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Tokyo Mosque hosts free dinner for Muslims to open their fast

Non-Muslims are also invited to participate as the mosque tries to make people in Japan more aware about the customs of Ramadan, the Islamic month of fasting.

Tokyo Mosque, also known as the Tokyo Camii, promotes cultural exchanges as getting non-Muslims to understand Ramadan can sometimes be difficult.


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