Naoki Murata

Naoki Murata
Naoki Murata
Born July 21, 1949 (1949-07-21) (age 62)
Tokorozawa, Saitama, Japan
Residence Japan
Nationality Japan
Rank 7th Dan in Kodokan judo
University Tokyo University of Education
Notable school(s) Kodokan
last updated on: 2010-09-14

Naoki Murata (村田 直樹 Murata Naoki?, born 21 July 1949) is a 7th dan judoka, author of many books about judo and curator of the Kodokan Judo Museum in Tokyo.[1]



Murata was born in Tokorozawa, Saitama in 1949.[2] He studied at the Faculty of Physical Education, Department of Martial Arts of the Tokyo University of Education, where he obtained the MA degree in physical fitness in 1973. He has been a judo instructor in more than ten countries including Iceland and Thailand.[3] He also worked as an assistant professor at Kagawa University. He is a curator of the Kodokan Judo Museum and Library. In July 2008, he has been appointed the Head of Directors of the Japanese Academy of Budo, chairman of the All Japan Judo Federation's Committee of Education and Proliferation of Judo and as well as a member of the federation's Referee Committee. He holds 7th dan in Kodokan judo.[4]


  • Supotsu to shintai undo no kagakuteki tankyu (A Scientific Investigation of Sports and Physical Exercise), Bikosha
  • Wa-ei taisho judo yogo kojiten (A Small Japanese-English Dictionary of Judo Vocabulary), Kodokan
  • Wa-ei taisho judo - sono kokoro to kihon (Japanese-English Judo - Its Mind and Basics), Hon no Tomosha
  • Gendai jūdōron: kokusaika jidai no jūdō o kangaeru (Modern Judo), Taishukan shoten, 1993 ISBN 4469262609
  • Jūdō daijiten (Great Judo Dictionary), Atene shobo, 1999 ISBN 4871522059
  • Budo wo shiru (Knowing Budo), Fumaido Shuppan, 2000
  • Judo no shiten (The Judo Point of View), Dowa shoten, 2000 ISBN 4810510654
  • Kanō Jigorō shihan ni manabu (Learning from Jigoro Kano), Nihon Budokan, 2001 ISBN 4583036353
  • Mind over muscle: writings from the founder of Judo, Kodansha International, 2005 ISBN 4770030150
  • L'essence du judo (Essence of Judo), Noisy-sur-École, 2007 ISBN 9782846172424


  1. ^ DANIEL KRIEGER (September 15, 2010). "JUDO - Japan Regains Its Judo Form -". The New York Times. Retrieved 2010-09-19. 
  2. ^ "近代柔道 2004年2月号 転機-あの試合、あの言葉 第26回-村田直樹-". Baseball Magazine Sha Co., Ltd. 2004-02-20. 
  3. ^ Kanō, Jigorō (2006) [2005]. Murata, Naoki. ed. Mind over muscle: writings from the founder of Judo. trans. Nancy H. Ross (2 ed.). Japan: Kodansha International. p. 163. ISBN 4770030150. 
  4. ^ Mary Kwak; Yoffie, David B. (2001). Judo Strategy: Turning Your Competitors' Strength to Your Advantage. Boston, Mass: Harvard Business School Press. p. 215. ISBN 1-57851-253-0. 

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