Hanasakaji-san

3-22 Sakura-bldg. B1, Sakuragaoka-cho, Shibuya, Tokyo, 150-0031, Japan

24 Reviews・29 Photos・10 Check-Ins・43 Halal Tips

Details
  • Genres
    Japanese, Shabu-shabu
  • Phone
    050-5869-5746
  • Address
    3-22 Sakura-bldg. B1, Sakuragaoka-cho, Shibuya, Tokyo, 150-0031, Japan
  • Business Hours
    Monday
    11:30 am - 03:00 pm 05:00 pm - 12:00 am
    Tuesday
    11:30 am - 03:00 pm 05:00 pm - 12:00 am
    Wednesday
    11:00 am - 03:00 pm 05:00 pm - 12:00 am
    Thursday
    11:00 am - 03:00 pm 05:00 pm - 12:00 am
    Friday
    11:00 am - 03:00 pm 05:00 pm - 12:00 am
    Saturday
    05:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Halal Tips (43)
  • 9 people say menu labelled Halal.
  • 9 people say Halal certificate is visible.
  • 6 people say Halal status verbally confirmed by staff.
  • 5 people say alcohols are served.
  • 5 people say all meats used are Halal.
  • 5 people say Halal dishes are available upon request.
  • 3 people say some non-Halal dishes are served.
  • 1 person says it uses separate utensils for Halal dishes.
Halal Info
  • Status
    Halal certified
  • Description
    Certified by Malaysia Halal Corporation
  • Serves Alcohol
    Yes
More Info
  • Budget
    ~JPY3000
  • Private Room
    Yes
  • English Menu
    Yes
  • Take Away
    Yes
  • Seats
    53
  • Credit card accepted
    Yes (VISA, Mastercard, JCB, Amex)
Photos (29)
Menus (15)
Reviews (24)
  • Aqalili Azizan1 month ago

    To get to this restaurant, take the south exit of Shibuya station for 1 minute walk to the place. This place get a tons of good review and I might say it's the only Halal Washoku in Tokyo. This hotpot dish comes with thin sliced meat and vegetables that waited to be boil into the broth. Basically shabu-shabu is like a steamboat but Japanese style. One more thing to know about this restaurant, you need to order one set per person, I'm not sure why but yea that's how it roll in Japan. I order the Halal Woshoku with Halal Shabu-shabu which cost 4,500 yen. The other set 'Halal Shabu-shabu' price for 4,000 yen. This two are the most affordable set you can find in the restaurant. There are other meal which called as Halal Woshoku Dinner (full 7 course dinner) which can take up to 18,500 yen (insane right?). The food taste okay and personally I like the Shabu-shabu more because of the broth. It's not salty and have a balance taste to it. While the Woshoku (4 dishes include rice) was kind of 50-50 for me. If you are muslim and want to eat shabu-shabu, Hanasakaji-san is one your choice. It's easy to find food in Japan but kind of hard to find a restaurant with Halal certificate. Honestly, I would like to repeat this again if I have big budget, but if not I would like to lookout and try more Halal Shabu-shabu in Japan.

  • gohomeflykite1 month ago

    Went here 2 days! For Lunch and Dinner! Halal Menu upon request where there use Halal meat as well as utensils! I highly recommend going for lunch sets because they're much cheaper!

  • Hj Azman1 month ago

    Such a cosy ambience with soothing music played in the background. Our waiter was very friendly & we ordered the Shabu Shabu. It was just marvellous dishes and the meat taste so fresh. This place is so genuinely safe to eat by Muslim

  • Jess2 months ago

    The place was easy to find using google maps. We had the wagyu beef set (~¥5000) and the shabu shabu beef set (¥4800). Both sets are quite pricey and portion is a bit small for the price but it filled us up just nice as we are small eaters. The shabu shabu set was accompanied by 4-pc tempura, one slice of grilled fish, tamago (egg), a bowl of veg salad and sashimi.

  • Alia3 months ago

    So hungry that we didnt take any pics huhu. The wagyu shabu2 was excellent & so was the tempura & sashimi set (4500¥). Abit pricey though. I was advised against to take the wagyu steak as it tasted only ok (5000¥). I think they've got cheaper lunch sets.

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