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Procedures for admission

Procedures for admission

  • Application for admission and hospitalization warranty
  • Health insurance card
  • Medical ID card
  • Letter of consent regarding use of personal information
  • Concerning confirmation of hospitalization at other medical institutions
  • Certificate of reduced meal costs during hospitalization Eligible persons only
    (Persons from households exempted from municipal tax receive a reduction in the standard amount borne for meals, so please show this on admission.)
  • Various medical cards Eligible persons only
    (If you have a Public Funds Recipient Certificate for foster care, rehabilitation care, specific
    diseases, medical aid and so on, be sure to show it during the admission procedure.)
  • Certificate of Amount Limit Under age 70
    There’s a limit on the amount that can be paid at the admission fees desk, so ask the insurer shown on your insurance card to issue a certificate and present it when you enter hospital.

If you have stayed in another hospital within three months of entering this hospital, submit your discharge certificate.
To change or cancel your hospital reservation, contact Outpatients at the relevant department.

What to bring when you enter hospital

This is a list of the standard items to bring.
You should also bring the documents and items mentioned by the doctor or nurse.


Washbowl, toothbrush, toothpaste, soap, towel, comb, shampoo, shaver, etc.


Bring all of the medication you’re currently taking. (Including ointments, eye drops, and insulin.)

Personal Seal

This is required for letters of consent for surgery, tests, and treatments and for applications for special rooms.

Daily essentials

Tissue paper, flannels, bath towel, etc.


Socks, underwear, etc.

Eating utensils

Chopsticks, spoon, teapot, cup, etc.


Worn-in shoes with a heel, that don’t make a noise. Sandals are not suited to hospital life.

Personal belongings

In order to prevent theft, do not bring more cash or valuables than are necessary. If you must bring cash or valuables, the hospital will take no responsibility, so use a strongbox. The hospital also takes no responsibility for personal belongings such as dentures and eyeglasses. It is your responsibility to look after them.