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A Selection of Muslim Friendly Souvenirs

During your trip to Japan, you might look for halal restaurants. Then while having a sightseeing, you might like to have something to bring back home for families, friends, or even for yourself!

These are the halal / muslim friendly souvenirs and where to buy.

Samurai Ramen UMAMI

You might want to have a Japanese delicious ramen after come back to your home country! So you can bring back this Samurai Ramen and enjoy it at home. Available in exclusive gold package for souvenir (around 880 yen~) and economic plastic bag package (190 yen~). Each box/package is for 2 meals serving.

Where to Buy

【Tokyo】LAOX Shinjuku store (Google Map)
【Tokyo】LAOX Akihabara store (Google Map)
【Tokyo】All branches of Gyomu Super (for plastic bag package only)
【Yokohama】Mega Donquijote Yokohama Yamashita branch (Google Map)
【Osaka】Japanese Restaurant MATSURI (Google Map)
【Osaka】Shinsaibashi Tourist Information Center (Google Map)
【Kyoto】Kyoto Tower Tourist Information Center (Google Map)
【Hokkaido】Sapporo drug store (Google Map)
【Okinawa】Suimui restaurant (inside the complex of Shuri Castle) (Google Map)
【All Japan】Samurai Ramen official online store

Kibi-dango and Oote Manjuu

Kibi-dango is a very popular snack from Okayama which is now available halal-certified. Available in 4 delicious flavors ; plain, white peach, matcha, and kinako (410 yen~)

Oote Manjuu is a snack made carefully from the best bizen rice and Hokkaido’s red bean, wrapped with sirozarato (sugar that is often being used in high-rank snack and has a great taste of sweetness).

Kibi-dango

Oote Manjuu

Where to Buy

【Tokyo】Tottori-Okayama Shinbashikan (Google Map)

Tokyo Arare

Tokyo Arare is a halal-certified Japanese traditional rice crackers that is traced back to more than 1,000 years ago. It is available in 4 flavors ; red pepper, seaweed, wasabi, matcha with price 650 yen~.

Where to Buy

【Tokyo】ANA FESTA at the International Terminal 4F, Narita International Airport (Google Map)
【Tokyo】Nakamise Street (Google Map)
【Yokohama】Mega Donquijote Yokohama Yamashita branch (Google Map)
【Osaka】Japanese Restaurant MATSURI (Google Map)

Yuzu Gateau and Yuzu Chocolate Brownie

A moist and fluffy yuzu gateau and yusu chocolate brownie that will make you eat it all without knowing it! A nice snack especially in afternoon tea. Both are halal-certified.

Where to Buy

【Tokyo】Origami Asakusa (Google Map)
【Tokyo】Air Lawson at the International Terminal 1F, Haneda International Airport (Google Map)
【Osaka】Japanese Restaurant Matsuri Osaka (Google Map)

Muso Castella Cake

Castella cake has been known as Tokyo’s souvenir. This Muso castella cake is a halal certified and available in  3 flavors ; simple honey taste, fragrant bittersweet matcha taste, and cocoa with a light sweet chocolate taste.

Where to Buy

【Tokyo】ANA FESTA at the International Terminal 4F, Narita International Airport (Google Map)
【Tokyo】Lawson Ginza Six (Google Map)

Okinawa Sweet Potato

Okinawa Beni-imo Tart (beni-imo means sweet potato) is one of a popular Okinawa snacks which looks like a small boat. It is available in halal-certified at the Okashi Goten in the Kokusai Street. Please be careful as there is non-halal certified beni-imo tart with the same package.

Where to Buy

【Okinawa】Okashigoten Matsuo Shop, Kokusa Street (Google Map)

Halal Chocolate

Japanese chocolate is known with its delicious taste, easy to eat and not too sweet. There are some halal halal chocolate you can bring back home, available in candy package (like image below), also in chocolate coin.

Credit to Rock

Credit to Rock

Where to get

【Tokyo】KITTE Marunouchi 3F, Tokyo st (Google Map)
【Tokyo】Lawson Ginza Six (Google Map)
【Yokohama】Mega Don Quijote Yokohama, Yamashita branch (Google Map)
【Osaka】Japanese Restaurant Matsuri Osaka (Google Map)

Green Tea Baumkuchen

Baumkuchen is originally a traditional German cake which is extremely popular among Japanese. We can say that, no Japanese don’t know this cake! It has a moist texture with a nice sweetness. This baumkuchen in matcha flavor is alcohol and animal-derived free, one of a recommended Muslim friendly snacks! Price around 1,500 yen per box.

Credit to Shefty

Credit to Shefty

Where to get

【Osaka】Japanese Restaurant Matsuri Osaka (Google Map)
【Accross Japan, online store】Shefty Official Online Store

Momiji Manju

Momiji manju is a traditional Japanese confectionery you can get in Hiroshima. This maple-leaf-shaped bun is filled with bean paste and has a moist texture. It tastes not too sweet and very easy to eat, a great accompany for afternoon tea!

Credit to Yamadaya

Where to buy

【Tokyo】Hiroshima brand shop GINZA TAU (Google Map)
【Hiroshima】Miyajima honten (Google Map)
【Hiroshima】Hiroshima station “Ekie” (Hiroshima station north exit inside the “Ekie Omiyage”) (Google Map)
【Hiroshima】Hiroshima station ASSE )Hiroshima station south exit) (Google Map)

Brown Sugar Candy (Kokuto Candy)

Besides of beni-imo tart, Okinawa has a traditional candy made from brown sugar which must be your favorite! The candy is made from Okinawan sugar cane with a great taste of sweetness, makes you can’t help yourself to keep having it. Available halal-certified.
Where to get
【Tokyo】Washita Shop (Okinawa showroom) Ginza (Google Map)

Halal Cream Daifuku

Daifuku is a traditional Japanese confectionery made from mochi with filling. Common daifuku has a red bean paste filling, but this halal-certified daifuku is filled with delicious sweet cream which is so addicting! Since the halal cream daifuku is a frozen snack, you might want to enjoy it during your stay in Japan. Available in 4 delicious flavors : matcha, mango, cafe au lait, strawberry.


【Tokyo】Rogers Mart Asakusa (Google Map)
【Tokyo, Saitama】All branches of Rogers Supermarket
【Osaka】Japanese Restaurant Matsuri Osaka (Google Map)