Gynecology and Obstetrics. See below for the details.
※Reception closes 30 minutes before the end of each time frame. Always closed on Thursday, Sunday, and the National Holidays.
Consultation Days (Closure Days)
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How to Make an Appointment
To make an appointment, you can
(1) use the appointment management system (below)
(2) send a short message to 070-2636-8927
(3) send an e-mail to kioicholc <at> gmail.com; please replace <at> with "@"
(4) call us at 03-6666-5505
You can visit without an appointment, but we prioritize the patients with an appointment. However, we may be accepting several patients in the same 30 minute time frame. If you wish to avoid crowdness, please ask us directly.
Appointment Management SystemSince February, 2020, we have adopted a new appointment management system（株式会社メドレーの「CLINICS予約」（クリニクス予約）. If you are using Google chrome, the first page can be translated to English. You make an appointment in the pages below. However, as you move further, you need to read Japanese. In addition, you need to input your name in katakana. Thus, if it is too difficult, you can send a short message to 07026368927 to make an appointment with our clerks. If the inquiry is long, please send an e-mail to KioichoLC at mark gmail.com. (at mark is replaced with @)
In addition to person-to-person consultation, we can now provide online consultation.
If you have been to the clinic. If you visit for the first time. If you simply wish a person-to-person consultation AT THE CLINIC, please go to this webpage.
#11 for the first time consultation in gynecology
#21 for the repeat gynecological consultation except for the first time
#30 for the first time consultation in obstetrics (related with pregnancy)
#40 for the repeat consultation in obstetrics (not for the first time; related with pregnancy)
"初診" first time consultation "再診" consultation except
for the first time
If you are not sure, please select #11. Sometimes, there is a problem with the system. If you can not make an appointment for a repeat visit, please select #11 or send us a short message.
Actually, you can even make an appointment for a person-to-person consultation via this system as well.
Contact/ How to Go to the Clinic
Kioi Royal Heights #204
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 102-0094
(Please note that there are several buildings with the same address 3-29 Kioicho;
Kioi Royal Heights is at the innermost )
With the Google Map, please copy and paste the address in Japanese
This works in finding the building.
Landline Phone (voice): 03-6666-5505
Portable Phone (for short messaging only): 070-2636-8927
Three minute walk from the Exit 1 of Kojimachi Station (Yurakucho Line Y15).
Three minute walk from the Exit 9a of Nagatacho Station (Yurakucho Line
Y16/Hanzomon Line Z04/Namboku Line N07).
If you are taking the Yurakucho Line, it easy to reach from Kojimachi Station.
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How to Go (detailed)
-The building is next to Kioicho Salon Hall 紀尾井町サロンホール.
-On the first floor of the building, there is Yes George beauty salon イエス・ジョージ ビューティサロン.
-When you reach a small entrance with just an automatic door, if you see the Embassy of Bangladesh, you have to go around the building. The main entrance is on the opposite side.
Our Services (Detailed)
-Transvaginal ultrasonography (echography): fibroid; adenomyosis; ovarian
cysts; follicles/ 13,200 yen
- Pap smear (cervical cancer screening test)/ 3,300 yen
- HPV test: selected/ 4,400 yen; all/ 22,000 yen
- vaginal fluid tests: bacteria, yeast/ candida, Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, etc./ 3,300-4,400 yen
- urine tests: pregnancy test; urinary tract infection/ cystitis screening
- blood tests: hormones/ 15,400 yen
- blood tests: infectious diseases: HIV, Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, Syphilis/ 9,900yen
- other blood tests such as Herpes/ 11,000 yen
In Japan, surgeons see the breast cancer. At this clinic, we decline to be consulted about the breast cancer. We can provide information about the clinic with ultrasound on breast and thyroid cancers near Higashi-Ikebukuro Station, where there is a female English speaking doctor.
The fees are for patients not holding a valid Japanese health insurance card. The fees are different for holders of the card.
