TOP 3 Halal Ramen Shops in Tokyo!

Written by KHAN|2021-12-08 |

Ramen is a must try food when you are in Japan. Nowadays, we have a lot of options when it comes to Halal Ramen! Here are Halal Food in Japan’s Top 3 recommended Ramen shops.

1. Kaenzan Lanzhou Ramen


This restaurant is one of our most favorites as the food here is out of this world! Kaenzan Lanzhou Ramen is run by Uyghur Muslims. The staff is really friendly and the shop is always busy with customers. You will get to see the LIVE Cooking of your meal in front of your eyes! Our most favorite dish of this restaurant is the Xinjiang Style Fried noodles (Cumin) which costs 1,180 yen. You can also try the NO.1 dish of this restaurant which is Lanzhou Hand-Pulled Noodles (980 yen). Their Xinjiang mutton skewers really go well with the Ramen. This is a must try if you are around Toshima city or Ikebukuro station.
Store name Kaenzan Lanzhou Ramen
Average lunch 980 JPY ~ 1,500 JPY
Average dinner 980 JPY ~ 1,500 JPY
Access 12 Minute walking from Ikebukuro station
Area Ikebukuro・Sugamo・Komagome > Ikebukuronishiguchi

2. T's tantan Ecute Keiyo street


T’s Tantan is a vegetarian noodle and their Vegetarian ramen is a must try if you are around Tokyo! They offer rich and delicious dandan noodles without using meat, seafood, eggs or dairy products. They also serve Gyoza and Curry besides Ramens. All of the dishes are vegetarian and as a result, they are safe to consume for Muslims.
Store name T's tantan Ecute Keiyo street
Average lunch 1,500 yen
Average dinner 1,500 yen
Access 1 minutes walking distance fromTokyo Station 1 Chome Marunouchi, Chiyoda City, Tokyo 100-0005
Area Tokyoeki・Marunouchi・Nihonbashi > Marunouchi

3. Halal Ramen & Dining Honolu Ebisu


Honolu Ebisu is a halal ramen shop in Tokyo with a Muslim-friendly menu certified by the Malaysia Halal Corporation. A thick and savory broth, tender noodles, chicken, and bits of corn and seaweed make up their house specialty chicken ramen, which is highly popular. A lovely soft-boiled egg with a gooey, brilliant orange yolk is served with their ramen. Their Karage Ramen, which includes bits of Japanese fried chicken, is another delectable combination, and they also serve spicy ramen and halal gyoza loaded with chicken and tofu.
Store name Halal Ramen & Dining Honolu Ebisu
Average lunch
Average dinner
Area Ebisu・Nakameguro・Meguro > Ebisu(Hiroo・Ga-denpureisuhomen)