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Looking for something different in the dining arena? Try a doner kebab at one of several locations in Japan.
Turns out that tracking down halal foods in Tokyo is not that difficult. You can come to this Kebab Cafe in Shibuya. I also recommend you to come in lunch time to have the cheaper set menu where you can get a bowl of soup and the typical Turkish chay tea. More menus are available during dinner time.
Manhattan Fish Market, Ikebukuro: A newly opened US style seafood restaurant with a twist.
Mabruk offers halal lunch boxes, luggage storage, short bicycle tours, and a selection of local souvenirs at Rinku Town Station, one stop from Kansai International Airport. Muslim visitors to Japan can now enjoy an authentic bento box. Why not store your luggage and enjoy a short cycling tour around the Izumisano area to enjoy your lunch open-air.
This restaurant offers, authentically, delicious and halal Japanese food in a cozy place.
If you are walking around in Chiba area, don't forget to stop by the Halal Canteen at Kanda University. In addition to great food, there is a Musholla (praying room).
A new chain restaurant has opened in Ikebukuro recently, the Manhattan Fish Market, which features American-style seafood in a fun and casual dining experience.