J-Line Co., Ltd.
Entry into the Islamic market and Muslim inbound countermeasures seminar held in Toyama, with Menya Iroha Kurihara on stage
Calling on food manufacturers, primary industries, restaurants, tourism industry, etc. in the prefecture to enter the growing ASEAN Islamic market and take inbound measures
“Salam Groovy Japan” (operated by J-Line Co., Ltd.), which has a local subsidiary in Malaysia and has about 70,000 SNS followers mainly in ASEAN, has established Toyama Export Community (Secretariat: Toyama Prefecture Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Department Market Strategy Promotion Division), we will hold a seminar on the theme of entering the Islamic market and Muslim inbound in the prefecture. On December 2, 2022 (Friday), Salam Groovy Japan, a media that supports Japanese companies entering the Islamic market, will hold a seminar for companies and organizations in Toyama Prefecture on the theme of entering the Islamic market and measures for Muslim inbound. To do.
We will provide basic knowledge about the ASEAN Islamic market, which is expected to grow in the future, and the elements necessary for Muslim inbound measures. Groups are welcome to participate.
[Keynote Speech] ASEAN Islamic Market Expansion and Muslim Inbound Measures The fast-growing ASEAN Islamic market, especially Malaysia, which is ranked No. 1 in the world Islamic economic index, has launched a halal hub policy, and is becoming a window to the world’s Islamic market. Focusing on the secrets of export business success and Muslim inbound measures locally. An experienced expert will speak to you.
Islamic Market Entry Support Consultant Tetsushi Hashimoto
Concurrently serves as a consultant for JAKIM, a Malaysian halal certification authority, and as a director of the Malaysian local subsidiary of J-Line Co., Ltd., the host of this seminar. Business with local entrepreneurs in Malaysia and Indonesia, planning Muslim tours to Japan, local sales, business matching and marketing between Japan and Southeast Asia.
[Guest Lecture] Actual Experience of Entering the Malaysian Islamic Market Mr. Kurihara, CEO of Tenkou Co., Ltd., which operates Toyama black ramen “Menya Iroha”, talks about his experience selling halal ramen. Mr. Kiyoshi Kurihara of Tenkou Co., Ltd.
Headquartered in Imizu City, Toyama Prefecture, and has two stores in the prefecture. It has won first place for four years in a row at the Tokyo Ramen Show, one of Japan’s largest ramen events, and has received high acclaim. With the desire to provide black ramen that Muslims can eat with peace of mind, we will complete the
Halal-certified product in 2021 and launch it in Malaysia and Singapore.
Date: December 2 (Friday) 1. Seminar 14:00-16:00, 2. Exchange meeting 16:30-18:30 (may vary slightly)
Venue: Room 509, Toyama Prefectural Civic Center (4-18 Shinsokuruwa, Toyama City / next to the prefectural office)
Organizer: J-Line Co., Ltd. Salam Groovy Japan Editorial Department Sponsored by: Toyama Export Community
Please check the flyer for details.
For seminar details and registration, please check the URL below. https://www.groovyjapan.com/toyama-4/
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