Shimatest Japan
食物アレルギー・不耐症・毛髪検査・しまテストジャパン

About Shimatest Japan

Thank you very much for visiting my website.

I am a Japanese mother of two sons.   I had lived in London from 2010 to 2012, in Germany to 2017.

There is a bigreason why I started this website; I would like to support the people, especially the children who are suffering from food allergies.

In Japan there is no testing company like Allergy Link, and there are a lot of people who are interested in taking this kind of test.

However, “English” and “Paypal paying system” are big problems for many Japanese people.   Therefore, I offer my Japanese bank account for the payment and I translate the reports from English to Japanese.

You can apply the test directly to Allergy Link, because you are now reading this English page, which means you have no problem with English!

If you don’t live in Japan or don’t eat any Japanese food, it might be better if you contact to Allergy Link, directly, because the testing items don’t include so many Japanese food like ours and the testing price is much cheaper.

In case you eat Japanese food or live in Japan, it might be better if you apply for the test to us, Shima Test Japan.  We have original and unique testing items, such as soba, miso, PM2.5 and radioactive Fukushima.

My both sons , born in 2001 and 2003, had suffered with varieties of food allergies and used to avoid a lot of food items, such as rice, flour, milk, egg, fish, nuts, meat, and etc., when they were young in Japan.  They used to take blood tests twice a year in Japan.

Now they are grown up, so that they can eat almost all the foods, even though they still avoid fish, nuts, and raw egg.

In London in 2011 they took a skin test at St. Mary’s Hospital and one of my sons was diagnosed as a severe fish allergy, so he had always carried an Epipen injection.

Skin tests are popular in Europa and blood tests are popular in Japan, so that my sons took a blood test regularly in Japan and took a skin test in the UK and Germany.

I felt that blood tests were sometimes not so accurate.   I always thought that testing items were limited.   And I just didn’t like it, that my sons always felt pain when they were taking blood tests.

Then, I found Allergy Link.

When I, my husband, and my sons took the Allergy Tests, we were so impressed at the results.   The results were so accurate and I felt the test was much better than blood test and skin test!

It was painless, safe, and easy!!

However, these tests are only available in Europe and the USA.

My sons took the test at Allergy Link in 2010.   After the test, they just had avoided allergens written on their reports.

Then they took the test again in 2011. Their health conditions were much better and the reports seemed better. This test tells us exact items what we should avoid.   It is very dangerous to avoid too many food items, especially for young children.

I have managed the online sns comunity called “食物アレルギー育児を楽しもうぜ” (it means, Let’s enjoy takin’ care of Children with food allergies.)   It is for the mums with their children who suffer from food allergies.

There is a very popular Japanese SNS called Mixi and I have managed this community at Mixi for more than 10 years.  There are more than 18,000 members in the community in May 2013.   I find that a lot of Japanese children have been suffering from food allergies nowadays.   I started to manage the community because I thought it was a good idea to share some ideas between the mothers. I think it is a great idea to try to enjoy taking care of our children, even though they have severe food allergies.

I also manage my personal blog, called Shimafamily.com.   A lot of visitors visited my blog everyday.

Are you interested in taking Allergy Test at Allegy Link through Shima test Japan?  It is always my preasure to help you.

It is very easy to order a test.
You can order the test from your PC and receive your report by Email.

The report is written both in English and Japanese, so it is sure, you understand it well.  German version is also available.

Shimatest Japan

Last updated September 4th, 2018