Tokyo Camii and Diyanet Turkish Culture Center had been built on the basis of Ottoman-style architecture and  each corner was adorned with many branches of art. Turkish-Islamic arts, which are the expression of the Turkish-Islamic civilization’s understanding of thought and beauty contain many symbolic expressions about the bond that human being establishes with Allah (God). The basis of this understanding is the message that every human being is actually a manifestation of Allah. All humans are temporary, but only Allah is eternal. The artist is not the person who creates a work of art, but the artist is the person who discovers the magnificent harmony that Allah has established in this world and reflects them in his works. It is possible to find traces of the journey in all kinds of Turkish-Islamic arts. Each work of art is nothing but an expression of divine love.

HUSN-I HAT (Turkish Calligraphy): Calligraphy (‘’Hat‘’in Turkish) is an art of beautiful writing and have born from the effort to write it in the best way to show the respect  to the Holy Quran. Calligraphy is the writing the Arabic characters in a composition adhering to aesthetic measures. The artist is called a calligraphist (‘’Hattat‘’ in Turkish). With the efforts of artist, the art of calligraphy has survived and diversified. It is possible to see the most beautiful examples of calligraphy, which has many varieties such as ‘’ Sülüs‘’, ‘’ Nesih‘’, and ‘’ Talik‘’, in the interior and exterior decorations in Tokyo Camii.