It is widely believed that the real parallel computation achieved by quantum computers has an enormous computing potential. In order to expand its applicable field, we have investigated the fusion of quantum and neural computations. As a first step of implementing learning function on quantum computers, we have proposed a novel quantum associative memory (QuAM) by considering an analogy between neural associative network and qubit network. The memorizing procedure of the QuAM is realized with a Hamiltonian derived from qubit-qubit interactions, and the retrieving procedure is based on the adiabatic Hamiltonian evolution. The memory capacity of the QuAM has been nominally estimated as 2N-1 where N is a number of qubits, but its retrieve property has not been discussed in our previous study. This paper proposes a retrieving process for the QuAM and evaluates its performance in detail. The results indicate that the average of the retrieving probability is over 50% even when the qubit network memorizes 2N-1 patterns and thus the QuAM is successfully implemented.