TOP 6 HALAL Restauarnats in Ibaraki Prefecture!!

Written by KHAN|2022-01-12 |

Halal refers to food that complies with Islamic law and literally means "permissible" in Arabic. Dairy products, fish, grains, vegetables, as well as beef and chicken slaughtered in conformity with Islamic Law, are all considered halal. Dishes from many cultures and cuisines may be made Halal, and many restaurants throughout the world do it already! Halal food in Japan comprises both Halal adaptations of traditional Japanese foods as well as a variety of international dishes introduced by Japanese Muslims. Halal food in Japan includes something for everyone, from fiery tandori chicken and curry dishes to hamburger steaks, lemon chicken, fried rice noodles, and, of course, plenty of delicious vegetarian and bean dishes.

1. Aladdin Restaurant

(Ibaraki,Chikusei・Yuki・Sakuragawa)

Aladdin Restaurant is one of the very popular restaurants in this area because of their quality and taste of food. From Naan, curry to Burger, Samosa, they have a mouth watering menu and you can choose your favorite dishes from there!
Store name Aladdin Restaurant
Average lunch
Average dinner
Access 14 minutes walking from shimodate station
Area Kenseichiiki > Chikusei・Yuki・Sakuragawa

2. Indian Restaurant Ram Akatsuka

(Ibaraki,Mitoekikitaguchi)

This Indian Restaurant was established in 1999 and offers casual, authentic Indian food. The restaurant also offers take away and is available to rent for parties. Options include freshly baked naan bread and a huge variety of curry dishes, all with the option to adjust spice levels. Ram also has another branch just 3 minutes’ walk from Akatsuka Station, just one station away from Mito Station. English Menu available.
Store name Indian Restaurant Ram Akatsuka
Average lunch ~¥999
Average dinner ¥1,000~¥1,999
Access 242 meters from Akatsuka.
Area Mito > Mitoekikitaguchi

3. Ali's Kebab(Tsuchiura)

(Ibaraki,Tsuchiura)

Ali’s Kebab (Tsuchiura Branch/Tsukuba Branch) Founded more than twenty years ago, Ally’s Kebab serves authentic Middle Eastern food made with all Halal ingredients. From Persian koobideh kebabs to Turkish donner kebabs and North African hummus, the Indian chef at Ali’s Kebabs is a master of Middle Eastern cuisine – as evidenced by the restaurant’s enduring popularity!
Store name Ali's Kebab(Tsuchiura)
Average lunch
Average dinner
Access 6 minutes walking distance from Kasumi University of Tsukuba Shop
Area Kennanchiiki > Tsuchiura

4. JICA Tsukuba Center Restaurant

(Ibaraki,Sonotatsukuba)

This restaurant inside JICA (Japan International Cooperation Agency) Tsukuba attracts crowds during open days and events. The restaurant is open to the public every day and is the perfect place to sample a range of cuisines while immersing yourself in languages from around the world! For group bookings, advance reservation is required at least 2 weeks before your visit. Parking is limited, so groups of 10 or more people or groups arriving by coach are asked to get in touch in advance.
Store name JICA Tsukuba Center Restaurant
Average lunch ~¥999
Average dinner ~¥999
Access 3,781 meters from Hitachinoushiku.
Area Tsukuba > Sonotatsukuba

5. Halal Ramen Inaho

(Ibaraki,Hitachinaka・Katsuta)

This ramen shop in Katsuta, near Hitachi Seaside Park, offers Halal ramen with unique flavours inspired by the owner’s time spent living in Indonesia. As well as a regular ramen menu, Inaho also offers an ever-changing special menu – past specials have included Bali Curry Mazesoba, Mie Ayam and creamy white miso ramen !
Store name Halal Ramen Inaho
Average lunch ~¥999
Average dinner ~¥999
Access 715 meters from Katsuta.
Area Hitachinaka・Hitachi・Hitachiomiya > Hitachinaka・Katsuta

6. Vegan Cafe Terra

(Ibaraki,Mitoekiminamiguchi)

Located in the heart of Mito City just a short walk from Mito Station North Exit and close to tourist destinations including Kairakuen and Kodokan, Vegan Café Terra is Mito City’s first vegan-only restaurant and a great place to try vegan versions of classic Japanese favourites like ramen and curry rice as well as delicious salads and a range of vegan cakes. Chef and owner Mitsuyo spent a year in Kyoto, a city with a long history of vegetarian cuisine, learning vegan cooking and has a qualification in plant-based and wholefood cooking. The restaurant has an English menu and is always happy to welcome non-Japanese speakers.
Store name Vegan Cafe Terra
Average lunch 1000 yen
Average dinner 1000 yen
Access 770 meters from Mito.
Area Mito > Mitoekiminamiguchi