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【Tue.Sat】9:30~13:15 【Closed】Thu.Sun.National Holiday

Director, Doctor of Medicine,
Shintaro Yasue
  • Board Certified Member of The Japanese Circulation Society

  • Board Certified Member of the Japan Diabetes Society

  • Board Certified Member of The Japanese Society of Internal Medicine

Registered Hospitals (Partner Hospitals)
Academic Societies
  • St.Luke’s International Hospital

  • Tokyo SAISEIKAI Central Hospital

  • The Cardiovascular Institute

  • The Japanese Circulation Society

  • The Japan Diabetes Society

  • The Japan Endocrine Society

  • The Japan Society for the Study of Obesity

  • The Japanese Society of Internal Medicine

  • They Japanese Society of Anti-Aging Medicine


Doctor of Medicine Degree in Kyoto University for the Study on Pathologic Significance of Human Adipose Tissue Dysfunction of Metabolic Syndrome


Graduated from the Kagoshima La Salle Junior High School and High School
Graduated from Mie University Faculty of Medicine
Completed Graduate School of Medicine Kyoto University in 2006

Employed in

  • Internal Medicine Dep. in Kyoto University Hospital

  • Cardiovascular Dep. in Kokura Memorial Hospital

  • Department of Medicine and Clinical Science, Kyoto University Hospital

  • Diabetes/Endocrinology and Metabolism, National Cerebral and Cardiovascular Center

  • Since May 2012, Director for GINZA YASUE CLINIC


Adipose Tissue Specific Regulation of Angiotensinogen in Obese Humans and Mice: Impact of Nutritional Status and Adipocyte Hypertrophy.  Am J Hypertens 23: 425-31, 2010

Adipose tissue-specific dysregulation of angiotensinogen by oxidative stress in obesity. Metabolism. 59(9):1241-51. 2010

Renin-Angiotensin System and obesity: Angiology Frontier, 10:45-49, 2010

Arteriosclerotic Factor Control of Smoking Cessation – ASO treatment - Control of Arteriosclerotic Factors as a Diabetes Specialist: Treatment, 93; 616-618, 201

As a Medical Specialist for Cardiac Disease and Diabetes
My Challenge to Metabolic Syndrome

The term “metabolic syndrome”, that is familiar today, was little known 10 years ago. The metabolic syndrome often causes fatal heart disease. With my conviction that deep knowledge and experience is required to treat the metabolic syndrome, I’ve received specialist qualifications in both diabetes and cardiac disease areas after working and absorbing experiences at the specialized facilities (Kyoto University Hospital, Kokura Memorial Hospital, National Cerebral and Cardiovascular Center). I also conducted the research on the mechanism or treatment of obesity at the Graduate School of Medicine Kyoto University. I suppose following points are very important to overcome the metabolic syndrome:

  • To consult multiple diseases deeply and comprehensively.

  • To make early diagnosis and early treatment.

  • To install the state-of-art treatment method.

My mission is the challenge to Metabolic Syndrome.

Shintaro Yasue
Health Councelor, Nutritionist, Hiromi Inaba, Ph. D.

Personal Health Counseling (appointment only)
One-on-one instruction with nutrition and exercise.

Instructor and lecturer for corporations, local governments, or universities.

  • Department of Health and Nutrition, Faculty of Human Sciences in University of Human Arts and Sciences

  • Department of Food Science and Nutrition, Food Science Program, Kyoritsu Women’s University

Academic Societies
  • The Japanese Society of Nutrition and Dietetics

  • Japan Society of Nutrition and Food Science

  • Japanese Society of Physical Fitness and Sports Medicine

  • The Japan Society of Health Sciences of Mind and Body

  • Japan Sports Nutrition Association

We have other women staff: clinical laboratory technician and nurse.

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