The Tokyo Muslim Travelers’ Guide, created by C’s Inc. and published by the Tokyo Convention & Visitors Bureau, was featured in the morning edition of the March 16 Tokyo issue of the Nihon Keizai Shimbun newspaper. (Online edition viewable by subscribers only.) A digital version of the Tokyo Muslim Travelers’ Guide can be found on the Digital Pamphlet Gallery page of the Go Tokyo website.
Introducing a Muslim-Friendly App!
A Must-Have App
to Find Muslim-Friendly Services in Kansai!
The Osaka Kansai Muslim-Friendly Guide is a smartphone app that lists and introduces “Muslim-friendly” restaurants and hotels based on our original survey. Since Muslim-friendly service levels for each establishment can be confirmed at a glance via icons and text, this app can help users decide which restaurants and hotels to try while also offering them peace of mind.
What do we mean by “Muslim-friendly”?
Although strictly halal services are hard to come by in Japan, businesses here can still obtain basic knowledge about Islam (and about halal practices) and make efforts to accommodate Muslim travelers. Hence, we define establishments as “Muslim-friendly” if they offer products or services designed specifically with Muslim customers in mind. Please note that the scope and quality of these services may differ from that found in officially halal-certified establishments.
How to Register Your Establishment
The Kansai Muslim Friendly Guide will be updated on a regular basis. If you wish to register your establishment on this app, please contact us using the link below. The cost of basic registration is 5,000 yen.
Become a Recommended Shop
Registering your establishment as a recommended shop will effectively boost your establishment’s profile by listing detailed information and providing navigation services. This is a fee-based service.