New Muslim-friendly Italian restaurants in Tokyo

Pizzeria-Trattoria Napule and Ristorante-Italiano Etruschi, included in the TOP100 restaurants of the Japanese major gourmet website “Tabelog”, get Muslim-friendly certification. Both are run by TERRAMIA, a company of TAKAMI GROUP

Selection of vegetables (halal options available)

Halal Food, which Muslims (covering about 25% of the world’s population) eat according to the Islamic precepts, is still not widely recognised in Japan.

TERRAMIA obtained the “Muslim-Friendly Certification” by Nippon Asia Halal Association (NAHA)*1 for two restaurants to ensure Muslims may also enjoy delicious Italian cuisine. By following the guidelines for food storage and cooking received during certification, the restaurants can provide menus safe for Muslims to eat.

At “Pizzeria-Trattoria Napule” in Tokyo Midtown, you can taste halal dishes such as pizza, pasta, fish/meat dishes and dessert. Whereas you can enjoy halal à la carte and course dishes at “Ristorante Italiano Etruschi”. (*2)

(*1) NAHA is a Japanese certification body accredited by MUIS (Singapore) with auditors certified as Halal instructors by the Halal Development Corporation (HDC), a Malaysian educational organization of JAKIM.
(*2) Menu without pork and alcoholic beverages

Clam Spaghetti (halal option available)

Pizzeria-Trattoria Napule
9-7-1 Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-0052
Closing days: None

Ristorante Italiano Etruschi
3-chōme-15-12 Minamiaoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-0062
Closing days: Tuesday

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