We carry the following vaccines and medicines

Shinagawa East Medical Clinic provides vaccinations to adults as re-vaccination prior to start working and traveling to foreign countries, studying abroad, etc
Staff members actively attend international meetings and are educated with new information.

Vaccines

IMMUNIZATIONS AVAILABLE:
Many vaccines take time to become effective. Some vaccines are done in a series. We recommend you visit us at least 4 to 6 weeks before you are scheduled to leave the country. If you are leaving sooner please let us know.


※D: Domestic / I: Imported

Vaccine Doses
Tablets
Duration of Immunity
D Hepatitis A (Aimmugen) 3 Over 5 years
I Hepatitis A (HAVRIX) 1 Over 1 year
over 15 yrs after booster dose
I Hepatitis A (HAVRIX Pediatric) 1 Over 1 year
over 15 yrs after booster dose
I Hepatitis A (Avaxim) 1 Over 1 year
over 15 yrs after booster dose
I Typhoid fever 1 Over 3 years
I Combined Hep A&B (Twinrix) 3 15-20 years
D Hepatitis B (Heptavax) 3 Over 5years
D Hepatitis B (Bimmugen) 3 Over 5years
I Hepatitis B (Engerix) 3 15-20 years
D Tetanus Required
doses
10 years
D DT (Diphtheria/tetanus) Required
doses
10 years
I Tdap (Tetanus/Diphtheria/Pertussis) Required
doses
10 years
D Japanese encephalitis 3 5 years
D Rabies 3 2 years
I Rabies 3
in 1 month
3 years
over 5 yrs after booster dose
I Tick-born encephalitis (Encepur N) 3 After second booster dose:
Age 50↑: 3 years
Age 50↓: 5 years
I Tick-born encephalitis (FSME-Immun) 3 After second booster dose:
Age 50↑: 3 years
Age 50↓: 5 years
D Meningitis-MCV4 (Menactra) 1 5 years
2 years old to 55 years old
I Meningitis-MCV4 (Menveo) 1 5 years
2 months to 55 years old
I Meningitis-MCV4 (Nimenrix) 1 5 years
12 months old to 55 years old
D Polio (IMOVAX POLIO) Required
doses
Over 10 years
I Polio (IMOVAX POLIO) Required
doses
Over 10 years
I Cholera (Dukoral) 2 in one
(oral)
3: 2-5 years old
2: over 6 years old
D Influenza 1 or 2 4-5 months
every season
D Pneumococcal (Pneumovax) 1 every 5 years
1 dose in 5 years
D Pneumococcal (Prevenar) 1  
D Measles Required
doses
Over 20-30 years
D Rubella Required
doses
Over 20-30 years
D Mumps Required
doses
Over 20-30 years
D Varicella Required
doses
Over 20-30 years
D MR (Measles/Rubella) Required
doses
Over 20-30 years
I MMR (Measles/Mumps/Rubella) Required
doses
Over 20-30 years
Consultation fee First visit patient or patient need see doctor again.
Follow up fee For child
Prescription fee Patients who need medications

Preventive medicine

    Tablets Duration of Immunity
Anti-Malarials Malarone
(Atovaquone/Proguanil)
1 tablet / day Started 1-2 days before entering a malarious area, should continue daily throughout the stay and for 7 days after leaving malaria endemic area.
Mephaquin
(Mefloquine)
1 tablet / day Started 1-2 weeks before entering a malarious area, should continue weekly throughout the stay and for 4 weeks after leaving malaria endemic area.
Vibramycin
(Doxycycline)
1 tablet / day Started 1-2 days before entering a malarious area, should continue daily throughout the stay and for 28 days after leaving malaria endemic area.
    Doses/Tablets Duration of Immunity
Altitude sickness Diamox
Acetazolamide
125 mg every 12 hours (one tablet 250mg) Starting the day before ascent and continuing the first 3-4 days at altitude, or longer if ascent continues.

Yellow Fever Vaccine at Quarantine station

Yellow Fever Vaccine
Valid for life☆Not available at our clinic

Antibody tests

Antibody tests HepA antibody, HepB antigen and antibody, HepC, Measles, Rubella, Mump, varicella, Japanese encephalitis, HIV etc.

Other tests

Other tests Tuberculin reaction, T-spot, QFT(QuantiFeron), Chest X-Ray, Blood type etc.

