Our practice
Consultation hours

10:00 am to 13:30 am

15:00-18:30 pm

Closed days: Thursday, Sundays and holidays

眼科 診療のご案内

Ophthalmology is prioritized for those who make a reservation. In addition, some inspections have fixed days and times. Please see the reservation page for details.

・ Please come 30 minutes before the end time.

・ If you have anxiety about your child's eyesight such as strabismus or low vision , please come during the time when there is an orthoptist (weekday 10:00-13:00).

・ If you would like to prescribe contact lenses or glasses, please come on Monday, Wednesday, Friday afternoon, or Saturday morning and afternoon.

(If you would like to prescribe contact lenses for the first time, please come at least 1 hour before the end time.)

* When using online reservation, please make a reservation in each frame of "ophthalmology", "orthoptist", and "glasses contact".

* Reservations will be given priority. In addition, the order may change due to inspections. Please note.

(Reservation time will be the time when you come to the reception.)

Information on partial changes in ophthalmology outpatient doctors ◆

・ On October 5th (Tue) and 12th (Tue), some ophthalmologists will be changed as follows.

10:00-13:30 Dr. Hasumi ⇒ Dr. Takeda

・ From October 19th (Tue), some ophthalmology outpatients will be changed as follows.

15:00-18:30 Dr. Hasumi ⇒ Dr. Takeda


Surgery available at our Clinic

○ Laser photocoagulation treatment (retinal hiatus, diabetic retinopathy, retinal vein occlusion, etc.)

○ Cataract treatment  ○ Glaucoma laser treatment
○ Vitreous injection for age-related macular degeneration and retinal vein occlusion ○ Treatment of dry eye (punctal plug)
○ Trichiasis (ingrowing eyelashes)
○ Chalazion excision ○ Blephaloplasty for ptosis (coverage by insurance)
○ Botox treatment for blepharospasm and hemifacial spasm

Eye diseases

Myopia, hyperopia, astigmatism, presbyopia

Eyeglass prescription

Contact lens prescription

〇 Cataract

〇 Age-related macular degeneration

〇 Diabetic retinopathy
〇 Color blindness 〇 Squint, amblyopia 〇 Dry eye

〇 Allergic conjunctivitis
〇 Entropion & epiblepharon 〇Ptosis 〇 Pterygium

〇 Eyelid tumor 
〇 Uveitis 〇 Retinitis pigmentosa

〇 We also provide consultation on second opinion and illness
〇 Please feel free to contact us for any minor concerns


Affiliated medical institution


Patients who need treatment such as internal eye surgery and hospitalization will be referred to affiliated medical institutions.

Please contact us if you have a desired referral destination.


Facilities of our hospital
Optical coherence tomography with fundus camera ( Retina Scan Duo ™ )

Optical coherence tomography (OCT) has become indispensable for the diagnosis and treatment of retinal diseases. The optical coherence tomography with a retinal camera (Retina Scan Duo™) adopted by our hospital is compact and enables high-quality imaging, and because it is an integrated retinal camera, both examinations can be performed in a short time without the burden of movement. You can

Automatic perimeter ( Kowa AP7700 )

​For other facilities, please see the blog.


Regular visual field examinations are needed to determine the progression of glaucoma. The AP7700 adopted by our hospital has a wide variety of inspection programs such as central visual field inspection, full-field visual inspection, screening inspection, threshold inspection, and isopter inspection. In addition to many static inspections, dynamic inspections, inspections with time saving mode, and manual inspections are also possible. The healthy person database uses a Japanese database, which is useful for diagnosing normal tension glaucoma, which is common among Japanese. The isopter test has a visual-field-impairment grade judgment support function, and is also compatible with visual-impairment grade judgment.

Hescozimeter (red-green test)

Double vision is when you can see two things in a doubled manner. Since there are two eyes, diplopia occurs if the directions and movements of both eyes are not the same. It is an examination that separates both eyes with a red-green lens to see the movement of each eye. It is a test for eye movement disorders such as strabismus and nerve palsy.