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English Speaking Hospitals

With a wide variety of treatments available at all major hospitals in the Tokyo metropolitan area, you are able to choose a facility located nearest to you. Smaller clinics will be able to treat your common ailments such as colds and flu or assist with vaccinations when travelling abroad. You can use either your Japanese Medical Insurance provided by your local Ward office or company so please ask which insurance is applicable when making an appointment. Appointments are necessary at all major hospitals and most clinics have a walk-in policy but you may need to wait to be seen by a doctor.

Specialized clinics also offer treatment for cosmetic dentistry and laser treatments or dermatology for skin as well as plastic surgery. When using a specialized clinic, you will not be able to use your health insurance if the procedure is elective.

English Speaking Hospitals and Cinics Contact Details
Hibiya ClinicHibiya ClinicInternal Medicine, Cardiology, Gastroenterology, Vaccinations 1-5-2-B3 Yurakucho, Chiyoda-Ku
The King ClinicThe King Clinic
Internal Medicine, Full Medical check-up, Minor Surgery, Vaccinations
6-31-21 Jingumae, Shibuya-Ku
Kaori Ladies ClinicKaori Ladies Clinic
Obstetrics and Gynaecology
3-11-8 Takaban, Meguro-ku
Le CoquelicotLe Coquelicot
Botox, Laser Treatments, Dermatology, Cosmetic Surgery, Peels, Collagen, Anti-Ageing Therapy
5-9-1 (5F) Ginza, Chuo-Ku
Fumino Dental International Orthodontic OfficeFumino Dental International Orthodontic Office
General Dental Treatment, Cleaning, Orthodontics
4-3-10 Ginza, Chuo-ku
Tokyo Midtown Medical CentreTokyo Midtown Medical Centre
Health Screening, Cardiology, Xray, Ophthalmology, Orthopaedics, Diabetes Treatment, Gynaecology
9-7-1 (6F) Midtown Building Akasaka