In recent years, non-contact Blood Pressure (BP) measurement has been attracting attention for measuring our health status in daily life. A Doppler radar can observe pulse waves caused by chest wall displacement due to heartbeat. BP can be estimated by constructing a BP estimation model using BP-related features obtained from the pulse wave. However, compared to when modeling for each subject, the BP esti-mation accuracy deteriorates significantly when modeling with multiple subjects including the testing subject. To deal with this limitation, BP category classification has been introduced into PhotoPlethysmoGraphy (PPG)-based BP estimation. In this paper, we develop a Doppler radar-based BP estimation method based on BP category classification. In the proposed method, the pulse waves extracted from a Doppler radar are classified into three categories, 'Low BP', 'Normal BP', and 'High BP' by k-Nearest Neighbor (kNN) based on the features that correlate with BP. The SBP estimation model is trained for each BP category. After the BP category classification, SBP is then estimated by using the model corresponding to the classified BP category. The experimental results showed that the proposed method with BP category classification estimated SBP accurately, compared to without BP category classification.