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Hi there, this is Yama, SAE staff. Thank you always for reading Service Apartment Ebisu’s blog.

Today is about hospitals near SAE I recommend.

To start with, here’s a story: on April 22nd, I was at a snow resort in Nagano (about 2.5hours away from Tokyo) to attend a qualification exam for technical ski. A total of 85 applicants gathered and I was the 25th person to ski.

Off I went with confidence, but as I made my fourth turn, I lost my balance and fell to my back, while hearing something tear inside my body…The sound was followed by a dull pain so severe that all I could do was curl up on the snow helplessly. “I must have torn the ligament…” the thought horrified me. So, instead of going home with a new qualification, I found myself on a bullet train being carried back to Tokyo.

Once in Tokyo, I had to switch hospitals a couple of times over the next few days, until I reached the hospital I felt I could count on:

Kitasato Institute Hospital

〒108-8642, 5-9-1, shirogane, Minato-ku, Tokyo

Tel 03-3444-6161

This hospital is about 10 minutes walk from us.

It is a general hospital, so all kinds of needs can be taken care of.

Although only with the help of volunteering translators, they do seem to accept foreign patients too.

Their orthopaedics has a rehabilitation center as well, where patients can receive one-on-one post-operation rehabilitation support, as well as muscle strengthening trainings. Patients with major injuries, such as mine, would find this hospital very reliable and resourceful.

With their help, I am getting closer each day till the moment I can ski again!

Another hospital of recommendation is located inside Ebisu Garden Place, which is just 5 mins walk away from us:

Ebisu Garden Place Clinic.

〒150-6004, 4F Ebisu Garden Place Tower, 4-20-3, Ebisu, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo Tel 03-5420-1611

From finding the suitable hospitals to organizing a taxi for your hospital visit, SAE’s concierges are always ready to assist you with any special requests. Please do not hesitate to ask them anything.

We wish, however, more than anything that our guests stay healthy and thoroughly enjoy their Ebisu lifestyle.

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