If you have health insurance, you can pay less when you go to a hospital or clinic.
In Japan, medical care is provided not only for physical health, but also for mental health. Everyone has a risk of suffering mental health due to the traumatic experience or the unfamiliar circumstances. In such cases, you can talk to a doctor.
- How to find a hospital and make preparations → Japan Association for Refugees "Life in Japan Information Medical Care" (Japanese / English)
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