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  • Airlines in East Asia Offering Halal In-Flight Meals

    When making travel plans, one of the biggest concerns is the food – what are the Halal options in the country we are visiting, or what are the alternatives? Sometimes we tend to forget that the journey starts from the airport – does the airline that we are taking offer Halal food? If you are travelling from a Muslim country or with a Muslim airline, you don’t have anything to worry about. If you don’t want a vegetarian meal, however, it is better to know your options, and if there are any at all. Travelling from or in East Asia can be tricky because the cuisine is so different and the ingredients might be vague, so here is our guide to which airlines provide Halal in-flight food, and everything you need to know about getting them. Check out the airlines in Southeast Asia offering Halal in-flight meals First, to be clear, East Asia is classified as China, Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong, North Korea, South Korea, Macau and Mongolia. China has several airlines to its name and most of them provide options for Halal meals. China Southern Airlines In order to accommodate as many people as possible, China Southern Airlines provides lots of options, one of which is the Moslem meal. It has to be booked at least 24 hours beforehand through customer service and is only available for dinner, snacks or a light meal. Please note that any changes in the flight – delays or cancellations – will affect the meal reservations. A passenger is allowed only one special meal per flight. China Eastern Airlines Once you have made your booking, call your local office to make a reservation for a Moslem Meal – or any other special meal – and you will be assisted. Most airlines state a general rule of reserving special meals 24 hours in advance, so don’t leave it until the last minute. China Eastern Airlines also offers various other options that take care of those with allergies or other preferences. Air China Air China offers in-flight Halal meals that need to be specified 24 hours in advance. The airline states that Kosher Meals are not available on all domestic flights or domestic segments for routes departing from Saipan, Sapporo, Sendai, South Korea, Jakarta, India, Karachi, Australia and Yekaterinburg. So it is worth double checking the availability of Halal food in-flight if your route leaves from any of the places listed above. Xiamen Airlines You can place the booking for a Halal meal when booking your flight, and make sure to confirm your preference at least 24 hours in advance as Halal meals are limited. This part is important, as the airline stresses on confirming the Halal meal. They also offer Vegetarian, Western Vegetarian and Seafood Meals in case you miss out on the Halal option. Sichuan Airlines The last in the list of Chinese Airlines, Sichuan Airlines offers health conscious and religious conscious meals – Halal meals being amongst them. Book your in-flight preference when you make your ticket reservation, and don’t forget to confirm it at least 24 hours before flight departure. Follow the airport guide to Beijing Explore amazing places in China Japan Airlines If you prefer going through the website, submit your choice for a Halal in-flight meal at least 25 hours before flight departure, or 24 hours ahead through phone. If you are changing your flight reservations, be sure to mention your special meal preferences too. Double check the availability of Halal meals, since special meal services may not be available on the code-share flights operated by another carrier. Japan Airlines recently went all out in accommodating Muslim travelers by even switching all dishware used for the Muslim meals to disposable ones – to make their travelers feel as comfortable and secure as possible. AirAsia In general, when flying Air Asia you have nothing to fear as they offer a Muslim-friendly in-flight food menu for all meals. They source all their meat from Halal certified suppliers, with the exception of AirAsia Japan and Philippines. All Nippon Airways Known for their delicious meals and classy chefs, All Nippon Airways also offers Halal in-flight meals. It needs to be booked at least 48 hours before departure either through their reservations department or online. If you have booked your ticket through a travel agent, then your request for a special meal must be made through the travel agent as well. Visit top attractions in Japan Best places to visit in Japan Cathay Pacific Flying to and from Hong Kong, Cathay Pacific offers a Moslem Meal under their special meal options, which has to be ordered up to 24 hours before departure. If you are flying Cathay Pacific to Indonesia, Malaysia, Maldives, Middle East and Pakistan, note that all main meals are Halal certified. Korean Air You can book an in-flight Halal meal 24 hours in advance, but since special meal offerings vary depending on where you are departing from, it is better to double check the availability. While the airline states Seoul accommodates its passengers in this regard, it is always better to be sure. Amazing attractions in South Korea Asiana Airlines Your other airline option when flying to and from South Korea, Asiana Airlines allows you to order a Moslem Meal 24 hours before departure. They also offer a variety of meals and take into consideration dietary requirements or allergies. Plan a trip to Seoul China Airlines When flying to and from Taiwan, you can be sure that Halal food will be provided on the journey if you specify your preference to the airline at least 24 hours before departure. China Airlines wants to make their passengers feel as comfortable as possible and meet their needs when it comes to age, health, religion or anything else. Look at airport guides to Taiwan It turns out that Muslim travel is definitely being accommodated more as several airlines offer the option of Halal meals. If you want to know how to book in-flight Halal food in advance, just call up the airline or travel agent and they should be happy to help. Note that the terms for these in-flight meals are generally ‘Moslem Meal’ or ‘Halal meal’ under the Special Meals option. State your preferences when you make your flight booking and confirm it at least 24 hours before your flight departure to ensure that you have a satisfying journey. Booking a flight has never been easier so start planning your trip today and explore some interesting destinations!...

