Care

Osteopathy is a manual therapy that aims to heal the functional disorders of human body structures and restore the balance between body and mind.

Reasons for consulting

Backache, migraine, stress, etc. Osteopathy is for everyone, from newborns to elderly people, as well as pregnant women or who have recently given birth.

Easy access cares

The office is 1 minute walk from Shinjuku-Nishiguchi Station on Oedo Line and 3 minutes walk from Seibu-Shinjuku Station on Seibu Shinjuku Line.

Easy Appointments

You can make an appointment in only a few minutes on our website.

At the center of Tokyo

The office is in Shinjuku, specifically in Nishi-Shinjuku. Easy to access and to come by train or subway.

Duly recognized diploma

The diploma is duly recognized by the French ministry of Health. He also has a certification for pediatric care.

Personal checks

Every patient is unique, and so is the care. He assure a personal follow-up for every patient to be sure the best treatment is defined.

Your team

Osteopath D.O.

Sébastien Bailet Kojima

Sébastien Bailet-Kojima is an Osteopath D.O. who was born in 1991 in Paris, France.

He is a native speaker in French, Japanese and fluent in English.

After 5 years of studies and a few months of home consultation in France, he created his own company Osteo Japan who offers osteopathy sessions by appointment in Shinjuku, Tokyo or home consultation:

  • Graduated from Holistéa Collège Ostéopathique Européen (certified by the French Ministry of Health and Higher Education, registered at RNCP level 1) in Cergy-Pontoise near Paris, France in 2017
  • Pediatric certification in 2017
  • Experience in multiple sports events: Pirelli (Motorcycle racers at Circuit du Val de Vienne) and EDHEC Sailing Cup in 2017
  • Establishment of Osteo Japan in Shinjuku, Tokyo in 2018
  • An active member of CCI France Japon (French Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Japan) since 2018
  • Partner of the All France Rugby Club since 2019

Make your health a priority

What to expect during a consultation:

  1. Fact finding about the patient’s symptoms and history,
  2. A phase of observation and tests from head to toe,
  3. Osteopathic diagnosis,
  4. Treatment using soft tissue techniques,
  5. Advice adapted to the patient (ex: stretching, feeding, working position …)

Please note that the session requires the patient to be in underwear (possibility to put tank top, shorts or leggings).