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Tokyo Camii & Turkish Culture Center Tours

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Tokyo Camii & Turkish Culture Center
Tokyo Camii is located right in the heart of Tokyo in the Oyama-cho district of Shibuya. It’s the largest mosque in the city and is adjoined with the Turkish Culture Center, which provides an introduction to Islam and an insight into Turkish culture. 

The mosque was originally built in 1938, but in 1986 it was demolished due to structural damage. Construction on a new building began in 1998 using marble shipped in from Turkey, and the new mosque was finally complete in 2000. It’s a huge Ottoman-style construct covering an area of more than 700 square-meters, with its main dome – supported by six pillars – reaching 23 meters tall.

The Turkish Culture Center serves to educate visitors about the mosque, as well as Islamic teachings and rituals. Here, books and pamphlets about Islam and Tokyo Camii are sold alongside souvenirs such as Turkish tiles.

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Tokyo Camii and the Turkish Culture Center are situated in Oyama-cho, Shibuya. The nearest station is Yoyogi-Uehara. Visitors should ensure they adhere to certain rules when visiting the mosque, including dressing modestly and women covering their hair with headscarves.
Address: 1-19 Oyama-cho, Shibuya, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Japan 151-0065, Japan
Hours: Open daily 10am-6pm
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One Day Highlights Tour of Tokyo including Shibuya Sky Tickets

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Enjoy a Muslim-themed tour of Tokyo during this 7-hour guided excursion covering some of the city’s top sights and Halal-friendly eateries. Absorb the historic architecture and elegant temples of the Asakusa neighborhood, visiting the renowned Senso-ji and a Japanese garden before enjoying a Halal-certified ramen restaurant for lunch (own expense). Spend your afternoon strolling among thousands of pedestrians at the famous Shibuya Crossing and exploring Harajuku’s Meiji-jingu shrine, finishing your day with ‘Salat’ (ritual prayer) at the country’s biggest mosque.Tour duration can be extended at a rate of 1,000 yen per person, per halfan hour, payable in cash.
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This is a private guided tour that will take you around the most famous sightseeing spots in Tokyo from the traditional Sensoji Temple to the modern culture of Takeshita Dori. We will enjoy lunch with certified Halal food and you will have proper time and spaces to pray. You will visit the Sensoji Temple wearing a kimono that doesn’t interfere with your hijab. Shoot amazing memories of your holiday.
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Komaba, just 5 minutes away from the city center, is home to one of Japan's most prestigious universities, The University of Tokyo. It is a less-known tourist spot filled with Japanese history, including Japanese handcrafts and literature, as well as architecture of both Japanese and Western-style mansions. Different from the touristic hustle and bustle of Tokyo, you will walk through quiet residential areas to the largest mosque in Japan,Tokyo Camii. It has become a Turkish cultural center where many Turkish gather daily. If you’re interested in experiencing some education and a range of cultures, Komaba is the place for you!
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Experience Tokyo with like-minded travelers during this full-day private tour of the city designed specifically for Muslim visitors. Stops will be made for prayer time throughout the day, and the provided lunch will be halal-friendly to suit your needs. See popular sights such as Ueno Park and Ameya Yokocho Street, and shop for souvenirs on Asakusa Nakamise Shopping Street. You’ll even have the chance to say prayers at a local mosque, Tokyo Camii. Your English-speaking guide will pick you up from your hotel in the morning and drop you back off in the evening, after a full of exploring some of Tokyo’s most exciting sights. 
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What are Tokyo Camii & Turkish Culture Center hours of operation?
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Tokyo Camii & Turkish Culture Center hours of operation: Open daily 10am-6pm. Buy tickets in advance on Viator. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund.
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