Halal and Muslim Friendly – Jesly Villa Tokyo
"Jesly Villa Tokyo" (a.k.a Paprika Hotel) is an accommodation facility based on the concept that Muslims can enjoy their trip without worrying about food and prayers. You can enjoy authentic Malaysian cuisine at the Halal restaurant in the hotel. Meals are prepared by a Muslim chef who used to be the head chef at a 5-star hotel. He was hired because they believe Muslims would feel safer if the food is 100% halal and made by a Muslim chef. For more information, please see the link below. Also, check out...
Muslim-friendly Japanese restaurant “Nikaku”
More than 100 menu items! Japanese restaurant "Nikaku" has Muslim-friendly menus and is fully equipped with a prayer room. The interior of the store is full of ninja elements. They are a long-established Japanese restaurant loved by locals and tourists alike. You can enjoy ninja menus and original menus that are particular about Iga ingredients. How about visiting this restaurant when you come to Iga City in Mie prefecture? Please see the link below for more information.
Kyoto Arashiyama “Yoshiya” Halal Japanese meal
Kyoto Arashiyama's restaurant "Yoshiya" has acquired halal certification from the Kyoto Halal Council* for Sharia and Halal Affairs, and cooks based on Islamic teachings to serve Muslim-friendly dishes. All of the ingredients used in its dishes have been approved by the halal council. A space for wudu and Japanese-style prayer room also available. Please see the link below for detailed facility information. *Kyoto Halal Council: partners with Japan Muslim Association (Tokyo) and Japan Islamic Trust (Otsuka Masjid in Tokyo), both of which are certifying bodies founded as religious institutions. Its...
Conveyor-belt Kura Sushi to raise prices, no more 100-yen sushi
Japan's major conveyor-belt sushi chain, Kura Sushi, is set to raise its prices from October, ending its lowest-priced 100 yen offer. (more…)
“Islamic Shopping district” Shin-Okubo multinational area
Shin Okubo is a cozy little neighborhood located within Tokyo’s Shinjuku ward and is easily accessible as one of the stops on the Yamanote train loop. And it is well known for its extensive Korean community. Mainly popular among Tokyoites for its Korean foods, K-pop. But now you will see that it is a Shin-Okubo is a cozy little neighbourhood?in Tokyo's Shinjuku Ward, easily accessible as one of the stops on the Yamanote Line. It is also known for its large Korean community. It is popular for Korean food and...
“HOTEL YUGAF INN OKINAWA” with Muslim-Friendly services and facilities
"HOTEL YUGAF INN OKINAWA" offers "Muslim Friendly Services" for Muslim customers.Services include preparation of prayer rooms, preparation of prayer mats in guest rooms, prayer timetables in the Okinawa area, prayer directions, and Muslim-Friendly menus at restaurants using special cooking utensils and cooking only with halal ingredients. Enjoy your stay in Okinawa! Please see the link below for more details. Related Posts:Muslim-friendly Paprika Hotel with musalla & halal restaurant
Halal-certified Restaurant Naritaya in Osaka
Naritaya is offering ramen, mazesoba that is made with homemade noodles, domestic ingredients, as well as Naritaya’s original sauce and dashi (Japanese soup stock). The menus are original from Naritaya Osaka Minami. Try Halal Wagyu before it becomes sold out. Don’t miss it.
Halal Dumpling “Satsuki” in Utsunomiya
Utsunomiya, the largest city in Tochigi, is famous for its many dumpling specialist shops."Satsuki" developed the first Halal Dumpling based on the advice of Professor Emeritus Tomomatsu of Utsunomiya University. Not only its ingredients (chicken) but also the seasonings and hot pots are Muslim-friendly. Please click the link below for details.
Halal Corresponding Cafeteria Food at Miyazaki University
Miyazaki University's Cafeteria has been certified by the Malaysian Development Agency (JAKIM) and has started offering halal food with the certification mark displayed on the price card. This is the first time that it has served JAKIM-certified cuisine. With this certification mark, Muslim students studying in Japan can order food safely.
“Tokyo Halal Deli & Cafe” opened at Rikkyo University
Rikkyo University (Toshima-ku, Tokyo) has started a cafeteria "Tokyo Halal Deli & Cafe, " They officially opened its first halal food restaurant, "Tokyo Halal Deli & Cafe," in Ikebukuro Campus where it was selected for the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology's "Top Global University Creation Support Project" and has been promoting internationalization. In recent years, the number of foreign students from Islamic countries has been increasing, and they set up the "Prayer Room" on the Ikebukuro campus. The establishment of a halal food cafeteria is a part...
Enjoy Japan’s summer traditional cuisine in Malaysia!
Unagi is a freshwater eel that is usually cooked in glazed-grill style. It’s a common food staple in Japanese cooking. Unagi is often eaten during summer days especially by the end of July. "SUKIYA" in Malaysia has been holding an "eel" food fair for a limited time from July 8th. Please enjoy eel dishes that blows away the heat of summer in Malaysia. As part of its Halal Policy, SUKIYA ensures that all recipes and ingredients used in its food are Halal-certified, making it one of the preferred choices in...
Top 3 Halal-Certified Japanese Restaurants in Chiba
If you are planning to go to Tokyo, this neighboring prefecture "Chiba" has Japan’s main gateway for international air travel, the Narita International Airport. The number of international tourists they receive gives rise to a vibrant food scene that has anything from authentic Japanese food to various foreign cuisines. Many of them are Muslim-friendly restaurants and there are plenty of great spots to discover nearby. Read on and find out why you should stop by Chiba before heading to Tokyo or leaving Japan!