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About Suffa Institute

This institution has been established in January 2023 in Nakazato, Abaraki, Japan,
Whose director is a well-known Muslim businessman, Waqar Mahan Khan.
The institution covers an area of 4 acres of land which includes the Institute of
Islamic Studies as well as Jamia Masjid al-Suffa and Safa Halal Muslim Food.
Ample parking is also available for those attending mosque and institution gatherings 

The purpose of the Suffa Institute is to make the universal truths of the Quran
understandable to people from all walks of life. Direct access to the Qur’an will be provided.
to disseminate Islamic concepts among the Muslim women and men who reside in Japan.


Aims & objectives

Direct access to the Qur’an is to be made possible.

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Spread the universal teachings of the Quran to all walks of life.
Promote Islamic thought in the minds of Muslims.

Future Planning






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Learning Activities

The following topics are at the center of the institution’s instructional efforts:
Tajweed-style reading and recitation of the Quran Islam basics for young children up to the age of 15 Muslim sisters and daughters get separate schooling, as measured by the number of teachers.
Two-year, 75-minute-per-day, six-day-per-week Qur’an translation and interpretation courses are open to women and men over the age of 15.
The institute offers instruction in both Japanese and Urdu.
For individuals interested

The Institution's Role with Japanese Residents

The nation living in Japan is a self-reliant, zealous and patriotic nation, because of this selfishness and pride, every year more or less 20 thousand people commit suicide in Japan, fed up with economic, institutional and social issues. Saffa Institute is committed to provide shelter to such forced, weak and unemployed people and to manage their accommodation, food, clothing and necessities of life reasonably.

Educational Activities

Basic teachings of Islam for children up to 15 years of age. Separate provision of education for Muslim daughters and sisters per mile of teachers.
A two-year Qur’an translation and interpretation course for women and men above 15 years of age, which consists of 75 minutes per day, six days a week classes.
In the institute, education is given in both Japanese and Urdu languages. The institution will also provide the facility of a three to six months Arabic language course.

Online Islamic School

Launch of online classes to convey the practical values of Islam, worship, and matters to people sitting at home through social media channels. Establishment of subsidiaries in various locations in Japan.
Community with over 62 different nationalities represented.

Over 1,200 men and women attend the weekly Jumma prayer service.

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60 percent of our community is under the age of 34.

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