  • 5 Halal-friendly Ramen Restaurants to Dine in Japan

      Japan is a beautiful nation known for giving its visitors a long list of things to enjoy while on holiday. Among these, locating the top Halal friendly Ramen places in Japan is something that should come on top of every Muslim traveler's list. You probably have already heard of this traditional Japanese dish made of chewy wheat noodles, soaked in a savory broth, mixed with various cooked meat and fresh vegetables. Since this is a popular pick among Japanese food lovers, it has resulted in many restaurants serving their own versions of Ramen popping up in different parts of the world. But if you want to enjoy this dish in its original form, you should definitely embark on a journey to find Halal Ramen in Japan.   As always, HalalTrip has put together a list of must-Go Halal restaurants in Japan to make sure your holiday is Halal friendly. Read on to take a look at our top picks of where to find Muslim-friendly food in Japan, most importantly Muslim-friendly ramen!     Credits - giphy.com   1) Shinjuku Gyoen Ramen Ouka   In the busy city of Tokyo, you would find one of the must-Go Halal restaurants in Japan, Shinjuku Gyoen Ramen Ouka. As the name implies the restaurant is famous for serving up delicious varieties of Muslim-friendly ramen. If you want to eat Ramen like the locals do, once you are done with the noodles, blend the remaining broth with rice and enjoy every bit of this mouthwatering dish. You can find this restaurant at 1-11-7, Shinjuku, Tokyo, 160-0022 Japan, which is quite close to the Shinjuku Gyoen Park. The place is quite small, so you might want to go early or make a reservation so you can beat the large crowds that are drawn to the location.   Click here for more information about Shinjuku Gyoen Ramen Ouka   2) Naritaya   Naritaya is one of the top Halal friendly Ramen places in Japan that is committed to keeping the traditional ramen recipes alive. They promise the best quality and taste by using only the very best natural ingredients free from artificial additives. In addition to this, they make their own noodles out of high-quality organic flour. While this may cause their prices to be slightly high, rest assured you are investing in the most healthy option. All you Japanese food lovers will have no qualms in locating Halal restaurants in Japan because there are Naritaya shops in Asakusa, Toyko; Sendai, Miyagi and Rinka-cho, Kyōto. Click here for more information about Naritaya   3) Nikkoken   If your travels take you to Tochigi and you are trying to find Halal restaurants in Japan, you should definitely try Nikkoken, located in front of the Sano station. The restaurant is more famous for their gyouza that can be found at other restaurants too. Here, you can also find some great miso ramen.Click here for more information about Nikkoken   4) Restaurants in Shin-Yokohama Ramen Museum Picture Credit - www.timetravelturtle.com Ramen is such a popular dish; it even has its own dedicated Museum! Located in Shinyokohama, Kohoku Ward, Yokohama, Kanagawa you can visit the museum and learn about the history of this amazing dish. Within the premises, there are a number of ramen shops to choose from. Ramen shops like Ryu Shanghai Honten, Muku Zweite, Komurasaki, Shina Soba-ya, and Nidai-me Genkotsu-ya have vegetarian and non-pork menus and are therefore great places to enjoy Muslim-friendly ramen. Click here for more information about Restaurants in Shin-Yokohama Ramen Museum   5) Naramachi Jinniyah   Naramachi Jinniyah is one of the top Halal friendly Ramen places in Japan that opened quite recently in the Naramachi Shopping Centre. This is one of the must-Go Halal restaurants in Japan because it serves delicious varieties of Muslim-friendly ramen including Ramen Jin, Ramen Jinniyah, and Ramen Naramachisou. The restaurant has also been beautifully designed with furniture made of Nara cedar wood, to complement the traditional architecture of the 90-year-old building. Their menu is also quite reasonably priced so it’s a great place to visit anytime you get hungry.   Now that you know where you can enjoy a great dish of Ramen with your friends and family, take a look at our great travel packages to Japan so you can make your dream holiday to this part of the world a reality.Click here for more information about Naramachi Jinniyah ...

