Japan is a wonderful travel destination for many reasons, but for many, the food is reason enough to visit. How about you? Are you interested in food tours, dining experiences, or cooking classes? Maybe you just want to make a reservation at your favorite restaurant but have difficulty speaking Japanese!
ByFood.com is Japan’s one-stop online booking site, including a store for foodie travelers.
All Nippon Airways has served halal-certified meals on its international flights since 2015. Now, ANA offers an expanded in-flight menu to accommodate the wide range of dietary needs of the airline’s increasingly diverse customer base.
The lineup includes not only religious meals but also allergen-free meals, dietary meals, vegetarian meals, meals for infants and small children, and more besides.
To work in Japan, a foreigner who is not a permanent resident must first obtain a job offer from a guarantor in Japan and then apply for a work visa at the immigration office, if already in Japan, or at an embassy or consulate, if abroad.
Working visas are valid for one to five years and may be used to find work at any employer within the range of activities specified on the visa, including employers other than the guarantor.
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.