The final of the All Japan Championship, which determines the best volleyball player in Japan, was held on the 17th, and NEC won the women's championship for the second time in a row.

The final of the All Japan Championship was held at the Tokyo Gymnasium in Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, and the women's competition was played between back-to-back champions NEC and Hisamitsu, who was aiming to win the title for the first time in two tournaments.

NEC dominated the first set 1-25 thanks to powerful spikes and exquisite service aces from Sarina Koga, the core player of the Japan National Team.

In the second set, they struggled to attack and block their opponents' heights and dropped 17-2, but in the third set, they collected the ball and scored points against two powerful foreign players, Druze Daniel and Acharaporn Konyot, to take the match 21-25.

At the end of the fourth set, Koga scored back-to-back spikes to take the match 3-2, and NEC won the set count 25-19 thanks to each player's role in offense and defense.

The tournament has been held in its current format since 4, and NEC has won back-to-back championships following last year's championship for the first time.

Koga said, "It's really great, I was hoping to contribute well in terms of attack, so I'm glad I was able to do that. We want to carry this result into the league match."