The Japan Anti-Doping Agency (JADA)

The Japan Anti-Doping Agency (hereinafter “JADA”) was established in 2001 to protect and develop the integrity of sport and the fight against doping in sport. There are 82 member organizations as of September 2015. JADA works to advance anti-doping measures, implement in-competition testing and out-of-competition testing, train instructors, promote anti-doping awareness campaigns, and manage/collect/provide information on anti-doping. The Japan Anti-Doping Code is fully compliant with the World Anti-Doping Code. National Sports Federations shall accept and incorporate the Japan Anti-Doping Code either directly or by reference to their governing documents.

The Japan Anti-Doping Agency (JADA)


1. Established on September 16, 2001.
2. Address: 3-15-1 Nishigaoka, Kita Ward, Tokyo, Japan Institute of Sports Sciences, 3rd and 4th floors
3. Founding principle: JADA aims to protect the rights and health of athletes by fighting against doping in sport, and is committed to promoting and developing the integrity of sport.
4. 82 member organizations
5. Main activities

(1) Determining standard doping test processes for Japan
(2) Implementing doping control procedures
(3) Training doping control officers
(4) Implementing anti-doping education and awareness campaigns
(5) Creating database
(6) Promoting anti-doping research

-- Registration: October 2015 --