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12 Hotels in Tokyo, Japan Near Halal Food For Your Next Vacation (From RM142)

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Shasha Dania •  Sep 23, 2022

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Tokyo is an amazing destination to visit, but which neighbourhood is the best place to stay in? 🧐 Convenience, cheap halal food in Tokyo, major attractions, proximity to transportation, and of course being around halal food are all huge factors before we decide where to stay to make the most of our Tokyo vacation. It helps if these are affordable and cheap hotels in Tokyo.

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Which is why we've gathered a list of 12 Tokyo hotels across four of the most popular neighbourhoods to get you started with planning your trip! As a bonus point, each hotel is close to at least one halal eatery, and we've even tried to find rooms are spacious enough for you to be able to complete your prayers 😊 Happy hotel hunting, and we hope this article helps you out!

#HHWT Tip: As of 23 Sep 2022, the approximate currency exchange rate is JPY10,000 = SGD99.89/ RM321.69/ IDR1.057m. Do check with your local money changer for the latest rates closer to your date of stay.

Disclaimer: All hotel nightly rates are based on a search done on 23 Sep 2022 for a 1-night stay in November 2022 for 2 adults/1 room. Do note that prices may change during peak travel periods, and we recommend that you check with the hotel accordingly before booking (some hotels or booking sites may also offer cheaper prices for solo travellers or families).

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Asakusa

Asakusa is one of the best neighbourhoods to stay in if you're planning a trip to Tokyo. Not only are famous locations such as Senso-ji Temple and Tokyo Skytree located here, but there are so many halal food options to choose from too, and of course the amazing Nakamise Shopping Street where you can get all the cool souvenirs you want! Check out our guide to all that Asakusa has to offer here!

1. Richmond Hotel Premier Asakusa International

Credit: Richmond Hotel Premier Asakusa Richmond Hotel Premier Asakusa International is definitely one of the best choices within this popular neighbourhood - not only are their rooms spacious enough so that you can pray comfortably (pictured: the Good View Twin Room), but they even offer halal breakfasts for guests (with prior reservation of breakfast tickets)! The hotel is located beside Asakusa Sushi Kenthat sells authentic Japanese sushi sets! Rates: Starts from JPY5406/RM174/SGD54/Rp. 571380.87 on AgodaAddress: 2-6-7 Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo Contact: +81-3-5806-3155 WebsiteNearby halal food:1) Asakusa Sushi KenCuisine: Japanese (Sushi)Halal status: Halal-certifiedAverage price of main dishes: JPY2000Opening hours: Mon-Tues, Thurs-Sat (12pm-3pm, 5-10.30pm); Sun (12pm-3pm, 5pm-10pm); closed on Wednesdays Address: 2 Chome-11-4, Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0032, JapanContact: +81 3-5246-6547Website | Instagram

2. Hotel Keihan Asakusa

Credit: Hotel Keihan Asakusa in Tokyo - official website If you're the type of traveller who prizes convenience above everything else, then this hotel might be a great fit for you - it's only a 2-minute walk from Asakusa Station! Its double and twin rooms are perfect whether you're travelling for business or leisure, and if you get hungry you can always walk down the road to Asakusa Sushi Ken for some Japanese-style dishes to fill your stomach. Each room comes with free hotel wifi, free high-speed internet access (business travellers only), and even a humidifying air cleaner. Parents might also be glad to hear that you can request an additional bed for your kids, and up to 2 kids under the age of 6 years old are able to stay for free! Rates: Starts from JPY6507/RM209/SGD65/Rp. 687812 on Booking.comAddress:2-12-4 Asakusa,Taito-ku,111-0032TokyoContact:+81-3-5830-0321 or email WebsiteNearby halal food:Asakusa Sushi Ken

3. Asakusa Central Hotel

If you're willing to walk just a little further from the subway station, we think it's definitely worth it if it means staying in a hotel like this one! Besides single and twin rooms, Asakusa Central Hotel also has a family room which includes plenty of space for the kids to explore and enjoy! Their wide range of rooms also come with a wide range of prices, making them perfect for anyone from a solo traveller to those travelling in a larger group. Rates: Starts from JPY5506/RM177/SGD55/Rp. 581995 on AgodaAddress: 1-5-3, Asakusa, Taito-ku, 111-0032 Tokyo Contact: Via contact form on websiteWebsiteNearby halal food:Asakusa Sushi Ken Kebab Faktory

