Afternoon Tea at a Maternity Hospital in Saitama 32 weeks, the goal is in sight, and the maternity classes are coming to an end. I will miss my bi-monthly indulgences! I went to my 2nd last class this week, “Hospital Stay Briefing Session”. It is the only obligatory class, but nobody needs an excuse to go to these wonderful classes with all the gifts we get. A sample below:
The Briefing class also comes with a very delicious Afternoon Tea in the main restaurant. Surely it is only in Japan that you can find Afternoon Tea served in a maternity hospital? In previous years this session came with lunch served in the KI Hall, while we listened to the chefs introduce their cuisine and the room staff explaining the gifts in our private rooms! I preferred the afternoon tea as it allowed me talk to some of the other Moms.
Keiai Hospital in Fujimi is an excellent maternity and pediatric hospital in Fujimi City. I have had amazing experiences there and highly recommend it for both prenatal, antenatal and pediatric care. For more information on the hospital:
- General information for Keiai Hospital
- Day 0 of a hospital stay after giving birth in Japan
- Day 1 of a hospital stay after giving birth in Japan
- Maternity hospital like a hotel in Saitama: day 2 of a regular postnatal stay
- Day 3 in a maternity hospital after giving birth
- The final day, day 4, of a standard hospital stay after a regular birth in Japan
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