From the first day we stayed in Tokyo, Japan, my roommate and I resorted to munching on dried biscuits and Maggi as means to curb hunger. Our stay at the hotel didn't include breakfast and it still costs us RM500++ per night.LOL.
But finding out that there was a Halal restaurant just in the Makuhari area where the conference was held has delighted us more than words can say. You could simply put it as 'in the state of oblivion'!
We first went there right after the conference on the 1st day to avoid rush hour and went AGAIN for the 2nd time for lunch. Hahaha... we thought we'd never find another HALAL food after that!
|It was a LONG walk from Makuhari Messe to AEON Makuhari Shopping Center.|
Japan is famous for its various exquisite oriental food. Too bad it isn't halal. T_T
So only one restaurant was lucky to have us that day. It is located at the second floor food-court inside the AEON Makuhari Shopping Center. (refer to map above)
|Named Star Kebab|
The guy who was on duty that day was a friendly Arabic guy (me think he's Arab). And he cheerfully explained that some of the menus were halal and some non-halal.
|My roommie was a bit skeptic when she heard they were serving two types..|
Soon enough we understood what the guy meant by browsing the menus.
|Can you differentiate which meal is Halal and which is not?|
|Now can you see the HALAL word? LOL.|
Here's a picture of the cute guy (eh?) smiling for the camera. =p
|Cute ehhh??? Hope he doesn't read this blog. HAHA.|
Especially when I get to eat FOOD like below.......
|Finally... food I can eat without HESITATION in JAPAN!!!|
I basically goggled up all the food without any care of the world! We had a few glances from onlookers mostly because we were the only Hijabi garbed women in the food court. HAHA! Well who cares?
OK... enough of Day 3. Sorry for the very late update. I had to balik kampong due to unforeseen reasons. Do forgive me. Have 3 more days to blog about! Till then...
Thankyou for reading!!!