
Today, we would like to introduce to you a selection of halal certified restaurants in Tokyo's popular shopping area, Shibuya.
1. Hanasaka Jī-san
First, let's take a look at the fusion Japanese restaurant right by the Shibuya station, Hanasaka Jī-san.
Here is their halal certified beef in Shabu Shabu hot-pot.
Shabu Shabu is a traditional Japanese dish where you run thinly sliced beef through lightly flavored boiling water and then eat it with a special sauce. The thick sesame sauce pictured here matches well with the beef.
Hanasaka Jī-san uses a halal certified Wagyū beef from Miyazaki prefecture. Not only can you eat shabu shabu, but you can also enjoy Japanese beef steak as well. More than 1,000 Muslim people come to this certified restaurant every year.