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).
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.
It's approx. 5 minutes' walk from Shin-Kamagaya Station.
Please access our website「ACCESS」for details.
Foreigners not covered by national medical insurances have to pay 200% of the total medical fee.
Yes, but please bring an identification card, such as a passport.