Are you travelling to Nagoya? As a tourist destination, there isn't a lot to do in the city. However, it is definitely worth visiting for the rich, tasty, calorie-loaded food specialties. Here is a brief list of dishes that you should try if you are in town.
Mountain, a small, quirky cafe hidden away in a quiet neighborhood offers it's own unique experience. Whether you're looking to post an outrageous food picture on your instagram or trying to fill your stomach for a bargain, Mountain is definitely worth a visit. Or two.
To experience Japan's legendary Kobe Beef, Kobe Plaisir Ginza in Tokyo is a first-rate choice. They specialize precisely in Kobe Beef prepared teppanyaki style.
Sushi Kanesaka is a Michelin starred sushi restaurant with 2 locations in Ginza, and Ootemachi, Tokyo. For a reliably outstanding and delicious sushi experience, this restaurant is a must.
Arguably one of the best sushi bars in Tokyo is Sushi Isshin in Asakusa. It boasts a Michelin star! The sushi chef has a special way of making his rice and the toppings are always incredibly fresh.
If you are looking for a sushi bar that will surprise you, Kuriyagawa is a good choice. The chef is from the Edomae tradition but incorporates some modern elements to his cuisine.
There are plenty of great restaurants in Ikebukuro where you can enjoy halal food. These are 6 of the best. Happy eating!
You might think that a simple coffee from a vending machine would be halal. It's just coffee after all, right? Unfortunately, this is not always the case.
Looking for some halal food in Otaru? Then you should definitely try Donburi Chaya. They specialize in seafood bowls, a regional specialty of Hokkaido.
You've got questions: What is inari sushi made from? Is inari sushi vegan? Is there gluten in inari sushi? Is inari sushi related to that shrine in Kyoto with all those orange gates? Is inari sushi healthy? We've got answers!
The magnificent construction dates back to 1606 and is recognized by the Japanese government as a historic and cultural gem.
Kobe beef is famous throughout the world for its legendary, juicy tenderness and flavor. However, Kobe beef that is halal is extremely rare, and only a handful of restaurants in the world offer this delicacy. If you're looking for halal Kobe beef, look no further than Nagomi!
The coffee giant has released two Strawberry Frappuccinos, RED and WHITE, along with a new pop-up shop at Tokyo Midtown, in Akasaka.
Japan has quite a few popular chocolate brands that are very tasty. Luckily, many are also halal! Here is a brief list of some of the most popular products that are okay for Muslims to eat!
Located near Shimbashi Station in central Tokyo, the Hamarikyu Gardens offer a chance to take a stroll through old trees and beautiful seasonal flowers. Don't leave the gardens without stopping in for some matcha and seasonal wagashi at the island tea house!
listed here are 10 popular Japanese snacks that you may be thinking about purchasing while you are in Japan. Disclaimer: I myself am not a Muslim, nor am I an expert on halal food. I wrote this article in an attempt to provide some useful information about some of the most popular Japanese snacks.
Having trouble finding Muslim-friendly restaurants in the Harajuku area? Refer to this guide for some very tasty options!
What is dango, anyway? How is it different than mochi? Do you eat it hot, or cold? What does it taste like? What kinds are there? Where can I get some? How do I make dango? All of these questions will be answered!
If you're looking for a great sukiyaki place that won't break the bank, Ibuki is a great option. Not only is it affordable, but it's also a Shinjuku institution with a long history of serving outstanding sukiyaki.
Inside an old, remodeled sake brewery from the Taisho era, Torisei is a must-visit chicken restaurant in Kyoto. If you love high-quality chicken or high-quality sake, you can't leave Kyoto without stopping here.