Halal Hotels Tokyo
Japan, which is also a Muslim-minority country, also experienced a growth in Muslim population during the bubble economy. Based on the data from 2016, there are currently approximately 120,000 overseas Muslims and 10,000 Japanese Muslims living in Japan.
By Crescent Rating, Japan is 34th rated among most Muslim-friendly countries.
How many mosques are there in South Japan?
The country boasts more than 110 mosques.
Like other tourists, Muslim travelers coming from Islamic countries have particular requirements when they choose the destination for their vacation. Among these requirements, Muslims are concerned about the availability of halal compliant foods (no pork or alcohol in food) and a clean place to pray.
Many international hotels in Tokyo do serve halal food that is slaughtered in accordance with the teachings of Islamic Sharia and is free of any substances forbidden by Islam such as pork and alcohol.
Other Islamic countries such as Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Morocco, Oman and Brunei continue to be popular with Muslim tourists. Among non-OIC countries, Singapore, Thailand, the UK, Japan and Taiwan remain the top five respectively, but show improved scores on the index.
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1. Sakura Hotel Hatagaya 3* – Halal Hotels Tokyo
Conveniently located a 2-minute walk from Hatagaya Train Station, Sakura Hotel Hatagaya offers simple accommodation with friendly English-speaking staff and free WiFi. It is just a 3-minute train ride away from the popular Shinjuku area.
Each air-conditioned room features card-key security, a flat-screen TV and an en suite bathroom. A hairdryer and toiletries are included.
Hatagaya Sakura Hotel’s 24-hour front desk provides free luggage storage and travel concierge services. Guests can use free internet PCs on site and have access to laundry facilities open for a limited time. Drink vending machines are available on site.
Set in a bustling neighborhood, this modest hotel is a 3-minute walk from Hatagaya Station, 3 km from Meiji Shrine and 5 km from Omotesandō.
The straightforward rooms provide free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and desks, as well as mini fridges, and tea and coffeemakers.
A breakfast buffet is offered (fee). Other amenities include a casual, 24-hour cafe and bar with outdoor seating, as well as a prayer room and guest laundry facilities.
SAKURA HOTEL HATAGAYA is a Muslim-friendly hotel, with a prayer room on premise and Muslim-friendly food served at its 24 hour cafe; Tokyo Camii mosque is within walking distance. SAKURA HOTEL HATAGAYA does its best to make guests’ stay in Japan as comfortable as possible.
Its multilingual reception desk is open 24 hours a day.
Overall affordable pricing, near to train station and shops. Halal cafe which is indeed a saviour. Comfortable room.
This is my third time staying in this hotel because of the very accessible location and availability of Halal food. They now have a new halal chicken ramen which is nice but sells out quick.
Room – Room was great. It’s completed with TV, refrigerator and couch.
Location – Location was perfect as it’s near the city area. Hotel only 5 min walk from Hatagaya station (Keio new line). Train station exit to the hotel is equipped with elevator.
Cafe – Food was great. There was a quite variety of Halal menu so you can try different food every time. The halal menu sold out fast so better try it as soon as you can.
Friendly Muslim hotel – Value for money.
Recommended for those Muslim travellers coming to Tokyo, Japan.Nearby halal food in Shinjuku and Shibuya.
Easy to travel around as the hotel is located near Shinjuku and Shibuya.
How much does a room costs at Sakura Hotel Hatagaya?
This air-conditioned room features card-key security, a flat-screen TV and an en suite bathroom. A hairdryer and toiletries are included.
Where to book online – Sakura Hotel Hatagaya – Halal Hotels Tokyo Japan – you can find the best halal hotels deals in Tokyo during Asakusa Samba Matsuri which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Japan on Booking.com or Agoda.com or Expedia.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.
2. Imperial Hotel Tokyo 5* – Muslim Friendly Hotels Tokyo
Situated in a central location with 3 stations within a 5-minute walk, Imperial Hotel Tokyo is a prestigious hotel renowned for providing first-class hospitality for over a century since 1890. It features a fitness centre, an indoor swimming pool and a beauty massage salon. Free Wi-Fi is provided throughout the property, and staying guests can use parking for free.
The nearby Ginza, Hibiya and Yurakucho stations offer direct access to various locations in Tokyo. Imperial Palace and Ginza area are both a 5-minute walk away, while Tokyo International Forum is a 10-minute walk from the hotel. Popular Tsukiji Fish Market is just a 7-minute drive or taxi ride away. Direct airport limousine buses to/from Narita and Haneda airports are available at an extra charge.
Rooms at Tokyo Imperial Hotel are elegantly decorated, and come with a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, a small fridge and a seating area. Free tea set and a newspaper are offered. The en suite bathroom includes toiletries and bathrobes.
Set in the Uchisaiwaichō neighborhood, this sprawling, upscale hotel is a 4-minute walk from Hibiya subway station and 3 km from Tokyo Imperial Palace.
