Bill from Princess - can't get explanation what it's for

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I fell in Kyoto in 2015 and fractured my femur. I was taken to the Red Cross Daiichi hospital where I had fabulous care. I was very fortunate that my surgeon spoke fluent English as well as one of the nurses. Those who did not speak English either tried to understand my or went to get someone who did. After 8 days in the hospital and surgery, I was flown home to the states with a nurse. Fortunately, my travel insurance covered everything. I would not be afraid of healthcare in Japan.
 
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I fell in Kyoto in 2015 and fractured my femur. I was taken to the Red Cross Daiichi hospital where I had fabulous care. I was very fortunate that my surgeon spoke fluent English as well as one of the nurses. Those who did not speak English either tried to understand my or went to get someone who did. After 8 days in the hospital and surgery, I was flown home to the states with a nurse. Fortunately, my travel insurance covered everything. I would not be afraid of healthcare in Japan.
That's wonderful! I can only say every situation is different.