The emerging demand for Halal-Certified eateries in Japan is growing rapidly due to the increasing number of Muslim residents and tourists. It is expected to hit one million by 2020, nearly threefold growth from 2012 to 2016 was recorded, indicating the potential business opportunities that the Halal sector has in the Japan Market. So, it’s time to visit Japan to find out how to capture these business opportunities.

News Articles on the Muslim Market in Japan


In collaboration with Japan Productivity Centre, Singapore Productivity Centre (SGPC) will be organising a study mission to Tokyo, Japan to learn about the potential of the  Japanese food market and how you can capture the growing Muslim market through exclusive visits to local Halal-Certified restaurants. In addition, we will learn from local companies on how they leverage on innovative channels to counter changing consumer demands and growing their market share.

Some local Halal-Certified Restaurants we will visit:

Learn how Hanasaka ji-san is able to stand out as a Halal-Certified Restaurant in Japan with over 1,000 Muslims diners yearly

Understand how MalayChan catered to the Muslim diners in Japan using ingredients from Malaysia to serve authentic Malay food


Who Should Sign Up

F&B Owners who are interested in expanding their halal-certified business to the growing Muslim market in Japan

Why Sign Up

  • Gain a better understanding on the benefits of entering the Japan market
  • Receive advice from local halal-certified restaurants
  • Strategies to leverage on innovative channels that capture attention


Click here to download the Itinerary


S$5,900* (exclude GST & airfare)

*Participants are entitled to Double Tax Deduction Scheme. For more information, please refer to Double Tax Deduction Scheme.

For more information, please contact:
Tel:      6745 5833