The late Mohammad Savada


The late Master Savada was born in January 1924 in the city of Gifu in central Japan.

After graduating from high school and university, he studied and researched Shinto religion and its branches and created various works in this field.

At the age of fifty, after studying and researching Islamic teachings, he converted to Islam and after seven years, chose the Shia religion.

And since then, he has been working for the growth and promotion of Islam and the dissemination of Shia teachings.

One of his most important actions was translating the Holy Quran into Japanese three times, as well as publishing and propagating the hadith of Saqaleen and the hadiths of the Ahl al-Bayt (as).

He died in 2012.

Hojjat-ul-Islam Ibrahim Tatsu Ichi Savada, the son of the late scientist, is currently the director of the Ahl al-Bayt (PBUH) Assembly in Tokyo and is working to spread the teachings of the Qur’an and Ahl al-Bayt (PBUH) in Japan.

Source: Japan Studies Center