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5 Best Halal Restaurants in Tokyo

Wondering where to eat Muslim-friendly foods in Tokyo? In this guide, we handpicked the 5 best halal restaurants in Tokyo

Tokyo may not be popular for halal restaurants, but it’s definitely catching up over the last few years with more and more restaurants serving halal menus. Big thanks to the surge of Muslim tourists in Japan, you can now get a taste of home while enjoying the best of Tokyo.

Whether you’re looking for a Japanese, Korean, Indian, Turkish, or Arabian menu, here are our top picks for the best halal restaurants in Tokyo:

1. Panga Wagyu Yakiniku (Japanese and Korean)

Starting off with premium Wagyu yakiniku or barbeque at Panga located in Taito. This halal restaurant in Tokyo serves the best A5 Wagyu yakiniku, and you also get a bunch of other tasty Korean options, such as bibimbap, galbi, and gom-tang. Of course, you would want to try their Wagyu platter, sirloin steak, or chateaubriand steak!

  • Price: From 2,000 yen

  • Hours: 11:30 AM - 2:30 PM, 5 - 10:30 PM (Monday to Saturday) | 5 -10:30 PM (Sunday)

  • Contact: +81 3-3839-8929

  • Location: 3 Chome-27-9 Taito, Taito City, Tokyo 

2. Abu Essam Arabic Café and Deli (Arabian)

Serving all sorts of halal sandwiches, Abu Essam is your go-to halal restaurant in Tokyo for your Middle Eastern food cravings. Whether you’re looking for kebab sandwich, falafel sandwich, or hummus sandwich, Abu Essam is your place in Shinjuku. They also serve Egyptian staples like lamb and chicken koshari.

  • Price: From 400 yen

  • Hours: 11 AM - 3 PM, 4 - 8 PM (Wednesday to Tuesday)

  • Contact: +81 3-5946-8014

  • Location: 101 Y’s Kagurazaka 111-1, Yaraicho, Shinjuku City, Tokyo

3. Honolu Halal Ramen (Japanese)

If you’re looking to satisfy your ramen cravings without feeling guilty, head over to Honolu in Shinjuku. They are foreigner-friendly with their English menu. They serve special ramen bowls such as chicken ramen, fried chicken ramen, and yakiniku ramen, complete with side dishes. They also have ramen for kids.

  • Price: From 1,100 yen

  • Hours: 11:30 AM - 2:30 PM, 5 - 8:30 PM (Monday to Sunday)

  • Contact: +81 3-5357-7664

  • Location: 1 Chome−31−3, Shinjuku, Shinjuku City, Tokyo

4. Kebab Chef (Turkish)

Located in Setagaya, Kebab Chef is one of the most remarkable halal restaurants in Tokyo. This authentic Turkish restaurant serves a range of kebab dishes. From adana to chicken shish to beef iskender, your options are wide. Be sure to try their lamb shish or mixed kebab!

  • Price: From 1,050 yen

  • Hours: 11 AM - 11 PM (Monday to Saturday)

  • Contact: +81 3-3413-0822

  • Location: 2 Chome−14−14, Kitazawa, Setagaya City, Tokyo

5. Mughal (Indian)

Located in Shinjuku, Mughal is one of the most popular Indian restaurants in Tokyo. They do not only serve halal foods, but they also have vegetarian and vegan options. Whether you’re craving curry or biryani, Mughal does not disappoint!

  • Price: From 750 yen

  • Hours: 11 AM - 11:30 PM (Monday to Sunday)

  • Contact: +81 80-4889-1974

  • Location: 1 Chome−16−8, Nishiwaseda, Shinjuku City, Tokyo


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