About JHI

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Japan Healthcare Info. (JHI) is a social entrepreneur organization founded in 2010. Our healthcare professional staff are dedicated to providing service in order to enhance well-being of international community in Japan.

JHI is a selected member of the most renowned non-profit Japanese social entrepreneur training organization and awarded Japanese government grant in 2010.

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Monday-Friday 9:00-17:00

(Not open for 24 hours/365 days)
contact@japanhealthinfo.com Currently no phone service is available.

Inquiries sent after 17:00 or on holidays/weekends will be followed up on the next business day. Please check your Spam/Draft Folder if you do not receive a response for longer than 24 hours


Costs


Consultation fee (Clinic)

 

On average, for the first consultation, bring 5,000-10,000 yen if you have Japanese Health Insurance. That should cover most first consultation, basic medical tests and medication fee.

If you do not have a Japanese Health Insurance, I would recommend you to bring 20,000 yen for the first consultation.  Ask the clinic receptionist for the estimation of your follow up consultations, usually not as expensive as the first one.

Consultation fee (Hospital)

 

It is difficult to make an estimation, but I would bring about 10,000-15,000yen for the first consultation with Japanese Health Insurance.

If you have no insurance, bring 20,000 to 30,000 yen. Hospital costs tend to be more expansive than clinics.
Same as clinics, the follow-up fees are usually not as expensive as the first one.

Most Japanese clinics/hospitals do not accept credit cards.

 

Please note the fee varies depending on your medical tests, medications or others. If you wish to confirm your estimation of costs, contact us and we can make an enquiry to the clinic/hospital you are planning to visit.