Hospital Name:

東京都済生会中央病院 (Tokyo Saiseikai Central Hospital)


〒108-0073 東京都港区三田1-4-17
1-4-17 Mita, Minato-ku, Tokyo 108-0073


Summary of Reviews for “Tokyo Saiseikai Central Hospital”

Large Hospital Syndrome (1.5/5.0)

Patient, Male, 20s

The level of medical examination varies greatly depending on the doctor. Different diagnoses from doctors within the same department.


Terrible Response (1.0/5.0)

Not the patient, Male, 70s

What the staff says changes frequently. It’s essential to take notes during conversations to avoid disputes.


Medical Examination (1.0/5.0)

Patient, Female, 50s

Visited the orthopedic department due to congenital hip dysplasia.


First-Class Facilities, Lowest Medical Response (1.0/5.0)

Patient, Male, 40s

The location, cafe, convenience store, the first in-hospital Uniqlo in Japan, and the view of Tokyo Tower are all commendable.


Wouldn’t Return (1.0/5.0)

Not the patient, Male, 3-5 years old

Referred here after a health checkup. The issue was the doctor’s response.


Surgery Without Explanation (1.0/5.0)

Patient, Female, 50s

Visited the gynecology department. Despite being assigned a different doctor than the one on the referral, there was no proper introduction or explanation before deciding on the surgery date.


Very Thorough Examination (4.0/5.0)

Patient, Female, 30s

Visited for ADHD and early-onset Alzheimer’s diagnosis.


No Explanation to Family (1.0/5.0)

Not the patient

Mother was admitted here due to a heart attack.


About Neurosurgeon’s Explanation (1.0/5.0)

Patient, Female, 50s

After a brain checkup, received a notification suggesting a visit to the neurosurgery department due to a potential aneurysm.


A Hospital with Tradition, But… (2.0/5.0)

Patient, Female, 30s

Visited for prenatal checkups. Had to transfer to another hospital due to the lack of advanced treatment facilities for high-risk pregnancies.


Overall Assessment:

The “Tokyo Saiseikai Central Hospital” has received mixed reviews. While some praise its facilities and location, many patients have expressed concerns about inconsistent medical examinations, lack of proper communication, and unsatisfactory responses from the staff. It’s evident that while the hospital boasts excellent infrastructure, there are areas in patient care and communication that need improvement.



03-3451-8211 (Japanese only)


Office Hours:

  • Mon-Fri: 8:00-11:30
  • 1st, 3rd, 5th Saturday: 8:00-11:30
  • Emergency services available 24/7



Tokyo Saiseikai Central Hospital


Departments and Language Support:

  • Emergency: English, Chinese, Korean, Spanish, Portuguese, French, Russian
  • Internal Medicine: English, Chinese, Spanish, French, Russian
  • Surgery: English, Chinese, Spanish, French, Russian
  • Pediatrics: English, Chinese, Spanish, French, Russian
  • Dermatology: English, Chinese, Spanish, French, Russian
  • Urology: English, Chinese, Spanish, French, Russian
  • Otorhinolaryngology: English, Chinese, Spanish, French, Russian
  • Obstetrics: English, Chinese, Spanish, French, Russian
  • Gynecology: English, Chinese, Spanish, French, Russian


Accepted Credit Cards:

VISA, MASTER, AMEX, Diners Club, JCB, UnionPay, Suica, PASMO, ICOCA, nanaco



  • Subway:
    • Toei Oedo Line: “Akabanebashi” station, Akabanebashi exit, 3 minutes on foot.
    • Toei Mita Line: “Shiba Koen” station, Exit A-2, 10 minutes on foot.
    • Tokyo Metro Namboku Line: “Azabu Juban” station, Exit 3, 10 minutes on foot.
  • JR:
    • Yamanote Line, Keihin Tohoku Line: “Tamachi” station, Mita exit, 18 minutes on foot.