Medicine kits

Prescription drugs Common cold, Travelers’ diarrhea, Antipyretic analgesics, Eye drops, Ointment, Anti-Influenza etc.
Original Travel kit
Izavel kits
Izevel kit
There are 28 items include 14 OTC drugs and 14 first-aid items in our original bag.

All Over-the-counter drugs have each description in English and Chinese, and that makes easier for you to buy a drug with the same ingredient in the local country.

Travel Supplies

DEET 3M
Ultrathon Insect Repellent Lotion
虫よけクリームDeet Insect Repellent
Contains 34.34% DEET for superb protection against insect bites.

Proven to repel mosquitoes, ticks, biting flies, chiggers, gnats, fleas and deer flies.

Repels mosquitoes that may carry Zika Virus, West Nile Virus, Dengue Fever, Chikungunya and deer ticks that may carry Lyme Disease.
Insect repellent clothing
Insect Shield
Insect Shield
The Insect Shield process binds a proprietary permethrin formula tightly to fabric fibers—resulting in effective, odorless insect protection that lasts the expected lifetime of apparel.

Insect Shield Technology is utilized by 75+ leading lifestyle brands, work wear distributors and International relief organizations across the globe to provide effective protection against insects and the diseases they can carry.
Urine Director
The Whiz Freedom
Whiz Freedom
The Worlds First Antibacterial and Hydrophobic Urine Director

For the Outdoor, leisure or Extreme Sport User and for the temporarily or permanently mobility impaired.

Vaccination example

This is an example of standard vaccination schedule.
Vaccine recommendations take account the level of health care access, the cost of vaccination, period of stay, contents of activities, and past immunization records, discussing with doctor.

Notice: Please bring your maternity record book and past immunization records.
接種パターン例

CASE 1

European man (29 years old)

Destination: Asian Countries (China/Thailand/Korea/Indonesia/India)
Purpose: Vacation (around 1 month)
Vaccine: Japanese Encephalitis

He came to our clinic to have vaccines before 1 month to his departure. He had a plan to go to Asian countries on his vacation. He was born in Europe, so he had no opportunity to have vaccine of Japanese Encephalitis because he did not need for Japanese Encephalitis given, and he had primary series of all vaccines, DPT, MMR, POLIO, and Hepatitis A and B when in adulthood. In his vaccine schedule, Japanese Encephalitis would be given twice in a month as 1week to 4weeks apart from 1st shot. So he had twice of the vaccine before departure.
Also the doctor recommended him to have Tdap vaccine as a booster. When he was in childhood, he had primary series of DPT. In case of tetanus disease, infection can be prevented by immunization with the tetanus vaccine.

There is no vaccine to prevent Dengue fever in this clinic, so the doctor recommended to use mosquito repellent, for example, ULTRATHON. Symptoms of Dengue Fever is sudden high fever, severe headache, nausea, vomiting etc. Moreover the doctor recommended him to stay in air-conditioned or well-screening housing and to wear protective clothing.

The doctor also told him to be careful of all mammals such as dogs, cats and monkeys, etc. They are believed to be susceptible. The doctor advised him that when he was bitten by mammals, he should swiftly go to hospital to have post exposure immunization.

CASE 2

American Couple

Destination: Myanmar, India
Purpose: vacation (1 week)
Vaccine: Hepatitis A and Typhoid

They came to our clinic to have vaccines. They had a plan to go to India and Myanmar for 1 week. In their consultation with our doctor, the doctor recommended for them to have Typhoid and Hepatitis A vaccines. Also Diarrhea or watery, loose stool is a symptom of an upset stomach. Antibiotics are the principal element in the treatment of travelers’ diarrhea. Medication for relief of diarrhea can help them feel better if they have diarrhea. So the doctor prescribed medication including antibiotics( Azithromycin Hydrate), which is especially for India. The most important thing is avoiding to eat raw food even ice in the hotel.
They had primary series of all vaccine when they were in childhood. So the doctor recommended to have tetanus vaccine for them.

There is no vaccine to prevent Dengue fever in this clinic, so the doctor recommended to use mosquito repellent, for example, ULTRATHON. Symptoms of Dengue Fever is sudden high fever, severe headache, nausea, vomiting etc. Moreover the doctor recommended him to stay in air-conditioned or well-screening housing and to wear protective clothing.

How to make an appointment

Please make an appointment before your visit.
Appointment is for keeping vaccines of your request.
Walk-in vaccinations are available but we recommend calling us to check availability.

For appointment booking

03-5783-5521Monday-Friday: 9:00~19:00
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