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Halal is a term used to identify products or activities that follow the practices of Islam. Therefore, at restaurants that are certified as halal, Islamic people can enjoy themselves worry-free. Lately, there has been an increase in the number of Muslim people visiting Japan and, as a result, the number of halal-certified restaurants has been growing. Today, we would like to introduce to you a halal-certified restaurant in Tōkyō's popular shopping area, Shibuya.
The largest mosque in Japan opened its doors on November 20 near the central Japanese city of Nagoya, heralding a new chapter in the East Asian nation's relationship with Islam.
Buying non-GMO and organic vegetables in Japan may seem difficult, especially if you don’t know what to look for. There are so many unique vegetables in Japan. Vegetables such as mizuna, daikon, wasabi, shiitake mushrooms, Japanese sweet potatoes, renkon (lotus root) and many others are very prominent in Japanese cooking, or 「和食」 Washoku. They add a unique depth of flavor and texture, while also having the added bonus of being nutritionally rich and high in vitamins and minerals. As vegetables are one of the healthiest food groups on the planet, they should comprise a major component of a well-rounded diet, therefore it is important to know how they are grown. There are many questions that arise when it comes to growing vegetables, as the process may vary compared with other countries around the world.