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  • Quicktests available in English

    As the new fiscal and school year begins, it brings significant changes for many people in Japan. With shifting routines and new challenges, prioritizing one’s mental wellbeing is as important as ever. For the curious, we’ve recently translated our most popular quick tests at Roppongi Clinic into English. While these tests aren’t official diagnoses, they…

  • Easy same-day bookings during afternoon hours

    We have added now more booking slots for consultation with the psychiatrist/doctor in the afternoon (14:30-17:30), due to our recent operation adjustments.   Therefore the waiting times will be relatively shorter compared to morning time.   If you can take only a short period off from work to talk to the doctor about your symptoms, get/refill medications,…

  • Clinic Hours During New Years holidays

    We will be closed from 12/30 to 1/2. We will be open on Jan. 3 from 11:00 to 18:00. We hope to see you again in 2024!

  • Drinking Too Much on New Year’s Eve?

     In Japan, alcohol often plays a significant role in Year End celebrations. The tradition of “bonenkai” or year-end parties can sometimes lead to excessive alcohol consumption. For people who aren’t used to it, such as expatriates, it may be easy to fall into negative drinking habits.   How much drinking is too much? According to the…

  • Info regarding [English Bookings]-site

    [Update 11th Dec 10:30]The bookings page should once again be back to normal. [Previous information]We are currently investigating a service disruption causing the English Bookings Page to not load properly. Workaround: If the page is blank try to refresh your browser, and it should load like normal.

  • Holiday Blues in Tokyo?

    The holiday season can bring about a unique set of challenges, and for many expatriates in Tokyo, maintaining your mental health can be rather difficult. It’s easy to feel homesick when you’re so far away from your familiar support networks, making the need for accessible mental health services crucial during the holiday season. There are…

  • What is Adjustment Disorder?

    Adjustment disorder is an illness in which a specific situation or event causes subjective distress, and the “stressor” results in changes in a person’s mood or behavior. This could happen in response to a change in jobs or after moving to a new place (like Tokyo!). Stress is something we all experience at work, but…

  • Nov. 23 We are Open for the Holiday

    Tomorrow, November 23, marks a public holiday in Japan known as Labor Thanksgiving Day, or Kinrō Kansha no Hi. This is a day to respect labor, to celebrate production, and for citizens to give each other thanks. At Roppongi Clinic, we understand that mental health matters every day, including holidays. We want you to know…

  • Why is Adult ADHD So Hard to Diagnose?

     While symptoms of ADHD typically begin in childhood, proper diagnosis often eludes many people until adulthood. This often makes ADHD difficult to diagnose; while symptoms of hyperactivity will sometimes decrease in adult patients, struggles with impulsiveness, restlessness and difficulty paying attention may continue.   ADHD is even harder to diagnose for adult women. Symptoms of ADHD…

  • Excessive Paper Anxiety?

    For a country so famous for robots and futuristic technology, Japan’s love affair with paper lives on. Cash payments dominate; paper packaging is complex and diverse; people still widely use fax; exchanging business cards is a mandatory professional ritual; and businesses and government offices are often drowning in paperwork.  This system can be very difficult…