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.
Though the term "Halal" is most commonly associated with food, it is actually relevant to many aspects of life, including tourism, finance, pharmaceuticals, lifestyle, logistics, cosmetics, and, of course, clothing. We know in Islam that both men and women are required to dress modestly. But today, Muslims wear a wide variety of clothing, which is influenced not only by religious considerations but also by practical, cultural, social, and even political factors.
Is such fashion, however, considered ethical clothing?
With the word Wine, the alcoholic drink made from fermented grapes comes to mind, which is forbidden in Islam.
Wine, not only used as a drink, but it is recommended for health and also is a popular drink that accompanies and enhances a wide range of cuisines, from the simple and traditional stews to the most sophisticated and complex haute cuisines. For health and cooking! But how a Muslim can consume wine if it is not Halal?