Bakeries and confectioneries in Japan can range from small artisan businesses specializing in one or two items to large industrial ones that supply food retailers with packaged baked and pastry goods.
These bakeries and confectioneries often take pride in using high-quality ingredients and traditional techniques to create their products. Some even add unique flavors and designs inspired by Japanese culture, making them popular among locals and tourists alike.
In the 1980s, you could hardly find halal shops and restaurants in Japan. Nowadays, only in Tokyo, there are more than 60 halal food shops and over 200 halal food restaurants, and the number is increasing.
Here is some information that comes in handy either for Muslims who reside in Japan or those who are planning to visit for sightseeing.
Trusted by thousands of Muslims living in Japan, Halal Japan App is considered the most informative source on Halal and Muslim-friendly products sold in Japanese market.
The Halal Japan App arose out of frustration with all the long-winded, difficult-to-pronounce ingredients that so many of us Muslims deal with on a daily basis. Hence, the Halal Japan team handles the difficult details so we don't have to. ( Watch A YouTube Video )
When people think about emergency preparedness they think about those who are preparing for doomsday. Even here in Japan, the world’s most earthquake-prone county, many households are unprepared to go without food or water for few days.
Do you have food restrictions; allergies, vegetarian diets, Halal food only! Do you have an emergency food supply set aside in case disaster strikes?
The key thing here is to remember that emergencies by their definition; you don’t know they are coming!