Bob's at the golf course, golfing by himself as Mt. Fuji looms large in the distance. This must be his day off.
Cut to Bob and Charlotte having lunch. He tells her about how a recent shiatsu massage left him in more pain than he started with. She's shows him her injured toe.
We can't see the offending toe, but if what Bob says is true, it's a dead, black toe. He lays down an ultimatum: she either lets him take her to see a doctor, or they cut it off right there in the restaurant because, in Japan, somebody would probably want to eat it. Predictably, the nearby chef is not amused.
At the hospital, Bob forces Charlotte to ride around in a wheelchair. They're having a grand ol' time.
The man at the front desk doesn't speak English. They don't speak Japanese. He gives them lots of directions, but they're at a loss.
Bob and Charlotte must do something right, though, because the next thing we see is Charlotte getting her foot X-rayed. Meanwhile, Bob hangs out in the waiting room next to a little old man who speaks at length in Japanese, trying to get Bob to understand him.
The doctor goes over Charlotte's X-ray with her in Japanese, too.
Charlotte's released, and Bob greets her with a giant stuffed animal. It's unclear what the final diagnosis is, but now Charlotte's sporting a fashionable bandage on her toe.
Back at the hotel, she looks through selfies of her and John, while Bob putts in his room.