Tokyo Cammi & Turkish Culture Centre or also known as the Tokyo Mosque, is the largest mosque in Japan.
Combined with the modern Japanese construction method with designs, material and craftsmen from Turkey, the new mosque was completed in 2000, to replace the old mosque which was constructed in 1938!
Costing more than 1.2 Billion Yen to construct, this mosque is actually situated in the Shibuya District, built "head-to-head" with the rest of the modern structures.
The flags of Turkey & Japan can be seen flying side by side outside the mosque, symbolizing the cooperation between them.
Arabic Calligraphy engraved on one of the outer facades.
Up-close with one of the details.
A glimpse of the 41.48m minaret.
During the trip, there were also some local tourists visiting the mosque.
NOTE: Interior photos will be posted in future posts.