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Halal restaurant in Hokkaido, Japan.

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Halal restaurant in Hokkaido, Japan.

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Japan, Hokkaido Prefecture, Abuta District, Rusutsu, Izumikawa, 13, ルスツリゾート ノースウイング

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+81 136-46-3331

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  • Plan To Travel After Covid-19? Here Are 12 Reasons Why You Should Travel To Japan!

    The COVID-19 situation has resulted in a travel ban in some countries. Usually, around this time of the year, many people would have planned for their next holiday! Given the situation currently, we can only plan for our next trip once the situation gets better. But hey, planning for a trip can be exciting too! And if you are still struggling to decide which destination you should go to once it is safe to travel again, then we recommend Japan! I, myself, have my destination set for Japan next, and if you do too, then great! Japan has always been one of the popular destinations amongst tourists especially with the increasing Muslim-friendly services here. Here are 12 reasons why Japan should be your next destination after the Covid-19 pandemic! via GIPHY Also Read: Looking For Accommodation? Bunk in These 7 Muslim-Friendly Ryokans in Japan! 1. Natural Wonders of Japan Image Credit: Walter Mario Stein on Unsplash Japan is not all about city life. Apart from all the modernity and advanced technology tagged to its image, Japan holds an incredible natural landscape. We can never forget about the iconic Mount Fuji when it comes to the natural landscape in Japan. Who can also forget Arashiyama's Bamboo Forest, one of the must-visit places when you are in Osaka or Kyoto area. There are so many other incredible natural wonders in Japan that you should check out! Fit them in your itinerary and get awestruck by the view! 2. Rich Culture and Tradition Image Credit: Aya Salman on Unsplash The culture in Japan has evolved throughout the years. But walk down some streets and alleys in Japan, and you can still see the traditional elements. Japan, to me, is a fusion of traditional and modernity. Apart from being picturesque, there are so many things to see and learn in Japan. Japan's popular culture has brought about global recognition, such as anime and manga. Not to forget traditional art appreciation like Japanese painting, calligraphy, and Ikebana (Japanese flower arrangement). I have always been interested in Kimono, not only from the way of wearing one but also from the prints and textiles. It is a great experience to don one too! Japan's rich culture and tradition is definitely one of the reasons why you should visit the country if you haven't!  3. Halal Food Image Credit: Helga Christina on Unsplash Often, I was asked this question from my peers: "Is it easy to find Halal food in Japan?" Let me assure you that it is, and it has gotten better! Comparing my trip in 2013 to the recent ones in 2019, sourcing for Halal food has gotten easier. The food industry in Japan has embraced Halal gastronomy and it will continue to grow in the nearest future. The best thing about traveling is trying local delicacies and food. Think about the authentic taste of Sushi, Ramen and Udon. This should be one of the reasons to get you excited to explore Japan! For more information on where you can locate Halal food in Japan, you can refer to this. 4. Transportation Image Credit: Ian Matyssik on Unsplash You must have heard about how accurate and efficient Japan's transportation is. And this is always true. The only time I had to wait for the train to arrive was due to a snowstorm and an accident during my previous visit. The accurate and "on-time" transportation timings really help in planning for your trip. Also, Japan is highly accessible; it is easy to get from one place to another via public transportation. Which gets me to my next point. Japan's railway system might be intimidating and confusing to many. With so many lines, different train companies, and different train categories, it can be overwhelming at times. We suggest proper planning and if possible, prepare your Google maps for ease! I myself feel the need to rely on Google Maps all the time as it helps in determining the platform number, train line, and category. Either way, it will be a great adventure and experience for you!  5. Entertainment Image Credit: Megan McClain on Unsplash If you are in a J-pop fandom, it is likely for you to travel to and fro Japan to watch concerts of your favorite groups. Even for fans of Japanese Anime, traveling to Japan is like a dream come true. Take, for example, Akihabara, a town in Tokyo, which is filled with various products of Japanese popular culture; you will have endless choices of merchandise and goods to choose from. For all of you fans of the Pokémon franchise, don't forget to visit the Pokémon centers of Tokyo here! And it is definitely way cheaper to buy it straight from the country of origin.  Other than that, Japan is also home to the popular Studio Ghibli. If you are a fan of these classic Japanese animation films, don't miss out on the Studio Ghibli museum in Mitaka! My advice? Just make sure you have enough baggage weight to bring back all of these goods!  