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Halal n Vegan shampoo/treatment now for sale by AEON Japan

Looking for a nice scented shampoo? AEON Japan's new and improved version of its "VEGAN Style" shampoo and hair treatment (bottle version and refills) are now available at AEON Japan and AEON Style shelves! They even got a design update with a cute pink and blue colour. With more Muslim-friendly products entering Japan's stores, VEGAN Style haircare line is not only vegan-certified*1, but also Halal-certified*2. Check out the link (Eng) below for more details. *1 Certified by The Vegan Society, the UK-based registered charity and the oldest vegan organization in...

Waiting for your flight? Have a plate of halal Japanese curry rice at La Toque (Narita Airport)

You get to eat Halal Japanese Curry again at this restaurant at Narita Airport. Yes, that's right! This Halal-certified Japanese curry rice restaurant "La Toque" is back again after it closed down during the pandemic. Now that the pandemic has passed, La Toque reopens again to satisfy the increasing number of Muslim tourists in Japan coming and going at Narita Airport! So, if you're hungry while waiting for your flight or after your flight, this restaurant might be just for you!! Visit the link below for more details. Also See:Muslim-friendly...

Hurry up! Ashikaga Park’s Great Wisteria festival is ending(Tochigi)

The Fujinohana Monogatari Ofuji festival is a festival where hundreds of flowers bloom. Ashikaga park, the park that held this festival, is covered in beautiful flowers from April to May. The flower that people sought the most here are the Great Wisteria flowers that bloomed at its peak from late April to early May. The Great Wisteria flowers' peak ended already, but don't be sad, because there are more flowers that you can view. There's a white wisteria on early May, and yellow blossom wisteria from early to mid May!...

How to experience Kyoto to the fullest

Kyoto is a wonderful city where traditional Japanese vibe mingles with its modern side. It's a beautiful place to visit to say the least. Visiting temples, trying a kaiseki dinner— there's just so much to do in Kyoto! Wondering where to start? Well, here are some activities you can do when in Kyoto that are Muslim-friendly!! Also See:Muslim-friendly & vegan menus now available at Hyssop in KyotoOur Muslim-friendly Japanese snack packs now available at halal restaurant MATSURIHalal Ramen Ayam-YA in Kyoto reopens with a new look

Tulip fair! Millions of tulips blooming till May (Tonami Tulip Park)

Can you believe there are 3 million tulips in this park? You can enjoy the beautiful view of tulip flower beds in this park, the Tonami Tulip Park. The tulips are also displayed inside the Tulip Gallery, where you can learn more about the tulip flowers. But you gotta hurry, because this Tulip festival ends on 5th of May. Check out the link below to learn more about the Tulip Festival!

Now it gets easier to work in Japan for foreigners!

Ever dream about working in Japan? Well, now is your time to shine, because Japan just launched a new simpler visa track for foreign workers. Japan is looking for highly skilled foreign workers for advanced academic research, advanced specialized/technical activities and advanced business and management activities. Moreover, it'll be easier to acquire the permanent residency. Find out more in the link below about this new visa track! Also See:Japan to end COVID-19 border controls on tourists from 8 MayHalal Japanese food & wholehearted hospitality for Muslims in Miyajima, Miyajima Yamaichi

This halal pocket pizza is loaded with cheese! (in Ikebukuro)

MAD CHEFs, a take-out shop specializing in pocket pizza will open a new store branch at 11am on Saturday, 22 April 2023 in Ikebukuro. To commemorate the opening of MAD CHEs, they'll offer their signature pocket pizza only for JPY42 for the first 200 meals! Pocket pizza paratha is a comfort food that's popular in India and Nepal. Ingredients such as cheese and fish are baked inside a thin bread called paratha. MAD CHEF s uses carefully selected halal ingredients for the various dishes served in the restaurant. Each bite...

Best cherry blossom spots to visit before the cherry blossom’s gone for good

The season of cherry-blossom viewing is ending soon! But don't be disheartened. There are still a few places where the sky is still decorated with beautiful pink cherry blossoms until May. Yep that's right folks, even in May you can still go cherry blossom viewing in Japan. Find out more in the link below and don't forget to bring some foods and drinks to enjoy! Also See:Strawberry-picking: TOP 5 ranking of the most popular spots in JapanGet halal curry at Haneda Airport’s new one-stop entertainment complex

Halal, affordable, hearty! Taste authentic Japanese tempura bowl at Ginza Itsuki (Tokyo)

Japan has always been known for its unique and delicious cuisine. And 'tendon' (天丼) is one of the food that many are dying to try in Japan. Although a few restaurants has closed down during the pandemic, this doesn't mean there are no halal/Muslim-friendly restaurants anymore. Well, here's a halal restaurant in the middle of Ginza where you can enjoy halal tendon and tempura 'Ginza Itsuki'. (more…)

Gorgeous sunset! Capture your reflection on Chichibugahama Beach (Kagawa)

Located in the western part of Kagawa Prefecture facing the Seto Inland Sea, Chichibugahama Beach is well-known to have one of the most beautiful sunsets in Japan. This shallow, sandy beach stretches for 1km, attracting many visitors every summer where they can take spectacular natural mirror photos like in Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia. If you want to take photos here, it is recommended to take one 30 minutes before or after the sunset. Find out more below. Also See:Revered soy sauce firm on the quest to make Muslim-friendly range, Kamada Soy...