We do not require patients to wear masks when you come to our clinic, except for those with coughing.

As a rule, staff members at our clinic do not wear masks. As an exception, only a doctor wear masks. Regardless of the prevalence of coronavirus, physicians who are in close proximity to patients are at extremely high risk of direct droplet exposure. Doctor is at risk of exposure not only to ordinary cold viruses such as influenza, but also to severe infectious agents such as Mycobacterium tuberculosis. Tuberculosis, for example, is estimated to infect as many as one-third of the world’s population if latent TB infection is included.

Ref: The New York Times “Ending TB Is Within Reach — So Why Are Millions Still Dying? Tuberculosis has passed Covid as the top infectious disease killer, despite new medicines and better diagnostic tools.”

Currently, there is a severe shortage of antipyretics, cough medicines, antibiotics, anti-diarrhea medicines, and many other medicines on the market, so prescriptions may not meet your requests.
Our office is closed from December 29 (Fri.) to January 4 (Thu.)
Reservations for influenza vaccination have begun.

Please fill out and bring the preliminary check sheet (Preliminary Check Sheet for Influenza Vaccination (for 15y/o or younger))(Preliminary Check Sheet for Influenza Vaccination (for adult)

Prices and vaccination intervals are as follows     
6 months to 2 years old: 2 doses at 3840 yen per dose, at least 2 weeks apart.
3 to 12 years old: 2 doses of 4050 yen each, at least 2 weeks apart. 
13 years and older: 1 time of 4050 yen per dose.
(for children 9 years and older, the minimum required efficacy can be achieved even if only one dose is administered.)