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 Aigle Heart Care Clinic



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Specialties: Cardiovascular Medicine, General Internal Medicine, Rehabilitation, Women‘s Internal Medicine


Located Downtown of Chino city, Nagano, Japan, close to the Yatsugatake mountain resort and the Tateshina plateau.



Bussines hours


Monday to Friday   8:30a.m. to 12:30 p.m.  & 3:00p.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Saturday      8:30a.m. to 12:30 p.m.


Closed   Sundays, National holidays, Saturday afternoon, Summer vacation, New year holiday season.



* You must be 15 years old or older to apply for our consultation.


* In our clinic, please be sure to wear a mask to prevent infection.


* Every weekday, all patients are acceptable to the consultation. Please make an appointment by using e-mail or phone.


All staffs on wednesday including doctor, pharmacist, nurse and reception staff are ladies only. 






Kaori I. Enomoto M.D. and Ph.D.

Board Certifined Member of The Japanese Circulation Society

Board Certifined Member of The Japanese Society of Internal Medicine

Member of Shinshu University Alumni Association of Department of Cardiovascular Medicine  



About the Doctor

About Dr. Kaori I. Enomoto

Born in Kawagoe, Saitama, Japan



Old Clock Tower in Kawagoe, Saitama.


Moved to Chino city at April 2015.



Education and Professional Backgrounds


Attended and graduated from Showa Women`s University majoring in nutritional sciences.


Attended and graduated from Graduate School of Showa Women`s University majoring in nutritional physiology with Ph.D. degree of nutritional sciences.


Professional and educational experiences of the research scientist on The Institute of Physical and Chemical Research (RIKEN), Saitama, Japan and assistant professors on several universities.


Attended and graduated School of Medicine at Okayama University.


Completed internship/residency in internal medicine and cardiovascular medicine at Okayama Red Cross Hospital and Suwa Red Cross Hospital.


Professional experience on cardiovascular medicine at Suwa Red Cross Hospital from April 2015 to March 2023.


Opened her own private practice in April 2023 at Chino city downtown.



Please make an appointment by e-mail, phone or our website.


e-mail: administrator@aigleclinic.com


phone 0266-72-9129




Medical Expense


Our medical consultation fees

For those who have travel insurance or medical insurance If you have insurance, please contact your insurance company before coming to our clinic. Only if we receive a certification of payment prior to your visit can we send a bill to your insurance company. If we do not receive the certification of payment prior to your visit, you will need to pay the bill by yourself.


For those who do not have travel insurance or medical insurance If you do not have Japanese health insurance, the fee will be 200% of what is set as the standard Japanese medical payment.


The following prices are approximate.

Basic fee

Consultation fee    JPY70009000

Prescription    JPY1500

Medical Certificate

for insurance    JPY3300

for others       JPY8800

 Consultation fees are not included in the following items; test, medical treatment, other.


Test fee

COVID-19 and influenza antigen rapids test   JPY15000

Urine test      JPY1000

Blood test     JPY300010000

depending on test data.


Paying for your care

For your convenience, our clinic offer several options for settling your account. We accept cash, electronic payments, and major credit cards as payment for clinic services:

VISA, Master, JCB, AMEX, Diners

RakutenPay, Paypay, iD, QuicPay, nanaco, WAON, Suica, ICOCA, TOICA, PASMO


Multilingual Medical Questionnaire

One way to improve your experience at a Japanese hospital or clinic if you are struggling with language barriers is to use a Multilingual Medical Questionnaire (MMQ). The MMQ is a project started by the non-profit organization International Community Hearty Konandai, after meeting many people who struggled with medical examinations due to language barriers. The MMQ is intended to aid communication with the doctor and hospital or clinic when discussing symptoms and medical issues.

The MMQ is also divided up by medical department. Some questions will be the same on all questionnaires, regardless of department, while others are more specialized. If you are unsure which department you need to visit, the website link below provides a guide with departments listed next to major symptoms as well as a brief description of various department specialties.


The questionnaires can be accessed online in order to find the correct language and department. When you have found the correct questionnaire, it can be downloaded, printed, and filled out. When you visit our clinic, you can show this questionnaire and it should include much of the necessary information for our doctor to provide the best help.


Multilingal medical questinnaire 23 languages available