People with an address in Takamatsu City who are not covered by their workplace health insurance or mutual aid association must enroll in National Health Insurance.
Registered foreign residents must enroll in national health insurance if they intend to stay in Japan for more than one year.
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●National Health Insurance Procedures to be Completed Before Leaving Japan
When you leave Japan, you can complete your National Health Insurance Withdrawal procedures beforehand by bringing your air or ship ticket with a printed departure date and your reservation ticket to the National Health Insurance Information Desk. However, the reservation ticket must have the registered name of the person leaving the country.
Make up payments for: medical expenses, transport costs, high-cost medical expenses, and hospital meal expenses, loans for high-cost medical expenses, lump-sum birth allowance, funeral expenses, special medical examinations, and support programs for physical examinations.
For details on different payments, contact the Health Insurance and Elderly Medical Care Section.
The Latter-Stage Elderly Medical Care System is managed by the Kagawa Prefectural Regional Association for Latter -Stage Elderly Medical Care (2 Fukuoka-cho Tel. 811-1866), but various reception work, inquiries and insurance payment collection are handled by Takamatsu City. The Latter-Stage Medical Care System applies to the following people:
Latter-Stage Elderly Medical Care applies to the following people:
National Health Insurance and Latter-Stage Elderly Medical Care System payments can be made at City Hall, or at any branch office or liaison office, in addition to your nearest financial institution.
Consultations about special situations or about splitting the payment into installments can be done at the National Health Insurance and Elderly Medical Care Section.