Kobe Muslim Mosque

Do you know that this mosque is the oldest one in Japan? It’s not Tokyo, it’s Kobe, a city means “Gate of God”. What history Kobe Mosque offers and what it currently has? How to go there if you want to pay a visit? Read this post to find out.

Kobe Muslim Mosque

Kobe Muslim Mosque

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Fukuoka Masjid

Being the most populated city in Kyushu island, Fukuoka has an Islamic Culture Center named Al Nour. The masjid is not located in the city center but it is easily accessed by tourists who could not read/speak any Japanese and came to Fukuoka for the first time, just like us.

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Fukuoka Masjid Al Nour Islamic Culture Center

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Nagoya in One Day (by Foot!)

Back to our first Japan trip in 2013, we had a full day to spent in Nagoya. Arrived at 8 am in Chubu International Airport, we got to Nagoya Station by train with less than ¥900.  Since we had time until midnight before depart to Tokyo, we took time exploring this city by foot all day long…

make sure to wear your most comfortable footwear before traveling by foot

make sure to wear your most comfortable footwear before traveling by foot

Here we are sharing things that you possibly do while walking around Nagoya:

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