|Association||Japan Handball Association|
|Assistant coach||Ryosuke Kushida|
|Appearances||1 (First in 1976 )|
|Best result||5th (1976)|
|Appearances||19 (First in 1962 )|
|Best result||7th (1965)|
|Appearances||18 (First in 1987 )|
|Best result||Winner (2004)|
|Last updated on Unknown.|
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Squad for the 2019 World Women's Handball Championship.
Head coach: Ulrik Kirkely
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