The Super Falcons - the only African team, will compete at the maiden edition of the four-nation tournament alongside hosts, Romania and South Korea.
Before leaving Nigeria for the tournament, Thomas Dennerby's ladies have been training in Abuja to put finishing touches toward making a good outing in China.
Nigeria's delegation arrived at the Meizhuo Meixian Changgangji International Airport at 4pm local time [9am in Nigeria] and have been lodged at the WuHua International Hotel, where they are joined by four players from Europe on Tuesday evening.
The African champions will play hosts China on Thursday, January 17 in the quest for a place in the final to face winner between Romania and South Korea three days later.
Nigeria will be seeking for title glory in the Asian nation as they kickstart their preparations for the 24-nation Women's World Cup this summer.