Who on earth doesn’t like ramen? NOBODY! A bowl of ramen is enough to draw a smile on your face. And of course no ramen in the whole wide world can beat the original ramen made in Japan. The savory taste of its broth, the chewy noodles, the orangey half boiled eggs, the just perfectly cooked meat, the fresh sliced leek, Oh My Goodness! Just thinking of that makes our mouth-watering.


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Say no more! Here are top 10 Halal friendly ramen across Japan you definitely must try on your next trip. No more excuse to miss this Japanese delicacy!

1. Halal Honolu Ramen, Tokyo & Osaka

Ramen Honolu is very popular with their spicy and umami soup to pamper your taste bud. Their famous menu beside ramen is halal gyoza from Nikkoken and roasted chicken. The staffs are Muslim and can speak different languages (English, Indonesian, French, Italian), so you can communicate with them easily to order your foods and nor more lost in translation!



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Tokyo Branch

Address Ebisuminami, 1 Chome−23−1,
 Shibuya-ku, Tōkyō-to
Phone 03-6661-7724
Halal tips* Halal certificate is visible,
owner/staff is Muslim,
all meats used are Halal.
Reservation Here!
More info Ramen Honolu Ebisu


Osaka Branch

Address Motomachi, 2-5-27, 1F,
Osaka-shi, Naniwa-ku, Osaka
Phone 06-6710-9604
Halal tips* Halal certificate is visible,
all meats used are Halal,
uses separate utensils for
Halal dishes, alcohols are served.
Reservation Here!
More info Ramen Honolu Osaka

2. Shinjuku Gyouen Ramen Ouka (Tokyo)

This is among the very famous Halal ramen restaurant in Tokyo. Ask anyone who’ve been to Tokyo and we almost sure they will know Shinjuku Gyoen Ramen Ouka. Since it is quite famous, it is best for you to make reservation by calling them before coming to avoid waiting. The manager and staffs are Muslim and they are very friendly, They speak English too! Located just walking distance from Shinjuku Gyoen Park makes it the best lunch destination after exploring the park in the morning :).

Address1-11-7 , Shinjuku, Tokyo, 160-0022 Japan
Halal tips*Halal certified, owner/staffs are
Muslim, all meats used are halal,
 uses separate utensils for Halal
More infoShinjuku Gyouen Ramen Ouka

3. Naritaya (Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto)

Naritaya which has three branches all over Japan is a restaurant under a noodle producer company. They produce and supply the noodle for the ramen to their own restaurant. Naritaya is very popular among tourist and foreigner. The restaurant earned Halal certification on its three branches so you may slurp your noodle without a need to worry.


Tokyo Branch

Address 2-7-13, Taito, Tokyo, 111-0032 Japan
Phone 03-4285-9806
Halal tips*Halal certified,
owner/staffs are Muslim,
all meats used are halal, 
uses separate utensils for Halal
dishes, prayer space available,
alcohols are served.
More info Naritaya Asakusa



Kyoto Branch

Address1F Ability Gion 424 Rinka-cho, Kyōto
Phone+81 (0)75-531-8200
Halal tips*Halal certified, owner/staffs are
Muslim, all meats used are
 halal, menu labelled halal,

More info Naritaya Gion


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 4. Torisoba Ayam Ya (Kyoto & Tokyo)

The Kyoto branch of this restaurant is only 10 minutes walk from Kyoto station. It’s definitely a perfect place for having dinner after a long and tiring day exploring Kyoto. This restaurant has a ticketing machine to order the foods and fortunately, it has an English translation. Most reviewers in Halal Navi mentioned that the size is rather small so you might consider ordering two portions or at least a side dish to fuel up your tummy.


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5. Shin-Yokohama Rāmen Museum (Yokohama)

Located inside a ramen museum (Shin-Yokohama Rāmen Museum) at Yokohama, the restaurants here are just perfect for you who are die-hard fans of Ramen.  The admission fee to enter the museum is 300 yen and it showcases many different ramen shops. There is even a booth called My Ramen that enables you to make your own customised ramen. There are four restaurants which serve vegetarian and non-pork ramen menu that you can try; Ryu Shanghai Honten, Muku Zweite, Komurasaki, Shina Soba-ya, and Nidai-me Genkotsu-ya.

Address 2-14-21 Shinyokohama, Kohoku Ward, Yokohama, Kanagawa
Phone 04-5471-0503
Halal tips* Vegetarian menu is available
More info Shin-Yokohama Rāmen Museum Restaurants

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