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If you’re a first-timer to Japan, then it’s important to know that a trip to the Land of the Rising Sun wouldn’t be complete without having its iconic dish - sushi. And if you’re wondering: Where can I find halal sushi in Tokyo? Well, we’ve got the answer for you right here!
Credit: GIPHYNestled in the neighborhood of Asakusa, make your way to Asakusa Sushi Ken, the country’s first halal-certified sushi restaurant! Situated within an eight-minute walk from Asakusa station, you’ll be able to savour on authentic sushi to your heart's content 😄Creating every dish using only the finest ingredients and the freshest seafood, every die-hard sushi lover will fall head over heels at what Asakusa Sushi Ken has to offer. Whether you’re in the mood for some sushi or tempura, you can expect to have a flavourful dining experience here.Not only will you be able to enjoy the refreshing taste of sushi, you’ll also get to watch it being prepared right before your very eyes 😃
Credit: Faizzuddeen Anu on Facebook If you’re looking to have a variety of flavours served all at once, then the Nigiri Sushi set that comes with an assortment offresh sushi on one plate is the perfect choice for you. Alternatively, you can opt for their Japanese set which comes with more traditional dishes like wagyu, sashimi, yakitori, tempura and deep fried shrimp. Are we the only ones drooling over here? 🤤Similar to many eateries in Japan, it is much cheaper to dine during lunch at Asakusa Sushi Ken as their lunch sets range from JPY1,300 to JPY1,800. This would be a good time for anyone who’s on a tight budget to dine on a delicious meal without missing out on amazing quality and taste. The Unagi bowl comes highly recommended as you can indulge in the eel’s soft texture complemented by a natural sweetness flavour.
Credit: Food DiversityAs if there aren’t enough reasons to love this restaurant already, it also has a prayer room available! Equipped with a prayer mat and an ablution area, you’ll be able to conveniently perform your prayers whenever. Do note that you have to bring your own praying garments. So, if you’re planning a visit to Tokyo soon, carve out a time in your itinerary for a visit to Asakusa Sushi Ken and experience a classic taste of Japan's culinary world.Halal status: Halal-certified
Opening hours: Thu-Tue; Lunch: 11.30am-2.30pm, Dinner: 5pm-9pm (closed on Wednesdays)
Address: 2 Chome-11-4, Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0032, Japan
Contact: +81 03-5246 6547Website