Gathered here is a collection of articles with information about Medical Care and Health Care in Japan as well as information about English-speaking hospitals in Tokyo. There is also information regarding hay fever protection, health insurance, childbirth in Tokyo, and allergies in Japan.
Japan has a broad range of clinics and hospitals that cater to, and specialize in various health care needs. They span from simple checkups and routine vaccinations to complex surgeries and emergency medical care. The quality of health care in Japan is high with its hospitals and clinics utilizing the latest medical equipment. There are many types of hospitals to choose from such as university hospitals, general hospitals, and clinics depending on the seriousness of your ailment and its urgency.
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There are a number of plastic surgery clinics in Tokyo that have English-speaking staff and are well-accustomed to dealing with international clients. Keep reading to learn more about some of the most popular plastic surgery clinics in Tokyo as well as common procedures available in Japan. Where to…Read more
Here is a list of some of the most frequent illnesses and disorders that may need seeking medical attention. Remember to express your problem clearly: if the dispatcher understands what's going on, the ambulance will be able to assist you as soon as it arrives. Furthermore, you will receive the most…Read more
Due to the coronavirus infection being contagious, depending on the country you plan to travel to, you may need a PCR test before you leave Japan. In this article, we have made a list of medical institutions that allow you to take a PCR test without having any of the symptoms of the coronavirus inf…Read more
In Japan, if you would like to have prescription glasses, you do not have to visit an eye doctor because you can order glasses at a glasses store however, if you have problems with your eyes or would like to have a consultation, you would need to visit an ophthalmologist (eye doctor). There are se…Read more
What is Hay Fever (kafunsho / pollen allergy ) ? Pollenosis (commonly referred to as “hay fever”) is allergic reactions triggered by pollen. The types of pollens that trigger allergic reactions are Japanese cedar, Hinoki cypress, and pine trees pollen. Of these three, the one most people have a rea…Read more
If you are feeling sick or worried about the coronavirus Covid-19, please consult with your doctor or the consultation center (see below). What to Do If You are Worried that You May Have Coronavirus Please read If you feel concerned about COVID-19 from Tokyo Metropolitan Government (choose English)…Read more
Medical care in Japan is comparable to what can be found in many Western countries. Japan has a broad range of clinics and hospitals that offer all types of medical care, from checkups and routine vaccinations to complex surgeries and emergency care. That being said, the health system in Japan does…Read more
The Tokyo ER Service is an initiative from the Tokyo Metropolitan Government in response to the increasing number of ambulances that were being turned away from hospitals due to insufficient capacity. If you need to call an ambulance, call 119. > Other Emergency Telephone Numbers in Japan If y…Read more
Although routine dental cleanings are recommended once every 6 to 12 months, putting off going to the dentist is a common fact of adult life. But for expats living in Japan, procrastination can be compounded by the difficulties of finding an English-speaking dentist. Fortunately, there are a number…Read more
Japan’s health and welfare system is one of the finest in the world. All Japanese citizens and foreign residents living in Japan are entitled to reasonably priced healthcare with low monthly premiums, and it’s important to take advantage of this service including a health check each year. Keep read…Read more
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