  • 5 Unique Festivals in Japan That You Should Experience

    Japanese festivals or ‘matsuri’, are highly anticipated by the locals and tourists alike - and are a big part of Japanese culture that offer visitors a truly fantastic experience. These unique festivals only found in Japan often feature processions and traditional dancers in colourful costumes or floats – which are quite a sight to behold. Check out this list of Japanese festivals and find out all about Japanese festivals that you just can’t miss out on.     Credits - giphy.com   1) Sapporo Yuki Matsuri Picture Credit - www.onozomi.com The Sapporo Yuki Matsuri, also known as Sapporo Snow Festival, is held in Sapporo, Hokkaido every year in February is one of the most exciting seasonal festivals in Japan where you will get to see carved, glistening ice sculptures. The history of the Sapporo Snow Festival dates to 1950, when school students created just six ice sculptures for a one-day event but ended up attracting over a 1,000 people. The festival eventually became extremely popular.   The Odori site located in Odori Park is the main area for viewing the larger and impressive sculptures, while the Susukino Site usually displays over hundred crystal-like sculptures – statues of famous figures or buildings can be seen too. The lights create an almost ethereal glow at night but are just as beautiful during the day too. While you're there, don’t forget to take part in fun activities to beat the cold winter – such as ice skating or take an exciting ride down the popular Tsu Dome Slide.   2) Sendai Tanabata Mature   Picture Credit - www.deviantart.com The Sendai Tanabata Masturi also known as the Star Festival, is another one to add to your list of Japanese festivals that you cannot miss. One of the largest and popular festivals in Japan, it is held in Sendai from 6th to 8th August. Tanabata celebrates the meeting of the stars Altair and Vega (known as Orihime and Hikoboshi in Japan) that are separated by the Milky Way.   You will see colourful hand-crafted streamers which represent threads of a loom decorating bamboo poles which will be situated along brightly lit shopping arcades and streets, creating a beautiful effect throughout the city. It’s traditional for people to write wishes and hang them on a bamboo branch with other paper decorations that represent prosperity and ward off bad luck. You can also enjoy live entertainment, stage performances and traditional food at festival spaces in Kotodai Park and other surrounding parks.   3) Tokushima Awa Dori Festival   Picture Credit - yourguidetojapan.weebly.comAwa Dori  is one of the largest dance festivals in the world and one of the most exciting seasonal festivals in Japan. It is held from 12th to 15th August every year and is part of the unique festivals only found in Japan that will give visitors a memorable experience.   The dance style originates from the Kamakura period. Origins of the parade date back to the 1500s where celebrations of the Tokushima Castle opening ceremony resulted in the townsfolk forming a lively impromptu procession. A procession of traditional dancers dressed in coloured yukatas perform the nagashi dance during daytime with musicians playing drums, gongs, flutes and three-stringed instruments on the streets of the Tokushima Prefecture. You can also watch the more upbeat zomeki dance performed at night.   4) Tottori Shan Shan Matsuri   Picture Credit - www.somecatfromjapan.com   Also known as the Umbrella Festival, Shan Shan Matsuri is one of the more unique festivals only found in Japan that is held in the Tottori Prefecture in August. The word ‘shan shan’ refers to the sound of jingling bells on the umbrellas. The festival is based on the legend dating back to the Edo period where an old man danced during the drought season and prayed to a village god for rain.   You can witness a parade of dancers dressed in yukatas twirling decorative paper umbrellas and Japanese swords. Hundreds and thousands of dancers would rotate their colourful hand-made umbrella, to make pleasant chimes from the bells to complement the beautifully formed rainbow drawing on their umbrella.   5) Aomori Nebuta Matsuri   Picture Credit - www.kyuhoshi.comAomori Nebuta Matsuri is one of the largest and most exciting seasonal festivals in Japan that attract large numbers of tourists from around the world to Aomori prefecture in Japan. This festival is held from 2nd to 7th August annually and is definitely one of the most anticipated festivals in the country. Many have heard of the legends behind this festival, but the true historical origin of the festival remains unknown.   This festival is well-known for its brightly lit up floats of warriors (which the word ‘nebuta' refers to), dancers dressed in haneto costumes and musicians playing flutes and drums. The colourful and expressive floats are inspired by mythology or kabuki plays, and are carried by ropes through a designated route in Aomori city. The floats look especially spectacular at night and you can enjoy an amazing display of fireworks that will mark the end of the festival on the final night.   Exciting seasonal festivals in Japan are a wonderful experience that you simply cannot miss since you can't find them anywhere else. So do look up some festival dates when planning your next vacation! ...

