Japan has launched an electronic application to serve Japanese and non-Japanese Muslims and facilitate the process of performing religious rituals for Muslims.
Many entrepreneurs in different countries are working to produce electronic applications with economic motives.
Muslims in Japan suffer from the lack of religious capabilities and the lack of mosques.
The application, which bears the name “Takva”, is a service business targeting Muslims and non-Muslims, and the application supports the production of Islamic goods that every Muslim needs to perform his religious rituals.
The application was founded in 2017 in the Japanese city of Fukuoka by a Japanese entrepreneur, Maryam Chin Kexin, who produced the application with the help of her husband, Mustafa Ursawaz, in May 2017.
The application includes cards explaining Islam and targeting the category of new Muslims.
According to the designers, the application aims to warn the presence of God in daily life and remind of that by displaying everything a Muslim needs to perform his religious rites and rituals.