Kyoto Arashiyama “Yoshiya” Halal Japanese meal

Kyoto Arashiyama’s restaurant “Yoshiya” has acquired halal certification from the Kyoto Halal Council* for Sharia and Halal Affairs, and cooks based on Islamic teachings to serve Muslim-friendly dishes. All of the ingredients used in its dishes have been approved by the halal council. A space for wudu and Japanese-style prayer room also available.

Please see the link below for detailed facility information.

*Kyoto Halal Council: partners with Japan Muslim Association (Tokyo) and Japan Islamic Trust (Otsuka Masjid in Tokyo), both of which are certifying bodies founded as religious institutions. Its members in the Sharia and Halal Affairs include Muslim experts in Islamic law and Imam.

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