|Secretary General||Eisuke Hiraoka|
|Part of a series on|
The Japanese Olympic Committee (日本オリンピック委員会, Nippon Orinpikku Iinkai, JOC) is the National Olympic Committee in Japan for the Olympic Games movement, based in Tokyo, Japan. It is a non-profit organisation that selects teams and raises funds to send Japanese competitors to Olympic events organised by the International Olympic Committee (IOC).
The Japanese Olympic Committee has helped organise every bid for an Olympic Games by a Japanese city to date. Japan has held the Olympic Games three times: the Summer Olympics once (1964 Summer Olympic Games, Tokyo) and the Winter Olympics twice (the 1972 Winter Olympics in Sapporo and the 1998 Winter Olympic Games in Nagano). Japan will be hosting its fourth Olympic Games and its second Summer Olympics in 2020, twice in Tokyo.
|8||1962–1969||Prince Tsuneyoshi Takeda|
The committee of the JOC is represented by:
- President: Yasuhiro Yamashita
- Vice Presidents: Eisuke Hiraoka, Yasuo Saito
- Secretary General: Eisuke Hiraoka
- Senior Members: Kiichiro Matsumaru, Kohzo Tashima, Tsuyoshi Fukui, Tetsuro Hibino
- Members: Yuko Arakida, Masatoshi Ito, Koji Ueno, Shin-ichiro Otsuka, Mitsugi Ogata, Takahiro Kitano, Akira Kokaze, Mikako Kotani, Haruka Saito, Noriyuki Sakamoto, Yuji Takada, Naoko Takahashi, Mitsuo Tsukahara, Hiroo Nobata, Yosuke Fujiwara, Ichiro Hoshino, Kazufumi Minami, Keisuke Muratsu, Koji Murofushi, Kaori Yamaguchi
- Auditors: Mitsutaka Kurokawa, Shigemitsu Sakuma, Toshihisa Nagur
Notable former members
Japan National Federations are the organizations that coordinate all aspects of their individual sports. They are responsible for training, competition and development of their sports. There are currently 34 Olympic Summer and 6 Winter Sport Federations in Japan.
- Executive committee on official site (English)
- "Mr. Kawabuchi died, 88 years old Tomakomai comes from the international hall of fame with ice hockey". 47news (in Japanese). 2014-01-20. Archived from the original on 2014-02-27. Retrieved 2019-03-05.
- Member federations on official site (English)
- Official website (in Japanese and English)