Living in a foreign country is very challenging especially in Japan where most of its population does not speak English. One of the most challenging parts is finding a hospital or clinic that is capable of assisting patients with English health consultations.
Below is a list of English-speaking hospitals and clinics in Japan that will be a great reference in case you need a health consultation in the future.
These specialized clinics often require you to make appointments in advance, unlike in hospital facilities in Japan. We recommend that you start making an appointment with English-speaking clinics if you are in need of medical attention and get a referral to a major hospital if needed.
Guidance of Outpatient Consultation
Monday - Friday
Medical Treatment: 9:00 - 12:00, 13:00 - 17:00
Receptionist: 8:00 - 11:30, 12:00 - 16:30
New Year's Holiday: Dec.30 - Jan.3
Comprehensive Health Screenings:
General Physical Test
Pancreatic Function Test
Kidney Function Test
Liver Function Test
Tokyo, Minato-ku, Nishi Azabu 3-6-6
TKC Tokyo Health Clinic is based on regenerative and cellular medical technologies. Gastrointestinal disease, knee joint, muscle, tendon pain, trouble of appearance, beauty, aging care, etc.
Specialists in each field respond to various concerns and requests.
TKC Tokyo Health Clinic also specializes in "Advanced Cancer Treatment" (先端ガン医療) and English consultations are available with the assistance of English speaking nurses.
For English consultation please contact:
Onodera Ikuko (小野寺郁子)
Chief Nurse Officer (看護部長)
Contact No. 03-3449-9029
Nurse Takashima (高島看護師)
and Mr. Oku (大久さん) of the office staff.
8 mins. walk from Hibiya Line: Roppongi station Exit 1c
10 mins. walk from Oedo Line: Roppongi station Exit 3
9 mins. walk from Hibiya Line: Hiroo station Exit 1
15-mins. walk from Oedo Line / North / North Line:
Azabujuban Station Exit 4
Consultation / Treatment Hours
9:30 – 18:00
Monday – Saturday
*Saturday is reserved for medical treatment only
Sleep problems (night startle, insomnia etc)
Eating behavior problems (anorexia, overeating etc.)
Mental and physical problems (recurrent abdominal pain, tics, hair loss etc)
Non-social behavior problems (such as school refusal, withdrawal, etc.)
Developmental issues (such as attention, carelessness, hyperactivity)
Mood problems (immorality, depression etc)
Psychotic symptom problems (weird behavior, hallucinations, etc.)