CHIGASAKI- Halal food may not seem an easy fit for Japanese cuisine, but students from Bunkyo University are proving that notion wrong by devising recipes for a new halal cuisine website.
Mai Hieda, the founder of the website, said, “We want to help Muslims in their everyday lives through these recipes. I hope Japanese people will also use the recipes to prepare food for Muslims.” The students have since come up with about 40 halal recipes including chicken wings, stewed daikon radish and hand-kneaded udon noodles.
Visit the website at (http://www.halalrecipes.jp/). Japan has been proactively engaged in boosting its Halal tourism.