As summer wouldn’t be summer without Ice cream, a birthday party is not complete without birthday cake.
Foreigners living in Japan face many challenges, and Muslims have some more difficulties on top of those challenges. One of those difficulties is about finding Halal food including confectionery products like Cakes, Candies and Ice Cream; what many people love especially children, but not so easy to get.
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!
There are over 370 Halal shops and supermarkets listed on Halal In Japan website. These shops are selling variety of Halal products; some hundreds, some just a few and some only one product.
We have listed these Halal shops in alphabetical order making it easy for website visitors to search and locate them. Many of the shops have website and are selling online too. Some only sell online, whether just on their own website or also on Rakuten marketplace – some sell only on Rakuten.
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.
The numbers of bakeries and confectioneries with Halal Certification and those who just provide Muslim friendly products are increasing.
In Japan, finding Halal products has become easier in recent years, but not all of everyday essential products.
Also, if you are not living near a Halal shop, not only you are going to spend a considerable amount of time, but also pay for transportation every time you need to buy something.
Having free time for shopping and transportation cost, are not the only obstacles that Muslims living in Japan have; especially newcomers may spend hours in supermarkets reading foods’ labels to make sure they do not contain Haram ingredients.