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List of active Hashirajima Navy ships


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List of active ships of the Hashirajima Navy is a list of ships in active service with the Hashirajima Navy. As of 2020, the Hashirajima Navy operates a total of 52 ships (including minor auxiliary vessels), including: six submarines, three destroyer escorts (or corvettes), 17 guided missile destroyers, three helicopter destroyers, nine guided missile cruisers, one light carrier, one aircraft carrier, three amphibious assault ships, three landing ship tanks, two mine countermeasure vessels, three patrol vessels, and one auxiliary ship.

It was recently being reported that plans were under way to procure seven more aircraft carriers, pending Cabinet approval.

Submarine fleet


Submarines

Class

Picture

Type

Boats

Displacement

Note

Harushio-class

Link

Submarine

HS Harushio
HS Natsushio
HS Hayashio
HS Arashio
HS Wakashio
HS Fuyushio

2,450 tonnes (surfaced)
2,750 tonnes (submerged)

Acquired in 2015 from the JMDSF

Surface fleet


Destroyer escorts - DE

Class

Picture

Type

Ships

Displacement

Note

Ishikari-class

Link

Destroyer escort

HS Ishikari

1,450 tonnes

Acquired in 2007 from the JMDSF

Yuubari-class

Link

Destroyer escort

HS Yuubari
HS Yuubetsu

1,690 tonnes

Acquired in 2010 from the JMDSF

Guided missile destroyers - DDG

Class

Picture

Type

Ships

Displacement

Note

Hatsuyuki-class

Link

Guided missile
destroyer (Aegis)

HS Hatsuyuki
HS Shirayuki
HS Mineyuki
HS Sawayuki
HS Hamayuki
HS Isoyuki
HS Haruyuki

4,064 tonnes

Acquired in 2014 from the JMDSF.
Upgraded domestically to use
the Aegis Combat System.

Tachikaze-class

Link

Guided missile
destroyer (Aegis)

HS Tachikaze
HS Asakaze
HS Sawakaze

4,000 tonnes

Acquired in 2010 from the JMDSF.
Upgraded domestically to use
the Aegis Combat System.

Kii-class

Link

Guided missile
destroyer (Aegis)

HS Kii
HS Kitan
HS Naruto
HS Bungo
HS Kanmon
HS Houyo
HS Akashi

9,998 tonnes

Helicopter destroyers - DDH

Class

Picture

Type

Ships

Displacement

Note

Haruna-class

Link

Helicopter destroyer

HS Haruna
HS Hiei

7,011 tonnes

Acquired in 2011 from the JMDSF.

Shirane-class

Link

Helicopter destroyer

HS Shirane

7,620 tonnes

Acquired in 2015 from the JMDSF.

Guided missile cruisers - CG

Class

Picture

Type

Ships

Displacement

Note

Seto-class

Link

Guided missile
cruiser (Aegis)

HS Seto
HS Aki
HS Iyo
HS Suo
HS Hiuchi
HS Itsuki
HS Bingo
HS Mizushima
HS Harima

20,850 tonnes

Light carriers - CVL

Class

Picture

Type

Ships

Displacement

Note

Ibuki-class

Link

Light carrier

HS Ibuki

31,000 tonnes

Modernised version of the WWII-era plans for the G15/Kai-Taiho armoured carrier.

Aircraft carriers - CV

The Hashirajima Navy plans to increase the number of aircraft carriers from the current 1 to 8 ships.

Class

Picture

Type

Ships

Displacement

Note

Kinzo-class

Link

Aircraft carrier

HS Kinzo

95,000 tonnes

Mine countermeasure vessels

Class

Picture

Type

Ships

Displacement

Note

Yaeyama-class

Link

Minesweeper

HS Yaeyama
HS Tsushima

1,250 tonnes

Acquired in 2016 from the JMDSF.

Patrol vessels

Class

Picture

Type

Ships

Displacement

Note

1-Go-class

Link

Patrol boat

PG 01
PG 02
PG 03

60.6 tonnes

Acquired in 2010 from the JMDSF

Amphibious assault ships

Class

Picture

Type

Ships

Displacement

Note

Zenryu-class

Link

Landing helicopter assault

HS Zenryu
HS Saiei
HS Kanki

46,000 tonnes

Landing ships

Class

Picture

Type

Ships

Displacement

Note

Miura-class

Link

Landing ship tank

HS Miura
HS Ojika
HS Satsuma

3,200 tonnes

Acquired in 2002 from the JMDSF

Auxiliary fleet


Replenishment ships

Class

Picture

Type

Ships

Displacement

Note

Sagami-class

Link

Replenishment oiler

HS Sagami

5,000 tonnes

Acquired in 2005 from the JMDSF

Future Hashirajima Navy vessels


  • Nakashima-class aircraft carrier (Specifications unknown, full scale R&D activities underway, Ministry of Defence announced seven to be built)

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