Tokyo Garden is a Japanese Aesthetics Clinic in Singapore, with a focus in non-invasive aesthetic treatments for the skin, face and body. Our treatment protocol is inspired from our sister Garden Clinics in Japan.
Located in the heart of Orchard Road at Wisma Atria, our cozy clinic takes on a tranquil and naturalistic design to reflect the Japanese values of simplicity. While waiting for your treatment, feel free to help yourselves to our selection of beverages and snacks from Japan, or simply stay in our lounge area with serene music lulling you to a restful time.
If you have any concern, do voice out to our staff and we hope to help you with anything you need. Good service is our motto and we hope to give you our best.
Ever since graduating from the top Jikei University School of Medicine in Japan in 1994, Dr Oba has studied different medical approaches to beauty through practising in his own plastic surgery clinic. The expansion of Garden Clinic from Tokyo to five other prominent places in Japan is testimonial of his work.
Dr Oba believes very strongly in treating every patient like his own. With his hands, kindness and passion, he is committed to help them to achieve the beautiful and youthful look they desire and deserve.
Although he does not practise in Singapore, Tokyo Garden Medical Aesthetics follows his passion towards our patients’ care.
Dr Michelle Tan graduated from the National University of Singapore with a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) in 1997. She then went on to obtain her postgraduate Masters in Family Medicine and is an accredited Family Physician.
She has a keen interest in aesthetics, cosmetic dermatology and wellness. Having worked in an established aesthetic clinic and wellness cebtre for many years, she is well-trained in various non-invasive procedures including fillers, botox and lasers. She is also a certified laser physician and has a diploma from the AMerican Academy of Aesthetic Medicine.
Dr Tan advocates a holistic approach towards patients and is ever ready to provide a listening ear to her patients’ concerns.