Mosque Tokyo Camii
Shibuya-ku Ooyamacho.
  • Is this a restaurant?
  • This is the Tokyo Camii.
  • What did Camii mean?
  • It means the place where people gather in Arabic.
  • What is here?
  • There is the mosque.
  • Mosques are places of worship for Muslims.
  • Why is a mosque here?
  • There was the Turk who emigrated to Russia in old days.
  • They were called a Tartar.
  • The Soviet Union established in 1917.
  • The Tartar lost a place to stay.
  • They ran away to the foreign country.
  • Where did they go to?
  • They arrived at Japan across the sea in 1938.
  • This building is clean.
  • A Turkish religious affairs agency rebuilt this building in 2000.
  • Tell me the clothes that I enter in a holy place.
  • Take off shoes.
  • Long sleeves, cover to an ankle.
  • Wrap your head in a scarf.
  • The Christian church is formal clothes too.
  • Is Islam opposed to Christianity?
  • Islam and Christianity and Judaism admire same God.
  • Is it not God of the Allah?
  • Allah is God in Arabic.
  • Who is the greatest person in Islam?
  • Foreteller Muhammad.
  • He wrote a prediction of God to the sacred book.
  • The sacred book is The Quran.
  • Do they admire Muhammad?
  • Only God is great.
  • People are equal.
  • Is there not statues?
  • The Islamic law forbids the worship of icons.
  • There are no depictions or statues in mosques.
  • What is the reason that is strict with a woman?
  • Because it maintain woman's dignity.
  • Interpretation is different from it by custom.
  • What is custom?
  • Interpretation is different in the same Islam.
  • For example.
  • Islam has Shia and Sunni.
  • What is different?
  • They call a leader caliph in the Islam.
  • The fourth caliph was Alley after Muhammad.
  • The opinion was divided about the later caliph.
  • It is Shia that only a descendant of Alley thinks with a leader.
  • The Sunni believes only the teaching of the sacred book.
  • Which is more?
  • 90 percent of Islam are Sunni now.
  • What is the Jahada?
  • The Jahada to one's inside is the meaning the effort.
  • The Jahada to outside is the meaning the fight an enemy.
  • Is there anything that they should not eat?
  • Don't eat the pork.
  • Meat of other animals?
  • Only as for the food accompanying Halal.
  • Don't drink the liquor.
  • I want to relieve stress.
  • Pray five times a day.
  • Very serious.
  • My talk is over.
  • I return from Yoyogiuehara station by the train.