Saitama Hand Surgery Institute

The hands play a very important role for human life. Their strong and fine functions enable us to perform activities for daily life, earning a living, art, including painting, engraving and playing an instrument, sport, and other activities. In addition, as our hands are used second only to our face to express our feelings and tend to catch people's attention, their natural beauty is also important.
The Saitama Hand Surgery Institute provides medical care for patients suffering from traumatic injury, including fractures, amputation, tendon and nerve injuries, cramp due to scarring, tenosynovitis, neurological disease, osteoarthritis, tumors, innate deformities, etc., from the elbow to the fingertips. We also conduct research on novel therapies and other areas and training for doctors aspiring to be a hand surgery specialist.
Our goal is to contribute to social development through hand surgery.

Contact Us

Saitama Hand Surgery Institute
1721, Ishibashi, Higashimatsuyama-shi, Saitama, Japan 3550072
Telephone: 81-493-23-1221
Fax: 81-493-23-1220


  • Approximately 2 minutes by car from the Higashi-Matsuyama interchange on the Kanetsu Expressway.
  • Approximately 7 minutes on foot from the south exit of the Shinrin-Koen station on the Tobu Tojo Main Line.