The JMIP (Japan Accreditation of Medical Service for Accepting International Patients, 外国人患者受入れ医療機関認証制度) is a certification for Japanese medical institutions.  JMIP was created by the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare (厚生労働省) in 2011, as part of a national plan to accelerate international medical exchange.  Other than the language barrier, recognition of culture and religious differences are taken in account.

Certification is accredited by the Japan Medical Education Foundation.  As of writing, there are 52 hospitals that have received certification.

==> The JMIP website.