Hospitalization Guidance
Patient Room
General Ward
  • A 4-bed room is standard.
  • There is a restroom equipped with an electronic bidet system near all rooms’ entrances
  • The washstand is set low to be easy to use for a person in a wheel chair.
    (TV and refrigerator are with a bedside table — it will be charged)


Private Room (single room)
  • Available for ¥3,300 per day
  • Room Facilities: prefabricated shower, washstand, toilet, chair for visitors
  • Area: approximately 15m²


Suite Room (single room)
  • Available for ¥5,500 per day
  • Room Facilities: prefabricated bath, washstand, toilet, 20-inch TV, refrigerator, kitchen sink, chair for visitors, telephone
  • Area: approximately 30m², carpet tile flooring

*If you would like to use a suite room or private room, please inform the staff at the nurses’ station in the ward.

Meal Contents

All meals are prepared in the hospital.
Each serving time: breakfast at 8:00, lunch at 12:00, and dinner at 18:00.
Please follow the instruction as you may be prohibited from food intake or asked to wait out of medical necessity.
Depending on the symptom, therapeutic diet (e.g. for heart disease, diabetes, kidney disease, or liver disease) will be provided, so please refrain from taking something other than the hospital meal.


Bedding is provided by the hospital. You can rent a hospital gown (such as pajama) for ¥77 per day. From an aspect of the hygiene preservation, please use our hospital gown.

Patients’ Attendant

The nurses take care of the patient during hospitalization. If you would like to attend the patient in some cases depending on the health status or other special circumstances, please ask the ward nurse. The use of a private room will be a condition for attendant; we will give you an application form for attendance, so please fill out and submit it. Also, bedding is rentable for the attendant. Please ask the ward nurse if you would like to use them.

Visiting Hours
General Ward

Weekdays: 15:00-20:00
Saturday, Sunday, Holidays: 13:00-20:00


Every day: 8:00-8:30 / 13:00-20:00

*A visitor should receive a visiting card at the front desk at the 1st floor and drop by the nurses' station in the ward before visiting the patient.
*Please refrain from visiting in many or with young children.
*Please refrain from eating or drinking in the patient room.
*Please be punctual with visiting hours. Due to examinations or treatments, we may decline your visit except those hours.

For Those Who Have Japanese Public Health Insurance
About High-Cost Medical Expense Benefit

(Only for those who are less than 70 years old and have Japanese public health insurance)
This is the payment system for the limit-exceeded medical expense that you pay at medical facility or pharmacy in one month (from 1st to the end of that month). The cost for such as hospital meals or private room is not included. With applying for this system before/during hospitalization, the out-of-pocket medical expense you bear might be reduced at the discharge. For further details, please refer to the following links or ask your insurer.

<For Those Who Apply BEFORE/DURING Hospitalization>

If the medical expense is likely to be expensive, please apply for the certificate named “Gendogaku Tekiyo Ninteisho” to your insurer (e.g. municipalities, Society-Managed Health Insurance, or Japan Health Insurance Association, etc.) in advance. With the submission of certificate to the reception, you only need to pay up to the monthly out-of-pocket maximum according to your out-of-pocket category.

<For Those Who Apply AFTER Discharge>

Please pay your coinsurance first at the reception in the medical facility at your discharge. You can make a reimbursement claim directly to your insurer afterwards.

About the Expenses Not Covered by Health Insurance

We offer several supplies (such as diapers) or services (e.g. bedding for attendant or pajamas) on the viewpoint of the convenience for patients, but those are not directly relevant to the treatments covered by health insurance. Please understand that the cost for such services will be charged without coverage by health insurance along with the hospital charge.

What to Bring When Hospitalized

“Application and Pledge for Hospitalization” form, Patient ID card, Japanese health insurance card, and any medical care recipient certificates (if you have)

All the Medication You Are Taking, and Medication Notebook

Medications that you always take, are prescribed from other hospitals, or necessary during hospitalization

Daily Necessities

Toiletry goods (tooth brush, shampoo, body wash, etc.), tissue papers, indoor shoes, earphones, or diapers, etc.
※To prevent falls, please refrain from using slippers.


Underwear and pajamas
※You can borrow a hospital gown (¥77 per day). ※As part of the infection control policies, washing machines have been uninstalled. We refer you to a laundry service provider if you would like to do the wash. Please ask the ward staff.

Daily Living Necessities

Artificial teeth, hearing aids, or eyeglasses, etc.

Please Do Not Bring the Following Items

Large amount of cash, Bankbook, or Expensive jewelry, etc.
※We assume no liability for the loss of valuables.

Dangerous Objects

Sharp objects such as scissors, Lighters, or Cigarettes (E-cigarettes included)
※In case you bring those objects and lost, we assume no liability for the loss of objects.