Located in Kyoto City Nakagyou-ku in front of Kyoto City Hall, /this clinic includes departments of
internal medicine/gastroenterology, neurology, surgery, anesthesiology, and outpatient pain services.

435 Yamamoto-cho Gokomachi-Nijo Sagaru,Nakagyou-ku,Kyoto
075-231-1624 診療時間 AM 9:30~12:30   PM 6:30~8:30 (午前中は予約制)

Treatment and Management guide

Types of Treatment

General Internal Medicine

We emphasize primary care. First, we fully analyze the patient’s current condition then begin treatment.
Also, if it is necessary we can introduce you to an affiliated hospital or clinic and conduct joint treatment.
(Tests offered include blood, urine, stool, and sputum tests, x-rays, ECGs, Holter ECGs, ultrasound examinations, and bone densitometry examinations.)


Our specialized physicians value cooperation between our clinic and other hospitals and clinics.
Together with other specialists, we will propose appropriate treatment plans for each individual patient before proceeding to medical treatment.

General Surgery

A specialized surgeon will perform primary care treatment.
We can conduct small surgical procedures at our clinic.

If we cannot accommodate you due to lack of equipment, we will promptly refer you to an affiliated facility for medical treatment.

Anesthesiology (Pain Clinic)

We offer pain reducing treatment (mostly nerve blocking injections) for pain in your lower back, neck, shoulder, knees, etc. We also offer other physical procedures such as infra-red light exposure as treatment options.
In addition, we offer acupuncture and moxibustion treatments (by a member of the Japan Acupuncture and Moxibustion Research Association).
The treatment fees are free, but the material fees are not. You will need to schedule an appointment in advance.

Clinic Interior & Facility Guide

appearance Appearance
reception Reception
Waiting Room Waiting Room
Examining Room 1 Examining Room 1
Examining Room 2 Examining Room 2
X-ray X-ray
Treatment Room Treatment Room
Treatment Room Treatment Room

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