* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
Kazuhito Mochizuki (望月 一仁, born December 1, 1957) is a former Japanesefootball player.
After graduating from high school, through the club Shimizu amateur, to join the club (Jubilo Iwata-present) Yamaha Motor football section. Aggressive defense from the front line working as a FW of flavor, also contributes to the football club won the Emperor's Cup and League One promotion in Japan. Retired from active service in 1986. After retirement he was appointed director of youth through Ehime FC of Jubilo Iwata and Yamaha, the National Toresen coach, at that time was a member of Japan Football League in 2005. Grasp the entry of the earnest desire to play to win J-League Japan Football League in the same year, but continues to lead the Ehime J2. For the organization with a focus on player transfers rentals from other clubs, while situation team painful redone to make the player and team turnover significantly as every year, has demonstrated the ability to, such as development of young players also, strictly to fund. On the other hand, in terms of peak performance is to enter the 9-position of the first year, gradually descending. In 2008, ranked 14 out of 15 clubs booby, sluggish ranked 15 out of 18 clubs in 2009, in September of this year, was eventually dismissed by poor performance. But eventually was dismissed, the club's emerging in Ehime, long-term administration laid the leg rest from age five years JFL, contribute to the creation of foundation of the club. Yojiro Takahagi many, such as real Suganuma, players under the guidance of Mochizuki in Ehime, became the mainstay in the original rental club, supporters trust of players were hot. Iwata of full return to training as the person responsible generation of youth and junior youth in 2010