Doctor Profile

Director and dental practitioner: Kosuke Fukutomi, D.D.S


Graduated Meikai University, Faculty of Dentistry
Obtained dentist’s license
Worked at Meikai University Hospital
Completed UCLA Advanced Education in General Dentistry Preceptor Program
Graduated UCLA Esthetic Dentistry Post-Graduate Program
Opened Fukutomi Dental Office


Letter of Recommendation from University Professor in the U.S.


To Whom It May Concern,

It is my honor to write this letter in endorsement of Dr.Kosuke Fukutomi. Dr.Fukutomi spent 2 years at UCLA in the Center for Esthetic Dentistry. There he showed exceptional talent and dedication in the care of his patients. He completed many challenging cases, and continually impressed his patients and attending faculty.

As Assistant Director for the UCLA CED during Dr.Fukutomi’s time at the practice, I got the opportunity to see his talents firsthand. I have seen many dentists come through this program and he continues to stand out as among the best we ever had. It is with great confidence that I can recommend the dental care provided by Dr.Fukutomi.

On behalf of UCLA, I am very proud of his accomplishments and continue to watch his future career with great interest.


Todd R.Schoenbaum,DDS,FACD
Associate Clinical Professor – UCLA
Director – UCLA Continuing Education
Former Assistant Director – UCLA Center for Esthetic Dentistry

Greetings From the Doctor


I have three years of experience in dental care at UCLA in the United States: one year in general dentistry and two years in esthetic dentistry. I’ve experienced real English through studying and practicing dental care in the US as well as consulting with local patients about their concerns and requests.

Even after returning to Japan, I have been engaging in insurance-covered dentistry, preventive dentistry, and esthetic dentistry for many non-Japanese patients at the general dentist office in Japan.

When I moved to the United States, I was living in Los Angeles but I had many concerns and worries at first as I didn’t know anything about the city. Similarly, non-Japanese residents in Japan and in Tokyo might have some concern when searching for hospitals in a non-English speaking country. For those who have just moved to an unfamiliar town or those who have only been in Japan for a short time, it’s probably even more difficult to find dentists and hospitals.

I would be glad if we could provide a sense of relief to such patients through dental care and prevention.

I’m confident that we can offer stress-free communication. Please feel free to contact us via phone or email for any requests or inquiries.

General Dentistry

General Dentistry

General dentistry for cavities and periodontal disease. Small cavities can be treated with white fillings. Root canal treatment is conducted for large cavities.
Visit us for any of the following symptoms:

  • Tooth pain or discomfort
  • Chipped front tooth / back tooth
  • Detached, chipped, or cracked crown/filling

Checkups & Cleaning

Checkups & Cleaning

“I don’t have any symptoms that I’m currently concerned with, but I used to have regular checkups and teeth cleaning in my home country. Now that I live in Japan, I don’t know which clinic to go to for checkups and cleaning, so I haven’t done anything about it.”

We often receive such comments from non-Japanese patients. Visit our clinic for continual regular checkups and teeth cleaning even in Japan.

We offer services such as stain removal, as well as cleaning, scaling, fluorine varnish, and Airflow treatment for prevention of cavity and periodontal disease.

Esthetic Dentistry

Dental Bonding

Dental Bonding

Esthetic composite resin material is applied and hardened to repair chipped front teeth, to close spaces between teeth for a natural look, or as an alternative to back teeth fillings. Consult us for preoperative simulations.

Click here for cases practiced at our clinic ⇒ Examples of Dental Bonding

Porcelain Fillings and Crowns

Porcelain Fillings and Crowns

Treatment using inlays and crowns made from dental porcelain such as Zirconia. We partner with UCLA-trained dental technicians for construction of esthetic crowns and laminate veneers for the front teeth.

Click here for cases practiced at our clinic
Examples of porcelain inlays

Examples of laminate veneers

Examples of all-porcelain crowns



Whitening treatment using sodium polyphosphate. A special LED irradiator and agents are used to make teeth naturally white with a transparent feel.


