This chapter discusses the general trend seen in the articles of Shin Kenchiku, Japan Architects, and AIJ Work Selections and clarifies the unique designs in a number of hospital buildings. It should be noted that the Journal of Japan Institute of Healthcare Architecture was first issued in 1968, and has reported on newly built health care facilities with explanatory photographs and drawings, including articles and research papers. Although a review of planning and design features of awarded hospitals would suit the purpose of the chapter, the authors have decided to keep that task for another occasion. Paul Finch, who was an Architectural Review author at that time, starts his essay by introducing Professor Roger Ulrich and evidence-based design which showed that certain environments can help patients recover more quickly, using fewer drug treatments. At the beginning of the twenty-first century the design was adapted in hospital architecture designed and built-in Japan and the UK.