Hospital Name:

聖路加国際病院 (St. Luke’s International Hospital)


〒104-8560 東京都中央区明石町9番1号
9-1 Akashi-cho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 104-8560


Reviews for “St. Luke’s International Hospital”:

Everyone was very kind (5.0/5.0)

Female in her 30s

Visited the Obstetrics and Gynecology department for childbirth. The attending doctor was very kind and always took the time to ask if there were any concerns or questions. The internal examination was not painful, and the doctor was always considerate.


My wife had an acoustic neuroma (5.0/5.0)

Female in her 50s (not the patient)

The wife usually visits the rheumatology department. During a regular check-up in May, she reported a recent numbness in the left side of her face. The MRI at the hospital was fully booked, so she was referred to another facility for an examination the next day.


Desertion in the face of the enemy (4.5/5.0)

Female in her 80s

Underwent cataract surgery last October. The vision was 0.8 and 0.6 in the left and right eyes, respectively, before the surgery. After the surgery, the vision in both eyes dropped to 0.5, making it difficult to see and walk.


Even after three and a half years (1.0/5.0)

Female in her 30s

Visited for prenatal check-ups and childbirth. The doctor might have been busy but always gave vague answers. Unless it was a serious matter, the doctor seemed indifferent.


It was an emergency, but… (1.0/5.0)

Female in her 50s

After an accident, she was taken to the emergency room. Despite explaining her symptoms and concerns, she felt the hospital, although comprehensive, lacked coordination between departments.


Change the response of the reception and reservation center (2.0/5.0)

Female in her 50s

Visited the Cardiology department. The famous St. Luke’s International Hospital was recommended, but when making a reservation, the staff seemed to lack knowledge and had to ask multiple times.


Detailed eye examination and accurate diagnosis (5.0/5.0)

Male in his 70s

Noticed eye problems about 20 years ago and visited the Ophthalmology department. After examinations, he was diagnosed with an impending macular hole, which gradually healed over time.


Lung cancer (5.0/5.0)

Male in his 60s

After a health check-up in September, he visited the Respiratory Medicine department. After various tests, he was diagnosed with stage 1 lung adenocarcinoma.


Disappointing (1.0/5.0)

Female in her 30s

Gave birth in 2022 and had a terrible experience. During prenatal check-ups, the doctor was cold and indifferent. The midwives had a similar attitude.


Why is it popular? (1.0/5.0)

Female in her 30s

Currently pregnant and has been visiting the Women’s Comprehensive Medical Department since October 2021. Chose St. Luke’s because of its reputation, but the experience has been disappointing.


Overall Assessment:

Reviews for “St. Luke’s International Hospital” are mixed. While some patients praise the hospital for its kind staff and accurate diagnoses, others express dissatisfaction with the cold and indifferent attitude of some doctors and the lack of coordination in emergency situations. It’s evident that experiences vary depending on the department and the specific situation.



03-3541-5151 (Supports English, Chinese, Korean, Russian)


Office Hours:

  • Mon-Fri: 9:00-17:00



St. Luke’s International Hospital


Departments and Language Support:

  • Emergency: English, Chinese, Korean, Russian
  • Internal Medicine: English, Chinese, Korean, Russian
  • Surgery: English, Chinese, Korean, Russian
  • Pediatrics: English, Chinese, Korean, Russian
  • Psychiatry: English, Chinese, Korean, Russian
  • Dermatology: English, Chinese, Korean, Russian
  • Neurosurgery: English, Chinese, Korean, Russian
  • Urology: English, Chinese, Korean, Russian
  • Orthopedics: English, Chinese, Korean, Russian
  • Ophthalmology: English, Chinese, Korean, Russian
  • Otorhinolaryngology: English, Chinese, Korean, Russian
  • Obstetrics: English, Chinese, Korean, Russian
  • Gynecology: English, Chinese, Korean, Russian
  • Dentistry: English, Chinese, Korean, Russian
  • Other Departments: English, Chinese, Korean, Russian

Please note that the availability of language support may vary by department, day, and time. It’s recommended to confirm with the hospital by phone before visiting.


Accepted Credit Cards:

VISA, MASTER, AMEX, Diners Club, JCB, UnionPay, J-DEBIT, nanaco, QUICPAY



  • Subway:
    • Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line: “Tsukiji” station, Exits 3a, 3b, 4, 7 minutes on foot. (Elevators available at Exits 3b and 2)
    • Tokyo Metro Yurakucho Line: “Shintomicho” station, Exit 6, 8 minutes on foot. (Elevator available at Exit 1)