Inpatient Care

Patients who have a fever of 37.0 ℃ or higher, diarrhea, etc. before your hospital stay,
please call the outpatient department you usually visit to inform of your conditions.
  • 1 When you check in, please submit the following items to Counter 3 (Admission and Discharge) at the 1st floor reception.
    • Hospital admission application form (Please make sure to include the information of your guarantor and joint guarantor.)
    • Questionnaire on Inpatient’s History/Certificate of hospital discharge if you have been hospitalized within the past 3 months at another hospital.
    • Patient ID card
    • Inkan/Hanko (Personal stamp or seal) (if available)
    • Health Insurance Certificate/Individual Number Card (My Number Card)
    • Other medical certificates (Eligibility Certificate for hospital/medical fee cap)
    • Consent forms
    • Medicine record
    • Questionnaire on Allergies (for the children under 15 years old)
    • Personal Data Book for Diabetes, Pacemaker, Blood pressure, etc.
  • 2 Please complete the hospitalization procedures on the day you check in to the hospital. However, if you are hospitalized at night , on a weekend, holiday, or from Dec. 29th to Jan 3rd, please complete the procedures during the next business hours.
  • 3Please refrain from parking while you are hospitalized.

Please remove following stuff before your hospital admission:

  • Makeup
  • Nail polish/Gel nails/Acrylic nails/Fake nails/Nail extensions
  • Eyelash extensions/False eyelashes

Please be sure to put your name on all your personal belongings.
Hospital rooms don’t have a lot of personal space, so take only the personal things you need for your hospital stay.

  • Current prescription medications, medicine record or instruction sheet for your medicines
  • Change of clothes, underwear, sleepwear/pajamas, socks, etc.
  • Please bring sufficient changes of clothes in preparation for washing.
  • Towels (2 bath towels, 3-4 hand towels) and Bath mats(※)
  • Comfortable shoes with grippy soles for indoor use
  • Footwear that expose the heels (eg. slippers, sandales, etc.) are discouraged.
  • Toiletries (soap/body soap, shampoo, hair conditioner, toothbrush, toothpaste, hairbrush, comb)
  • Plastic cup for oral care
  • Tools of writing (pen/papers)
  • Tissues
  • Earphones/headphones for TV
  • Laundry bag (plastic bag etc.)
  • Surgical mask

Rental and Laundry services are available.

If you usually use any of the following, please bring them too:

  • Electric shaver
  • Dentures (and denture storage box)
  • Eye Glasses (and glasses case)
  • Hearing aid (and its case)
  • Walking stick
  • Cutlery (fork, teaspoon)(
  • Thickener for dysphagia management

Chopsticks, soup spoons are served with the meal.

  • Patients scheduled for an operation may need additional items depending on the operation you have.
  • Seven-Eleven convenience store in the hospital (open hours: 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.) offers daily goods for hospital stay.
  • The bare minimum items for hospital stay are also available at the vending machine on the 1st floor 24hrs/365.
  • Patients prefer to use Rental and Laundry service or Diapers Service, please contact the hospital staff nearby after being hospitalized.
  • Edged tools (scissors, fruit knives, razor, etc.)
  • Lot of money
  • Valuables
  • Jewelry (piercings, rings, etc.)
  • Alcohol (including non-alcoholic drinks)
  • Plants/Flowers
  • Animals/Pets
  • Cigarette/Cigarette lighter/Vaping
  • Burnable substances
  • Electric blankets
  • Electric kettles
  • Electric footwarmers

The paid services make patients and their family easy and comfortable to use clean clothes, towels, diapers, etc.
Please inform the hospital staff if you prefer to use those services.

  • Patient Gown & Towels Rental and Laundry Service
    This includes a hospital gown (pajamas), a bath towel, a hand towel and a bath mat.
    Fees are charged on a daily basis regardless of the number of use.
  • Diapers and Wipes Services
    This offers some types of services depending on patients’ conditions.
    Please ask hospital staff which of the service to choose after being hospitalized.
    Fees are charged on a daily basis regardless of the number of use.

Your hospitalization costs include fees for:

  • Hospital stay (accommodation)
  • Medication
  • Cares (operation, treatment, examinations, imaging, etc.)

Please be noted that the fees of meals, patients’ gown, diapers, private room, medical certificate will be charged separately.

We accept payments via the following credit cards:


  • Check your body temperature/conditions before visiting hospital
  • Wear mask
  • Attend during visiting hours
  • Stay for a short time


  • Visit hospital while you have a fever, cough, cold, diarrhoea, vomiting or any other infectious condition
  • Bring young children (under 15 years old)
  • Come in flocks
  • Bring flowers
  • Bring alcohol (including non-alcoholic drinks)
  • Bring animals/pets
  • Smoke before or during visit
  • Speak/laugh too loudly