English Speaking Ophthalmologists (Eye Doctors) in Tokyo

Poste date: Friday, March 26, 2021

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 several eye clinics where they speak fluent English in Tokyo and Yokohama.

If you would lik to learn about prescription glasses, please read "How to Buy Prescription Glasses and Contact Lenses in Japan".

English-Speaking Ophthalmologists in Tokyo

Below is a list of English-Speaking eye doctors in Tokyo with English website.

Kato Eye Clinic

Daigai bldg. 5F, 2-3-2 Dogenzaka
Shibuya-ku, Tokyo

Minami Aoyama Eye Clinic

Renai Aoyama Building 4F
3-3-11 Kitaaoyama,
Minato-ku, Tokyo

Musashi Eye Clinic in front of Kaminoge station

1-14-1, Kaminoge,
Setagaya-ku, Tokyo

Shinagawa East Medical Clinic

Shinagawa Intercity B, 2nd Floor, 2-15-2 Konan
Minato-ku, Tokyo

Shinjuku-Higashiguchi Eye Clinic

Hulic Shinjuku Building 9F, 3-25-1, Shinjuku
Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo

Stars Eye Clinic

Daini-Horiuchi Building 4F, 2-11-15 Akasaka
Minato-ku, Tokyo

English-Speaking Ophthalmologists in Yokohama and Yokosuka

Yokohama Tsurumi Chuo Eye Clinic

1-2-4, 5F, Tsurumi Chuo, Tsurumi-ku,
Yokohama-shi, Kangawa

Kinugasa Chuo Eye Clinic

2F Kinugasa Katsumi Clinic building2, 8-20-8 hirasaku,
Yokosuka-shi, Kanagawa

Yokosuka Chuo Eye Clinic

3F RIDORE The Tower Yokosuka Chuo, 2-9 Otaki-cho,
Yokosuka-shi, Kanagawa

Other English-Speaking Doctors and Hospitals 

If you are looking for other doctors and hospitals, please refer to "English Speaking Doctors & Hospitals in Tokyo".

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