• From Indonesia • Live in Indonesia • Islam
Quite pricey, but the sushi and sashini quality are top notch. You can opt for the set menu (i think for lunch only) which is more affordable (though between ¥750-¥1700). Staffs speak good english.
Located within walking distance from the Peace Memorial Park. Halal certificate is visible in the front of the shop.
Although place was small, the cuisine was so delicious. As a bonus fact, the restaurant was a Michellin star one :). Located nearby Uniqlo
Best halal ramen in Osaka so far. Place is packed, so mind your space. Has a prayer room inside. The only thing I guess that should be worked on is the air ventilation, due to all the cooking around, and the sweat from the hot (and delicious) ramen.
Halal Restaurant Naritaya Osaka
1-7-23 Higashishinsaibashi, Chuo-ku Osaka-shi, Osaka, 542-0083 Japan
A bit so-so for my taste, but it is well located near the vincinity of Dotonbori^^
One of the best place for halal japanese cuisines,as it has lots of variety (sushi,ramen,takoyaki and okonomiyaki). Though not quite in the normal tourist area, it is still worth the visit. Has a prayer room too ^^. Last but not least,sells a wide variety of Halal Japanese Souvenirs.
Haneda Airport International Terminal 4F, 2-6-5 Hanedakūkō, Ōta-ku, Tōkyō-to 144-0041, Japan, Ōta-ku, Tōkyō-to, 144-0041 Japan
more tables to eat can be found in front of yoshinoya
Has a complete choice for most kinds of Indonesian cuisines, and with the most authentic taste in Tokyo.
To dine in,go up stairs. A bit cramped but can fill up to 7 people using high chairs. The low chairs can do only 4 people