Halal means “permissible,” and Halal food is food that adheres to Islamic law, as defined in the Koran. As visitors and residents from Muslim countries, especially from Indonesia, in Japan increase the availability of services to provide for their needs also increase. It is now possible to find prayer rooms and Halal food in most international airports in Japan, and shops selling Halal foods are making it simpler for people to keep to their faith while working or visiting Japan.
If you are seeking Halal foods in Nagoya, you may find what you seek at one of the options listed below. My favorite is Kaserya International Halal Bazaar in Osu. The staff is friendly and the location convenient, though it is a small shop.