Hello.I'm Okuma, the editor-in-chief of Groovy Japan. For Muslims, there is a month of Ramadan (fasting month) every year.This year, Ramadan falls from April 13 to May 12, and during this period, with a few exceptions, eating and drinking during the day is prohibited.While eating and drinking during the day is prohibited, eating after sunset is allowed, and this meal after sunset is called "Iftar". Last year, we donated 100 portions of Halal certified Hida beef to the Japan Da'awah Center , a Muslim exchange center in Osaka during Ramadan....
Providing Japanese delicacies that meet the stringent international Halal standard—Hinomoto Shokusan Co., Ltd. brings tastiness and reassurance to Muslims (who have dietary requirements), with "Japanese Food Made Accessible to All" at heart. (more…)
Hello!I'm Okuma, the editor-in-chief of Groovy Japan-a media platform connecting Japanese industry with the Islamic market via a business perspective.I visited the Halal Market Fair held at Tokyo Big Sight for three days from 21 April. (more…)
The 22nd Japan International Seafood Show commences at Tokyo Big Sight from 30th September–2nd October 2020.Japan Halal Business Association will exhibit processed seafood products, distribute pamphlets on Japanese halal seafood recipes and hold a halal seminar at the Halal Theme Corner. The seminar is for all companies who are targeting the Islamic market with their seafood products. It will cover the current halal certification state for processed seafood products in the Islamic market (Southeast Asia and the Middle East) and buyers' requirements for such products. (more…)