Japanese medicine

Japanese medicine

Japanese medicine has developed parallel to Chinese or Korean medicine. It is sometimes based on similar principles as the other Asian forms of medicine, but also has its own independence. One of these acupuncture methods is the gentle acupuncture form called shonishin, in which the acupuncture points are not stung, but only treated with a kind of pencil. The Japanese skull acupuncture according to Yamamoto (YNSA) is also part of it, the book also exists even in German.

Here you will find books and videos on Japanese medicine. There was a great congress taking place in Frankfurt a couple years ago with very high level participants of Japanese acupuncture. These include Japanese Kampo international medicine as well as Japanese acupuncture, of which there are different styles. We also stock books, such as Clinical Strategies by Kiiko Matsumoto and David Euler or Books on Hara Diagnosis by Stephen Birch, Br. Kalbantner-Wernicke or Hr. Wernicke. Take a look at us.