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Japanese Torpedo Boats.   Photographs and history of Japanese Torpedo Boats.

 

Ships name Launch Date Fate

TOMOZURU class              Displacement: 535t standard; 651t trial; 737t full load       Armament: 3-5/50 DP, 1-40mm AA, 4-21in TT          Complement: 113

Tomozuru

1.10.1933

Sunk by US carrier aircraft 24.3.45

Chidori

1.4.1933

Sunk by US submarine 24.12.1933

Manazuru

11.7.1933

Sunk by US carrier aircraft 1.3.45

Hatsukari

19.12.1933

Broken up c1946

OTORI class           Displacement: 840t standard; 945t trial; 1040t full load        Armament: 3-4in/45, 1-40mm AA, 3-21in TT         Complement: 113

Otori

25.4.1935

Sunk by US carrier aircraft 12.6.44

Kasasagi

28.10.1935

Sunk by US submarine 26.9.43

Hiyodori

25.10.1935

Sunk by US submarine 17.11.44

Hayabusa

28.10.1935

Sunk by US carrier aircraft 24.9.44

Hato

25.1.1937

Sunk by US carrier aircraft 16.10.44

Sagi

30.1.1937

Sunk by US submarine 8.11.44

Kari

20.1.1937

Sunk by US submarine 16.7.45

Kiji

26.1.1937

To USSR 1947

 

Torpedo boat destroyer Asashio in 1902. She was built at Thornycroft's yard and with a speed of 31 knots was one of the fastest Japanese torpedo boat destroyers at the time.

Torpedo Boat HIJMS Asashio 

A reproduction of this original photo / photo-postcard size 10" x 7" approx available.  Order photograph here  Walker Archive. Order Code PAN142

 

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