Updated: April 12, 2019
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5 Halal Chocolates in Japan


Japan has quite a few popular chocolate brands that are very tasty. Luckily, many are also halal! Here is a brief list of some of the most popular products that are okay for Muslims to eat!

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Bourbon Alfort Biscuits

According to a post by Halal foods in Japan's Facebook page, the delicious, chocolate coated Alfort biscuits found in every convenience store and super market are halal! However, like most Japanese companies, Bourbon, the producer does not have any official certification.

Meiji Chocolate

According to Halal Japan's Facebook page, Meiji's chocolate bars are okay for Muslims. Meiji has been producing these chocolates since the 1920s, and they are reliably good.


These yummy, creme-filled, bite-sized chocolates are hard to stop eating once you start. Luckily, they are apparently halal!

Lotte Crunky and Ghana

Lotte's Ghana chocolates are very smooth and delectable, and I prefer them to standard Meiji chocolates. Crunky has a strange name, but is undeniably fun to eat thanks to the crunchy malt balls inside. Apparently the original and strawberry flavors are both halal!

Kinoko no Yama

Kinoko no Yama means "mushroom mountain" in Japanese, and is a popular mushroom-shaped, chocolate-coated biscuit. These make for great souvenirs, and are fun to eat!

According to a post on Halal Japan's Facebook page, the shortening and emulsifiers used in the mushroom-shaped chocolate covered biscuits Kinoko no Yama are plant-based and halal. 
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