As the Japan’s Muslim population grows, the halal market is expanding at a rapid pace to meet the growing demands of Muslim residents as well as visitors to the country.
In many countries, special attention is being paid to the growth potential of the Halal market as one of the new engines for a sharp economic expansion, and they are taking the necessary steps to enter into this lucrative market.
Globally, Muslims make up the second largest religious group, with 1.8 billion people, or 24% of the world’s population. It is estimated that there will be 160 million Muslim travelers by 2020, and the figure is expected to increase to 230 million by 2026.
In recent years more and more Muslims are traveling to countries where they see the lifestyle as such that their religion is respected. In contrast to other people, Muslims tend to travel in larger groups and stay longer when they travel.
Are you planning to visit Kyoto, but are worried about your Japanese ability and whether you can make bus and train transfers properly! Or your stay is short and you’d like to discover as many of Kyoto’s dispersed temples, shrines, and cultural attractions as possible in one day!
You have to be thinking, what you should do for lunch! The "Muslim-Friendly Bus Tour Of Kyoto" allows you to visit Kyoto prime highlights in an efficient manner and also provides Halal and vegetarian lunch.
Visiting Tokyo? Don’t have much time but like to see a few of your favorite places? Or maybe you like to get a real feel of the old and new Tokyo! Well, a tour designer company can make a plan for you to cover all these, or help you to customize the tour plan to best fit your wishes.
This one day Tokyo tour can be customized as you like, meaning, not only Muslims but everyone can use the opportunity to book this tour.
Japanese cell biologist Osumi Yoshinori won the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 2016, for his discoveries of mechanisms for autophagy, a process that cells use to recycle and rebuild cellular components.
Fasting activates autophagy, which can rapidly provide fuel for energy and building blocks for renewal of cellular parts, helping to slow down the aging process. And guess what turns off autophagy! Eating –