Welcome to our homepage.  Are you used to life in Japan?

Our dental clinic see same patients who speak English every year.

I can provide a rough explanation about the case and the treatment in English.
however,have difficulties communicating in detail.  I ask for your kind understanding.
It will be great pleasure if you teach us some English conversation.

Staff people don’t understabd English, so please make a reservation upon arrival to our clinic duaring the office hours, not on the phone, if you possible.

Our location is:
16-3 Honchyo Hannou-City SAITAMA 357-0032 JAPAN
Near the “Hannou senior high school”
It takes about 12minutes from Hannou railway station.

↑Our clinic and Parking space view

↑Our clinic inside view

I’m afraid Our clinic fully booked now, could you wait for 7~10days?

The Japanese health insurance card is necessary. If you don’t have a insurance card, it will be cost a few~ten thousand Japanese YEN at floor.

We are open,

Mon,Tue,Wed,Fri, 13~16 17~21 PM
Sat, 9~12 AM



16-3 Hnochyo Hannou-City
Saitama 357-0032 JAPAN

TEL: (186)042-972-2780


I’m Dental Dr, KEIJI IWAMOTO.  Born in this City Hannou 1965.  Live in this house with my family and company pet animals.

Guraduated Nihon Dental University Tokyo. Awarded as a high-acheving student upon graduation.

After graduation,
Worked many years “Old large University Hospital in Tokyo(Dentistry and Oral surgery)” Nihon University Itabash Hospital
“large hospital in Yokohama(Dentistry and Oral surgery)” Yokohama Chuo Hospital This hospital was managed by extra-govermental organization,Ministry of Health Labour and Welfare.

After that,
Take over from the late owner(My father) . Opened hare this dental clinic 1995.


Talking about my abocation.
I love my pets as my precious family




They live in the private space, not in the dental clinic area.

Also, I like driving, going out and so on.

I like nature landscape view and traveling, and I enjoy Horse riding.

Ogasawara island:

about 1000km south of Tokyo.



I participate and support
(Japanese) Red Cross Society,  Medecins Sans Frontieres, UNICEF,  UNHCR,  Nippon Police Dog Association, and A crime victim support group.

In English learning, I make it more pages if I advanced.  Could you tell me if there are any strange expressions?

Thank you.