We are open everyday from 10:00 AM to 6: 00 PM, you can visit us anytime even worshiping period (Excluding Friday worship 12:45~13:15), Every weekend (Saturdays and Sundays) from 14:30, we organize a FREE Guided Tour, without any reservation, please welcome.
★ Continuous course “Japanese Virtue in Islam” Date and time: Saturday, October 7, 13:00 ~ 14: 30 Location: 1F Hall No reservation required, free entry.
★ New Project, Introductory Continuous Course “Knowledge of Islam” Date and time: Saturday, October 14, 13:00 ~ 14:30 Location: 1st floor multipurpose hall No reservation required, free entry, for general use
★ ~ Come, watch & learn ~ Turkish Cooking School Date and time: October 21 (Sat) 13:00 ~ 14:30 Location: 1st floor multipurpose hall Required reservation, entry fee 1000 JPY, It is a demonstration type classroom. Application will be accepted by e-mail ※ Cancellation until 1 week in advance.
★ Special Course “One year Events From Islamic calendar” In 1438, Muslim annual event through the calendar. Date and time: October 28 (Sat) 13:00 ~ 14:30 Place: 2 Chapel No reservation required, participation fee free, for general use
★ Children’s classroom KIDS CLASS Every Saturday from 13:00 to 17:00 Location: 1st floor large classroom in basement It is possible to visit from time to time, require application, 4 to 6 years old is the center Monthly fee ¥ 3000 (snacks, beverages included) Language: Japanese
★ Arabic calligraphy Every Saturday from 10:00 to 11:30 Location: 1st floor multipurpose hall During the course, applications are required, Participation fee ¥ 15,000 (12 times in total)
★ Islamic lecture for women (Every Saturday) Location: First basement classroom in basement No reservation required, free entry First Saturday 10:30 ~ 11:30 (Introductory to non-Muslim) Second Saturday 10:30 ~ 11:30 (Muslim beginner level) 3rd Saturday 10:30 ~ 11:30 (those who are thinking of entering, introductory for beginners) 4th Saturday 10:30 ~ 11:30 (Muslim beginners)
For inquiries: TEL: 03-5790-0760 Mail: email@example.com
The Turkish community who emigrated from Kazan (Russia) built the Tokyo Camii in 1938, the foundation of which stems from the hospitality of the respected people of Japan, and was rebuilt in 2000 owing to some serious damage that it was exposed to.