Hours Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat Sun
AM Mornings
PM Afternoons

Mornings: 9:30 to 1:00

Afternoons: 2:30~6:30

Afternoons: 2:30~5:00

The first visit is one hour before the end time.
Re-examination up to 30 minutes before

Closed on Sundays and public holidays, as well as in the afternoon on Wednesdays and Saturdays

Priority to appointments (To make an appointment, please call: 092-722-0303)

You may come without an appointment, but please note that you might have to wait.

General Ophthalmology

The symptoms of most ocular diseases (and many other eye-related health problems) are difficult to detect by patients until the latter stages of the condition. If you notice or feel anything unusual, no matter how small, we recommend coming in for a consultation promptly.

People suffering from conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure, dyslipidemia, rheumatism and systemic autoimmune diseases (like rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, and systemic sclerosis) should also receive regular eye examinations to monitor any risk of complications to the eyes.

Click here for more information on eye complications due to diabetes.
Click here for more information on age-related macular degeneration.
Click here for more information on glaucoma.

In case a patient needs more specific tests and/or surgery, we will refer them to the most qualified medical facilities.

Click here for more information on medical cooperation.

Please note that some examination procedures may cause temporary side effects that could hinder activities such as driving or working after your visit.

Common symptoms and their related diseases and conditions

Symptoms Possible disease / condition
Redness Conjunctivitis, Subconjunctival hemorrhage, Inflammation of the cornea, Glaucoma, Inflammation of the iris, etc.
Rheum (eye mucus) secretion Conjunctivitis, Inflammation of the cornea, Allergic conjunctivitis, etc.
Difficulty to see / tiredness Cataract, Glaucoma, Diabetic retinopathy, Fundal hemorrhage, Glasses or contact lens prescription no longer adequate, etc.
Itchiness Allergic conjunctivitis, Pollen allergy
Distorted vision Age-related macular degeneration, Macular edema, Fundal hemorrhage, etc.
Pain in the eyes Conjunctivitis, Inflammation of the cornea, Stye, Copiopia (eyestrain), etc.
Appearance of insect-like spots in line of vision Detachment of the retina, Fundal hemorrhage, etc.

Pollen allergy (hay fever) care and early treatment

Before your symptoms become worse, we recommend starting using eye drops and allergy medication early in the season. Starting early can help significantly lighten your allergy symptoms for the season. We begin prescriptions of eye drops and antihistamine (allergy pills) as early as mid January, so don’t hesitate to consult us.

Click here for more information on pollen allergy

Dry-eye treatment

For severe cases of dry-eye, we can perform the insertion of liquid collagen plugs and punctal plug (tear duct plug.)

Click here for more information on dry-eye treatment

Glasses and contact lens prescription

Wearing glasses or contact lenses with a prescription that doesn’t fit or no longer fits your eyesight can result in eyestrain, stiff shoulders and headaches. We recommend wearing the eyewear or contact lenses that are best suited for your vision. Even if you don’t experience any problems, contact lens users should receive regular eye examinations.

Click here for a list of contact lenses available for free trial.

Periodic eye examination

No matter the quality of the material they are made of, contact lenses can cause strain on the eyes. We recommend periodic checkups in which we measure the endothelial cells of the cornea and provide advice to ensure you can safely continue to wear your contact lenses.

Click here for more information on contact-lens-induced corneal problems

Allergy test

Allergy test with results in 20 minutes ((ImmunoCAP Rapid)


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Blood sample allergy test

This test can detect a broader scope of allergies than the 8 allergens of the 20-minute ImmunoCAP rapid test.

It can determine allergies to food (from 13 different types, such as wheat or eggs), as well as year-round allergies (such as cedar and house dust).

Allergen immunotherapy

Allergen immunotherapy can also be effective against allergies to mites and cedar pollen.
The method involves placing medicine under the tongue every day.

Mite allergy can be treated any time, but for cedar pollen, treatment begins between June and December. Don’t hesitate to contact us for more information.

Medicine treatment for eyelashes (Glash Vista®)

Glash Vista® is the first and only medicine of its kind authorized for production and sale in Japan. It helps improve the length, volume and thickness of eyelashes on the upper eyelids. Japanese)
This medicine is not covered by health insurance, and requires prescription by a doctor.

Glash Vista®



Prescription is done only by appointment. Call us at 092-722-0303.

Total eye care

Introducing our new total eye care course!

This is recommended for people who still feel eyestrain, even after treatment with eye drops, oral medicine, or after adjustment in eyewear or contact lens prescription.

1.Using Eye Wave (low frequency wave treatment,) we release tension in the ciliary and orbicular muscles.

2.With Super Lizer (near infrared light treatment), we improve blood flow throughout the body and the functioning of the autonomic nerve.

3.We apply a warm eye mask, and stimulate pressure points to release tension.

4.A massage chair is available for use during the 30-minute treatment.

5.Pressure point treatment for eyestrain.

The course is all done in one time.
You can choose between the 30-minute course priced at \5,000 and the 15-minute course for \3,500. The course is only available through appointment.

Total eye care Total eye care

Placental Extract Injection Treatment

What is placental extract?

In 1959, Laennec, produced by Japan Bio Products Co., Ltd., was officially recognized by the Japanese Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare as medicine for treatment of liver cirrhosis and for improving liver functions. The medicine is still used today, and, as of yet, no major side effects have been reported.
Minor side effects include temporary pain and redness at the injected area, as well as chills, fever, rash and nausea.
The growth factors of placental extract have the effect of slowing down the aging process. There are different types of growth factors, such as EGF, FGF and HGF, each of which promote cellular growth and the building and repair of tissue. For these effects, placental extract has become a well-known anti-aging treatment.

Placental extract also helps cellular activation, fatigue recovery, blood circulation and relief of inflammation. Therefore the treatment is also likely to be effective against eyestrain (copiopia.)

Effects of placental extract

Anti-aging, fatigue recovery, healthy skin, alleviation of menopause symptoms, improvement of liver functions, anti-allergic effects, strengthening of the immune system, hair loss prevention and promotion of hair growth, relief of hypersensitivity to cold temperatures, as well as relief of autonomic dysfunction, headaches and stiff shoulders.

Caution: People who have received placental extract injections, even only once, can no longer donate blood.
Placental extract treatment is not covered by insurance.

Cost of placental extract injection (Laennec): One time (one ampoule) = \1,500

Other products

We offer a lineup of other products specially recommended by Dr. Ohara.

Other products

Other treatment and consultation services

What is Lasik treatment? What about cataract surgery? No matter your concern, don’t hesitate to contact us for a consultation.
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