|IWBF zone||IWBF Asia Oceania|
|National federation||Japan Wheelchair Basketball Federation (JWBF)|
The Japan Women's National Wheelchair Basketball Team is the wheelchair basketball side that represents Japan in international competitions for women as part of the International Wheelchair Basketball Federation.
The following 12 players named for the Wheelchair basketball at the 2020 Summer Paralympics – Women's tournament.
|4||Erika Yoshida (吉田 絵里架)||1.0|
|5||Miki Uramoto (浦元 美喜)||2.5|
|6||Kyoko Miura (三浦 恭子)||4.5|
|7||Megumi Mashiko (増子 恵美)||3.0|
|8||Tomoe Soeda (添田 智恵)||3.5|
|9||Mayumi Tsuchida (土田真由美)||4.5|
|10||Mayo Hagino (萩野 真世)||1.0|
|11||Izumi Zaima (財満いずみ)||1.0|
|12||Miho Arikawa (有川 美穂)||2.5|
|13||Chihiro Kitada (北田 千尋)||4.5|
|14||Yui Kitama (北間 優衣)||1.0|
|15||Mari Amimoto (網本 麻里)||4.5|
Japan has entered a wheelchair basketball team into the Summer Paralympics since 1984, when it won bronze defeating Canada,until 2008.
|2012||Did not Qualify|
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