6. Accommodation Image Credit: Jack Zhang on Unsplash Japan has various kinds of accommodation available for all types of travelers. Capsule hotel was first developed in Japan, and its concept has been adopted in other countries. Apart from hostels and hotels, you can always opt for apartments. I remember how Airbnb wasn't vastly used back then, and there tend to be some mishaps. As most rental apartments need to be registered under the Japanese Government, it's relatively easier to trust booking accommodations through Airbnb nowadays. The most exciting part is, you can try living among the locals while booking accommodation via Airbnb. If these still don't excite you, why not stay in a traditional Japanese tatami house or Ryokans (Traditional Japanese Inns)? These accommodations offer you the full traditional Japanese experience of relaxation and most importantly, there are some Ryokans that provide Muslim-friendly services in Japan! What an experience it will be!  7. Top Cities to Visit Image Credit: Alexander Smagin on Unsplash Each city in Japan has its own uniqueness, bringing about endless choices to explore. Top destinations like Tokyo and Osaka no longer needs an introduction. If you need a break from Tokyo, you can always visit Hakone, which is famous for its hot spring and scenic view. Sapporo, the capital city of Hokkaido, is popular for its snow festival held annually in February. Or visit Hiroshima, one of the historical cities in Japan. Whichever city you decided to visit, it will definitely be a great one!Also Read: The Best Muslim-Friendly Destinations in Japan 8. Japan's Four Seasons Image Credit: AJ on Unsplash For someone who is born and raised in a country with no seasonal change, I am always looking forward to traveling to countries with the four different seasons. Japan has a remarkable view and exciting activities to do all seasons. It is known to be one of the best destinations to view cherry blossoms in spring. But it does not stop there. Christmas is always magical in Japan with lightings and illuminations during winter. Meanwhile, you can catch festivals in summer like the Matsuri festivals and witness the trees turn into pretty shades of orange and yellow foliage as it approaches autumn. Are you tempted to visit Japan yet?  9. Amusement Parks Image Credit: Ester Marie Doysabas on Unsplash Homed to renowned Universal Studio Japan and Disneyland, this should be one of the reasons to travel to Japan! Most travelers would have this in their bucket list as both of these amusement parks are popular tourist attractions! These theme parks are also places where you can get souvenirs for your loved ones! Don't forget to put on those cute Disney Ears Hats and headbands before making your way to Disneyland! Either you are jumping on the bandwagon as a tourist, or you just want to have some fun, you will make great memories here!  10. Convenience Store (Konbini) Image Credit: Joan Tran on Unsplash If there's one thing that should excite you to travel to Japan, it's the convenience store, also known as Konbini! It's not only 7-11 chains that you can find here, but there are also Family Mart, Lawson and Sunkus. Unlike the supermarket, they are opened 24/7 and don't be surprised to find one at almost every location. Your choices here are not limited to food and drinks; you can also find everyday items like cosmetics, toiletries, and stationeries. They also provide services like ATM machines, photocopy and printing services and ticketing machines for various activities like concerts and amusement parks. And did I mention that it is the best place to go to if you are lost? Apart from refreshing yourself, you can also ask the shopkeeper for directions as they tend to have a map around the area and may be able to help you.  11. 100yen Shops Image Credit: Hamish Duncan on Unsplash Dare I say this is one of the best places to shop for anything? Even if it's necessary or not! You can find various items here like household products and craft items. Each store holds different products, so if you're lucky, you might find some hidden gem somewhere. There are also other chains like 3coins and the renowned Daiso, which is always crowded given its popularity amongst tourists. I can spend hours going from aisle to aisle browsing items and trust me, it's the best place to get souvenirs too! If you are lucky enough, you can even find Japan-made products which make great souvenirs to take home for your family and friends. 12. A Safe Country Image Credit: Lilian Luk on Unsplash Japan is known for being a generally safe country. As it is one of the safest countries in the world, there should be fewer things to worry about and you could walk around the cities with ease, even at night. Nonetheless, even though Japan is known for its low crime rate, this doesn't mean that we can be too comfortable as a tourist. Travel safety still applies, and it should always be our top priority.   Also Read: 10 Main Shopping Enclaves in Shibuya - Japan! Japan is worth visiting at least once in your lifetime. There are so many things to do and see, be it solo, with friends or with your family. I am sure these 12 reasons will get you all excited to choose Japan as your next destination after the Covid-19 pandemic because it sure does for me (again!).  via GIPHY ...