4. Agora Place Asakusa

Located in the Taito district, Agora Place Asakusa is the perfect accommodation for travellers looking to soak in a little culture and tradition! Plus the rooms are designed with your needs of a modern Muslim traveller in mind -  ample space of praying (you can ask for a prayer mat too!), great toilet amenities plus comfy beds! Plus there's even a Muslim-friendly menu for Muslim travellers! It is located within a two-minute walking distance from Tawaramachi Station. You can reach the Senjo-Ji Temple after a 10-minute walk. Moreover, a 10-minute train ride leads you to the Akihabara district, which is famous for its large selection of electronics. The rooms are pretty small, so it's perfect for couples! Rates: Starts from JPY4404/RM142/SGD44/Rp. 465.6k on AgodaAddress: 2 Chome-2-9 Kotobuki, Taito City, Tokyo 111-0042, Japan Contact:+81 3-3842-8421WebsiteNearby halal food:1) Asakusa Sushi Ken 2) Ayam-YA OkachimachiHalal Status: Halal-Certified (by Japan Halal Foundation) The average price of main dishes: JPY1000 Opening Hours: Open daily; 11:30AM–2:30PM, 5PM–9PM Address: 4 Chome-10-1 Taito, Tokyo 110-0016, Japan Contact:+81 3-4360-3672Facebook

Shinjuku

If you're thinking about heading out of Tokyo for a day tripthen Shinjuku might be the perfect place to stay in. Shinjuku Station is one of the major transport hubs within Tokyo, housing not only several of the train lines that run throughout the city but also a bus interchange where many board buses bound for day trips to Kawaguchiko, Mount Fuji, and so many more places. Shinjuku is also a lively and energetic location that's great for shopping and is chock-full of many other attractions that make it perfect for every type of traveller! Check out our list of halal Japanese eateries in Tokyo to see what else Shinjuku has in store!

5. Super Hotel Shinjuku Kabukicho

Credit: Amenities Photo - Super Hotel This hotel is located right next to Shinjuku Station and is even next to the small Okubo Park to give you a little nature escape in the middle of the city! Families will definitely love their connecting room option which instantly doubles the space you get while making it easier to tend to the kids at any hour of the day. Just a short walk away from the hotel is the Samurai Museum and the famous Robot Restaurant - and not to forget, one of the halal CoCo Ichibanya Curry outlets is two blocks away from the hotel, giving you the chance to finally try some authentic Japanese curry! Rates: Starts from JPY8309/RM267/SGD83/Rp. 878.2k on AgodaAddress: 2-39-9 Kabukicho, Shinjuku, 160-0021 Tokyo Contact: (+081)3-6855-9000 WebsiteNearby halal food:1) CoCo Ichibanya ShinjukuCuisine: Japanese (Japanese curry) Halal Status: Halal-Certified Average price of main dishes: JPY710-1170 Address: Kabukicho Shotengai Shinkou Kumiai Building B1, 1 Chome-19-3 Kabukicho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 160-0021 Opening hours: Open daily; 11AM-10.30PM Contact: +81 3-6457-3782

6. Hotel Sunlite Shinjuku

The rooms at Hotel Sunlite Shinjuku are definitely worth the money for their simply-furnished design, as well as their space (which can be hard to find in a busy city like Tokyo)! Located right next to an exit of Shinjuku Station, you practically have access to anywhere else in the city at your doorstep thanks to the subway system, including CoCo Ichibanya Curry Shinjuku's outlet! Plus if you take a shortcut by walking through Shinjuku Station itself, you'll quickly find yourself at the Muslim-friendly Menya Kaijin which sells ramen in a seafood broth! Rates: Starts from JPY8609/RM277/SGD86/Rp. 910k on AgodaAddress: 5-15-8 Shinjuku, Tokyo Contact: +81 03-3356-0391 WebsiteNearby halal food:1) CoCo Ichibanya ShinjukuCuisine: Japanese (Japanese curry) Halal Status: Halal-Certified Average price of main dishes: JPY710-1170 Address: Kabukicho Shotengai Shinkou Kumiai Building B1, 1 Chome-19-3 Kabukicho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 160-0021 Opening hours: Open daily; 11AM-10.30PM Contact: +81 3-6457-3782 2) Menya KaijinCuisine: Japanese (Ramen) Halal Status: Seafood options available, broth is purely fish-based. Do note that the chicken is not halal but pork or alcohol is not used in the preparation of food. Do let the staff know that you don't want the chicken to be added, they can replace it with shrimp. Utensils are also not separated. Alcohol is served in establishment. Since this is not a halal-certified restaurant, we advise you to dine at your own discretion. Average price of main dishes: JPY1000 Opening hours: Mon-Fri; 11AM-3.30PM, 4.30PM-11PM, Sat-Sun; 11AM-3PM, 5PM-11PM Address: 2F, 3-35-7, Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo (Shinjuku outlet), Contact: +81 03-3356-5658 Website | Instagram

7. Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo

Just a 5-minute walk away from Shinjuku Station, Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo is the perfect place to stay whether you're travelling with your family or your other half! The rooms are spacious, clean and best of all, you can enjoy a complimentary shuttle bus to Tokyo Disney parks as Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo is a Tokyo Disney Resort Good Neighbor Hotel. From the newly renovated Twin Rooms to the luxurious Premier Grand rooms (as shown in photo) to the adorable Hello Kitty Rooms, there's something for every traveller! Rate: Starts from JPY20,623/RM663/SGD206/Rp. 2.18m on AgodaAddress: 2-2-1 Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-Ku, Tokyo, 160-8330 Japan Contact: +81 3 3344 0111 Website | Facebook | InstagramNearby halal food:1) CoCo Ichibanya ShinjukuCuisine: Japanese (Japanese curry) Halal Status: Halal-Certified Average price of main dishes: JPY710-1170 Address: Kabukicho Shotengai Shinkou Kumiai Building B1, 1 Chome-19-3 Kabukicho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 160-0021 Opening hours: Open daily; 11AM-10.30PM Contact: +81 3-6457-3782

8. Tokyu Stay Shinjuku

Credit: Tokyu Stay Hotel/Tokyu Stay on Facebook Tokyu Stay has a reputation of being in a great location as it's located near the shopping spots in Shinjuku like Isetan, H&M, BICQLO and Takashimaya. Not to mention that the Shinjuku-sanchome subway station is located right beside the hotel and you can also walk to Shinjuku station. If you need a breather, the Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden is also within reach! But many travellers also have high praises for the hotel's rooms as they are on the more affordable side but the rooms are typically larger in size than many hotels in Tokyo. So, you won't have to worry about having a place to pray in your room 😊 Rates: Starts from JPY10,011/RM322/SGD100/Rp. 1.06m on AgodaAddress: 3 Chome-7-1 Shinjuku, Shinjuku City, Tokyo 160-0022, Japan Contact: +81 3-3353-0109 Website | Facebook | InstagramNearby halal food:1) CoCo Ichibanya ShinjukuCuisine: Japanese (Japanese curry) Halal Status: Halal-Certified Average price of main dishes: JPY710-1170 Address: Kabukicho Shotengai Shinkou Kumiai Building B1, 1 Chome-19-3 Kabukicho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 160-0021 Opening hours: Open daily; 11AM-10.30PM Contact: +81 3-6457-3782

Shibuya

Shibuya is another popular neighbourhood in Tokyo, and is known for being a shopping paradise! The world-famous Shibuya Crossing can be found in this busy area, and you can find a countless number of shops here ranging from high-end branded boutiques, to vintage shops that stock decades-old trends, to small niche independent businesses. For shopaholics who want to make the best out of their Shibuya stay without doing too much damage to their wallet, check out some of our Japan budget shopping tips here!

9. Sakura Hotel Hatagaya

Credit: Sakura Hotel Hatagaya website We can't talk about Muslim-friendly hotels in Tokyo without mentioning the Sakura Hotel Hatagaya. The hotel has a prayer room on the premises, and even provides a Muslim-friendly menu at its cafe upon request! 😍 The Tokyo Camii Mosque & Turkish Cultural Centre is also about 900 metres away, as well as the large Yoyogi Park. The hotel offers guided day tour packages that cover everything from the Meiji Shrine to Sumo Wrestling Matches so remember to check the hotel's schedule to see what you can sign up for! Travellers flying in Haneda Airport might find this a better option to stay in, as it's just a 30 minutes' drive from the airport. Halal Status: The Sakura Cafe provides dishes made using halal ingredients for Muslim guests. As the Cafe serves alcohol separately, we advise that you dine at your own discretion. Prayer Room FacilitiesQiblat, prayer mats, and Quran provided. We advise that you bring your own prayer garments. Wudhu can be taken in your own room's washroom. Rates: Starts from JPY9711/RM312/SGD97/Rp. 1.02m on AgodaAddress: 1-32-3 Hatagaya Shibuya-ku, Shibuya, Tokyo Contact: +81-3-3469-5211 or email [email protected]Website

