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Japan Sports Agent is a global sports agency based in Tokyo, Japan providing complete services to our clients and looking to talent from a variety of sports especially Olympic athletes. Our comprehensive
service and a lot of experiences lead our clients to concentrate on playing sports.
We are ranked the top sports agency in Japan as specializing represent Olympic athletes.
In addition to the management to all our clients directly, we have extensive strategic alliances with other management agencies to provide all over the world.
We believe that our services lead to not only the satisfaction of client but also the success of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.

Services

1. Contract negotiation

With every contract we negotiate focused on our client's best interests.

2. Event management and promotion

Our marketing associates will assess the athlete’s positioning to build name brand recognition and maximize off the field revenue.

3. Sponsorship and marketing

Our strategy for sponsorship and marketing is carefully considered to both help a company meet and support athletes demands.

4. Media Marketing

We have strong credibility with television channels, advertising firms, and public institutions.

5. Team placement

We have the ability to help place our clients on both the national and international sports team.

6. Attendance services

We are willing to take care of international athletes and international sports teams in Japan.

Contact
E-mail: japan-sa@ao.gmobb.jp


Athletes

Norio Sasaki

Norio Sasaki
(Football)

『To be a lady's football player』
former association football player
the head coach of the Japan women's national football team
teams managed;
2006-2007 Japan Women U20
2008- Japan Women
managerial honours;
2008 Olympic Games 4th
2011 FIFA Women's World Cup Gold
2013 Olympic Games Silver

Toshihiko Koga

Toshihiko Koga
(Men's Judo)

Olympic Games
1992 Barcelona 71kg Gold
1996 Atlanta 78kg Silver
the head coach for the All-Japan women's judo team The founder of Koga Juku (judo school for a young child)

Kazuyoshi Tatsunami

Kazuyoshi Tatsunami
(Baseball)

『Baseball school』
former Japanese professional baseball player
Baseball commentator

Katsuya Nomura

Katsuya Nomura
(Baseball)

Japan professional baseball league manager
Tohoku Rakuten Golden Eagles honorary manager

Ayumi Tanimoto

Ayumi Tanimoto
(Women's Judo)

2004 Athens Olympics Gold、
2008 Beijing Olympics Gold、
All-in-one win Two successive victories
2013 - 2016、Following the special coach of the All Japan National
Team, she served as the All Japan Junior Coach.
2020 Tokyo Olympics、Paralympic Organizing Committee Director

Hayato Koga

Hayato Koga
(Men's Judo)

2014 All Japan Kade Victory
2016 Bremen Junior International 2nd place
2016 Australia Junior International 3rd place
2017 All Japan Junior 3rd place

Genki Koga

Genki Koga
(Men's Judo)

2015 All Japan Kade Victory 2015 Poland Kade International Victory 2015 World Kade Individual Battle Victory Team competition Victory 2016 Russian Junior International Victory 2017 Hong Kong Open Victory

Hiyori Koga

Hiyori Koga
(Women's Judo)

2014 National junior high school judo competition 3rd place 2015 National junior high school judo competition 2nd place 2016 German Convention Representation from Japan

Daisuke Nakata

Daisuke Nakata
(Trampolining)

2000 Participation in Sydney Olympics
2004 World Ranking 1st
2005 World championship men's team Silver (Captain)

Kiyoshi Hatanaka

Kiyoshi Hatanaka
(Boxing)

1991 WBC Super Bantamweight Champion
the president of Hatanaka Boxing Gym

Hiroshi Nakano

Hiroshi Nakano
(Boxing)

1999 OPBF Flyweight Champion

Ryuhei Sugita

Ryuhei Sugita
(Boxing)

1998 Japan Super featherweight Champion

Hiroshi Hayano

Hiroshi Hayano
(Football)

Japan football leage manager, commentator
(management team; Yokohama F. Marinos, Kashiwa Reysol, Gamba osaka)

Koji Tanaka

Koji Tanaka
(Football)

Japan football leage manager, commentator
(management team; Nagoya Grampus, Shonan Bellmare) (general manager; Vegalta Sendai)
1993-1995 Japan U-20 team manager

Sayaka Kato

Sayaka Kato
(Snowboard)

2007 JOC Junior Olympic Half-pipe Gold
2008 FIS Kissmark Cup Gold
2009 JSBA All Japan Championship Silver

Kototsurugi

Kototsurugi
(Sumo)

former sumo wrestler(rikishi)
sumo cartoonist, critic

Hiroshi Sowa

Hiroshi Sowa
(Football)

