Naohiro (written: 直敬, 直宏, 直泰, 直弘, 直大, 直寛, 尚大, 尚弘) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:

  • Naohiro Ikeda (池田 尚弘?) (born 1940), Japanese volleyball player
  • Naohiro Ishikawa (石川 直宏?) (born 1981), Japanese footballer
  • Naohiro Kitade (北出 尚大?) (born 1973), Japanese footballer
  • Nabeshima Naohiro (鍋島 直寛?) (1746–1775), Japanese daimyō
  • Nabeshima Naohiro (Saga) (鍋島 直大?) (1846–1921), Japanese daimyō
  • Nagai Naohiro (永井 直敬?) (1664–1711), Japanese daimyō
  • Naohiro Oyama (大山 直大?) (born 1974), Japanese footballer
  • Naohiro Takahara (高原 直泰?) (born 1979), Japanese footballer
  • Naohiro Tamura (田村 直弘?) (born 1978), Japanese footballer
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