10. Shibuya Granbell Hotel

The great thing about Shibuya Granbell Hotel is that while it's a 3 minutes' walk away from the Shibuya subway station, it's not too close to the busy areas like the Shibuya Crossing or the newly opened Shibuya Scramble Square! So, rest assured you won't have to worry about much noise during your stay. While rooms can be a little small, they are stylishly decorated 😌 If you have more budget to spare, you should definitely opt for their superior king or premier double rooms. Rates: Starts from JPY7508/RM241/SGD75/Rp. 793.6k on AgodaAddress: 15-17 Sakuragaokacho, Shibuya City, Tokyo 150-0031, Japan Website | Facebook | InstagramNearby halal food:1) GyumonCuisine: Japanese (Yakiniku) Halal Status: Food is halal-certified but do note that alcohol is served in the establishment. We advise you to dine at your own discretion. Average price of main dishes: JPY3000-4000 Opening Hours: Open daily; 5PM-12AM Address: 3 Chome-14-5 Shibuya, Tokyo 150-0002, Japan Contact: +81 03-5469-2911 Website | Facebook | Instagram

Akasaka

The neighbourhood of Akasaka is not as well-known as some of the others on this list, but we recommend staying here if you like being near the heart of the city without being too close to the hustle and bustle. Located somewhere in-between Shibuya and Tsukiji (yes, the home of the former famous fish market) this neighbourhood is located near several major subway lines and is even home to the Roppongi district that houses various art museums and galleries!

11. the b tokyo akasaka

Credit: the b akasaka the b akasaka is a chic and modern hotel that's particularly suitable for business travellers or young couples. The hotel is a short walk from Akasaka Station, the National Art Center, Tokyo and the Suntory Museum of Art. It's even near a bike rental store for travellers who want to see the city from a new perspective! On the other side of Akasaka Station is the mouth-watering Gyukaku Akasaka - a halal Japanese BBQ restaurant that even has special Muslim-friendly courses available! Rates: Starts from JPY6407/RM206/SGD64/Rp. 677k on AgodaAddress: 7-6-13 Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-0052 Contact: +81-3-3586-0811 or via contact form on websiteWebsiteNearby halal food:1) Gyu-Kaku AkasakaCuisine: Japanese (Yakiniku) Halal Status: Halal meat and seafood options available but non-halal meals are served in the restaurant. Do note that utensils and kitchenware are separated for halal meals. Alcohol is served in the establishment. Since this is not a halal-certified restaurant, we advise our readers to dine at your own discretion. Average price of main dishes: JPY4000-6000 Opening hours: Mon-Fri (4pm-11pm); Sat-Sun (3pm-11pm) Address: Akasaka 3 Chome-12-11, Central Akasaka Building 2nd floor, Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-0052, Japan Contact No: +81 03-5545-5029

12. Centurion Hotel Grand Akasaka Mitsuke Station

Credit: Centurion Hotel Grand Akasaka website The Centurion Hotel is the perfect choice if you're looking for some affordable luxury during your stay in Akasaka! Male guests are even allowed to enter their public bathhouse and sauna rooms to relax even more during their stay. The hotel is just a few minutes from Akasaka-Mitsuke Station, which links out to some of the most well-connected lines on the subway including the Marunouchi Line and Ginza Line - meaning you're just a few stops away from almost all of the major attractions in Tokyo! Rates: Starts from JPY12,014/RM387/SGD120/Rp. 1.27m on AgodaAddress: 3-19-3, Minato-ku, Akasaka, 107-0052 Tokyo Contact: +81 3-6435-5226 or via contact form on websiteWebsiteNearby halal food:1) Gyu-Kaku AkasakaCuisine: Japanese (Yakiniku) Halal Status: Halal meat and seafood options available but non-halal meals are served in the restaurant. Do note that utensils and kitchenware are separated for halal meals. Alcohol is served in the establishment. Since this is not a halal-certified restaurant, we advise our readers to dine at your own discretion. Average price of main dishes: JPY4000-6000 Opening hours:Mon-Fri (4pm-11pm); Sat-Sun (3pm-11pm) Address: Akasaka 3 Chome-12-11, Central Akasaka Building 2nd floor, Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-0052, Japan Contact No: +81 03-5545-5029 There's definitely no shortage of hotels in Tokyo to choose from, and we're sure that no matter where you stay you'll have an amazing time in a city full of traditional history, cutting-edge culture, and of course family-friendly fun around every corner. Remember to read through our Tokyo travel guides for even more ideas on what to do while you're there!