Where to Get a Covid-19 PCR Test and a Certificate for Travel from Japan

Poste date: Friday, September 3, 2021

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 infection and get a certificate for travel.

Where to take a PCR test and get a certificate for business travelers

You can take a PCR test and receive a certificate from the hospital or clinics linked below. Please note that this test is available only to those who do not have any symptoms related to the corona virus and would like to take a test for the purpose of traveling or working abroad. Please be aware that as you are requesting the PCR test without showing any symptoms, the test will not be covered by health insurance and will need to be paid out of pocket. If you are worried about your symptoms, please read The Covid-19: Where to Call and Ask Questions in English.

Click the name of the hospital to see further details (only available in Japanese).

Narita International Airport

Narita Airport PCR Center


*The website is available in Japanese only. The center will be open from November 2nd at 2 different locations.

1) Terminal 1, Central Building, 3rd Floor
2) Terminal 2, 1st Floor

Tokyo

T Care Clinic Hamamatsucho

2-13-9 Hamamatsucho, Minato-ku, Tokyo

You can make a reservation online and get a certificate on the next day or on the same day if you chose the same-day option.

Ebisu Clinic

2F, 4-1-18 Ebisu Shibuya-ku, Tokyo

Mita Hospital

1-4-3 Mita Minato-ku, Tokyo

Mita Kokusai Building Clinic

3F Mita Kokusai Building, 1-4-28 Mita, Minato-ku, Tokyo

Sanno Hospital

8-10-16 Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo

St. Luke's International Hospital

9-1 Akashi-cho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

Tokyo Cancer Clinic

9F Shosankan Building, 1-3-2 Iidabashi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo

Tokyo Medical University Hospital

6-7-1 Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo

Osaka

T Care Clinic Osaka

1F, 2-2-14 Dōtonbori, Chuo-ku, Osaka

You can make a reservation online and get a certificate on the next day.

Oue Clinic

3-3-4 Omachi, Fukishiwada-shi, Osaka

Umeda Travel Clinic

Umeda Square Bld. 11F, 1-12-17 Kita-ku, Umeda, Osaka-shi, Osaka

More hospitals for PCR test in Japan (including Tokyo and Osaka)

You can find the list of Japanese hospitals and clinics where you can take a PCR test for travels on Register of Medical Institutions Issuing COVID-19 Testing Certificates.

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