Eating Halal in Japan

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Assalamualaikum!

(Peace!)

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I was an intern on English Camp 2018 - what a time it was! But how did I eat Halal in Tokyo?

It’s no surprise that you can't assume food is Halal when you walk into a restaurant. The Muslim population is not high across Japan, but Tokyo has Nepalese and Turkish communities which makes finding Halal food reasonable.

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One advantage you have is apps! For me, Halal Gourmet Japan and Halal Navi made life easier. These apps find halal places near your location and organise them by type of food. In the mood for a kebab? Turkish place down the road! Want curry? Indo-Nepalese restaurant round the corner. Halal ramen? Just one station away.

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Let's cut to the chase - you're here for my recommendations. Here are some of my favourites from last year!

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1. Halal Sakura

Japan〒110-0003 Tōkyō-to, Taito City, Negishi, 2-chōme−18−11 ルート根岸第二ビル1F・2F

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2. Ayam-Ya Okachimachi

4-chōme-10-1 Taitō, 台東区 Taito City, Tōkyō-to 110-0016, Japan

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3. CURRY HOUSE CoCo ICHIBANYA HALAL

Japan, 〒101-0023 Tōkyō-to, Chiyoda City, Kanda Matsunagachō, 16 内尾松永ビル1F

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4. Turkish Restaurant Cankaya

Japan 〒160-0023 Tōkyō-to, Shinjuku City, Nishishinjuku, 1-chōme−15−7 西口ライフビル3F

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5. 権八 浅草吾妻橋/Gonpachi Asakusa Azumabashi

Japan〒111-0034 Tokyo, Taito City, Kaminarimon, 2 Chome−1−15 1F2F 中川ビル

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6. Menya Honolu Ebisu - Halal Ramen

Japan 〒150-0022 Tōkyō-to, Shibuya City, Ebisuminami, 1-chōme−23−1 ABC亜米利加橋1F

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