Ramen is considered to be an important part of Japanese culture.
In February 12, 2015, a ramen restaurant serving halal ramen is going to open in Asakusa.
- ZARU ramen (Separated with soup) JPY700
- MAZESOBA（No soup）JPY700
“NARITAYA” is operated by a noodle factory.
The restaurant provides fresh noodles (uses domestic wheat) that are being made at their own factory. The ramen soup is chicken based flavor and the ingredients are all composed by carefully selected items.
Due to NARITAYA’s desire of wanting people from around the world to be able to enjoy the ramen and not just Japanese, the entire menu selection is provided without any use of pork or alcohol. Aromatic broiled chicken is being used as a substitute for roasted pork fillet. Please try out this ultimate ramen created through a tireless hours of trial and error process. The restaurant does not sell any alcoholic beverages.
*Scheduled for halal obtainment.
Have you heard of a common tsukemen practice called “soupwari” ??
In Japan, after you are finish eating all of the tsukemen noodles, it is common to dilute the leftover tsukemen sauce with hot soup so that you can finish it off as a soup.
When you are finish eating tsukemen, please say “SU-PUWARI WO ONEGAISHIMASU” to the staff.
This practice will complete your thorough enjoyment of tuskemen dining experience.
The restaurant is also fully equipped with worship space.
You can get HMJ coupon(A Seasoned Egg free) from here!!
|Halal ramen JPY700 etc.
|2-7-13, Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo
|10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.(Mon～Fri)
11:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.(Sat, Sun, Holiday)