Japan women's national field hockey team

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NicknameSakura 桜 (kanji), 櫻 (old kanji), さくら (hiragana), サクラ (katakana) The Cherry Blossoms
Coach Anthony Farry
Assistant coach(es)Keiko Miura
ManagerMari Nakamrua
Captain Natsuki Naito
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The Japan women's national field hockey team represents Japan in the international field hockey competitions. [2]

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Tournament history

Summer Olympics

World Cup

World League

Champions Trophy

Champions Challenge

Asian Games

Asia Cup

Asian Champions Trophy

Current squad

Roster for the 2018 Women's Hockey World Cup. [3]

Head coach: Flag of Australia (converted).svg Anthony Farry

  1. Megumi Kageyama (GK)
  2. Natsuki Naito (captain)
  3. Mayumi Ono
  4. Yu Asai
  5. Hazuki Nagai
  6. Yukari Mano
  7. Akiko Kato
  8. Minami Shimizu
  9. Kana Nomura
  10. Yuri Nagai
  11. Miki Kozuka
  12. Maho Segawa
  13. Yui Ishibashi
  14. Shihori Oikawa
  15. Mami Karino
  16. Motomi Kawamura
  17. Aki Yamada
  18. Erika Akaya (GK)

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References

  1. "FIH Men's and Women's World Ranking". FIH. 30 June 2021. Retrieved 30 June 2021.
  2. "Japanese Hockey Federation" . Retrieved 21 December 2014.
  3. 2018 World Cup roster