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English-speaking dentists in Japan

It has been rumored that there are more dental offices in Japan than convenience stores. A quick search reveals this to be true with about 67,000 dental facilities and “just” 54,000 convenience stores throughout the country. Amazing statistics when one considers how ubiquitous Family Mart, 7/11 and Lawson stores are in arguably the most convenient country in the world.

So how many English speaking dentists are there in Japan? Well no one knows for sure, but in our experience...

See full article at https://healthytokyo.com/blog-categories/dentists-in-japan-english-speaking/

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