Japan football leage manager, commentator
(management team; Cerezo Osaka, Sagan Tosu)
former football player very good at assistance

Akira Masuda

Akira Masuda
(Karate)

1990 the 22nd All Japan Kyokushin Tournament Gold
1991 the 5th World Karate Tournament Second Place,Grand master of Kyokushin Kaikan Masuda Dojo

Yuki Sho

Yuki Sho
(Japan Society of Sport Psychology member)

Commentator on sports psychology, sports writer and sports caster

Kazumi Nakamura

Kazumi Nakamura
(Volleyball)

Former all Japan volleyball ace attacker, Sports commentator
Olympic Games 1992, 1996 player
2004, 2008 All Japan team staff

Ayako Inada

Ayako Inada
(Rythmic gymnastics)

Olympic Games
2000 Group competition 5th

Kousetsu Kanamaru

Kousetsu Kanamaru
(Alpine skiing)

2008 National junior high school ski competition (GS) Gold
2009 National high school ski competition (Slalom) 5th
FIS GS & SL race of domestic or an overseas is entered.

Kiyoteru Higuchi

Kiyoteru Higuchi
(Taekwondo)

2000 Olympic Games
2012 Olympics Games
strengthening specification player 16 totals win a medal by an international match including the World Cup.

Yuko Nakanishi

Yuko Nakanishi
(Boat Race)

Female motorboat race player

Mayo Hattori

Mayo Hattori
(Taekwondo)

2007 Korea Open International
Taekwondo Championship Bronze
2008 East Asian Games Gold
2011 All Japan championship gold

Hiroki Yamashita

Hiroki Yamashita
(Taekwondo)

2009 One Taekwondo Open
competition Gold
2010 All Japan championship Silver

Yuji Iwamoto

Yuji Iwamoto
(Ice hockey)

1994 Olympic Games ice hockey manager
(management team; U-20 All Japan, Yukijirushi ice hockey Club)

Izumi Amaike

Izumi Amaike
(Snowboard)

X-game Bronze

Hidekazu Imai

Hidekazu Imai
(Golf)

Takayuki Kawanishi

Takayuki Kawanishi
(Trampolining)

2002 World Cup Gold
2003 World Cup Silver
2004 World ranking 1st

Masahiro Yamada

Masahiro Yamada
(Sepak takraw)

2007 International championship Bronze
2008 King's Cup world championship Gold
2008 All Japan championship Gold

Atsushi Kato

Atsushi Kato
(Volleyball)

Volleyball international official-recognition coach
(management team; Hitachimobara women's volleyball team, Tunisia national team coach )

Kumiko Kaneda

Kumiko Kaneda
(Golf)

『How to play golf for woman』
Woman's Professional golfer
2011 Fuji Sankei Classic 1st
2013 Hokenno Madoguchi Ladies 2nd
2013 Suntory Ladies Open Golf Tournament 2nd

Naoko Ogiwara

Naoko Ogiwara
(Female racing driver)

Formula One, 24 Hours of Le Mans 2001 All Japan championship GT2 Class Bronze
(first winners' platform acquisition in a female team victor)
A present Japan super durable race only female driver

Hiroyasu Shimizu
(Speed skating)

Former speed skater
1998 Nagano Olympics 500m Gold 1000m Bronze
2002 Solt Lake City Olympics 500m Silver
At present, he appears on TV and gives speeches as a sportscommentator. ※Requests for speeches are accepted.

Other

Aki Okada

Aki Okada
(Announcer)

sports announcer, sports reporter

Shiori Asou

Shiori Asou
(Reporter)

sports MC, reporter

Takako Anami

Takako Anami
(Announcer)

sports narrator, MC & sports reporter

Akane Ida

Akane Ida
(Announcer)

sports announcer, sports reporter

Reiko Tosa

Reiko Tosa
(Marathon)

2001 World Championships Silver
2004 Olympic Games 5th
2007 Osaka, Japan Bronze

Jr department

Daiki Takeda

Daiki Takeda
(Junior Golf)

2010 National junior high school golf Group convention Silver
2011 National junior high school golf Group convention Bronze
Now, since it becomes a pro golf player, he is given training in Japan, Australia, or the United States.

Sarasa Matsushima

Sarasa Matsushima
(Equestrian)

Contact

E-mail: japan-sa@ao.gmobb.jp

Japan Sports Agent
JFM Bluesky Inc. Japan Area

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