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• From Indonesia • Live in Japan • Islam

University student living in Kashiwa
One of the best dining place in Kashiwanoha area. Always get crowded, especially on weekends. There are various sushi dishes, our favorites are the monthly fair menus. Beware though, some dishes are not halal, as well as the soy sauces.
Nice ramen restaurant with plenty choice of side dishes. Moreover, it's one of very few places in Tokyo which serve halal menu, thus it's moslem friendly. You can get 'jumbo' size ramen bowl with only 800-980 yen. This is probably just my personal opinion, but the brooth is much better than any other ramen I've ever tried in Tokyo. Spicy and hot menu are also available. The lamb satay is also great. Really recommended.
The closest halal kebab shop to Kashiwa station. It provides halal kebab for chicken, beef and lamb. The price is a little bit more expensive than similar kebab shops in Tokyo.
This cafeteria serves several kinds of halal foods, mostly for fish, chicken and noodle menus. Halal beef menu served once or twice a week. The foods have 'halal' label to differentiate them from non-halal menus.
There are quite plenty options for curry available. The room is cozy and staffs are friendly. The price for set menu is reasonable and the meat used for the foods is all halal. However, non-halal drinks (beer etc) are also available here.
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