Eitaro Hamano  

Lic. Ac

The member of AAC (Association of Acupuncture Clinician)    https://AAC-org.uk

The member of Toyohari Medical Association          https://toyohariuk.org.net


Born in Nagoya city ,Japan. After graduating from university, I enrolled in a photography college wanting to become a photographer who travel around the world and inspire people with my photographs. Then, I entered acupuncture college with the aim of becoming a medical activist in developing countries, as I wanted to work directly and closely amongst people in need. 

I obtained a national qualification as an acupuncturist after completing three years college while working as a newspaper deliverer every morning and evening.  At college, I gained general modern medical knowledge and was impressed by the depth of the world of Oriental medicine, which is different from the analytical and scientific approach of western medicine.


After obtaining a national qualification as an acupuncturist, there was the Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake, and I took part in volunteer activities such as acupuncture treatment and clearing debris. Hereafter, I worked at an acupuncture and moxibustion clinic, an

osteopathic clinic, and in the rehabilitation department of an orthopaedic hospital in Tokyo, run a treatment centre in Australia for a year and a half, gained a total of seven and a half years of clinical experience in acupuncture and moxibustion.


My desire to introduce Japanese acupuncture treatment abroad grew, then I got a chance to work in the UK and moved with my family.

Over the course of 18 years, mainly at a long-established Japanese treatment centre(My Natural Clinic) in the heart of London, a city of diversity, I treated patients of various nationalities with tender care, also studied Japanese acupuncture with other acupuncturists from the UK and Europe.

I had many praises from clients such as like magic! I feel so relaxed and at ease!  I can sleep better now.


In 2022, I returned to Japan, and in 2023 I opened  Wa no Ha Acupuncture Studio at Tokyo.


In the UK, I was helped by many people, experienced many things, and learnt a lot. Also, by looking at Japan from the outside through living abroad, I was able to re-recognize Japanese history and culture. While we were in the UK, acupuncture and moxibustion helped my family’s health and wellbeing, my wife's sudden headache and insomnia problems, my children's fever and injuries, my own stomach pain, and fatigue and tiredness from COVID aftereffects. I also learned that acupuncture and moxibustion treatment is accepted.


Among many people in Europe as a natural medicine that does not use drugs. Reconceptualized the greatness of acupuncture and moxibustion.  I returned to Japan with the ambition to make Japan more energetic and alive by making use of this experience through acupuncture.


I would like more people in Japan to know the benefits of acupuncture and moxibustion treatment (especially Japanese meridian therapy), including the viewpoint of Oriental medicine, such as the causes and processes of illness, the relationship between humans and nature, and the differences in each person's constitution, which is not based on western etiological theories.



Walking, hiking in the mountains, Photograph,Yoga, Aikido, KiKo(Qigong)


Kiko( Qigong ) instractor





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