The Japan Women’s Handball National Team will face the 19th Women’s Asian Championship from November 24 (Thursday)!

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The Japan Women’s Handball National Team will face the 19th Women’s Asian Championship from November 24 (Thursday)!

Orihime Japan, the Japanese women’s handball team, will be competing in the 19th Women’s Asian Championship, which will start in South Korea on Thursday, November 24th.

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21 members facing the Asian Championship
[19th Women’s Asian Championship]
Tournament period: November 24th (Thursday) to December 4th (Sunday) Venue: Incheon Metropolitan City, Seoul, South Korea
[Qualifying Round]
Group A: South Korea, Iran, Uzbekistan, India, Australia
Group B: Japan, Kazakhstan, Hong Kong, China, Thailand
*Top 2 teams advance to semi-finals
*The top 5 teams in this tournament will qualify for the 26th Women’s World Championship next year.
[Match Schedule]
11/24 16:00 vs Thailand
11/25 16:00 vs China
11/28 16:00 vs Hong Kong
11/30 16:00 vs Kazakhstan
【member】
-staff-
Leader Hirohito Yukunaga (Japan Handball Association)
Director: Shigeo Kusumoto (Japan Handball Association/Osaka College of Physical Education)
GK Coach Miyuki Suto (Japan Handball Association/Hokkoku Bank) Trainer Keisuke Hata (Japan Handball Association/Medical Corporation Kojinkai Kijima Hospital)
Trainer Takahiro Matsuura (Japan Handball Association/Freelance) Doctor Katsuhiko Kitaoka (Japan Handball Association/Medical Corporation Kojinkai Kijima Hospital)
Analysis Kosuke Kaya (Japan Handball Association)
General Affairs Kenta Yokote (Japan Handball Association/Sony Semiconductor Manufacturing)
– Players – 21 people
#2 Mika Nagata (Hokkoku Bank)
#3 Naoko Sahara (PV/180cm/Hokkoku Bank)
#4 Miyako Hatsumi (Sony Semiconductor Manufacturing)
#5 Arisa Kaneshiro (Sony Semiconductor Manufacturing)
#6 Yumi Kitahara (Sony Semiconductor Manufacturing)
#7 Saki Hattori (Sony Semiconductor Manufacturing)
#9 Chikako Kasai (Sony Semiconductor Manufacturing)
#10 Shizuka Akiyama (Izumi Maple Reds)
#12 Atsuko Baba (Hokkoku Bank)
#13 Kaho Nakayama (Hokkoku Bank)
#14 Nao Takagi (Izumi Maple Reds)
#18 Hikaru Matsumoto (Hokkoku Bank)
#22 Naho Saito (Hokkoku Bank)
#23 Natsuki Aizawa (Hokkoku Bank)
#24 Aya Okada (Osaka University of Health and Sport Sciences) #26 Misato Hayashi (Mie Violet Iris)
#32 Haruno Sasaki (Bourussia Dortmund)
#43 Kana Ozaki (OMRON)
#51 Yuki Yoshidome (Hokkoku Bank)
#71 Maaya Watanabe (OMRON)
#89 Sora Ishikawa (Osaka Sport University)
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Haruno Sasaki from Germany’s Bourussia Dortmund
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●Japan Handball Association Official Homepage
http://www.handball.or.jp/index.html
Japan Handball National Team Official Twitter
https://twitter.com/JHA_national
Japan Handball National Team Official Instagram
https://www.instagram.com/jha_national/
Details about this release:
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