Hospital Name:

国際医療福祉大学 三田病院 (International University of Health and Welfare Mita Hospital)


〒108-8329 東京都港区三田1-4-3
1-4-3 Mita, Minato-ku, Tokyo 108-8329, Japan


Review of Mita Hospital, International University of Health and Welfare

Endoscopy (5.0/5 points)

Age & Gender: 40s, Female

Content: Although initially apprehensive about undergoing an endoscopy, the patient felt at ease due to the kind and attentive staff. The results were explained thoroughly, providing reassurance.


I Wasn’t the One Who Wanted to Be Hospitalized (1.0/5 points)

Age & Gender: 80s, Male

Content: Diagnosed with bile duct cancer and given a short prognosis, the patient appreciated the straightforward approach of the doctor. Emergency procedures were deemed appropriate, and the patient expressed gratitude.


Very Kind Doctor (5.0/5 points)

Age & Gender: 40s, Male

Content: The patient underwent surgery for a broken nose and praised the comprehensive care received, from consultation to surgery and post-operative follow-up. The doctor was deemed trustworthy.


Spinal Stenosis Surgery (4.0/5 points)

Age & Gender: Not specified

Content: The patient had surgery for spinal stenosis. While there was an additional fee for choosing a famous doctor and a long waiting time, the patient was ultimately satisfied with the outcome.


No Problem, Not Related to Throat Pain (3.5/5 points)

Age & Gender: 40s, Female

Content: After being pointed out about calcification in the throat, the patient sought a second opinion and was assured there were no issues.


Recently, It’s Been Terrible (1.5/5 points)

Age & Gender: 50s, Male

Content: A long-term patient since 2011, the patient expressed dissatisfaction with the recent decline in service quality, particularly highlighting the poor attitude of the reception staff.


The Receptionists Have Really Bad Attitudes (1.0/5 points)

Age & Gender: 40s, Male

Content: Despite satisfactory interactions with doctors across multiple departments, the patient was disappointed with the reception staff’s attitude.


Endoscopy During Medical Check-Up Was Terrible (2.0/5 points)

Age & Gender: 40s, Male

Content: The patient had a painful experience during an endoscopy as part of a medical check-up, leading to lingering discomfort.


I Was Able to Stay in the Hospital Comfortably (3.0/5 points)

Age & Gender: 50s, Female

Content: The patient had a two-week hospital stay for uterine fibroid surgery and appreciated being able to stay in a private room without additional charges.


Mole Removal Surgery in Plastic Surgery (4.5/5 points)

Age & Gender: 40s, Female

Content: The patient underwent mole removal surgery on the face and was pleased with the careful procedure that left minimal scarring.



Overall Review

The reviews for this hospital are quite mixed. While some patients are satisfied with the medical care and staff, others have expressed dissatisfaction, particularly with the reception staff. Surgical and medical treatments generally receive high praise, though there are some complaints about endoscopy procedures. Overall, the quality of medical services seems high, but there appears to be room for improvement in terms of reception staff interactions.



Phone Number:

03-3451-8121 (Main)


Office Hours:

Mon-Sat: 8:30-11:30, 12:30-16:30


Website: (English) (Chinese)


Medical Services and Languages:

Internal Medicine: English, Chinese
Neurosurgery: English, Chinese
Urology: English, Chinese
Orthopedics: English, Chinese
Otorhinolaryngology: English, Chinese
Other Medical Services: English, Chinese


Accepted Payment Methods:

VISA, MASTER, AMEX, Diners Club, JCB, Others




  • 5 minutes on foot from “Akabanebashi Station” on the Toei Oedo Line, via “Akabanebashi Exit” or “Nakanohashi Exit”.
  • 8 minutes on foot from “Azabu-Juban Station” on the Tokyo Metro Namboku Line and Toei Oedo Line, via “Exit 3”.
  • 10 minutes on foot from “Shiba Koen Station” on the Toei Mita Line, via “Exit A2”.


  • 5 minutes by car or 20 minutes on foot from “Tamachi Station” on the JR Yamanote and Keihin-Tohoku Lines, via “Mita Exit”.