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Muslim Tourist Information – Yokohama Visitors’ Guide

Muslim Tourist Information – Yokohama Visitors’ Guide Yokohama Visitors’ Guide > Muslim Tourist Information Yokohama is full of appealing tourism spots – from great restaurants to halal food shops and a mosque – for Muslim tourists. To take in as much of the attractions as possible, use the model sightseeing courses to maximize your time and fun in the city! Please click … Wow, Yokohama has its own Muslim Tourist Information page in their website. I’m impressed they have detailed information of the halal restaurants. I know disclosure of information like this will provide a peace of mind to a cautious person like Norsiah! I want to go try the… Read more »

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Muslim Friendly Restaurant: Tentei @ Narita Airport T2

Amy, my Muslim friend from Brunei living in Japan is helping me out with this blog! Teri makasih! Here’s a review of a muslim friendly restaurant in Narita International Airport by her. Besides Tentei, there’s another muslim friendly restaurant called Kineyamugimaru, a homemade udon restaurant, in terminal 1. Your review is also welcome, feel free to write your comment here. Good news for Muslims who are waiting for their flight, stranded or just arrived at Narita International airport! There is a halal-certified (by Malaysian Halal Consultation & Training Agency) Japanese restaurant, named “あげたての味 天亭 Tentei”, which specialised in tempura and soba noodles. It is located on the 4th departure floor of… Read more »

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Amezaiku Workshop in Asakusa

Amezaiku is a Japanese folk art of making candy sculptures. Ameshin in Asakusa is a small Amezaiku workshop/cafe owned by a young Japanese Amezaiku artisan where you can experience making an Amezaiku yourself! The photos posted here are from the day I tried it with my sister. Each of us made a rabbit candy. The teacher said the rabbit motif is for beginners as making it requires all the basic skills of Amezaiku art. So 2 minutes is the only time given to you to complete your candy art. After 2 minutes, you can’t change the form. The chunk of soft candy is made from boiled starch syrup that is… Read more »

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Muslim Friendly Restaurant: Malay Asian Cuisine (Shibuya)

This was my very first time to try Malay food in Japan and Malay Asian Cuisine was really really good. My Bruneian friend Amy and I ordered Nasi Lemak and we both loved it!! The chef is Malay and the sambal is their original. The whole menu is halal and they use halal meat only, but they do serve alcohol (I’m not sure if any restaurant in Tokyo can survive without selling alcohol…). The lunch set is 1000yen and it comes with free flow of soft drinks, salad, soup, and dessert. I need to try their Mee Laksa next time…!! Malay Asian Cuisine http://www.malayasiancuisine.com/index.html

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Halal culture takes off in Japan

Halal culture takes off in Japan TOKYO: Prayer rooms, hijabs made from local silk and even halal-certified whale meat are appearing in Japan as tourism bosses wake up to the demand from Muslim travellers. ‘Muslim travellers still do not feel comfortable here,’ Datuk Ibrahim Haji Ahmad Badawi, head of Malaysian food company

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nanaco plus+

These are real candies coated with resin!! I immediately fell in love with these from nanaco plus+ (http://www.nanaco-plus.com/jp/index.html) that would go so well with Yukata fashion and the mood of summer in Japan. Konpeito is too cute!!