Please use an inquiry form if you have any questions. (However, please be aware that it may take a while to receive a response in English.)
If you have troubles with your eyes and need English consultation;
Visit Moto Nakamura Eye Clinic
Moto Nakamura Eye Clinic is only 3 minutes by walk from the nearest subway station and three stations (5 minutes) away from Nagoya Station, which is one of the biggest and busiest train stations in the world.
Our clinic is on the 3rd floor of the medical building south of Nakamura Nisseki (Japanese Red Cross Nagoya Daiichi Hospital); both car and bicycle parking lots are available. Chunichi Pharmacy is on the 1st floor, Clinic Healthcare Terumina (internal medicine and urology clinic) and Gaia Souko (chiropractic clinic) are on the 2nd floor.
The director, Dr. Suetsugu, is the Japanese Ophthalmological Society (JOS) accredited ophthalmic specialist.
The director received ophthalmological training at Nagoya City University Hospital and the general hospitals in Nagoya and Hamamatsu.
When you need any surgeries or special examinations to treat your disease, we may refer you to other specialists of ophthalmology subfields, such as glaucoma, corneal, and retinal specialists.
Our clinic employs Reservation Priority system to reduce your stressful waiting time.
Many clinics make appointments with many patients in the same time frame, but our clinic makes an appointment with one patient in a single 15-minutes time frame, so your waiting time will be shortened.
Dr. Suetsugu was raised in Hawaii and graduated from the University of Hawaii at Manoa (Biology, Bachelor of Science), so English consultation is available.
The director can also speak a little bit of Chinese and French, so it will be easier for foreign language speakers to visit our clinic for the consultations.
Hello, my name is Tetsuyuki Suetsugu.
I am the director of Moto Nakamura Eye Clinic. Thank you for visiting our website.
I was the director of the Dai Nagoya Building Eye Clinic (the building across Nagoya Station) before. Now I moved three subway stations away from Nagoya Station to the 3rd floor of the medical building with a larger floor area.
I was raised in Hawaii and trained as an ophthalmologist at Nagoya City University
Hospital. My favorite word is Aloha, the Hawaiian word for greeting.
Each spelling has a meaning in Hawaiian words:
A …Akahai (kindness)
L …Lokahi (unity)
I will examine all patients with Aloha spirit as an eye care specialist.
If you have any troubles with your eyes, please consult us in English.