The APU Cafeteria is situated in the campus of APU, where multiple cultures coexist and students accept ethnic, religious, cultural and other differences in background as they study together and deepen their mutual understanding. Similarly, the Cafeteria also seeks to come closer to diversity by accommodating students in a cultural-friendly manner.
By acquiring Muslim-friendly authentication, the APU Cafeteria has accommodated the dietary needs of practitioners of Islam. However, that does not mean that it exclusively accords Muslims special treatment. There are also non-Muslim students and faculty members at APU who represent varied religions and customary practices and who have submitted a number of requests of their own to the Cafeteria. The halal menu offered by the Cafeteria is but one example of how it has accommodated a culturally- and religiously-diverse environment.
Ritsumeikan CO-OP (APU) Executive Trustee ISOZAKI Shuji
Ritsumeikan CO-OP (APU) APU Cafeteria Manager KIMURA Isao
|Partial introduction to cooking area||In the APU Cafeteria’s cooking area, all halal-only ingredients as well as halal-only cooking utensils with green mark ranging from kitchen knives, cutting boards, tongs and pots to fryers, ovens and dishes are used separate of non-halal ingredients and utensils to prevent them from mixing.|
|Training for authentication and halal audit|