One of the ‘challenges’ for most Muslim tourists from Indonesia who will travel to Japan is finding a halal food menu. However, along with the growth of tourist visits in Japan, now in Japan has begun to emerge culinary choices that are friendly to tourists who are Muslim. One of them is Magurosoba, a typical restaurant with cold soba that you can visit while in Japan.
Located in the Asakusa area, Tokyo, you can find this halal restaurant by walking for five minutes from Asakusa Station. Magurosoba restaurant is open from 11:30 until 10 pm local time. You need to know, on average, visitors in this restaurant spend 3000 yen, or 385 thousand rupiah per person.
Then, what is typical of Magurosoba? As the name suggests, this halal labeled restaurant provides buckwheat noodles made from wheat. The soba noodles themselves are Japanese specialties which can be eaten in various ways, including yakisoba, kakesoba (hot soba), and zaru soba (cold soba), and between instant foods, fast, home style, and Michelin quality, and with all styles different toppings, you are guaranteed to always be able to find new flavors of soba wherever you taste various soba noodles.
In the Magurosoba restaurant itself, there is one mainstay menu that is hunted by many visitors, namely cold zaru soba aka soba with tuna broth and given a maguro sashimi topping. The combination of the unusual flavors of this dish produced by the chefs at Maguro Soba will truly arouse your taste buds.