“Gurunavi” Endowed Chair in Future Food, Tokyo Institute of Technology.
The 3rd International Symposium on Food Halalness.
– Halal as Religious Practices and Muslim-Friendly Service in Japan –
2nd Feb 2016, It’s held at Kuramae Hall, Tokyo Tech Front.
Program were as follows;
How to Welcome Muslims without Halal Certification
Dr. ARATA, Mariko (Associate Professor, “Gurunavi” Endowed Chair, Tokyo Institute of Technology)
*Part 1. Halal from Religious Perspective
=The Fundamentals of Halal –A New Approach His Eminence
Mustafa Ceri (Grand Mufti of Bosnia and Herzegovina; President of the World Bosniak Congress)
=Food and Eating from Islamic Perspective
Dr. YAGI, Kumiko (Professor. Tokyo University of Foreign Studies Graduate School)
*Part 2. Muslim Friendly Services in Japan and Muslim Consumers’ Perspective
=From Muslim Students’ Perspective
Ms. Nabila Sabrina (Graduate Student, Tokyo Institute of Technology)
Dr. SAI, Yukari (Lecturer, Waseda University)
=The Art and Science of Pleasing Halal Customers in Japan
Dr. Jonathan WILSON (Programme Director, Postgraduate Marketing Suite, University of Greenwich, London, UK)
=Will Return to Basics of Halal Make Life Difficult in Japan?
Mr. Aquil Ahmed Siddiqui (President, Japan Islamic Trust)
=A Japanese Muslim’s Experience and Activities of the Japan Muslim Association
Mr. ENDO, Toshio (Executive Director, Japan Muslim Association / Chairman, the Domestic Committee for Halal)
*Part 3. Information Disclosure in Horeca Business and Tours in Japan
=Hospitality for Muslim Tourists
Mr. Mosa Hideshi Matsui (President, Miyako International Tourist Co.,Ltd; Vice president, NPO Japan Halal Association)
=Reliable Communication with Consideration of Consumer Diversity –from a Practical Study of Food Pictograms
Mr. KIKUCHI, Nobutaka (NPO*INTERNASHOKUNAL(*Specified Nonprofit Corporation))
=Key for Easing Muslim Travelers’ Concern on Food –from a Practical Study by Gurunavi Research Institute
Mr. HOMPO, Yoshiaki (Professor, Tokyo Institute of Technology)