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How the Japanese relate to Islam?

A student from the capital of the Country of the Rising Sun hashiyama of Utah for several years studying our language, folklore, life and customs. Our dialogue touches on a religious theme: How the Japanese relate to Islam? Does Japan Muslims whether a mosque? Who erected the first mosque in Tokyo?

Utah, are there many Muslims in the capital of Japan?

According to my observations, in Tokyo, all in Japan, a little Muslims. But with Islam there are a number of quite interesting facts. Your religion on the island for the first time brought the Tatars who immigrated to our country during the revolution. A group of Tatars at that period settled in Tokyo and established his non-profit organization. In 1938 they shared the efforts of the building of the first mosque. In the fifties many of your tribesmen had moved to other countries. Since the building of the mosque was severely dilapidated, in 1985 it had to be dismantled, and 2000, with the assistance of Turkey new building was erected the mosque. Currently, all Muslims living in Tokyo, we gather for worship in this beautiful building.

Tell me, please, what is the attitude of Your countrymen towards Muslims?

The Japanese attitude towards Muslims is normal. I studied Islam, and therefore Continue reading

8 facts about North Korea.

Usually the media in North Korea is presented as a completely isolated country that is willing to destroy anything and everything in their own power ambitions. Maybe some truth in all of this is, but still North Korea is more than just an isolated little world.

Marijuana/hemp is not prohibited

In fact, in North Korea, marijuana is not considered a drug, it can even be transported by stacks, smoke, there is no one word to say. Many local smoke cannabis regularly. By the way, hard drugs are forbidden in North Korea under penalty of death.

If North Korea could easily get rushed there would be hundreds of thousands of lovers of Smoking “grass”.

Six American soldiers defected to the North Korea in 1962 and still live there

Yes, not only the northerners run across on the party of southerners, but in North Korea passed enemy soldiers. So, back in the 60’s in North Korea left six U.S. military. Some threw in the homeland relatives and friends.

Six Americans now live in North Korea together, participating in various awareness programmes Koreans. The interesting thing is that in 1966, four soldiers wanted to leave North Korea and tried to appeal to the Soviet Embassy. But nothing happened, the Embassy Continue reading

A Review of Asia hotel 3

The hotel is placed quite profitable from the point of view of transport facilities, is located in Beldibi, 12 kilometers from the Turkish town of Kemer. From the nearest airport in Antalya to the hotel you have to drive almost 40 miles. To the capital of Turkey, a long commute is not necessary, just a hundred kilometers, and you have a goal, you can go for a hike or walk to Istanbul and return from there on the same day. For shopping there is the opportunity to go to Kemer, where prices will pleasantly surprise tourists.

Near the hotel there is mini market where you can cheaply and quickly buy your desired vacation attributes, and the private hotel beach just a five minute walk.

Description of rooms in Asia hotel 3*.

The five-storey hotel has 68 rooms placed, a number of which are fixed: there are single rooms for two and three-bedroom family. The rooms are cozy, bright and clean, and pleasing to the eye the view of the sea. The repairs are carried out routinely Continue reading

Facts about South Korea
Do you plan to visit South Korea? If so, you really made the right choice. It is famous for its unique culture and heritage. A few interesting facts about this…

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Japan cuisine
Japanese cuisine is one of the main attractions of Japan, for which the characteristic features of minimalism here and the minimum heat treatment, unusual rules for ordering of meals, table…

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How the Japanese relate to Islam?
A student from the capital of the Country of the Rising Sun hashiyama of Utah for several years studying our language, folklore, life and customs. Our dialogue touches on a…

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