Medical Care

Japan has a world-renowned healthcare system, testified to by the country’s average life expectancy (84 as of 2022) – the highest in the world. Medical facilities are generally clean and modern with helpful staff. There are relatively few GPs and family doctors – rather, most doctors are specialists in a particular field of medicine. The most common specializations include otolaryngology (ear, nose and throat), internal medicine and dermatology. When you are sick or injured it is necessary to choose a facility that specializes in the right area of medicine for your condition. The pages in this category have information that will help you navigate the Japanese healthcare system.

List of Hospitals and Clinics
 ▶︎Hospitals and Clinics (Tokyo)
 ▶︎Hospitals and Clinics (Yokohama)