Muslim-friendly ramen can be found all around Japan
Click here for Issue one, two, and three on special feature on HALAL ramen
This is the fourth and last issue of special feature on HALAL ramen. Did you find a ramen you would like to try? There are many different kinds of ramen in Japan. All stores are unique, Muslim-friendly, and loved by Muslims. Make sure to eat a lot of ramen along with sightseeing when you visit Japan!
Nakhlistan is within walking distance from Kobe mosque, and is a shop that sells HALAL food products and fashion goods with a restaurant attached. They serve Indonesian food here, but have also recently started serving ramen. Why not try delicious ramen after visiting the mosque and looking at spices and miscellaneous goods?
|Address||4-9-24 Kanocho, Chuo-ku, Kobe-shi, Hyogo 650-0001|
|Halal Gourmet Japan||https://www.halalgourmet.jp/restaurant/873640|
NOODLE ARTISAN KIRIN (Kagoshima)
Kagoshima is famous for having Sakurajima Island and hot springs. Kirin serves shoyu and spicy ramen made with chicken stock. The owner started this Muslim-friendly ramen shop with Muslim students attending Kagoshima University.
|Opening Hours||Tue-Thu [Lunch] 11:30-14:30 [Dinner] 18:30~24:00 Fri, Sat 18:30-25:00 Sun 18:30-22:00|
|Address||2F, 1-10-5 Kamoike, Kagoshima-shi, Kagoshima 890-0063|
|Halal Gourmet Japan||https://www.halalgourmet.jp/restaurant/843806|
Beppu is famous for hot springs, but also many International Muslim students live here. Ittoryu is popular for mild tasting tonyu (soymilk) ramen. Although they are not HALAL-certified, they still serve Muslim-friendly ramen. Some menus have free toppings for students.
|Opening Hours||11:00-15:30, 17:30-22:00|
|Address||1-15 Mochigahamacho, Beppu-shi, Oita 874-0924|
|Halal Gourmet Japan||https://www.halalgourmet.jp/restaurant/444289|