|Full name||KIMURA Koji|
Koji Kimura (木村 興治, Kimura Kōji, born December 1940) is a retired Japanese table tennis player and coach who won four world titles between 1961 and 1967. He is left-handed.
Table tennis career
He won nine World Championship medals included four gold medals; one in the doubles with Nobuya Hoshino; two in the mixed doubles with Kazuko Ito-Yamaizumi and Masako Seki respectively and one in the team event for Japan.
After retiring from competitions Kimura worked as a sports functionary. He is a senior member of the Japanese Olympic Committee and vice president of the Japanese Table Tennis Association.
 In 2014 he was elected to the Advisory Council of the International Table Tennis Federation.