  • Getting To and Getting Around Semboku City, Japan

    Planning a trip to Semboku City in Japan? Here’s a guide with everything you need to know in regards to getting to the city and getting around it! Shinkansen Bullet Train The most popular mode of transportation to the city is the Shinkansen bullet train. Tourists in Tokyo, Sendai, Akita and Morioka can all use the Shinkansen bullet train to get to the gateway of Semboku, Tazawako Station or the JR Kakunodate Station. The train from Tokyo leaves hourly and takes approximately 3 hours and 15 minutes to JR Kakunodate Station while the journey from Akita to Kakunodate Station will take around 45 minutes. Tourists traveling from Sendai will have to spend around one and a half hours aboard the train, while Morioka to JR Kakunodate Station takes roughly 45 minutes. Those planning on using the bullet train to get to Semboku, should book their seats in advance, as seats on the bullet train need to be reserved. The Japan Rail Pass can also be used to travel on the bullet train. Visitors planning on getting to the Tazawako Station instead of JR Kakunodate, will take around 15 minutes less from each of the destinations mentioned above, if they travel by Shinkansen bullet train. The station has a bus terminal as well, which is quite convenient for tourists as they can travel by bus to all the top sightseeing spots in the city. The station also houses a tourist information center, which tourists may want to visit for more information regarding sites and travel routes. Traveling By Car Another option for tourists would be to travel by car. It is however sure to take much longer to get to Semboku City by road. Especially for those traveling from Tokyo; as they will have to use the expressway and then switch over to the highway from Morioka onwards. Since the travel time from Tokyo to Semboku City is roughly 8 to 9 hours by road, tourists may want to choose to travel by bullet train to get to the city in much less time. While tourists traveling from Akita or Morioka, choosing to travel by road could be considered, as the time taken is not much different from the train. Once you have reached Semboku City, one of the most beautiful parts of Akita prefecture, tourists will want to explore as much of the city as possible. The city consists of three main towns or areas, which are Tazawako Town, Kakunodate Town and Nishiki Village. Home to hot springs, majestic mountains and wonderful lakes, Semboku has something for everyone, especially those interested in what nature has to offer. Getting about in the city and visiting the major sites in the city will not be a problem since they are all accessible by road. Tourists could either hop onto one of the buses or travel by car to some of the must-see sites. Certain sites are accessible by foot as well. Since one of the best ways to explore a city is by foot, do take the time to walk around each town and get a closer look at what each has to offer. Click here for more travel information on Semboku City . ...



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    Sana092

    I found this mosque. Please correct the address it is 7-24 hachiman.