Seibo Hospital Delivery Fee and Dr. Sakamoto`s Delivery Fee

This is my post delivery review of Seibo Hospital. I also list Dr. Sakamoto`s delivery fees for my Jan 2011 Delivery below.

Hospital Pros:

  • Nice facilities
  • Super friendly staff
  • Choice of Japanese or Western meals (typical hospital food).
  • They allow one family member room-in for an extra charge.
  • You have 24-hour access to your baby. If you need to rest, the nursery will take care of your baby in the nursery.
  • NICU available
  • Dr. Sakamoto recommended this hospital. Being his patient pretty much guarantees you a private room.

Hospital Cons:

  • The hospital is a bit old.
  • Not all the rooms have showers. I had to shower down the hall.
  • The nurses spoke limited English.
  • Lack a surgeon to perform circumcisions.
  • If you want an epidural you have to use Dr. Sakamoto or have a scheduled delivery.

Note: Bring your own bath towel, snacks and lots of water. I gave birth in Winter. The rooms were extremely dry.

Seibo International Hospital Details

Address: 2-5-1 Nakaochiai, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo(東京都新宿区中落合2-5-1)
Phone: 03-3951-1111

Dr. Sakamoto`s Practice Details

Dr. Sakamoto & Associates
Address: 4-11-6 Jingumae, Shibuya, Tokyo (東京都渋谷区神宮前 4-11-6 表参道千代田ビルB2F)
Phone: 03-5771-3991

Tokyo Medical and Surgical Clinic
Address: 3-4-30 Shiba-koen, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 32 Shibakoen Building 2F (東京都港区芝公園3-4-30 32芝公園ビル1&2階)
Phone: 03-3436-3028

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Seibo Hospital Delivery Fee & Dr. Sakamoto`s Delivery Fee


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  1. thank for this very helpful post miss sandra.

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