About Keishokai

Company Profile

Name Keishokai Medical Corporation
Adress 1st Floor, 1599-1 Numa, Tateyama City, Chiba Prefecture
Contact +81-470-25-7300


Branche Address
Akamon Orthopaedic Surgery &
Internal Medicine
1619 Numa, Tateyama City 294-0034
phone: +81-470-22-0008
Akamon Care Plan Center 1637-1 Numa, Tateyama City 294-0034
phone: +81-470-22-0023
Nanohana Home-Visit
Nursing Station
1604-4 Numa, Tateyama City 294-0034
phone: +81-470-24-3113
Home Help Service Nanohana 1604-4 Numa, Tateyama City 294-0034
phone: +81-470-24-1226
Long-Term Care Health Facility
Nanohanakan Misaki
110-1 Hamada, Tateyama City 294-0303
phone: +81-470-29-2700
Long-Term Care Health Facility
Nanohanakan Nagisa
2832 Hojo, Tateyama City 294-0045
phone: +81-470-24-2700
Tateyama Community General
Support Center Nanohana
1604 Numa, Tateyama City 294-0034
phone: +81-470-22-1350
Tateyama Community General
Support Center Ichigo
237-3 Aburi, Tateyama City 294-0043
phone: +81-470-28-4115
Akamon Childcare Room 1637-2 Numa, Tateyama City 294-0034
phone: +81-470-30-8822


Year Event
  • Founder Katsutaro Suzuki opens the Akamon Suzuki Clinic, specializing in obstetrics and gynecology, in its current location.
  • Clinic is reorganized as Akamon Suzuki Hospital.
  • Osamu Suzuki (2nd-generation hospital director) opens an obstetrics and gynecology  hospital in Manchuria.
  • Osamu Suzuki (2nd-generation hospital director) returns to Japan. Akamon Suzuki Clinic is reopened.
  • Masaru Suzuki (3rd-generation hospital director) joins the hospital.
  • Osamu Suzuki (2nd-generation hospital director) passes away. Masaru Suzuki becomes 3rd-generation hospital director.
  • The hospital is rebuilt and newly opens as Akamon Orthopaedic Surgery & Internal Medicine. Masaru Suzuki serves as hospital director.
  • Hospital is reorganized as Keishokai Medical Corporation. Masaru Suzuki serves as founding president.
  • Tateyama’s first-ever Nanohana Home-Visit Nursing Station launches.
  • Home-visit medical examinations start.
  • Jun Miyagawa (fourth-generation hospital director) becomes Akamon Orthopaedic  Surgery & Internal Medicine hospital director.
  • Long-Term Care Health Facility Akamon Nanohanakan opens.
  • Koichi Tanaka becomes Akamon Nanohanakan facility director.
  • Tateyama In-Home Long-Term Care Support Center Nanohana opens.
  • “Home-Visit Long-Term Care Helper (Home Helper) Training Course Level 2” begins.
  • Koichi Tanaka becomes Keishokai vice-president.
  • Home Help Service Nanohana launches.
  • In-Home Long-Term Care Support launches.
  • Jun Miyagawa becomes Keishokai Medical Corporation president.
  • Tateyama Community General Support Center Nanohana opens.
  • Kanji Matsumoto becomes director of Long-Term Care Health Facility Akamon Nanohanakan.
  • Koichi Tanaka becomes Keishokai Medical Corporation president.
  • On-site child daycare center opens.
  • Akamon Nanohanakan Home-Visit Rehabilitation launches.
  • Long-Term Care Health Facility Akamon Nanohanakan is renamed Long-Term Care  Health  Facility Nanohanakan Misaki.
  • Small-scale Long-Term Care Health Facility (Satellite Type) Nanohanakan Nagisa opens.
  • Jun Miyagawa receives 42nd Yomiuri Award for Medical Dedication.

Working environment


Swedish Training

Invited experts from the advanced care-giving nations of northern Europe come to observe our facilities and give lectures to our employees. Likewise, we send employees there as well, all to improve the quality of our care.

Long-Term Care Helper Training Program

(As of 2013, Long-Term Care Specialist Beginner Training)

The Keishokai group believes in cultivating care providers, not just workers. Through our Long-Term Care Helper Training Program, we have produced such human resources in great numbers.

Akamon Childcare Room

For our working employees, the child daycare center provides a fun and safe home-like atmosphere where each child’s needs are met with special attention paid to individuality and concern for others.

Inter-Generational Exchange

We have created an environment that fosters concern for others through frequent opportunities to interact with the people using our care-giving services.