Jan 30, 2020
International students at Rikkyo University’s College of Intercultural Communication make Halal Map around Ikebukuro Station
International students at the College of Intercultural Communication of Rikkyo University made “Halal Map” on restaurants serving halal food—sanctioned by Islamic law—around the JR Ikebukuro Station near its campus.
Before putting recommended restaurants on the map, SEA members visited them and tasted their dishes themselves.
The members also received advice from faculty members of the college and well-informed persons to make sure the map becomes a reliable source of information on halal food to help Muslim students come to and study in Japan without unnecessary anxieties.
College of Intercultural Communication and activities in cooperation with the local community
About the Southeast Asia Group (SEA)
- Distribution of the halal map:
A Halal Map made by the College of Intercultural Communication, Rikkyo University
- The Singapore liaison office of the College of Intercultural Communication is distributing copies of the map to high school students considering studying in Japan.
- Copies of the map have been sent to Muslim students scheduled to come to Japan and study at Rikkyo University from the college’s partner universities.
- The map is available at the university’s International Office for international students currently studying in Japan.
Oct 01, 2020