Hospital Name:

小笠原クリニック (Ogasawara Clinic)


〒101-0041 東京都千代田区神田須田町2-6 坂下ビル7~9階
2-6 Kanda Sudacho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 101-0041, Sakashita Building Floors 7-9


Features and concepts of the Ogasawara Clinic

Background of Establishment:

The clinic was founded in 1986 to cater to the needs of dialysis patients. Since then, it has expanded to include other sister facilities.


Director’s Background and Treatment Philosophy:

The current director has extensive experience as a nephrologist, dedicating years to clinical practice, education, and research. He joined the clinic as a deputy director in 2020 and took on the role of director later that year. He, along with a trustworthy staff, strives to provide high-quality dialysis treatment to patients, helping them lead comfortable daily lives.


Staff Messages:

Messages from the nursing department, clinical engineering technologists, and registered dietitians emphasize their support for the patients. They highlight the provision of safe and comfortable dialysis treatment, the improvement of patients’ quality of life, and the suggestion of optimal treatment conditions.


Clinic Interior and Affiliated Hospitals

  • Photos of the clinic’s interior and facilities are displayed, conveying a well-equipped environment for patients to receive treatment confidently.
  • The clinic has established affiliations with several major university hospitals and affiliated hospitals, ensuring that patients have access to specialized treatments when necessary.


The clinic prioritizes communication with its patients and is dedicated to providing high-quality medical services.



Phone Number:



Office Hours:

By appointment only
Monday/Wednesday/Friday: 9:00-15:00, 15:30-22:30
Tuesday/Thursday/Saturday: 9:00-15:00


Website: (Japanese)


Medical Services and Languages:

Other Specialties: English, French, Spanish


Accepted Payment Methods:

Information not provided.



6 minutes walk from Kanda Station and Akihabara Station on various lines.
2 minutes walk from Iwamotocho Station on the Toei Shinjuku Line, exit A1.