Tokyo Camii Young Muslim Club Vol. 26 “Educational Field Trip”
In the fall of art, young Muslims (self-proclaimed) will appreciate the “14 Dynasties and a Region: The History and Culture of the Muslim World: The Collection of the Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia” held at the Tokyo National Museum.
Let’s jump out of Tokyo Camii, which has been a long time since mentioned “it’s like being abroad while in Tokyo,” and go “around overseas without boarding an airplane” and “time travel without boarding a time machine.”
Date: October 2 (Sat) 14：00 ～
Meet at the venue: Tokyo National Museum
This special thematic exhibition does not limit its scope to a particular nation or region, but instead features Islamic art from all over the world. It was made possible through the generous cooperation of the Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia and their willingness to loan works from their impressive collection of Islamic masterpieces.
Islam was founded as a monotheistic religion in the 7th century by the Prophet Muhammad (ca. 570–632) on the Arabian Peninsula. After its founding, Islam gradually spread outward to Europe, North Africa, and Central Asia, eventually reaching East and Southeast Asia. It is currently the world’s second most widely practiced religion next to Christianity. Many Islamic dynasties rose and fell as the religion spread across the globe, and each one developed its own version of Islamic culture enriched by elements of local cultures.
This exhibition showcases decorative art objects and historical materials that highlight the diversity within Islamic culture and promote a deeper understanding of the Islamic world.
(Quoted from its website)
Advance admission ticket arrangement is required. Please access the Google Form below and fill in the required information if you would like to participate.
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