|Continental union||Asian Gymnastics Union|
|National federation||Japan Gymnastics Association|
|Medals||Bronze: 1962, 1966|
The Japan women's national artistic gymnastics team represents Japan in FIG international competitions.
Japan has participated in the Olympic Games women's team competition 11 times. It has won one medal, a bronze in 1964.The team has also won two medals at the World Artistic Gymnastics Championships.
This list includes all Japanese female artistic gymnasts who have won a medal at the Olympic Games or the World Artistic Gymnastics Championships.
|Rank||Gymnast||Team||AA||VT||UB||BB||FX||Olympic Total||World Total||Total|
|1||Keiko Tanaka-Ikeda|| 1964 |
|1966||1966|| 1954 |
|2||Taniko Nakamura-Mitsukuri|| 1964 |
|3||Mai Murakami||2018|| 2017 |
|5||Ginko Abukawa-Chiba|| 1964 |
|Kiyoko Ono|| 1964 |
|Toshiko Shirasu-Aihara|| 1964 |
|Hiroko Tsuji|| 1964 |
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