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Tokyo Camii & Turkish Culture Center, Shibuya

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  • Camii is Turkish culture center in Shibuya Tokyo and one of the biggest mosque located here. Many of muslim tourist around the world are coming to this great mosque for regular praying or sholat jum'a...  more »
  • For moslem tourist must visit, especially when Friday pray, because new experience hear Khutba with three language. The amazing one is meet muslem family from other culture while lunch and design buil...  more »
  • Great place to visit if you are ever in Yoyogi or nearby Shibuya. This beautiful has long history in the city of Tokyo and is absolutely a land mark.  more »
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  • "A sacred small place in a big city" It's a great mosque despite it was a minority, but at least there's one good place where I can have a faith of Allah nearby Tokyo.
  • This mosque is one of the beautiful mosque in tokyo, so,we should go there for prayer for one time. . .
  • Beautiful Mosque at Tokyo. The interior is very beautiful. Muslim Tourists should visit this mosque.
  • This is the most biggest mosque in Japan. Actively spread culture of Turkey and have plenty consistent visitors.
  • My favourite mosque in Tokyo open to all Muslims and non-muslims. It was first build by tatar turks worn great sacrifice around 1930s. Tatars migrated to Tokyo around 1920s from Russia as refugees. The mosque was damaged by the earthquake in 1980s. Then reconstructed by turkish government and opened to public in 2000. It is an ottoman style beautiful mosque. It is open to all Muslims. Main gathering and prayer (saraato) is on Friday afternoon. Many Japanese high school groups attend to the gathering and learn about Islam. Friday gathering speech (hutbah) is read in 3 languages ( English Japanese and turkish). They're is a visitor center in the first floor. No need to make an appointment. Open to all ideas and questions.