Yes, please bring:
1. your passport and residence card,
2. your emergency contact information, and
3. the health insurance certificate(s) of your health insurance provider(s).
Please refer to this list of departments and clinics. Please ask us about the consultation schedule in advance.
We provide a video remote interpreting service, but if you are concerned about it, you are welcome to bring an interpreter along to the consultation.
If you consult a doctor for the first time in Japan, we recommend that you use the services of a registered guarantor (medical coordinator etc.) of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan.