|Association||Japan Football Association|
|Head coach||Masanori Ito|
| Thailand 2–3 Japan |
(Macau; 27 October 2007)
| Japan 8–0 Uzbekistan |
(Incheon, South Korea; 26 June 2013)
| Spain 8–0 Japan |
(Las Rozas, Spain; 10 December 2019)
Portugal 8–0 Japan
(Entrocamento, Portugal; 2 September 2018)
|Appearances||6 (First in 2010 )|
|Best result||Group stage (all)|
|AFC Women's Futsal Championship|
|Appearances||2 (First in 2015 )|
|Best result||Silver Medal, (2015 & 2018)|
|Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games|
|Appearances||3 (First in 2007 )|
|Best result||Gold Medal, (2007, 2009, 2013)|
The Japan women's national futsal team represents Japan in international women's futsal competitions and is controlled by the Japan Football Association. It is one of the strongest teams in Asia as the champions of the 2007, 2009 and 2013 Asian Indoor Games.
Win Draw Lose Fixtures
|3 May 2018 2018 AFC Women's Futsal Championship (Group C)||Japan||5–1||Lebanon||Bangkok Arena, Bangkok|
Referee: Fathi Zari (Iran)
|5 May 2018 2018 AFC Women's Futsal Championship (Group C)||Bahrain||0–13||Japan||Bangkok Arena, Bangkok|
Referee: Chiara Perona (Italy)
|7 May 2018 2018 AFC Women's Futsal Championship (Group C)||Japan||6–4||China||Bangkok Arena, Bangkok|
Referee: Maryam Poor Jafarian (Iran)
|9 May 2018 2018 AFC Women's Futsal Championship (Quarter-finals)||Japan||5–1||Uzbekistan||Indoor Stadium Huamark, Bangkok|
Referee: Liang Qingyun (China)
|10 May 2018 2018 AFC Women's Futsal Championship (Semi-finals)||Thailand||1–2||Japan||Indoor Stadium Huamark, Bangkok|
Referee: Osama Saeed Idrees Sedaif (Bahrain)
|12 May 2018 2018 AFC Women's Futsal Championship (Final)||Japan||2–5||Iran||Indoor Stadium Huamark, Bangkok|
Referee: Liang Qingyun (China)
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|Head Coach||Masanori Ito|
|No.||Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Club|
|1||GK||Ayaka Yamamoto||2 October 1986 (aged 31)||SWH Futsal Club|
|12||GK||Aiko Sugiyama||2 May 1988 (aged 30)||Fugador Sumida|
|2||FP||Masami Kato||27 May 1991 (aged 26)||Arcoiris Kobe|
|3||FP||Mika Eguchi||25 November 1994 (aged 23)||Arcoiris Kobe|
|4||FP||Saki Yotsui||19 March 1996 (aged 22)||Bardral Urayasu|
|5||FP||Riho Katsumata||21 November 1993 (aged 24)||Fugador Sumida|
|6||FP||Misato Komura||21 March 1984 (aged 34)||Arcoiris Kobe|
|7||FP||Junko Yokoyama||2 April 1991 (aged 27)||Fugador Sumida|
|8||FP||Anna Amishiro||8 July 1991 (aged 26)||SWH Futsal Club|
|9||FP||Ryo Egawa||30 March 1996 (aged 22)||Bardral Urayasu|
|10||FP||Shiori Nakajima||12 July 1988 (aged 29)||FSF Móstoles|
|11||FP||Eri Wakabayashi||24 February 1985 (aged 33)||Arcoiris Kobe|
|13||FP||Hinako Chida||2 September 1996 (aged 21)||Fuchu Athletic|
|14||FP||Mio Fujita||13 April 1994 (aged 24)||Fuchu Athletic|
|Women's Futsal World Tournament record|
|AFC Women's Futsal Asian Cup record|
Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games record
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