Akari Fujinami won one of Japan's four golds today at the Asian Championships ©Getty Images

Japan won four more gold medals at the Asian Wrestling Championships, finishing top of the women's competition at the Buyant Ukhaa Sport Palace in Ulaanbaatar.

World champion Akari Fujinami added an Asian title to her name in the women's under-53 kilogram category after beating Mongolian Batkhuyagiin Khulan for the gold medal.

The pair faced off in the group stage, with the Japanese winning that bout too. 

Both progressed to the semi-finals along with Zhuldyz Eshimova of Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan's Aktenge Keunimjaeva from Group B.

Fujinami was a clear victor in the final, while Eshimova defeated Keunimjaeva again for the bronze.

Another world champion, Tsugumi Sakurai, won the women's under-57kg gold medal after beating India's Anshu Malik in a rematch of their world final.

Home favourite Khürelkhüügiin Bolortuyaa of Mongolia took bronze by beating Uzbekistan's Shokhida Akhmedova.

Nonoka Ozaki pulled off an upset in the under-62kg category ©Getty Images
Nonoka Ozaki pulled off an upset in the under-62kg category ©Getty Images

World bronze medallist Nonoka Ozaki gave Japan its sixth women's title of the championships, defeating Aisuluu Tynybekova of Kyrgyzstan in the under-62kg, who is the Olympic silver medallist from Tokyo 2020 and a two-time world champion.

Boldsaikhany Khongorzul of Mongolia and Manisha Manisha of India were bronze medal winners.

A seventh gold from 10 categories came for Japan after Miwa Morikawa won the round-robin in the under-65kg with four wins from four.

Radhika took three wins to give India the silver, followed by Ölziisaikhany Pürevsüren of Mongolia for the bronze.

Zhamila Bakbergenova won Kazakhstan's second women's title in two days, taking the under-72kg gold in front of Japan's Sumire Niikura.

Enkh-Amaryn Davaanasan of Mongolia claimed bronze, beating Nikki of India and Uzbekistan's Svetlana Oknazarova to the podium.