- birth control pills
- emergency contraceptive pill
- antibiotics, antivirals, antifungals
- female hormones as hormone replace therapy (for menopause treatment only)
*this treatment is not intended for transgenders In-House Prescription
(product name: compound)
pain killer (analgesic), fever reducer (antipyretic)
- Calonal (300mg): acetaminophen oral
-Loxoprofen (60mg): loxoprofen sodium hydrate
antibiotic (against germs)
-Zithromac (250mg): azithromycin hydrate
-Levofloxacin(500mg): levofloxacin hydrate
-Famvir tablets (250mg): famciclovir
-Fenelmin tablets (50mg): ferrous sodium citrate
-Primperan (5mg): metoclopramide
-Rebamipide (100mg): rebamipide
antibiotic (against germs) suppositories
-Hysetin (100mg): chloramphenicol
-Okinazole (600mg): oxiconazole nitrate
-Locoid ointment: hydrocortisone butyrate
tocolytic drug used to stop premature labor
-Utemerin Tablets 5mg: ritodrine hydrochloride
These services are not covered under the Japanese health insurance system.
- HPV vaccine (Gardasil 4 for subtypes 6, 11, 16, and 18); four-valent/
24,200 + 20,900+20,900 yen
- Removal of implants in the arm (Nexplanon (R), etc.)/ 36,300 yen
- Insertion of Mirena (R), Levonorgestrel-releasing intrauterine system/ 56,100 yen
- Insertion of NovaT380 (R), Copper-releasing intrauterine contraceptive device/ 49,500 yen
In Japan, we can refer you to any hospital. However, to my greatest regret,
there are only a few hospitals where you can communicate well in English.
We will be happy to choose a hospital when necessary. -Seibo (International
Catholic) Hospital @Naka-ochiai, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
（聖母病院） -The National Center for Global Health and Medicine (NCGM) Hospital @Toyama, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
（国立国際医療研究センター病院） -The University of Tokyo Hospital @Hongo, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo
（東京大学医学部附属病院） -Juntendo University Hospital @Hongo, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo
（順天堂大学医学部附属順天堂医院） -Jikei University Hospital @Nishi-Shimbashi, Minato-ku, Tokyo
（東京慈恵会医科大学附属病院） -Japanese RED CROSS Medical Center (@Hiroo, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo)
OBSTETRICS (Prenatal Checkups)
With transvaginal ultrasound, we can see the gestational sac from 5 weeks
of pregnancy. You can accompany anyone including your husband, partner,
family members to the consultation room.
We observe the fetal heartbeat from mid-6 weeks of pregnancy. After observing the fetal heartbeat, you go to nearby health center （保健所） or ward/ minicipal office （区役所・市役所）. You will receive a MCH (maternal and child health) Handbook （母子健康手帳） and coupons.
We accept the coupons for the residents of Tokyo.
We offer prenatal checkups until 34 weeks of pregnancy.
We do not have a facility for delivery. From around 34 weeks, you visit the hospital where you will deliver.
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Prenatal checkups under the semiopen system
In Japan, we can refer you to any hospital. However, to my greatest regret, there are only a few hospitals where you can communicate well in English. We will be happy to choose a hospital where you give birth.
Nowadays, there are hospitals which make a contract with clinics under
the so-called semi-open system.
-Seibo (International Catholic) Hospital @Naka-ochiai, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo; epiduralanesthesia available
（聖母病院）delivery fee from 690,000 yen
-Center Hospital of The National Center for Global Health and Medicine (NCGM) @Toyama, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
-The University of Tokyo Hospital @Hongo, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo; epidural anesthesia available; you can register even if you are delivering at another hospital
Separate website for the Perinatal Center
-Juntendo University Hospital @Hongo, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo; epidural anesthesia available
-Aiiku Hospital @Shibaura, Minato-ku, Tokyo; epidural anesthesia available; you can register even if you are delivering at another hospital
-Jikei University Hospital @Nishi-Shimbashi, Minato-ku, Tokyo; epidural anesthesia available
-Japanese RED CROSS Medical Center @Hiroo, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
-Tokyo Yamate Medical Center @Hyakunincho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
If you do not wish to continue pregnancy
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