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Halal food in Japan


When you eat Japanese food, what do you base your choice of restaurant on?

Location, price, food...

There are many factors, but this time I would like to focus on Halal!🌍

In Singapore, there are quite a few restaurants that have been certified as halal.

I can often find halal Japanese one such as Yakiniku Shokudo (Japanese-style barbecue) and Monster Planet (curry rice) in shopping malls, and more recently, Sukiya (beef bowl).

But what about Japan? According to my research, there are about 800 shops across Japan.

In Japan, with a population of 120 million, the shops are not a lot, but I think the number has increased recently compared to the past.⏫🏬

Among them, I was interested in a shop that recently opened in Tokyo, so I would like to introduce it to you all!🤩

The shop is Diyafa, which just opened in Tokyo in January this year.

It is my favourite sukiyaki restaurant!As the name suggests (Diyafa means hospitality in Arabic🤝), the restaurant serves Halal Japanese beef raised in Japan, based on the concept that the restaurant wants customers to enjoy a course of Japanese cuisine with the spirit of Japanese hospitality.🇯🇵

Another restaurant, Halal Kobe Beef Nagomi, specialises in Halal Kobe beef. 🥩

Although Kobe beef is highly regarded around the world, Halal Kobe Beef has a limited distribution and is currently a rarity, with Muslim travellers from all over the world visiting Japan in search of Halal Kobe Beef!!The menu is multilingual, including English, Arabic and Malaysian, and the shop is equipped with a prayer space.🤲

Halal Japanese restaurants in Japan can be searched for on websites such as Halal Gourmet Japan, Halal media Japan! Please go and try there!

Halal Kobe Beef Nagomi



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