1. Maiko Kano
Maiko Kano is a professional Volleyball player also known as Maiko (Nickname). Who plays at setter position for Hisamitsu Springs and was born on July 5, 1988 Mitaka, Tokyo, Japan. He has earn many achievements in her playing carrier such as he won Bronze medal in 2012 London Olympic games, World Championship and Asian Championship. Moreover, she has also won silver medal in 2011 Asian games. Click at view more button to know more details.
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2. Koyomi Tominaga
Koyomi Tominaga is known as Japanese female volleyball player who is also a part of her Nation Team. She start her carrier with 2010 when she was called up from Pioneer Red Wings team and earn many achievements such as she participated in the 2009 FIVB Women's World Grand Champions Cup and in the 2010 FIVB Volleyball World Grand Prix. Moreover, she also received Best Setter award. More details you can check through click at view more button.
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3. Kumi Nakada
Kumi Nakada is a retired Japanese professional Volleyball player who currently played a role as coach of Hisamitsu Springs. She well known to play as Setter position for her Nation team. In 1984, she won Bronze medal during Los Angeles's Olympic games.
Kumi Nakada: Japanese Volleyball Player
4. Mari Horikawa
Mari Horikawa is a professional female volleyball player who represents Italy Nation Team. She was born on 3 May 1992 Katsushika, Tokyo, Japan and started to play volleyball. Currently she playing from Toray Arrows club.
Mari Horikawa: Japanese Volleyball Player
5. Miya Sato
Miya Sato is a professional Volleyball player from Japan who represents her Nation team. She was born on 23 October 1986 in Shingawa, Tokyo, Japan. She currently playing from Toray Arrows club at Wing Spiker position. Miya announced her retirement on 27 May 2010.
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6. Minako Onuki
Minako Onuki is a former Volleyball player represents her nation team. In her playing, she earned many title and achievements such as, she remained a part of the Japan women's national volleyball team during 1998 FIVB Volleyball Women's World Championship. She was born on 15 October 1972 in Katsushika, Tokyo, Japan and played at 6 number positions.
Minako Onuki: Japanese Volleyball Player
7. Motoko Obayashi
Motoko Obayashi is a female volleyball player who is a part of her nation team. She best know to competed in 1996 Summer Olympics. Moreover, She also competed in three consecutive Summer Olympics, starting in 1988. She was born on 15 June 1967 (age 51 years), Kodaira, Tokyo, Japan and completed her education from Hachiojijissenchugakko High School.
Motoko Obayashi: Japanese Volleyball Player
8. Yuka Imamura
Yuka Imamura is a newcomer in the Japanese Volleyball cricket team. She was born on 2 September 1993 in Arakawa, Tokyo, Japan and plays at 14 number position. Currently she is a part of Aoyama Gakuin University. Imamura also played for the All-Japan team for the first time at the Montreux Volley Masters in June 2013.
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