Japanese Acupuncture & Moxibustion Office

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はなのやま鍼灸院

Tokyo Japan, Japanese-style Acupuncture & Moxibustion

We have been providing Japanese style Acupuncture & Moxibustion in Tokyo ( Edogawa-ku koiwa ), Japan since 2008.
We welcome international clients & patients who are interested Japanese-style treatments that are gentle and effective.
English forms and information sheets are available.

Please E-mail us for appointment

By appointment only

We only accept cash. We dont accept credit cards,personal checks,travelers checks,foreign currencies.

We dont accept the Japanese health insurance system ( National Health insurance or Employees Health insurance ).


Information on Foreign Health Insurance Plans

We do not bill foreign health insurance plans directly and We do not accept co-payments.
Please check your insurance plan for the details of your coverage.
If your insurance plan covers acupuncture&moxibustion treatments you receive in japan,
we will provide you with receits to submit to your insurance company for reimbursement.
However, you still need to pay for the treatment at each visit.


FAQ

Q: Does acupuncture hurt?

Acupuncture needles are thinner than a human hair (usually 0.12 – 0.2 mm), and insertion of the needles is usually painless.
You may feel a slight sensation when the needle is inserted, like a pinch or plucking a hair.


Once the needles are placed, patients report a variety of sensations, including tingling, deep pressure, achiness, heaviness, and sometimes nothing at all.
These sensations that accompany needling are called “Hibiki” in Japanese, and different styles of acupuncture bring about different sensations ;
however the clinical efficacy does not depend on the intensity or type of “Hibiki”, so do not be concerned if you feel something in one session, but not in another.

If you feel any pain or discomfort, let your acupuncturist know and he or she will make the necessary adjustments.
It is very common for patients to feel relaxed and fall into a light sleep during the session.


Q: What is an acupuncture treatment like?

Though each acupuncturist has a unique style, many of the procedures involved in treatment are similar.

First, your acupuncturist will ask about your health history or ask you to fill out a health history form. 
This helps the acupuncturist understand the root of your health issues, so the treatment can address the underlying cause, not just the symptoms.

Some questions may seem unusual or irrelevant to your condition,
but they will help the acupuncturist understand your underlying constitution and determine a proper treatment plain.


Your acupuncturist the may perform physical examinations or palpate various parts of your body.
Your pulse, tongue and abdomen may also be examined, as these are traditional diagnostic techniques.


For the treatment, specific points on the body are stimulated using needles inserted into the skin while you lie comfortably on a padded treatment table.
Most people feel no or minimal discomfort during needling.
The needles may be pulled out right away or retained, typically for 10 to 20 minutes, depending on the practitioner’s style.

Other treatment modalities involve merely placing, pressing or stroking needles or metal tools against the skin.
Acupuncture for infants and young children usually uses these types of techniques.


Moxibustion ( the burning of mugwort on or near the body ), electro-acupuncture, cupping and bodywork are often added to the treatment to maximize the effect of acupuncture.


Open from 10:00 to 20:00  




Service & Fees :


Acupuncture&Moxibustion¥5000

Facial Cosmetic Acupuncture ¥8000


Pediatric Acupuncture(non-insertive acupuncture) \1500~\2500

We offer a package of 5~20sessions at a discounted rate.


House calls are available

〒133-0051 Kitakoiwa 6-11-15-1F. Edogawa-ku.Tokyo
Phone(Free) 0120-012-850