Hello. This is Yohji.
What if you live in Japan and get sick?
You can’t speak Japanese, so do you have to put up with it and wait for it to heal?
In this article, I will introduce Japanese hospitals that speak English so that foreigners can receive medical examinations with peace of mind.
“●” indicates that medical treatment is possible.
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I’m checking each one individually, so I’m sorry if there are any oversights.
In addition, medical treatment that is not covered by Japanese health insurance is excluded from the list because medical expenses are high.
See this article for Japanese health insurance.
※No.27 : Examination in English is only available on Monday mornings and Tuesdays
※No.28 : Examination in English is only on Thursday
※No.4 : An appointment required for consultation in psychosomatic medicine
※No.9 : There is no English-speaking doctor on Friday
※No.16 : Ophthalmology consultation is only on Thursday
Can I speak in English? / 英語（えいご）で話（はな）してもいいですか？
Can foreigners see me? / 外国人（がいこくじん）でも診察（しんさつ）してもらえますか？
Do I need to make an appointment for a medical examination? / 診察（しんさつ）のために予約（よやく）は必要（ひつよう）ですか？
Do you support medical insurance? / 保険診療（ほけんしんりょう）に対応していますか？
Can I pay by credit card? / クレジットカードで支払（しはら）えますか？
Thank you. It was very helpful. / ありがとうございます。とても助（たす）かりました。
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