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Japanese Cuisine: Halal or Haram?

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  • Zurriana

    Hi, nice article. please brief me more. Tq

  • anny

    Thank you very much for the article, I want to ask a question, please tell me why sashimi end suchi becomes haram?

    • Mezzy

      This is because most of the sushi, sashimi and also tempura ingredients contain mirin and sake. Yes, even in Tempura dough, they sometimes pour sake in it. The best things is to avoid eating sushi and etc in Japan since most of the sushi shop using it, you also have to be careful when consume shoyu , some of it are non-halal.