|Association||Japan Football Association|
|Head coach||Bruno García Formoso|
|FIFA ranking||16 (12 May 2020)|
| Belgium 3–0 Japan |
(Rotterdam, Netherlands, 6 January 1989)
| Japan 18–0 Guam |
(Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, 24 May 2005)
| Spain 16–0 Japan |
(Torrejon de Ardoz, Spain, 29 March 2002)
|Appearances||4 (First in 1989 )|
|Best result||Round of 16, (2012)|
|AFC Futsal Championship|
|Appearances||15 (First in 1999 )|
|Best result||Champions, (2006, 2012, 2014)|
|EAFF Futsal Championship|
|Appearances||1 (First in 2009 )|
|Best result||Runners-up, (2009)|
|Appearances||1 (First in 2014 )|
|Best result||6th place, (2014)|
|Grand Prix de Futsal|
|Appearances||1 (First in 2013 )|
|Best result||8th place, (2013)|
The Japan national futsal team represents Japan in international futsal competitions and is controlled by the Japan Football Association. It is one of the strongest teams in Asia, the champions in the 2006, 2012 and 2014 Asian Futsal Championships.Japan has also played in four FIFA Futsal World Cups.
The Japan national futsal team has been known or nicknamed as "サムライ・ファイブ (Samurai Five)".
Win Draw Lose Fixtures
|22 October 2020 AFC Futsal Championship qualification||Macau||2–17||Japan||Ordos Sports Centre, Ordos|
Referee: Nurdin Bukuev (Kyrgyzstan)
|Head Coach||Bruno Garcia Formoso|
|Assistant Coach||Kenichiro Kogure|
|Assistant Coach||Takakuwa Daijiro|
|Goalkeeper Coach||Keitaro Uchiyama|
|No.||Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Club|
|1||GK||Yushi Sekiguchi||24 October 1991 (aged 26)||Nagoya Oceans|
|2||GK||Higor Pires||7 July 1980 (aged 37)||Pescadola Machida|
|16||GK||Daimu Yazawa||27 February 1994 (aged 23)||Fugador Sumida|
|3||FP||Yuki Murota||13 April 1992 (aged 25)||Pescadola Machida|
|4||FP||Koichi Saito||25 August 1994 (aged 23)||Nagoya Oceans|
|5||FP||Minamoto Akira||28 January 1987 (aged 31)||Fuchu Athletic|
|6||FP||Tomoki Yoshikawa||3 February 1989 (aged 28)||Nagoya Oceans|
|7||FP||Rafael Henmi||30 July 1992 (aged 25)||Benfica|
|8||FP||Manabu Takita||26 July 1986 (aged 31)||Pescadola Machida|
|9||FP||Kaoru Morioka||7 April 1979 (aged 38)||Pescadola Machida|
|10||FP||Kazuhiro Nibuya||13 December 1987 (aged 30)||Vasagey Oita|
|11||FP||Shota Hoshi||17 November 1985 (aged 32)||Bardral Urayasu|
|12||FP||Kazuya Shimizu||6 February 1997 (aged 20)||Thái Sơn Nam FC|
|13||FP||Tomoaki Watanabe||29 April 1986 (aged 31)||Fuchu Athletic|
|14||FP||Ryosuke Nishitani||31 January 1986 (aged 32)||Nagoya Oceans|
|15||FP||Minami Kato||20 December 1992 (aged 25)||Shriker Osaka|
|Futsal Asian Cup||3||6||2||11|
|Asian Indoor Games||0||1||1||2|
|East Asian Championship||0||1||0||1|
|FIFA Futsal World Cup record|
|1992||Did Not Qualify|
|2012||Round of 16||4||1||1||2||13||17|
|2016||Did Not Qualify|
|2020||To be determined|
|Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games record|
|2005||Did not enter|
|EAFF Futsal Championship record|
|2013||Did not enter|
|Grand Prix de Futsal record|
|2005||Did not enter|
|2014||Did not enter|
|Futsal Confederations Cup record|
|2009||Did not enter|
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| Asian Champions |
2006 (First title)
| Asian Champions |
2012 (Second title)
2014 (Third title)