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7 Muslim-Friendly Halal Certified Restaurants In Tokyo

7 Muslim-Friendly Halal Certified Restaurants In Tokyo

Translated by Jasmine Nishino

Written by Shinnosuke Saito

Tokyo 2017.06.22 Bookmark

This time, we would like to feature Halal certified cafes and restaurants that were previously featured on MATCHA!

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Photo courtesy of Tanden website
Frequently seen on foods and drinks, Halal refers to food and actions that follow the rules of Islam. Therefore, restaurants and foods that are certified Halal follow Islamic law and can be consumed by Muslims without worries.

Lately, the number of restaurants and services in Tokyo that provide Halal certified products have increased in preparation for the 2020 Olympics. This time we would like to recap the Halal certified cafes and restaurants that were once featured in MATCHA!

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1. Yoyogi: Tanden Yoyogi Branch


Photo courtesy of Tanden website
Tanden Yoyogi branch is located only two minutes by foot from JR Yoyogi Station. Born from the concept of wanting the people of Tokyo to satisfy their cravings for delicious beef from Kagoshima, they provide high-quality meat for a reasonable price. The Kuroge Wagyu beef is a high-quality meat that is so soft that it melts in your mouth! In this store, even Muslims can enjoy this wonderful Halal certified beef and savor the mouth-watering Kuroge wagyu beef. The store is very spacious and can fit up to 80 people.

Read Also: Enjoy Halal-Certified Wagyū Beef At Tanden In Yoyogi

2. Yoyogi: Sumiyaki-ya


Sumiyaki-ya is right on the fashionable streets of Nishi-Azabu and only an eight-minute walk from Roppongi. With the hopes of wanting Muslims to enjoy Japanese yakiniku barbecue, they were one of the first stores to prepare Halal certified beef. The popularity has grown and the store is filled with Muslims and non-Muslims alike both excited to taste the delicious meat. Even the fourth prime minister of Malaysia, Mahathir bin Mohamad, has paid a visit here. The restaurant itself is small and quaint but highly recommended.

Next Page: Sumiyakiya: A Halal-Certified Grill In Roppongi

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