*Prices are for patients who do not have Japanese Health Insurance (including tax)

Initial consultation, Follow-up consultation, and Examinations

Price Notes
Initial office visit fee


Follow-up office visit fee


within 1year since last visit
Panoramic x-ray


Dental x-ray


The office visit fee is required each time.

Dental Emergency

Price Notes
Emergency (Temporary) treatment 8,800JPY such as Temporary tooth or Pain removal
Medication 5,500JPY Painkiller or Antibiotics

The office visit fee is required each time.

Teeth Cleaning (Scaling and Polishing)

Course Time required Price



The office visit fee is required each time.

Teeth Whitening

Course Time required Price
Office Whitening



Home Whitening Kit

30min (2 visits)


The office visit fee is required each time.

Esthetic Dentistry / Porcelain Treatments

Material Price Notes
Zirconia Crown


The best quality among porcelain crowns. It is suitable for front teeth where esthetics is pursued, and especially for nonvital teeth with a metal base. It gives a very beautiful finish.
Ceramic Crown


As it doesn’t use any metal, you will not be able to tell the difference from real teeth. Ceramic Crowns will also give a beautiful finish, just as beautiful as Zirconia Crowns.
Porcelain Veneer


A very thin layer of the tooth’s surface is scraped and a porcelain-shell is bonded to the surface using special cement. This technique is used for front teeth to pursue esthetics to a higher degree.
Ceramic Onlay


Porcelain used for parts where cusps of the teeth are covered (bicuspids and molars).
Ceramic Inlay


Porcelain used for parts where teeth are partially covered (bicuspids and molars).
Dental Bonding


A cosmetic composite resin is bonded to the tooth to alter the tooth’s shape, making teeth appear straighter and more pleasing to the eye. It usually takes only one appointment.

The office visit fee is required each time.


Gold has almost the same strength as teeth enamel, and is a low-allergy material. Aside from the esthetics aspect, it has the best biocompatibility.

Material Price Notes
Gold Inlay


Used for parts where teeth are partially covered (bicuspids and molars).
Gold Onlay


Used for parts where cusps of the teeth are covered (bicuspids and molars).
Gold Crown


Crown applied over the entire tooth.

The office visit fee is required each time.

Various Types of Medical Insurance Accepted


We accept Japanese Health Insurance.

We also accept medical insurance of different countries.
Please contact us for more information.

Access / Clinic Information

Clinic name Fukutomi Dental Office
Access / Transportation 4 min walk from “Yoyogi-Hachiman” station on Odakyu Line
4 min walk from “Yoyogi-Koen” station on Chiyoda subway line
8 min walk from “Yoyogi-Uehara” station on Chiyoda subway line & Odakyu Line
Address 〒151-0062
27-7 Motoyoyogicho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo (1st floor)
For appointment and inquiries

Make an appointment Or ⇒Inquiry mail

Clinic hours Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays
9:30am-1:00pm / 2:00pm-6:30pm
9:30am-1:00pm / 2:00pm-4:30pm
Closed Wednesdays, Sundays, and national holidays
Practiced fields
  • General dentistry
  • Preventive dentistry
  • Esthetic dentistry
  • Whitening
  • Outpatient care specializing in gapped tooth
English speaking dentist
CONTACT 03-6407-0229

Office hours: 9:30am-1:00pm / 2:00pm-6:30pm *Open until 4:30pm on Saturdays
Closed on Wednesdays, Sundays, and national holidays


27-7 Motoyoyogicho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo (1st floor) 〒151-0062

4 min walk from “Yoyogi-Koen” station (Exit 1) on Chiyoda subway Line
4 min walk from “Yoyogi-Hachiman” station (Exit North) on Odakyu Line
8 min walk from “Yoyogi-Uehara” station (Exit East) on Chiyoda subway Line and Odakyu Line