There are so many things we love about Tokyo – from its fascinating culture to exciting attractions and yummy halal food 🤤


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Now, there’s one more reason to love Tokyo! The Tokyo Camii (Mosque) has just opened a halal market on their premises 😱 For the uninitiated, the Tokyo Camii is located in the Yoyogi district and is Japan’s biggest mosque.


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One of the things that you can look forward to is a selection of fresh halal meat. If you’re the type of traveller who loves to cook while on vacation, then we suggest heading over here to get your meat supplies.

P.S. If you’re not planning on cooking, our ultimate Tokyo halal Japanese food guide will be just what you need!


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Besides halal meat, you can also find other halal ingredients and pre-packed, ready-to-eat meals plus instant noodles from Indonesia (Indomie) and Korea (Nongshim). There are also fresh fruits and vegetables, drinks and products from other countries like Turkish baklava (sweet dessert pastry).


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Whether you’re in Tokyo for just a short while or travelling for long, we’re pretty sure you’ll find the market convenient. We know how tough it is to step into a Japanese supermarket and not know which products are halal as everything is in Japanese. But at this market, all the products are halal, so you don’t have to worry 🤗

P.S. No need to rack your brains on where to stay when in Tokyo, we’ve got a list of accommodations near halal food below USD65!


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Even if you’re not looking for a supermarket, the Tokyo Camii is well worth a visit! Not only is it Japan’s biggest mosque, but it also has a gorgeous Turkish architecture, which resembles the mosques in Turkey. Although the mosque is home to the Turkish Culture Center, it’s welcoming of everyone and it’s a great place to meet Muslims from all over the world. During Ramadan, the mosque comes alive with iftar gatherings too 😊 So, if you’re heading to Tokyo anytime soon, time to add the Tokyo Camii (and market) to your list!

P.S. Looking for other prayer spots in Tokyo? We’ve rounded up 7 prayer spaces near popular attractions.

Address: 1-19 Oyamacho, Shibuya City, Tokyo 151-0065, Japan
Opening hours: 10am – 6pm
Directions: Take the Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line or Odakyu Line and alight at Yoyogi-Uehara station. From the station, walk about 5 minutes along Inokashira-dori to get to the mosque.
Contact No: +81 3-5790-0760
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