Japan Nurse

by Kevin R Burns
(Kanagawa, Japan)

Japan Nurse, where to get good health care in Japan?

Japan Nurse, where to get good health care in Japan? Japan is a very long country, this page will concern itself with health care in the Kanto Region of Japan.

Tokyo Doctors
Kanto: General Medicine and Specialties

Tokyo Medical and Surgical Clinic caters to the expat community. They accept foreign insurance. Don`t accept Japanese insurance.

Services: family medicine, dermatology, obstetrics and gynecology, medical emergencies, physical exams, travel medicine, immunizations, physiotherapy (utside the clinic), dentistry,

We are located opposite the entrance of the Tokyo Tower.

Address: 32 Shiba koen Building 2F, 3-4-30 Shiba-koen, Minato-ku, Tokyo

Telephone: 03-3436-3028

Fax: 03-3436-5024

The King Clinic

Near Harajuku Station (Yamanote Line)


Olympia Annex Bldg. 4F., 6-31-21, Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo

Tel. 03-3409-0764

Internal Medicine, Surgery

English speaking doctors on staff.

Omotesando`s King Clinic

Back Problems and Massage/Alternative Treatment

Harada Shiatsu Seitai Massage Office

Located: Machida Station, Tokyo

Take the north exit, walk along the tracks.

Telephone: 042- 729-4048

Haradasan does accupuncture and shiatsu. He comes highly rated. Check for prices, but it should be around 5,000 Yen.

Open: 10AM- 10PM Most days

Tokyo Cranial Sacral Therapy

helps you enjoy better health and well being through the use of osteopathy, craniosacral therapy, lymph drainage therapy and chronobiotic nutrition. Tokyo Cranial Sacral Therapy
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Kampo Museum

in Shinagawa, Tokyo, offers Chinese medicine called in Japanese: "kampo." It is a counseling pharmacy. Tell them your problem and they will try to help. Their website is in English.

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