  • Start Planning For Your Trip To Japan This 2019 Because The Rugby World Cup Is About To Take The World By Storm

    If you thought FIFA was big, think again. The Rugby World Cup is coming in 2019 and you have to start preparing for it now. If travelling to Japan was not on your 2019 travel bucket list, it better go on immediately. Like any other World Cup, it is hosted once in 4 years, the first tournament being held in Australia and New Zealand in 1987, with New Zealand taking the championship. Since then, there have been seven others, the last one taking place in 2013 in England and Wales. If you were wondering where to travel in 2019, look no further. When and Where are the Games Held 2019 will see the Rugby World Cup dates in Japan, from the 20th of September to 2nd of November 2019. The games will be held in 12 cities across Japan, the grand final being played at Yokohoma Stadium. Going almost every day from the 20th of September, these are the cities to plan your travel around: Tokyo, Sapporo, YokohamaCity, Higashiosaka City, Toyota City, Kumagaya City, Kamaishi City, Fukuoka City, Kobe City, Shizuola Prefecture, Oita Prefecture and Kumamoto City. The Teams Playing The countries are divided into four groups: Pool A: Japan, Russia, Ireland, Scotland, Samoa, Pool B: New Zealand, South Africa, Italy, Africa 1, Repechage winner Pool C: France, Argentina, England, Tonga, USA, Pool D: Australia, Fiji, Wales, Georgia, Uruguay Picture Credit: Rugby World Cup How to Buy Tickets You can buy the Rugby World Cup 2019 tickets from September onwards – one year before the event – through the official website. The 19th of September to the 12th of November 2018 will see general global ballot applications, while individual tickets will be sold through the site in real time on a first-come first-serve basis from the 19th of January 2019. Refer to the ticket prices here. Tickets and Packages Picture Credit: Rugby World Cup Support Tours The Sports Travel and Hospitality has been exclusively appointed to run the Programme for Rugby World Cup 2019, Japan. An Official Supporter Tours Programme with Official Travel Agents in different countries has been allotted to avoid disappointment of being played out by fraudulent businesses. Whether you approach a travel agent or they approach you, do check the official website to make sure they are on the list. The Official Supporter Tours Programme book your tickets along with package tours, but you can buy the ticket by itself through the official website. Facilities Offered Different travel agents provide different facilities for their Rugby World Cup 2019 packages. Here are some ideas of what to expect: match tickets (depending on your length of stay, your package can cover multiple matches), accommodation, breakfast, travel card, Japan Government tax, administration and handling fees, some World Cup paraphernalia. Prices will vary based on the star rating of hotel provided and the cities the matches are held in. Don’t wait too long as packages are already selling out! It is the perfect opportunity to be traveling around Japan – during Rugby World Cup 2019. Muslim-friendly Facilities Since the packages provided are pretty basic, there aren’t any Muslim-particular facilities included. You are free to explore the cities at your own convenience, however, so, to make a Halal trip to Japan, be sure to look into what the city has to offer, as well as the Muslim population, halal food available, and places to pray.  Download the HalalTrip App if you haven’t already to help you locate all things Islamic for your Muslim-friendly tour to Japan! Leave a trail based on your own findings for others to follow in the future. With New Zealand having taken the cup thrice, Australia and South Africa twice, and England once in all the Rugby World Cups ever played, other countries will be fighting hard for the right to hold that trophy over their heads and claim the title. Will you be there to see it?...

