5 locations for PCR Tests in Tokyo that only Cost You 2,300 yen

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With the serious COVID-19 situation throughout Japan, an increasing number of clinics and hospitals are starting to offer fast and affordable PCR testing services. To keep you updated with the most accurate, fast and affordable PCR testing in Tokyo, Smiles will introduce you to the following five PCR testing locations.

Advantages of the PCR testing services

  • Fast test results are available one day after the test date
  • Convenient to register for the PCR test online
  • Easy to test yourself at home with the “PCR test kit”
  • Affordable price where each test only costs  2,300 yen
  • Easy to access as the testing locations are near major stations in Tokyo

5 locations for PCR testing in Tokyo

If you are worried whether you got COVID-19 or you need a negative results certificate to travel from Japan to other countries, the following 5 PCR testing locations will be the best in the market.

Branch

Address and working hours

Note

Akihabara store Akihabara

1-14-7 Sotokanda, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo Akihabara Nomura Building

8: 00-17: 30 Open daily (excluding the year-end and New Year holidays)

You can take the PCR test after five days from the date of registration.

Shibuya store Shibuya

Ichihashi Building, 2-8-9 Dogenzaka, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo

8: 00-17: 30 Open daily (excluding the year-end and New Year holidays)

You can take the PCR test after five days from the date of registration.

Ikebukuro store Ikebukuro

1-16-1 Nishiikebukuro, Toshima-ku, Tokyo Shinto No. 2 Building

8: 00-17: 30 Open daily (excluding the year-end and New Year holidays)

You can take the PCR test after five days from the date of registration.

Shinjuku store Shinjuku

1-24-3 Kabukicho, Shinjuku

Mon-Fri 8: 00-20: 00 Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays 8: 00-17: 30 Open daily (excluding the year-end and New Year holidays)

You can take the PCR test after five days from the date of registration.

Shimbashi store Shinbashi

2-16-1 Shinbashi, Minato-ku New Shimbashi Building 1F West Corner

Mon-Fri 8: 00-20: 00 Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays 8: 00-17: 30 Open daily (excluding the year-end and New Year holidays)

You can take the PCR test after five days from the date of registration.

 

Details on how to register for PCR tests at each branch can be found here.

Take PCR test in 4 easy steps

Follow the four steps listed below to take a PCR test in Tokyo at your convenience.

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Step 1: Register for the PCR test

Register for PCR testing at one of the above five locations in Tokyo. Before getting yourself tested, you need to register online here .

Testing at the aforementioned sites will normally only be used for the prevention of COVID-19. Therefore, in some cases, you will be rejected testing unless you have a strong fever or have had direct contact with a COVID-19 patient.

Step 2: Visit the PCR test location

Go to the PCR test location on the date and time you registered. You can pay the test fees by one of the following ways: credit card, electronic money, QR code or IC card.

Step 3: Take a sample of saliva

Follow the instructions for taking a sample of your saliva. This step will only take you 3 minutes. 

Step 4: Announcement of PCR test results

The day after the test date, the results will be sent to you via your registered email. If you suspect that you are infected, please consult with the healthcare facility you have entered on the statement.

PCR test charges

The 5 above PCR test sites will apply the following charges:

Clinic test: 2,300 yen (after tax)

Group test: 1,900 yen/person (after tax)

Medical tests for doctors: 1,650 yen (after tax)

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Haneda Airport (Gate 1 + Gate 2). At this branch, the following fees will apply:

15-minute rapid test: 1,800 yen (after tax)

PCR test(minimum 2 hours)1,900 yen (after tax)

Rapid test + PCR test 3,000 yen (after tax)

For more information on PCR testing at this new branch, please take a look here.

Home test with a PCR test kit (PCR 検 査 キ ッ ト)

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PCR test kit

High precision: Tests with two types of testing equipment approved by the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare.

Rapid test: The test sample after being sent to the clinic should be able to produce results within 3 hours.

Self-test at home: Just take a saliva sample (about 3 minutes) and send it to the clinic by mail.

■ Shipping fee: 400 yen/one piece. Nationwide shipping (shown on the purchase payment confirmation screen)

■ Expiry date: 6 months from the date of manufacture (date of manufacture is indicated on the back of the paper packaging)

Register to buy at http://www.corona-testcenter.shop/shopdetail/000000000001/ 

All in all, Smiles hopes to give you peace of mind with useful tips on PCR testing in Tokyo. We hope you and your family stay safe, and healthy especially during the pandemic. 

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