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A large white and blue truck pulls up outside a stadium in central Japan and slowly expands into a place of worship.As Japan prepares to host visitors from around the world for the 2020 Summer Olympics, a Tokyo sports and cultural events company has created a mosque on wheels that its head hopes will make Muslim visitors feel at home.Yasuharu Inoue, the CEO of Yasu Project, said the possibility that there might not be enough mosques for Muslim visitors in 2020 is alarming for a country that considers itself part of the international community. An estimated 100,000 to 200,000 Muslims live in Japan.Tatsuya Sakaguchi, a Japanese guest, expressed hope that the Mobile Mosque would help open people's minds worldwide.
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