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She says when out with coworkers, Abdurahman does his best to avoid eating forbidden items, sometimes even feigning stomach pains to fend off overzealous recommendations to try a dish.
There are many challenges to living in Japan, not least of which is food.
In this article we talk with three Japanese women who converted to Islam after marrying Muslim men.
Turkish national Muhammet Ali Gerz has just sat down for his dinner break when his wife Yuri joins him at the couple’s restaurant, a small kebab shop they opened in 2016 near Nakano Station in Tokyo.
He knows that few facilities offer dedicated prayer rooms and keeps an eye out for suitable locations, noting that on occasion he has had to unroll his prayer mat in a convenient stairwell and have Yuri stand at the bottom of the steps to explain the situation to startled passersby.
Such uncertainty, he explains, can make it tough for Muslims to casually step out of the house.