  • 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!...

  • Take on these 5 Adventurous Sports in Hokkaido!

    Hokkaido could be identified as the winter wonderland of Japan; hence it is one of the great places to enjoy some of the best winter sports activities in Hokkaido. Due to the amazing level of good quality snowfall experienced in the area, it has become one of the popular locations where many winter adventurers gather to enjoy the best winter experiences they could ever dream of. Here are some of the top adventure sports we recommend you to try for unforgettable winter experiences you must complete in Hokkaido and the best spots to enjoy adventurous travel during Hokkaido winter.   Niseko When you explore all the must go adventurous places in Hokkaido winter season, Niseko ski area is one stop not to be missed. The entire area has many resorts located nearby giving you ample amounts of opportunities to pick the most exciting activities to engage in. Skiing and snowboarding are by far some of the most famous things to do in Hokkaido in December and as you visit the Niseko village you would be able to obtain a single pass to enjoy time in Niseko Hirafu, Niseko Village and Niseko Annupuri, which are collectively known as Niseko United. Since the area is used to welcoming many foreigners arriving for their adventurous travel during Hokkaido winter, you would not have to worry about language constraints and there are several areas that rent out all the equipment you would need. There are also plenty of accommodation options and restaurants to choose from making such a visit one of the best winter experiences you must complete in Hokkaido. Click Here For more Information on Niseko   Furano Furano is a beautiful location that is well known for being covered by beautiful lavender fields in the summer and creamy snow cover during the winter. As the area receives heavy snowfall during winter it is another great spot to enjoy winter sports activities in Hokkaido. For those of you who are looking for an adventure mixed with a traditional Japanese experience, this would be the ideal stop for you.   Rusutsu Rusutsu is one of the largest ski resorts in Hokkaido. The entire area spans over the East Mountain, West Mountain, and Mount Isola. Since there are numerous courses, you would not have to worry about having to stay in line to enjoy your favorite winter sports activities in Hokkaido. In addition to skiing and snowboarding, you can also enjoy other activities like snowshoeing and horseback riding as well.   Sapporo Winter Sports Museum Taking a break from all the adventurous travel during Hokkaido winter you could take time to visit the Sapporo Winter Sports Museum where you can learn so much about the history of winter sports. There are several exhibits and resource area where you can learn about the Sapporo Winter Olympics as well. It is also one of the must go adventurous places in Hokkaido winter as you can have so much fun in the interactive areas where you can try out simulations of winter sports like ice hockey, speed skating and ski jumping among many others. Click Here for more Information on Sapporo Sapporo Snow Festival Visiting the Sapporo Yuki Matsuri or snow festival is one of the best winter experiences you must complete in Hokkaido. Held annually during a week in February, the festival comes alive with huge ice and snow sculptures decorating the entire area and there are several food stalls and entertaining games you can look forward to enjoying. Be sure to download the HalalTrip Islamic Travel App for your Halal travel to Japan,, to help locate Halal restaurants and Mosques nearby....

