I dedicate myself to giving eye care treatment that anyone, from infants to the elderly, can receive with reassurance and peace of mind. Don’t hesitate to consult me, even for the smallest of problems.
Clinic Director – Chika Ohara, M.D.
Ophthalmologist certified by the Japanese Ophthalmological Society
Certification as an ophthalmologist by the Japanese Ophthalmological Society is given strictly to doctors who have produced a thesis and given an academic conference presentation, as well as had experience with clinical work and surgery before passing examinations.
Also, at the Chika Ohara Eye Clinic, our main method of treatment administration is ocular instillation, but we also incorporate treatment through Chinese herbal medicine approved by the National Health Insurance, benefiting from Eastern medicine to optimize the health condition of patients’ eyes.
Below is a link to a video introducing Dr. Ohara (in Japanese.)
Click below to read feedback from patients of Dr. Ohara’s previous clinic in Kichijoji, Tokyo, where she worked until April 2012 (in Japanese.)
Kichijoji | QLife
|Astrological sign||Aries (Proactive, she can make decisions on the fly)|
|Her connection to Fukuoka||Born of a mother native to Fukuoka, she spends her elementary school years there. Her late father was a professor of ophthalmology working for a university hospital, and because of his work, Ohara grew up in different locations: the UK, Fukuoka, Tochigi and Tokyo.|
|Favorite foods||Meat♪ Sweets♪|
|Hobbies and interests||Reading, movies, foreign TV dramas, golf (she was captain of her university golf club), but recently getting enough sleep is her top priority.|
|Dislikes||Preparing lunch for her daughter in high school, wasabi, hot mustard and of course, lack of sleep.|
|March 1999||Graduated from Tokyo Women’s Medical University|
|from April 1999||Joined the Department of Ophthalmology of the University of Tokyo
Worked at a branch of the University of Tokyo Hospital
Worked at the Mitsui Memorial Hospital, Tokyo
After working at the Nippon Medical School Hospital, worked as the head doctor of the Kichijoji Minami-Cho Eye Clinic in
|September 2012||Opened the Chika Ohara Eye Clinic, Fukuoka|
|From 2012 to 2016||Worked part time at the Hayashi Eye Hospital, Fukuoka|