Halal restaurants in Tokyo are gaining in popularity thanks to a growing number of Muslim residents and travelers. Although kebab restaurants and food trucks are now quite common, it's a lot harder to find Yakiniku restaurants that use halal meat. This article gives you the lowdown on the best halal yakiniku in Tokyo.
If you are visiting the Chiba Prefecture, this is a place you might want to check out. ＆TREE opened on October 20th, 2017, and it is already creating a buzz for offering lunch sets made from locally grown vegetables and desserts made from a popular patisserie.
For people with halal dietary restrictions or for people who just want to eat great and affordable Japanese yakiniku BBQ, Yakiniku Panga is the place to go! What's more, what you are served here is authentic, beautifully marbled wagyu (Japanese beef)!
Japanese curry is one of the best comfort dishes you can possibly imagine. Unfortunately, the powder mix to make it is not always available if you live outside of Japan. So here is a recipe for it that uses spices you are probably familiar with! I've also included a basic recipe for you to make the curry. Japanese curry made from scratch with no additives and MSGs.
The Hotel New Otani Makuhari's restaurant is offering, until November 5th, a Holloween-themed buffet! Enjoy sweets, sandwiches and many more dishes made from seasonal fall ingredients!
Shizuoka Prefecture is one of Japan's national treasures for its beautiful nature and traditions in tea-making. It's also the home of the country's most revered mountain: Fuji-san. Shizuoka is not too far from Tokyo, so if you're traveling in Japan, you should definitely consider making Shizuoka an area to explore! Here are some interesting things to do in Shizuoka.
Sushi-making takes many years to master. It comes from a long tradition and is widely known as the quintessence of Japanese cuisine for the refinement of the presentation of the pieces. Contemporary Japanese artist Takayo Kiyota is now pushing the boundaries of sushi-making as an art form to another level by creating intricate maki sushi rolls drawing here ideas from pop culture and classical paintings! Here is more on this maki sushi artist.
Okonomiyaki Sometaro is the place for you to go to have some of the best okonomiyaki (Japanese savory pancake) served in an authentic setting. This is not just about dining, it's a unique cultural experience!
Ueno is one of the most popular tourist areas in Tokyo, and for good reasons! It has a plethora of things to do and sightseeing spots. For one thing, it has one of the most beautiful and vast parks in Tokyo, the Ueno Park. On top of that, within a short walking distance of the Ueno Station, you have access to many museums, the famous Ueno market of Ameyoko, the Ueno zoo and many more attractions! Here are the top things to do near Ueno.
This is one of the really fun places in Shinjuku to go out in groups! Shinjuku Asia Yokocho houses many cheap eateries serving cuisine from many parts of Asia. It has the rowdy vibes of yokocho back alleys but it's located on the rooftop of a Kabukicho building in Shinjuku.