Muslim family travelers are increasing day by day in Japan. The main concerns might be food? If you have good information and well-arranged preparation, it’ll be easy for Muslim families to experience the best part of Japan! Staying in a traditional hot spring ryokan will be also fascinating!
When you visit Osaka, the first thing to do is go up the Floating Observatory in Umeda. You can get the whole picture of the city, while feeling like actually floating in the sky!
Osaka is called “the kitchen of the country”! Okonomiyaki, takoaki, kushikatsu, the best foods in Japan get together here. We’ll show you the places where you can find safe halal-friendly meals.
Even if you are not very attracted by Japanese temples and shrines, Kyoto still has a lot to offer. Arashiyama Bamboo Forest is one of them, you can feel like yourself a fairly tale price or princess thousands years ago!
Kyoto has rental kimono shops in town, you can take nice photos in front of traditional buildings. This is a once-in-a-lifetime experience!
During the samurai period, nobles were using kago (bamboo box) for their transportation, carried by human bearers. About 150 years ago, rickshaws replaced it. Today you can enjoy the rickshaw transportation like old-time nobles!
Deer are considered messengers of gods, you’ll find many of them in Nara Park. Watch out, they are waiting for you to feed them, be sure to get senbei crackers for them! 🙂
During the winter time, eating crabs, prawns, lobsters, oysters along the seaside town is one of the most important things to do. We can prepare alcohol free dishes, enjoy special winter treats like Japanese!
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