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Appointment Only. This specialized clinic helps resolve troubles and

problems related to health during overseas travel and assignments.

The Travel Clinic offers a broad array of services related to the health of the traveler, from pre-travel check-ups to immunizations, prescriptions for preventative medicine and health certificates for visa application (Japanese and English available). This outpatient clinic specializes in a field that is still relatively new in Japan, but with a history that goes back to the colonial period in Europe. Patients also receive travel information and advice from doctors thoroughly familiar with medical issues around the world. TMMC professionals help patients manage health issues relevant to other cultures and lifestyle environments.

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Type of vaccines will be based on your travel destination, objectives of the visit and concurrent medical conditions.

At Tokyo Midtown Clinic, travel clinic was set up since its establishment.
We provide medical support to those travelling, working, studying,volunteering and visiting abroad. China has been the most frequent travel destination previously; however, more people are visiting India these days. Also, our travel destination is no longer limited to developed countries. It becomes worldwide such as Safari tour in Africa,trekking in Nepal, and Machu Picchu remains in Peru, South America.
There are risks of infection such as typhoid, malaria, dengue, rabies, etc.,which could be fatal if not properly treated. Pre-travel preparation and preventive measures are important in order to maintain your wellbeing at the travel destination. Once you confirm travelling abroad, please visit our clinic at your earliest convenience.

Dr. Ikumi Genka

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Dr. Ikumi Genka

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Precautions after immunization

  • Follow-up your condition for at least 1 hour after inoculation. This is to prevent serious, though rare, adverse reactions (anaphylaxis), which usually occur within 30 minutes.
  • You can take a bath after vaccination.
  • Refrain from drinking alcohol or strenuous exercise within 24 hours after vaccination.
  • Feel free to contact us if you have any symptoms that appear to be adverse reactions to the inoculation or any other concerns about it.
Conditions Treated:
Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Rabies, Tetanus, Meningococcal (Atovaquone/ Proguanil, Mefloquine) etc.

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