Tokyo Camii Friday Prayer Event Jumuah Salat

Friday Prayer

Muslims here find respite from sectarian divisions and prejudice rife in other regions of the world

The Tokyo Camii, the largest mosque in Japan, built in a lavish Ottoman style, emerges from the Shinjuku skyline like something out of “Arabian Nights.” For the second Friday prayer in my life, I embedded myself there with 200 Muslims who had gathered for a sermon and food — perhaps the most multi-ethnic crowd anywhere in Japan (although the vast majority of the faithful are men).

The sermon, held in English and Japanese, exhorts the congregation to respect their parents. Later on, as people line up for rice and potatoes, the atmosphere is relaxed and chubby, a meet-and-greet among fellow immigrants. A visiting group of Japanese seniors is getting a tour of the mosque.

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Hourly Schedule

12:45 PM - 12:55 PM
Adan
Imam Call For Pray.
12:55 PM - 13:05 PM
Japanese Khutba
Mr. Abdelkarim start khutba in Japanese
13:05 PM - 13:15 PM
Turkish, English & Arabic khutba
Imam will say khutba in different languages
13:15 PM - 13:30 PM
Salat
Salat jumuah inchae Allah

Date

Friday, September 29, 2017

Time

12:45 - 13:15

Local Time

  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: Thursday, September 28, 2017 - Friday, September 29, 2017
  • Time: 23:45 - 00:15

Location

Tokyo Camii
Tokyo Shibuya-ku Oyamacho 1-19
Category

Organizer

Muhammed Rasit Atlas
Phone
03-5790-0760
Email
info@tokyocamii.org