Ever dreamt of becoming a Japanese martial arts master? Then you wouldn’t be a stranger to the iconic yellow jumpsuit first worn by Bruce Lee (and then Uma Thurman) in “Kill Bill”!

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But even if yellow jumpsuits don’t suit you (pun intended 😛), you can still channel your inner Japanese martial artist when you dine at Gonpachi in Tokyo’s Nishiazabu district–the restaurant which inspired the memorable set in the “crazy 88” fight scene in Quentin Tarantino’s Kill Bill!

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Best of all, they’ve just recently launched a Muslim-friendly menu which is sure to be a “killer” hit among Muslim travellers everywhere 😊

So not only do you get to dine in an authentic Edo-style interior at Gonpachi, you can also treat yourself to some authentic halal Japanese food here too!

Enjoy sumptuous classic Japanese favourites like ebi shinjyo (fried shrimp), sumiyaki (charcoal-grilled beef and chicken), and tempura in Gonpachi’s rustic environment for just ¥6,500.


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From fried shrimp dumpling with yuzu chili sauce to kuroge beef sirloin skewers to spicy snow crab, squid and vegetable tempura, who could say no to all that mouthwatering, lip-smacking goodness? 😍  *

As if that isn’t enough, help yourself to Gonpachi’s kuzumochi and vanilla ice cream with kinako and black sugar syrup–because there’s always room for dessert (of course!)

*see Gonpachi’s full Muslim-friendly menu at the end of this article. 


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Trust us, it’s so irresistible, you’ll be wiping those plates clean and asking for second servings before you even know what hit you.

Disclaimer: Although the meat and seasonings used for the Muslim-friendly menu at Gonpachi is halal, alcohol is served in the restaurant, so do dine at your own discretion 😌

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Good things come to those wait: remember to place your orders for the Muslim-friendly menu 3 days in advance. Gonpachi also employs Muslim staff with whom they cooperate to prepare Muslim-friendly menus.

They’ll even take pains to prepare disposable cutlery and wooden chopsticks just for you and your dining party. Top marks for such thoughtfulness 😊


Credit: Gonpachi Nishi-Azabu on Facebook

So the next time you’re in Tokyo, why not drop by Gonpachi Nishiazabu to try to their Muslim-friendly offerings? You’ll definitely want to come back for more after your first visit!

Want To Try Halal Japanese Food In Tokyo?

With over 120 halal eateries, must-see attractions and prayer spaces in Tokyo on the HHWT website, you're all ready to conquer the city. Don't forget to try halal ramen and sushi!

Let's Go!

Gonpachi Nishiazabu
Price: 
¥6,500- (8% consumption will be added.)
Address: 西麻布1-13-11, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan, Tokyo 106-0031
Opening hours: 11:30 AM – 3:30 AM

Full Muslim-friendly Menu:
Assorted Appetizer (3 kinds: green Soybeans,Namul,Soy Sheet)
Salmon Crapaccio
Fried Shrimp Dumpling with Yuzu Chili Sauce
Assorted Tempura (3 kinds)
(Snow Crab,Squid,Vegetable)
Spicy Grilled Mackerel
Skewer of Chicken Thigh
Skewer of Kuroge Beef Sirloin
Skewer of Seasonal Vegetable
Japanese Vegetable Curry
Kuzumochi and Vanilla Ice Cream with Kinako and Black Sugar Syrup

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    I'm the photographer for one of these photos, Johnny Armaos, and you didn't seek permission from me to post it on your blog. Crediting me isn't sufficient, you should've asked me first. Please remove my photo from your blog immediately. You are selling ads on this website and giving me no income from it.
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      Hi Johnny! We sincerely apologise for the oversight😥 As we found this photo on Facebook, we thought that the picture would be available for use with credit. However, we should have checked with you first before using it. We are a start-up and our website mainly exists to make it easier for Muslims to travel the world, hence the ads run on our website is minimal and this article was not paid. We’ve removed your photo from this article, we’re really sorry once again!
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