東京ジャーミイ・トルコ文化センター , TOKYO CAMII & TURKISH CULTURE CENTER, Shibuya
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  • Is Islam Temple open to everyone is a magnificent temple is said to be the most beautiful in Asia will be enjoying sightseeing in Tokyo feel different cultures, different from the usual
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  • it is the biggest masjid in the town. the people here are so friendly. it was big, and I really enjoy the interior of the building. 
  • Hotel is very beautiful, so forget that in Japan. Director, who is very friendly and you visit in person, but good enough. I want to go again.
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  • Very nice mosque! Mash Allah very clean and reminds us how a mosque should look like. A very good area to. BUT A WARNING! Do not go to Maharaja Biryani halal restaurant that is close. Is was far the worst pakistani/indian ive ever tasted in this whole wide world! It was disgusting. From warming up chicken in the microwave to wet Sticky uncooked rice and much more.... WhAllah it was terrible.
  • I was surprise to see a Turkish camii (mosque) in Tokyo. We were coming back from Shinjuku, and thrugh the window of Odakyu line train all of sudden mosque appeared, as I was suddenly transferred to Istanbul. It reminded me of the scene from Tekkonkinkreet. Coming from the country with Muslim majority in Europe, it was quite the surprise. Me and my family decided to visit it, and look around for possible Turkish restaurant. We first went to Shimokitazawa market, that had most European feel that I had in Tokyo, meaning you can go to Segafredo Zanetti, and have a real espresso and smoke while being surrounded by hip people and alternative shops. Than we took a walk to the mosque. Mosque itself serves as Turkish Cultural Center, and it is open to the visitors. In case it is praying time, praying hall will be closed for visitors. Women should wear scarf at praying hall, and there are scarf to barrow on sight. Also there is small shop with Turkish delights, tea, and other small souvenirs. They also serve Turkish coffee and kebab, but at the time of our visit they were preparing for Ramadan so kitchen was closed. Staff speaks both Japanese and English, and I think it is gathering place of Muslims in Tokyo from different nationalities.
  • Cosy place to pray ,n Break fasting on Ramadhan 2016,they also serve ta'jil and food,many thanks to the mosque office board.
  • You can find halal food behind the Camii's park, such as kebab, biryani rice, ice cream, and choco cake. I come here when friday praying (sholat jumat). If want to have the front line of sholat row, should come arround 11.30 AM.
  • Halal food is available behind the Camii's park, such as kebab, biryani rice, ice cream, and choco cake.