I’ve been able to make it work for me but it may not be the best approach. A couple of quick points that might be helpful to you. Once again this has just been my experience with the program and my training frequency.
Initially, I did try to run it the way Mr. Wendler suggested it for the boxer but I found that Bench/Squat…Deadlift/Press on the same day was negatively impacting my Judo session that would follow. It is important to continually remind yourself that your main training is the Judo, not the weights. For me to get it to work I had to split the lifts.
I don’t generally do any additional volume. Just the main lifts and get out. Having said that, I have learned to listen to my body. There are some days I am feeling great and I will add some volume and then there are some days that I won’t do the assistance.
Part of the reason I like 5/3/1 so much is that it isn’t insane volume so it allows me to get stronger but doesn’t destroy me so that I can’t do my practice afterward.
If I were only doing 3 main lifts I would nix the BP as well in favor of the OHP. I think it translates better strength wise to what we are doing…once again…just my opinion. LOL
Looking at your schedule I would probably consider splitting the strength training days from the practice days. But as Wender said in his comment you should evaluate it and adjust as necessary.
Eat and Sleep. Can’t say that enough. In my case, I know I don’t consume nearly the number of calories I should but it is important nevertheless.
The last thing, I just realized you said “join Judo dojo” so I gather you haven’t any training under your belt yet. If you are foregoing a Judo practice to do a weight training session that isn’t good. You need the hours on the mat. Work on the Judo and then the strength.
Good luck and enjoy!