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The Prevention Clinic Tokyo partners with JMHC, JTB’s dedicated medical tourism section

  • The Prevention Clinic Tokyo

Since October 2022, when the Japanese government eased its border control measures against the new coronavirus, the number of international visitors to Japan has been steadily increasing.

TOKYO – The Prevention Clinic Tokyo in The Peninsula Tokyo, which is a clinic partnered with “CARE,” a medical project utilizing blockchain, has partnered with the Japan Medical & Health Tourism Center (JTB JMHC) established by one of the largest travel agencies in Japan, JTB, to expand inbound medical tourism products for upper-class tourists to Japan.

Since October 2022, when the Japanese government eased its border control measures against the new coronavirus, the number of international visitors to Japan has been steadily increasing. Some predict that the number will return to pre-coronavirus levels within the next year. International repeat visitors who have visited Japan many times have started to be interested in Japan’s medical tourism, including Japan’s unique comprehensive medical checkups (Ningen Dock), as experiences following sightseeing, gourmet food, and Japanese cultural experiences.

JTB JMHC handles not only medical tourism products for inbound medical travelers to Japan but also medical checkup products for inbound sightseeing or business-purpose travelers to Japan. JTB JMHC has developed a wide range of services, from creating to selling medical checkup packages, including medical interpretation services and test-result translation services. This partnership aims to expand JTB JMHC’s health checkup products for upper-class tourists to Japan and to attract inbound clients to the clinic. More details will be announced as they become available.

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