Tokyo medical University is located in Shinjuku, which is one of the largest cities in Japan. Shinjuku St. serves 3.5 million passengers a day, and there is the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building stands near the university. Indeed, Shinjuku is a unique city because it has many aspects; business areas, shopping areas, and a lot of nature including Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden.
Tokyo medical University has two campuses, one of which is the next to the hospital, and the other of which is called Gyoen campus because it is located near the Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden. From the third grade, we start to study at the campus near the hospital.
Pathology: Etiologic aspects of sarcoidosis as an endogenous infection
molecura biochemistry: lab experiment
We would give 1000 yen to you for lunch (One meal per day).
When you have 1000 yen you can eat delicous food and become full in Japan, if you are not food fighter.
If the food is not enough please tell us.
You will stay at a dormitory which is originally for the people who work at the hospital.
There are bed, shower, small kitchen, and laundromat in the dormitory.
And charming lady, Masa will greet you every day!
You can stay more longer than the training start or finish, but if you so, please tell us at first.
We cant cange when you stay.
In front of the hospital, there is a metro station "Nishi-shinjuku" which is very convenient.
Or you can go to Shinjuku St. on foot, it takes about 10 minutes on foot to get there.
To go to our hospital, you dont have to use the train! It takes 10 min on your foot from our dorm!
There are a lot of interesting places to see, for example, Shibuya, Akihabara, Kabukicho, Asakusa, Tsukiji, etc.
Our university is very hear to the Shinjyuku station, which is one of the very big station.
From that station you could easily go anywhere.
We have specific immunization form. you have to submitu in order to join clinical training.
You should check your immunization titer or the date of vaccination and get doctor's sign on the form.
Certificate of vaccination; Measles, Rubella, Mumps, and Varicella