2011 Women's Basketball Asia Cup was the 22nd edition of the Women's Asia Cup basketball tournament. It was held from September 26 to October 2, 2011, in Omura and Nagasaki, Japan. The tournament featured eight teams from the Asian region competing for the championship title.
Eight teams from Asia participated in the tournament. They were Japan, China, South Korea, Chinese Taipei, India, Kazakhstan, Sri Lanka, and Uzbekistan. All teams played in a round-robin format in two groups of four each.
In Group A, Japan emerged as winners after winning all three of their matches. South Korea finished second with two wins and one loss, while Kazakhstan and Sri Lanka were eliminated from the tournament after losing all their matches.
China dominated Group B, winning all three matches and finishing at the top of the group table. Chinese Taipei finished second, winning two out of three matches. India and Uzbekistan were eliminated from the tournament after losing all their matches.
The semi-finals were played between the top two teams from each group. In the first semi-final, Japan defeated Chinese Taipei with a score of 70-52. In the second semi-final, China defeated South Korea with a score of 75-52.
The final match was played between Japan and China on October 2, 2011. Japan defeated China with a score of 70-56 to win the championship title of the 22nd Women's Basketball Asia Cup. This was their fourth championship title in the tournament's history.
The following players received individual awards for their performances in the tournament:
Most Valuable Player - Mika Kurihara (Japan)
Top Scorer - Hana Horakova (Chinese Taipei)
Best Rebounder - Li Yueru (China)
Best Playmaker - Yuko Oga (Japan)
The 2011 Women's Basketball Asia Cup was a successful tournament, with high-quality performances from all participating teams. Japan emerged as the champions, defeating China in the final match. The tournament also saw some outstanding individual performances, with Mika Kurihara from Japan receiving the Most Valuable Player award.