7D6N Muslim-friendly Tokyo Itinerary For Solo Travellers


Noor Aishah Karim •  Jun 19, 2023

If you're a solo traveller searching for your next adventure, why not consider a journey to a country brimming with awe-inspiring natural wonders, profound cultural heritage, and a tantalizing array of authentic halal Japanese cuisine? Japan, an enchanting destination, offers an immersive experience that caters to the needs of Muslim traveller. Shared by our HHWT community member, Firdaus Bhai (@firdausbunny on Tiktok), here’s what he did on his solo trip to Tokyo!

Day 1: Arrival and Unforgettable Delights

Photo credit: Firdaus Bhai

  • Upon arrival at Narita Airport, hop on the Keisei train to Tokyo, with tickets available at the airport (around 2470 yen).
  • The Keisei Skyliner, the second fastest train in Japan, will swiftly take you to Ueno Station, a 40-minute journey.
  • Check-in at your hotel and embark on an exciting day of exploration!
  • Visit the world's biggest Starbucks, a must-see attraction for coffee lovers.
  • Treat yourself to a delicious meal at La Kebab Tokyo, offering delectable kebabs and Middle Eastern flavours.
    • Halal Status: Halal-certified

P.S. Looking at how to navigate around the Narita airport? Check these out!

Day 2: Magical Moments at Tokyo Disneyland

Photo credit: Firdaus Bhai

  • Immerse yourself in the enchanting world of Tokyo Disneyland, where dreams come to life.
  • Enjoy exciting attractions and shows, including the Disney parade, Splash Mountain (a wet and wild rollercoaster), and the captivating Pirates of the Caribbean dark boat ride. Be prepared for a wait time of approximately 30 minutes for most rides.
  • After your long day, Take advantage of the opportunity to savour Tori Bushi Halal Ramen for a delightful lunch.
    • Halal Status: Halal- certified

P.S. Looking for some favourites to try at Tori Bushi? Check this out!

Day 3: Vibrant Streets and Cultural Experiences

Photo credit: Firdaus Bhai

  • Discover the bustling Ameyoko Shopping Street, known for its vibrant atmosphere and many shops.
  • Indulge in the succulent strawberries that are highly recommended.
  • Later, join the Friday prayers at Tokyo Camii, followed by a visit to the Halal Market within the mosque premises, offering a range of halal meat, pastries, ingredients, and Turkish tea.
  • Conclude the day with a flavoursome dinner at Japan First Nasi Kandar Restaurant.
    • Halal Status: Muslim-owned

Wanna know more about the Tokyo Camii? Check this out!

Day 4: Majestic Mt. Fuji and Authentic Ramen

Photo credit: Firdaus Bhai

  • Embark on a captivating day trip to Mt. Fuji, an experience that will leave you in awe, despite the possibility of cloudy weather obscuring the view.
  • Explore Mt. Fuji 5th Station, capture breathtaking moments at Lake Kawaguchi, visit the picturesque Oshino Hakkai, and indulge in retail therapy at the Gotemba Premium Outlet.
  • Make sure to satisfy your taste buds with a visit to Halal Ramen Honolu, where the light yet flavorful broth and mouthwatering ramen will tantalise your senses.
    • Halal Status: Halal-certified

Looking for reasons to go to Mt Fuji? We got you covered!

Day 5: Rich Cultural Heritage and Vibrant City Life

Photo credit: Firdaus Bhai

Immerse yourself in the cultural wonders of Tokyo:

  • Visit the iconic Asakusa Temple and witness the Sanja Festival, the biggest festival in Japan (it happens only once a year). Marvel at people dressed in traditional attire during this annual event.
  • Explore Harajuku Street, known for its vintage clothing stores, and remember to try their famous crepes.
  • Discover the vibrant atmosphere of Shibuya, experience the bustling Shibuya Crossing, and enjoy panoramic views from the Shibuya Sky Observatory. Indulge in a scrumptious dinner at Moses Kebab, renowned as the best kebab spot in Tokyo (remember to order from the vending machine!).
    • Halal Status: Halal-certified

Day 6: Culinary Delights and Lively Markets

Photo credit: Firdaus Bhai

  • Embark on a culinary journey and explore the vibrant Tsukiji Outer Market, offering various fresh seafood and local delicacies.
  • Don't miss the chance to visit Shinjuku, where you can capture memorable photos with the iconic Godzilla.
  • Conclude the day by savouring the flavorful Halal Ramen at Ayam-ya.
    • Halal Status: Halal-certified

P.S. Looking to head to convenience stores? Check these out!

Day 7: Farewell, Tokyo

Photo credit: Firdaus Bhai

  • Bid farewell to the captivating city of Tokyo and cherish the memories of an incredible week.
  • Return Home, carrying with you unforgettable experiences and a longing to return.

Note: The itinerary can be adjusted as per personal preferences and availability.