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    How to Holiday to Tokyo? Try this delicious Halal Ramen at these 5 Restaurants

    Sunday, December 10, 2017, December 10, 2017 EDT Last Updated 2017-12-11T03:16:32Z
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    Tokyo offers a lot of good culinary. For Muslims, now more diverse choices of halal food. Includes popular ramen.

    Japan is increasingly concerned with the needs of Muslim tourists. Especially halal food. There are more and more restaurants offering halal Japanese menu. Likewise with the usual ramen identical to the use of pigs.

    If planning a holiday to Tokyo, this restaurant can be tried to enjoy a bowl of halal ramen.

    1. Shinjuku Gyoen Ramen Ouka

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    Since 2015 there is Ramen Ouka open in Shinjuku, Tokyo. The halal-certified restaurant of the Otsuka Mosque uses halal ingredients and does not offer alcohol.

    For ramennya, the restaurant uses a fragrant sea bream fish. Coherently mixed with its own production noodles and soft roasted chicken. Uniquely, the meringue of the egg white mixture with the addition of yuzu (a typical Japanese orange) so topping ramen. Ramen Ouka also provides vegan ramen.

    Ramen Ouka
    Sansara Gyoen Building 1F
    Shinjuku 1-11-7, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 160-0022
    Tel: + 81-03-5925-8426

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    2. Naritaya

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    This ramen restaurant in Asakusa serves halal ramen. Ramen served with slices of grilled chicken, nori, spring onions, bean sprouts, spinach, boiled eggs and bamboo shoots. The ramen broth is made from bonito and kombu (seaweed). The resulting flavor is tasty and light, but still delicious.

    Toyko-to, Taito-ku, Asakusa 2-7-13

    3. Ramen Honolu

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    Honolu is a popular ramen restaurant in Osaka and Tokyo. The outlet in Ebisu, Tokyo that opened since last January has a Muslim-friendly menu. The mainstay is a Paitan ramen made of thick chicken broth. There is also a space for worship here.

    Ramen Honolu
    1F, 1-23-1 Ebisuminami, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 105-0022
    Tel: + 81-03-5734-1667

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    4. Ayam-ya

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    The famous chicken-ya in Malaysia and Kyoto also open in Tokyo. Here there is a delicious halal Pokok ramen with chicken broth that can be tried. Including spicy ramen. On the menu Chicken-yes no use of pork, beef, and MSG. Its location is not far from Ueno Okachimachi Mosque.

    Yamada Bldg. 1F, 4-10-1 Taito, Taito-ku, Tokyo 110-0016
    Tel: + 81-03-3834-6656

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    5. Kumahachi

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    This restaurant just opened in 2016. Here, that ramen use homemade noodles, halal chicken and halal spices. Like serving shoyu ramen and Tsukemen. Kumahachi also does not provide alcohol. According to the owner, it is not easy to make a delicious halal ramen without MSG. Until it took 2 years for him to develop ramen according to market taste.

    2-14-5 Morishita, Koto-ku, Tokyo 135-0004
    Tel: + 81-080-7852-5511


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