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.
Visiting Tokyo? Have a limited amount of time but want to see some of your favorite places? Or maybe you'd like to get a real feel for old and new Tokyo! Well, tour-design companies have made plans for you to cover all of these by providing you with guided tours that may best fit your wishes.
Most of these planned one-day Tokyo tours are private guided tours, meaning not only Muslims but everyone can take advantage of the opportunity to book these tours.
Furusato Nozei is a kind of donation out of income tax that people offer to the local or prefectural governments of their choice, and in response, municipalities repay the donors’ generosity by sending them "thank you gifts". In most cases, the gifts are local specialties.
Foreign residents who work and pay taxes in Japan, can also participate in Furusato Nozei program and receive gifts in return for their donations.
For people with dietary restrictions due to health or religion, JAL provides a wide selection of tempting, customized meals.
The lineup includes not only religious meals but also vegetarian and vegan meals, seafood meals, allergen-free meals, dietary meals, baby foods, and meals for children of different ages. The meals on the menu will be served on flights departing from Japan (Haneda and Narita Airports).