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Found on one of the less busy shopping arcades just west of Asakusa's Sensoji, this otherwise standard-looking ramen-ya stands out with its fully halal menu, approved by experts from the Masjid (mosque) in Otsuka. The shoyu-based soup is flavoured with sesame oil, while grilled chicken is used as a substitute for chashu pork. You can choose from three kinds of ramen mixtures: maze-soba (noodles without soup), zaru ramen (cold noodles) or the signature Asakusa Ramen. No alcohol is served, and the shop is completely smoke-free.


2-7-13 Asakusa, Taito-ku

Transport Asakusa Station (Ginza, Asakusa, Tobu Skytree, Tsukuba Express lines)

Telephone 0294 51 5257

Open Mon-Fri 10am-10pm; Sat, Sun & hols 8.30am-10pm


Please note: All information is correct at the time of writing but is subject to change without notice.

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