We discuss the advantages of V2O5-P2O5-Fe2O3-Li2O glass-ceramics as a cathode for lithium-ion batteries. The glass was prepared by using the melt quenching method. The glass-ceramics were produced by heat treatment in air. LixV2O5 crystal was only confirmed as the precipitated phase and the degree of crystallinity was approximately 90%. The total capacity of the glass-ceramics was 340 Ah/kg at a C/20 rate for 1.5-4.2 V cutoff ranges. It is 10% higher than the capacity of the glass cathode. Moreover, the charge-discharge performance of the glass-ceramics cathode showed good cycleability similar to that of the glass. The glass-ceramics had a 83% capacity retention after 40 cycles. These results show that glass-ceramics is a potential candidate for lithium-ion cathode materials.