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A Must Visit Halal Ramen Shops You Should Try in Tokyo
Ramen has been a very popular dish among Muslim travelers when visiting Japan, especially since ramen often appeared in Japanese anime broadcasts worldwide.
In the recent few years, the needs for halal ramen were extremely high which makes the number of halal ramen shops rapidly increasing in Japan, especially in places crowded with customers such as Tokyo, Osaka, and Kyoto.
This time we would like to introduce the halal ramen shops you should try in Tokyo!
Honolu Ramen (Ebisu)
Honolu Ramen opened its first halal ramen shop in Ebisu close to the shopping area Ebisu Garden Place. The ramen is made from a thick chicken broth and chewy noodles with a variety of toppings. Their spicy ramen is very popular among Muslim customers. We recommend enjoying the ramen together with karaage (Japanese fried chicken, 680 yen) or dumplings (680 yen) and plum soda (250 yen)!
10 min walk from the JR Ebisu station east exit (you can reach the shop easily through Ebisu Sky Walk that connects Ebisu station east exit to Ebisu Garden Place)
(Ramen) 1,080 yen～
Ayam-YA Okachimachi is a popular ramen shop close to Ueno. This is the branch of those in Kyoto and Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) known for its thick flavorful white chicken broth. Their spicy ramen is one of the most popular meals among foreigners, it has a strong punch of spices you should challenge! Have your ramen topped with karaage for a more satisfying mealtime?
10 min walk from Tawaramachi station on Ginza Line.
Lanzhou Ramen MAZULU
Lanzhou Ramen MAZULU is a popular halal ramen shop that serves authentic Lanzhou ramen in Jimbocho. The ramen has a thick and flavorful beef broth topped with tender beef slices and spices, the noodles are soft and very easy to eat, goes well with the soup.
5 min walk from Jimbocho station.