  • Shop Till You Drop - 10 Best Shopping Malls in Hokkaido

    When in Hokkaido, Japan, the northernmost of Japan’s main islands, and the country’s coldest region, shopping will surely drive away the cold and keep you warm and running! Hokkaido is known for its volcanoes, natural hot springs and ski areas. However, a popular answer to ‘what to do in Hokkaido?’, is also ‘shopping’. With its variety and range of retail outlets and shopping malls designed for the shopaholic - from high-end designer wear to affordable shopping malls, Hokkaido offers shoppers of varying budgets a super choice to shop till you drop.   One of the most popular cities is Sapporo where one is spoilt for choice of shopping malls and department stores. However, for those Muslim tourists going to other cities such as Asahikawa and Hakodate, there are some good shopping places here too.     So, while on your Halal friendly travel to Hokkaido, try out these 10 most famous shopping malls and enjoy an experience like no other!   1. Parco Shopping Center | Odori Shopping District | Sapporo Picture Credit - www.matcha-jp.com   Parco has 19 shopping centres across Japan. The Parco Sapporo shopping centre has close to 140 shops and eateries across floors B2 to the 8th. The range of goods and services are wide and varied, from lifestyle, cosmetics, accessories to clothing for men; women and children, and restaurants and cafes. The shopping centre also features stores by fashion brands like COMME Des GARÇONS, CABANE De ZUCCA and BAO BAO by ISSEY MIYAKE.   Address: 3 Chome Minami 2 Jōnishi, Chūō-ku, Sapporo-shi, Hokkaidō 060-0062, Japan   Hours of Operation:   Shops: Monday - Friday, Sunday 10:00 am to 08:00 pm | Saturday 10:00 am to 08:30 pm Restaurants: Monday – Sunday 11:00 am to 11:00 pm Starbucks Coffee Shop: Monday – Sunday 7:30 am to 11:00 pm   Public Transport Access: a 3-minute walk from Odori Station *Subway Namboku Line, Tozai Line, Toho Line a 1-minute walk from Shiden Nishi-yonchome Station Directly connected to Pole Town Underground Shopping Mall a 10-minute walk from Subway Namboku Line Sapporo Station   2. Mitsukoshi Shopping Complex | Odori Shopping District | Sapporo Picture Credit - www.japanshopping.org   This is a long established Mitsukoti shopping complex in the famed Odori district of Sapporo. Offering a range of luxury goods from branded clothing to food, there is also a currency exchange available to Muslim travellers. The complete product range includes groceries, confectionary, cosmetics, Western and Japanese style clothing, jewellery, and home appliances. The Shopping Complex also offers a range of restaurants, cafés and fast food outlets serving various cuisines.   Address: Sapporo Central District, Minami 1 Nishi 3-8, Hokkaido   Hours of Operation:   Daily including Holidays: 10:00 am to 07:00 pm Closed: January 1st and 2nd   Public Transport Access:    Subway Odori Station Exit 12, 13     3. Mitsui Outlet Park | Sapporo Kita-Hiroshima Picture Credit - www.sapporo.travel The Mitsui Outlet Park is the largest outlet mall in the Hokkaido/Tohoku area which is famous for its global brands like Jimmy Choo, Michael Kors, United Arrows, Coach, Polo Ralph Lauren, and many more. There is a range of shopping for clothes, bags & shoes, watches and accessories, sports and outdoor, fashion goods to gourmet foods. There are also many restaurants and cafes, where shoppers can take a break and rest between the shopping marathon.   