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Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN)
Sinking date shown for wartime losses

Aircraft Carrier
Akagi scuttled June 5, 1942 *
Amagi partially sunk on July 29, 1945
Hiryū sunk June 5, 1942 *
Hiyō sunk June 20, 1944 *
Junyō scrapped 1947
Kaga sunk June 4, 1942 *
Katsuragi scrapped 1946
Ryuhō scrapped 1946-1947
Ryūjō sunk August 24, 1942
Sōryū sunk June 4, 1942
Zuikaku sunk October 25, 1944
Shōkaku sunk June 19, 1944
Zuihō sunk October 25, 1944

Light Aircraft Carrier
Ryūjō sunk November 10, 1942
Hiyo sunk November 10, 1944
Shoho sunk May 7, 1942
Zuiho sunk October 25, 1944

Battleship
Fuso sunk October 25, 1944
Haruna sunk July 28, 1945
Musashi sunk October 24, 1944
Mutsu sunk June 8, 1943
Yamato sunk April 7, 1945

Battlecruiser
Kongō  sunk November 21, 1944
Hiei sunk November 14, 1942 Naval Battle of Guadalcanal
Kirishima sunk November 15, 1942 after Second Naval Battle of Guadalcanal
Haruna sunk July 28, 1945 by aircraft in Kobe Harbor
Amagi scrapped 1924 following the Great Kantō earthquake

Heavy Cruiser
Abukuma sunk October 26, 1944
Furutaka  sunk October 12, 1942 *
Haguro sunk May 16, 1945
Kashima
Mikuma sunk June 6, 1942
Mogami sunk October 25, 1944 *
Myoko  scuttled early July 1946 in the Strait of Malacca
Takao  scuttled October 27, 1946 in the Strait of Malacca

Light Cruiser
Kuma sunk January 11, 1944
Tenryu sunk December 18, 1942

Seaplane Tender
Akitsushima sunk September 24, 1944
Chitose
Nisshin sunk July 22, 1943
Kamoi  abandoned April 13, 1945
Chiyoda  ***

Destroyer
Akatsuki  sunk November 13, 1942
Akikaze sunk November 1, 1944
Fubuki sunk October 11, 1942 Battle of Cape Esperance
Fumitsuki sunk February 18, 1944 ***
Harusame sunk June 8, 1944
Hayate  sunk December 11, 1942 off Wake Island
Kikuzuki (Destroyer No. 31, Kikuzuki No. 23, Kikitsku) sunk May 4, 1942, salvaged 1943 and abandoned Google Earth
Kiyoshimo  sunk by B-25s / PT-Boat on December 26, 1944
Kisaragi  sunk December 11, 1942 off Wake Island
Kuroshio sunk May 7-8, 1942
Hatsuyuki No. 14 sunk July 17, 1943
Hatsuzuki  sunk October 25, 1944 ***
Makigumo sunk February 1, 1942
Maikaze sunk February 17, 1944
Matsu sunk August 4, 1944 ****
Matsukaze sunk June 9, 1944 ***
Makinami sunk November 25, 1943
Michishio sunk October 25, 1944 ***
Mikatsuki sunk July 28, 1943
Minatsuki sunk June 6, 1944
Murakumo sunk October 12, 1942
Mutsuki (Destroyer No. 19)  sunk August 25, 1942 Battle of the Eastern Solomons
Naganami sunk November 11, 1944
Nagatsuki Grounded July 6, 1943
Naka sunk February 16, 1944
Oite sunk *
Samidare sunk August 18-25, 1944 *
Shigure sunk March 10, 1945 *
Suzunami  sunk November 11, 1944
Tachikaze sunk February 17, 1944
Takanami sunk December 1, 1942
Tamanami sunk July 7, 1944
Teruzuki sunk December 12, 1942
Ushio  scrapped August 4, 1948
Yayoi sunk September 11, 1943
Yugiri sunk November 25, 1943
Yūgumo sunk October 6, 1943 Naval Battle of Vella Lavella *

Sub Chaser
Special Sub Chaser 29 sunk February 17, 1944
Special Sub Chaser 38 sunk April 30, 1944
Special Sub Chaser 46  sunk April 5, 1944
Special Sub Chasers 66 sunk August 7, 1945
Patrol Boat No. 34 sunk July 3, 1944
CH-26 sunk July 30, 1945 *
CH-34 sunk March 25, 1945 *
CH-39 sunk February 16, 1944 *
Subchaser (Unidentified) sunk off Kiska
East Tangat Shipwreck sunk Coron Bay
Lusong Island Shipwreck sunk Coron Bay
Skeleton Shipwreck sunk Coron Bay
O-Buoy Wreck  sunk January 30, 1944 in Southern Atoll at Kwajalien Atoll

Salvage Tug
Futagami Scuttled 1945
Ojima sunk *
"Shallow Tugboat Wreck" sunk ?
"Tugboat Wreck" sunk ?

Refrigeration Transport
Irako sunk September 24, 1944

Crane
Floating Crane sunk at Karavia Bay near Rabaul

Japanese Landing Craft and Luggers

Japanese Unidentified Shipwrecks
Unknown Shipwreck at Finschafen  sunk off Finschafen
Ski Area Wreck  sunk in Southern Atoll at Kwajalien Atoll
Ski Area Dolphin Wreck  sunk in Southern Atoll at Kwajalien Atoll
DR Wreck  sunk in Southern Atoll in Kwajalien Atoll
N-Buoy Wreck  sunk in Southern Atoll at Kwajalien Atoll
N-East Wreck  sunk in Southern Atoll at Kwajalien Atoll
South Pass Wreck  sunk in Southern Atoll at Kwajalien Atoll

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