Kampo Animal Hospital – Haru Pets Clinic Tokyo

3-6-3 Nishi-Azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-0031, Japan
Telephone: 03-6804-3343
Fax: 03-6804-3343
Email: info@harupets-tokyo.com

About Haru Pets Clinic Tokyo

Haru Pets Clinic Tokyo is a veterinary clinic for dogs and cats specializing in holistic, complimentary and alternative veterinary medicine utilizing Kampo remedies.

Kampo is the Japanese word for Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). Unlike the Western drugs which are typically synthesized and tested in laboratories, Kampo drugs are extracted from natural herbs and plants and tested through years of experience and knowledge of Kampo doctors and pharmacists. The focus of Kampo treatment is to get to the root cause of disease, not just alleviate the superficial symptoms of the disease. Western drugs should be the first choice of treatment for the acute symptoms; however, if the illness is not cured by the treatment and becomes chronic, Kampo is recommended as effective, and often safer, alternative to Western drugs.

At Haru Pets Clinic in Kasugai, Aichi prefecture, we have successfully treated animals suffering from chronic illness using the Kampo remedies for more than four years. We are opening Haru Pets Clinic Tokyo in the heart of Tokyo hoping to introduce the Kampo remedies to owners of dogs and cats suffering from chronic illness.


Treatment of dogs and cats for:

  • Chronic skin disease – atopy, allergy, dandruff, hair loss, pyoderma, seborrhea, etc.
  • Chronic digestive disease- repeating vomit, diarrhea (IBD), constipation, etc.
  • Cancer – tumor from benign (wart) to malignant, leukemia, etc.
  • Chronic kidney disease and urologic disease such as cystitis
  • Chronic liver and gallbladder disease
  • Immunological disease – panniculitis, cat’s AIDS, FIP etc
  • Endocrine disease – Diabetes, alopecia, irregular menses etc.
  • Heart disease
  • Physical and mental disorder caused from aging

Clinic Hours

Service by appointment only: please e-mail or telephone
Tue-Sat :10am-1pm, 2pm-6pm
Sun, Mon, and national holidays : closed
Parking: metered “self park” parking lot nearby (20 meters or 60 feet to the South)

About the Doctor

Dr. Harutoshi Hayashi graduated from the University of Tokyo with an undergraduate degree in Veterinary Medicine in 1994, and became a licensed veterinarian in the same year. He then earned a doctorate degree in Veterinary Medicine from the University of Tokyo in 1997. From 1997 through 2002, he was involved in a number of human cancer research projects at the University of Pennsylvania and the Fox Chase Cancer Center in the USA. Upon his return to Japan in 2002, Dr. Hayashi became interested in Kampo medicine for human and its applications in veterinary medicine. In 2007, he opened his own clinic Haru Pets Clinic in Aichi prefecture. At his clinic, Dr. Hayashi practiced Kampo remedies together with Western remedies. Convinced of the effectiveness of Kampo remedies in veterinary practices, he opened Haru Pets Clinic Tokyo specializing in Kampo remedies for pet owners in the Tokyo metropolitan area.

Directions to the Clinic

The address of Haru Pets Clinic Tokyo is:
3-6-3 Nishi-Azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-0031, Japan.

Haru Pets Clinic Tokyo is located on the first floor of the “Azabu Forest Plaza” building, right across the road from the main gate of the Chinese embassy. If you are taking a taxi, you can tell the driver to go to the Chinese embassy (“Chuugoku Taishikan” in Japanese).

Access by Subway

  • From Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line Hiroo Station: 10 min on foot or 5 min by taxi
  • From Toei Ōedo Line or Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line Roppongi Station (take the Roppongi Hills exit): 10 min on foot or 5 min by taxi

Access by Train

  • From JR/Tokyu/Keio Shibuya Station: 10 min by taxi
  • From JR Ebisu Station: 10 min by taxi
  • From JR/Keikyu Shinagawa Station: 15 min by taxi
  • From JR/Tokyo-Monorail Hamamatsucho Station: 15 min by taxi


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Email: info@harupets-tokyo.com