Free luggage storage lockers available for shoppers as well. Address: 3-7-6 Omagari Saiwai-cho, Kitahiroshima City, Hokkaido   Hours of Operation:   Shops: Monday to Sunday 10:00 am to 08:00 pm Restaurants: Monday to Sunday 11:00 am to 09:00 pm (Last order varies by shop) Food Court: Monday to Sunday 10:30 am to 09:00 pm (Last order 08:30 pm)   Public Transport Access:   Recommended Direct 50-minute bus from Sapporo Station Recommended Direct 30-minute bus from New Chitose Airport     4. Paseo Shopping Mall | JR Sapporo Train Station Picture Credit - www.sapporostation.com The Paseo Mall is located right outside the JR Sapporo Train Station. Considered one of the oldest shopping centres in Sapporo, it is divided into the East and West sides of the Station. The Eastern side is filled with several floors of boutiques and designer clothing, accessories and other products, while the Western side has drugstores, cheap restaurants, and even tourist information on the ground floor. This is a must-visit mall while on your Halal trip to Hokkaido. Address: Kita 6 Jo Nishi 2 Chome, Kita-ku, Sapporo City, Hokkaido   Hours of Operation:   Shopping: Monday to Sunday 10:00 am to 09:00 pm Restaurants and Cafés: Monday to Sunday 11:00 am to 10:00 pm (Note: Hours of Operation differ store to store)   Public Transport Access: Directly connected to JR Sapporo Train Station: 36 minutes from New Chitose Airport JR Rapid (Airport) 80 minutes from Asahikawa Station Super Express (L Tokkyu Kamui) 28 minutes from Otaru Station JR Rapid (Airport) Subway: Directly connected to the Sapporo Station through the Nanboku Line and the Toho Line Bus: Directly connected to Sapporo Station Bus Terminal Directly connected to JR Sapporo Station from the Sapporo Station North Exit Bus Terminal 1-minute walk to the Tokyu Department Store south side from the front of Sapporo Station Taxi: At both Sapporo Station South and North Exit Private Vehicles: Parking available for a fee       5. Sapporo Stellar Place | JR Sapporo Train Station   Picture Credit - www.uu-hokkaido.com   The Southern half of Sapporo Station has several floors of shops with balconies which overlook an enclosed open-air piazza, with a movie theatre on the seventh floor. There are close to 220 stores offering goods and services for the entire family. Shops include clothes, cosmetics, health and beauty care, book and music stores, and restaurants and cafés that serve a variety of cuisines. All the popular fashion brands are also available. Address: Kita 5 Jo Nishi 2 Chome, Chuo-ku, Sapporo City, Hokkaido, Japan   Hours of Operation:   Shopping: Daily 10:00 am to 09:00 pm Dining: Daily 11:00 am to 11:00 pm   (Note: Hours of Operation differ store to store)   Public Transport Access:   Directly connected to JR Sapporo Train Station: 36 minutes from New Chitose Airport JR Rapid (Airport) 80 minutes from Asahikawa Station Super Express (L Tokkyu Kamui) 28 minutes from Otaru Station JR Rapid (Airport)   Subway: Directly connected to the Sapporo Station through the Nanboku Line and the Toho Line   Bus: Directly connected to Sapporo Station Bus Terminal Directly connected to JR Sapporo Station from the Sapporo Station North Exit Bus Terminal 1-minute walk to the Tokyu Department Store south side from the front of Sapporo Station   Taxi: At both Sapporo Station South and North Exit   Private Vehicles: Parking available for a fee     6. Daimaru Department Store | | JR Sapporo Train Station Picture Credit - www.sapporostation.com   Located in the Southwest section of the Station, this is another building opposite to the ESTA, bordering the Sapporo Station’s outdoor plaza. The Daimaru is inundated with luxury brands such as Hermes, Bulgari, Tiffany’s, and Gucci to name a few together with gourmet sweet booths and food stands, fresh food stalls and a quality restaurant on the top-most floor. Special events are organized for seasonal celebrations and festivities that can be enjoyed by visitors.   