|Full name||Shu Kamo|
|Date of birth||October 29, 1939|
|Place of birth||Ashiya, Hyogo, Japan|
|Height||1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)|
|Ashiya High School|
|1961–1964||Kwansei Gakuin University|
|1999–2000||Kyoto Purple Sanga|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
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In 1974, Kamo became a manager for Nissan Motors. In 1991, he became a manager for All Nippon Airways (later Yokohama Flügels) and won the 1993 Emperor's Cup. In December 1994, he was named Japan national team manager, replacing Paulo Roberto Falcão. In October 1997, at the 1998 World Cup qualification final round, after 4 games, he was dismissed and assistant coach Takeshi Okada was promoted to be the new manager.
|1998 FIFA World Cup qualification final round|
|2||September 19||Abu Dhabi||United Arab Emirates||0–0|
|3||September 28||Tokyo||South Korea||1–2|
In 1999, Kamo became a manager for Kyoto Purple Sanga until June 2000. From 2001, he managed a number of universities such as Shobi University, Osaka Gakuin University and his alma mater Kwansei Gakuin University. In 2017, he was selected to the Japan Football Hall of Fame.