The understated rooms come with free Wi-Fi, minifridges and flat-screen TVs, plus tea and coffeemakers. Upgraded rooms add sitting areas with sofas, and suites have separate living rooms. Kids age 4 and under stay at no charge with an adult. In-room massages and 24/7 room service are offered.
Amenities consist of 13 restaurants, including chic French and Chinese eateries, plus 2 bars and a tearoom. There’s also a gym, an indoor pool and a sauna. A soundproof music room is also available.
Having gone thru fires and earthquakes and WWII, damaged and demolished then restored and rebuilt and again rebuilt, it is a wonder that Imperial Hotel, known as one of famed American Architect Frank Lloyd Wright’s works, currently stands proud: the picture of serene stability in a prime area of Tokyo near the Imperial Palace, fronted by western-style Hibiya Park, close to the metro station, an easy stroll to the best shopping and dining places ~ in short, ideally located.
Staff is scrupulously polite and attentive; the rooms have that retro charm with great modern amenities; hotel restaurants are first class and such a welcome treat especially during cold, wintry evenings. Would stay there again at any given time.
Whether on business or personal travel, the Imperial is the place for us.
The location is very convenient with transportation by train or taxi easy.
We do like the proximity to Hibiya Park and the Imperial Palace Grounds, one can walk or run just across the street in a safe, relaxing environment.
There are many good restaurants on site as well as shopping and services.
How much does a room costs at Imperial Hotel Tokyo?
Prices start 364$/night for Standard King or Twin Room – Tower Building. The Deluxe Suite is 1494$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for couples.
Located between 21st and 30th floors in the Tower Building, this room features air conditioning, seating area and sofa. Free tea set and a newspaper are offered. Bath amenities and bathrobes are provided in the en suite bathroom.
Where to book online – Imperial Hotel Tokyo – Muslim Friendly Hotels Tokyo Japan – you can find the best halal hotels deals in Tokyo during Asakusa Samba Matsuri which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Japan on Booking.com or Agoda.com or Hotelscombined.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.
3. Red Planet Tokyo Asakusa 3* – Halal Hotels Tokyo Japan
Opened in 2015, Red Planet Asakusa Tokyo is located only a 2-minute walk away from Asakusa Train Station on the Tsukuba Express Line. Every room at this stylish non-smoking property is equipped with a flat-screen TV with satellite channels. Free WiFi is provided in all rooms.
Rooms are air conditioned and equipped with a fridge, a desk and a private bathroom featuring a shower stall with a rain shower. For your comfort, you will find slippers and free toiletries.
On a bustling city street, this modern hotel is a 3-minute walk from the nearest metro station, a 7-minute walk from Sensō-ji Buddhist temple and 6 km from Imperial Palace.
The streamlined rooms come with complimentary Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and desks. They also include mini fridges, plus tea and coffee making facilities.
There’s a bright dining room. Other amenities include a lobby lounge with a bold photo mural, computers for guest use and a coin-operated laundry.
I usually stayed in AirBNB in Japan but decided to try hotels this time round. Red Planet Tokyo Asakusa was definitely the best stay. It was extremely clean and felt new and modern. This is extremely emphasized by me as the other hotels I stayed was not that clean or felt dated.
The breakfast was also more than satisfactory as it also indicated the food and ingredients used for Halal or Vegetarian/Vegan dietary concerns.
Do note however that the hotel is a non-smoking rooms and to smoke you would have to visit the first floor smoking location. A plus/con depending on your preference.
Asakusa, in my opinion, is really the place to stay in Tokyo due to the food, closeness to subway station and most importantly, quieter versus Shinjuku/Shibuya/Roponggi. We are spoilt for choice for mid-range tendon, and unagi restaurants – those that you order on a machine and pass the ticket to the chef. Many of them open until 10pm so you will still be able to have dinner after you get back from shopping and sightseeing.
Rather than using the Asakusa station, we got off at Tawaramachi Station (Ginza line) which also has a lift to street level and then 10 mins walk (faster if you have no luggage) to the hotel.
Also, Asakusa station at 1 stop away has direct limited express trains to both Haneda and Narita airports – so you are not affected by traffic jams.
About the only thing lacking is the small size of the bathroom and no bathtub. However this is to be expected since this is a budget hotel, but the location and the room made up for this.
How much does a room costs at Red Planet Tokyo Asakusa?
Prices start 27$/night for Double Room – Non-Smoking.
The Double Room with View – Non-Smoking is 33$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for couples.
This double room with view is air conditioned and fitted with a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, a desk, a fridge and a private bathroom featuring a shower stall with a rain shower.
Where to book online – Red Planet Tokyo Asakusa – Halal Friendly Hotels Tokyo Japan – you can find the best halal hotels deals in Tokyo during Asakusa Samba Matsuri which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Japan on Booking.com or Agoda.com or Expedia.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.