|FIBA World Cup Women||09/27 10:30||5||Australia Women v Japan Women||L||71-54|
|FIBA World Cup Women||09/26 06:00||4||France Women v Japan Women||L||67-53|
|FIBA World Cup Women||09/25 10:30||3||Japan Women v Canada Women||L||56-70|
|FIBA World Cup Women||09/23 02:00||2||Serbia Women v Japan Women||L||69-64|
|FIBA World Cup Women||09/22 04:00||1|| Japan Women v Mali Women ||W||89-56|
|International Women||08/12 10:00||-||Japan Women v Latvia Women||W||74-48|
|International Women||08/11 06:00||-||Japan Women v Latvia Women||W||83-54|
|International Women||06/19 06:00||-||Japan Women v Turkey Women||W||83-57|
|International Women||06/18 08:00||-||Japan Women v Turkey Women||W||77-49|
|International Women||05/31 09:30||-||Australia Women v Japan Women||W||67-69|
|International Women||05/29 05:00||-||Australia Women v Japan Women||W||55-56|
|International Women||05/27 09:30||-||Australia Women v Japan Women||L||72-66|
The Japan women's national basketball team is administered by the Japan Basketball Association.
At the 2020 Summer Olympics, Japan won the silver medal, the nation's first Olympic basketball medal (for men or women) and became the first Asian team to reach the podium in women's basketball since China in 1992. The Japanese, which were coached by Tom Hovasse, excelled in an 87–71 win over France in the semi-finals before coming short 75–90 against the United States. Japan's Rui Machida set an Olympic record with 18 assists against France.
As of 2019, Japan has been the reigning Champion of the Asia-Oceania region.