The department store even has a prayer room for Muslim travellers, making it a must-visit mall during your Halal-friendly travel to Hokkaido. Address: 4-7 Kitagojyo Nishi, Chuo-ku, Sapporo-shi, Hokkaido   Hours of Operation: Shopping: Daily 10:00 am to 09:00 pm Dining: Daily 11:00 am to 11:00 pm Stores/Shops & Art Gallery: Daily 10:00 am to 08:00 pm Daimaru Restaurant Area: Daily 11:00 am to 10:00 pm Temomin, UCC Café, Comfort Stationery, Office Supplies, Pokemon Center Sapporo: Daily 10:00 am to 10:00 pm Closed: January 1st   Public Transport Access: Directly connected to JR Sapporo Train Station     7. Sapporo Factory | Sapporo Picture Credit - www.japan-guide.com   The Sapporo factory located in the city, is a shopping mall separated into three main zones - Nijo and Sanjo areas in the mall sell clothes, footwear, home items, while the Renga area sells local handicrafts and souvenirs. Many consider the Sapporo Factory as one of the top Hokkaido shopping malls that is the ideal place to purchase uniquely Japanese goods. Address: 4 Chome Kita 2 Johigashi, Chuo, Sapporo, Hokkaido   Hours of Operation:   Shopping: Daily 10:00 am to 08:00 pm Restaurant: Daily 11:00 am to 10:00 pm (Note: Hours of Operation differ store to store)   Public Transport Access:   Subway: 3-minute walk from the Tozai Line "in front of bus centre" station from Exit 8   Bus: Hokkaido Chuo Bus factory line "Sapporo factory"   Private Vehicles: Parking available for a fee     8. Rera Chitose Outlet Mall | Chitose | Sapporo Picture Credit - www.map.uu-hokkaido.jp   Chitose, where you would land if visiting Sapporo, is around an hour’s drive from the city. The Rera Chitose Outlet Mall is an open-air outlet mall and the largest in Hokkaido with more than 400 brands under one roof. There are more than 140 shops that offer goods ranging from clothes, shoes, sports goods, homeware and accessories. Special events are also regularly held at the Mall. The mall offers some great discounts as well. This would be the ideal place to visit on your return journey to the airport… just don’t lose track of time and miss your flight!   Address: 1-2-1 Kashiwadai-Minami, Chitose City, Hokkaido   Hours of Operation:   Daily 10:00 am to 07:00 pm   Public Transport Access:   From New Chitose Airport a free shuttle bus runs every 30 minutes and arrives in about 10 minutes 35 minutes from Sapporo Station by JR trains, Close to Chitose Junction on the highway and the Tomakomai ferry platforms     9. Marui Imai | Sapporo Main Store Picture Credit - www.japanshopping.org   One of Hokkaido's oldest department stores the Marui Imai has a variety of luxury brand of clothing and fashion accessories and also sells Hokkaido’s regional delicacies.   Address: Minami 1-jo, Nishi 2-Chome, Chuo-ku, Sapporo-shi, Hokkaido   Hours of Operation:   Daily 10:00 am to 07:00 pm Closed: January 1st   Public Transport Access:   Subway Odori Station Exit 20, 22 & 33     10. Aeon Stores and Malls | Asahikawa, Sapporo Hiraoka & Tomakomai Picture Credit - www.aeonmall.com   Considered a favourite shopping stop in Japan with stores, malls and supermarkets spread across the country, the Aeon brand stores and malls in the Hokkaido Prefecture offer a wide range of good from clothing, accessories, home appliances, groceries and so much more to shoppers from all walks of life. The main malls in Hokkaido are in Asahikawa near the station, Sapporo Hiraoka & Tomakomai. The Aeon Malls would be a good place to look for unique Japanese souvenirs and gift items to buy while on your Halal trip in Hokkaido.   Hours of Operation:   Most of the stores and malls are open daily from 09:00 am to 09:00 pm. Some have different opening hours.   Public Transport Access:   Most of the Stores and Malls are close to Train Stations   Halal Food and Restaurants: It is not clear if these restaurants and cafés in these malls offer Halal food. However, Japan is famous for its seafood and sushi. So, please check with the restaurants before placing an order on the Halal status of food items. However, Hokkaido does have a range of Halal restaurants situated in close proximity to their main attraction areas. Download the HalalTrip app to look for Halal food and restaurants. ...



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