Muslim-Friendly Kobe Map has Finally Launched
So far, we have launched Asakusa & Ueno area, Osaka and Kyoto Muslim-friendly maps. And, since recently the number of Muslim residents and tourists has been increasing in Japan, as well as tourists visiting Kobe. So, to fulfill the growing demand of Kobe, we have launched new “Muslim Friendly Map –Meet Islam in Kobe–”.
We would like to introduce interesting content about Kobe in this map such as the first historical mosque in Japan “Kobe Mosque” and Halal Kobe Beef.
Kobe, the origin of mosque in Japan
Kobe is known as the city where the first mosque “Kobe Mosque” was built. It is said that the implementation of construction plan of Kobe Mosque started in 1928 after the First World War. The mosque built in 1934 with the great contributions from a group of Indian and Turkish-Tatar people.
Kobe also suffered significant damage caused by air raids during World War II. However, Kobe Mosque was the only building that survived the attacks. The mosque recorded didn’t suffer major damage.
Currently, the mosque is mainly managed by Pakistani people who live in Japan. Not only Muslims, many Japanese people that are interested in Islam also visiting the mosque. In addition to Iftar and Eid prayer, other religious events are actively held at the mosque.
Fully experience Kobe, Enjoy Kobe Beef at “The Originator of Teppanyaki Steak Misono Kobe Main Store” (presented by)
Everybody knows the excellent flavor and highest quality of “Kobe Beef”, top Wagyu beef brand in the world. Here in “The Originator of Teppanyaki Steak Misono Kobe Main Store” Restaurant in Kobe, you can taste the world first Halal Kobe Beef Teppanyaki.
The store opened as Japan’s first Teppanyaki steak house in 1945 shortly after World War II. Misono Restaurant offers only selected A4 and A5 ranked Japanese Black Beef including Kobe beef and has gained great popularity from Japanese, as well as overseas customers.
◯HALAL Course A 27,000 yen (excluding tax)
・Five selections of grilled vegetables
・Halal Kobe Beef Sirloin Steak (150g)
◯HALAL Course B 38,000 yen (excluding tax)
・Five selections of grilled vegetables
・Halal Kobe Beef Fillet Steak (150g)
Misono Restaurant also offers seafood and a la carte menus.
Cooking methods you can choose
Misono Restaurant prioritizes their customers to eat warm meals by having the Teppan (iron) plate in front of each table while keeping the style of Teppanyaki steaks. Therefore, they have provided two cooking methods, so customers can choose by themselves.
◯Style A: Halal cooking method
Although it differs from style A, they grill beef with dishes and cooking utensils exclusively used for Halal. They grill meat by placing the Halal Teppan plate on top of a regular Teppan plate.
*All ingredients and condiments used in both styles are Halal. Disposable plates and utensils are available
◯Style B: Existing cooking method since the establishment of the restaurant
Although the restaurant also uses the same iron plate to grill non-Halal beef, this method makes the beef juicier.
How to make a reservation
①Make reservation by E-mail email@example.com
②Restaurant will confirm the stock and seats (pre-reservation)
③Restaurant will send you a notification for advanced payment invoice will be sent
*The course fee must be paid in advance via direct deposit
④Restaurant will send you a notification for confirmation of the payment (reservation complete)
Customers can come and eat if rooms are available on the appointed day. Because of the limited supply, they may not be able to accept reservations due to stock status.
The Originator of Teppanyaki Steak Misono Kobe Main Store
- 11:30-14:30 (L.O. 13:30), 17:00-22:00 (L.O. 21:00)
- Daily open (except new year’s holiday)
- Misono Bld.7.8F, 1-1-2, Shimoyamatedori, Chuo-ku Kobe-shi, Hyogo
- Halal Gourmet Japan