Torako Yui Ph.D.Hom. Chairperson of Indo Japan World Homoeopathy Conference
Torako Yui Ph.D.Hom. Chairperson of Indo Japan World Homoeopathy Conference


Torako Yui

The chairperson of Indo and Japan World Homoeopathic Conference 2015

I held the first historical conference to India and Japan, the Indo and Japan homoeopathy international conference in Delhi on 18, 19 and 20 October 2013 with the cooperation of C.A.S.H. 

It was a big challenge for me that introducing Japanese homoeopathy which is about 20 years old, a short history of homoeopathy to the big country of homoeopathy, India.

I have succeeded many cases by ZEN method which is based on teachings of Hahnemann and matches modern diseases or intractable diseases in endless quest to treat patients who were suffering from diseases in Japan, the big country of iatrogenic diseases.

As a result of my studies, I have also found that integrating homoeopathic treatment and inner child healing increase patients’ curative power as Japanese people have particular values which showing emotions are childish, so they need to release the values by healing their inner child.

I had made up my mind to receive a big objection from homoeopathic doctors in India as classical homoeopathy has been widely spread there when I decided to do this challenge. 

Contrary to this my expectation, we reached the agreement that homoeopaths should keep learning, discovering and evolving without sticking to a method in order to cure patients at the Indo and Japan homoeopathy international conference in 2013. 

I am even receiving messages from Indian homoeopathic doctors who ‘wish to learn ZEN method’ nowadays.

As Hahnemann said, we need to prescribe many remedies to cure intractable diseases.

I am gratitude to Indian homoeopathic doctors’ width of mind to accept our Japanese method from the bottom of my heart. We, Japanese homoeopaths were also hugely inspired by Indian speakers at the conference. In this way, it will be a very important thing that we give presentations each other by joining hands between countries in the world for homoeopathy to develop.

I am delighted to announce that the second Indo and Japan World Homoeopathy Conference is going to be held on 28 February and 1 March 2015 in Delhi, India.

I am wishing, Indian homoeopathic doctors, Japanese homoeopaths and homoeopaths in other countries give presentations about the results of their daily practices, inspire each other and bring the great knowledge and wisdom which they gained at this conference back home to return the fruits to their patients. I am also willing to give my latest clinical cases at this conference.

In India, Prime Minister, Mr Narendra Modi on Sunday 9 November 2014 appointed Mr Shripad Yesso Naik to be a Minister of Ayurveda, Yoga and Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha and Homeopathy (AYUSH). I learnt that AYUSH has become an independent ministry and Mr Modi has shown his policy to push forward practices and promotions of traditional medicines further. 

I express my respects to India where healthy medical systems are more strengthen.

It has been about 20 years since I brought homoeopathy into Japan.

As of today, there are 1,500 graduates from the Japan Royal Academy of Homoeopahty (RAH) and College of Holistic Homoeopathy (CHhom) which I founded, 600 registered homoeopaths at the Japanese Homoeopathic Medical Association (JPHMA), 300 Nippon homoeopathy centres recognized by the JPHMA and 100 animal homoeopaths.

It is estimated that at least 200 thousands people are using homoeopathy in Japan.

Comparing to the 20 years ago, when no professional homoeopaths existed in Japan except for me, the environment which many more Japanese people are able to receive benefits of homoeopathy have been established now.

However, if we compare to India where the traditional medicine has been widely and officially accepted, it is still a long way to reach. I am wishing to ask supports and cooperations from Indian homoeopathic doctors for Japan to gain the medical systems like in India.

I am looking forward to meeting you all in Delhi.

Best wishes,

Torako Yui Ph.D.Hom

The chairperson of Indo and Japan World Homoeopathy Conference

The chairperson of the Japanese Homoeopathic Medical Association (JPHMA)














インドでは、2014年11月9日、ナレンドラ・モディ、インド首相(インド人民党)が、政府改造をし、AYUSH大臣(Shripad Yesso Naik / シュリパド・イェッソ・ナイク)を任命されました。



現在は、私が開校したプロフェッショナルホメオパス養成スクールRAHとCHhom卒業生が合計1,500人。JPHMA認定ホメオパス 600名、日本ホメオパシーセンター300ケ所、JPHMA認定アニマルホメオパス100名おります。日本では、少なく見積もっても20万人のホメオパシー利用者があると推定されています。私以外のプロフェッショナル・ホメオパスが存在しなかった20年前と比較すれば、多くの日本人が、ホメオパシーの恩恵を受ける事ができる環境になりました。





由井 寅子 ホメオパシー博士





Jan 2015

Central Council for Research in Homoeopathy (CCRH) officially invited Japanese Homoeopathic Medical Association (JPHMA) for interactive seminar with the CCRH scientists on Friday 27 February 2015.




JAN 2015

Honorary guest speaker from

WHO South East Asia Region,

Dr Kim Sung Chol, Technical Officer, Traditional Medicine will give a presentation.

'WHO Global TRM strategy 2014 to 2015 and situation of traditional medicine in the South East Asia region'


Dr Kim Sung Chol



発表タイトル「WHO世界伝統医学ストラテジー 2014-2015 東南アジア地域における伝統医学の状況」


Dec 2014

Indian speakers were decided


Nov 2014

Conference venue was announced



Oct 2014

Main speakers were decided



15 Aug 2014

A Special Website open



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Video Clip 2013


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