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Yes, there is halal-friendly sushi in Tokyo.
Sushi Ken is a halal-friendly sushi shop in Asakusa Tokyo. In fact, it was the first to offer a fully halal-friendly sushi menu in Japan.
If you’re religion requires a very specific diet, such as Halal, you already know it can be a pain finding restaurants to enjoy.
Luckily there are places that are paying attention to your needs. Places like Sushi Ken in Asakusa, where they even certify themselves as Halal-friendly. Offering a menu pre-selected to make sure you don’t accidentally consume something against your religious requirements.
If you decided to eat here you’re in Asakusa — lots to see and do in this area of Tokyo, notably the Senso-Ji Temple and the plethora of shops lining the walkways around the temple.
How much does Sushi Ken cost? Does it accept credit cards? Parking Available?
You should expect to spend about ¥4,000 per person for dinner, or ¥1,500 per person for lunch. They do accept credit cards.
Being in downtown Tokyo, Sushi Ken does not have it’s own parking lot. Take the train or park in a nearby paid parking lot.
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