Destroyer number in Japanese Navy

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This table indicates historical change for number or name of each destroyer.

before 1 Aug 1928 after 1 Aug 1928 as Patrol craft
Shimakaze (1) Shimakaze (1) PB-1
Nadakaze (1) Nadakaze (1) PB-2
Kiku (2) Kiku (2) PB-31
Aoi (2) Aoi (2) PB-32
Hagi (2) Hagi (2) PB-33
Susuki (2) Susuki (2) PB-34
Tsuta (2) Tsuta (2) PB-35
Fuji (2) Fuji (2) PB-36
Hishi (2) Hishi (2) PB-37
Yomogi (2) Yomogi (2) PB-38
Tade (2) Tade (2) PB-39
DD-1 (1) Kamikaze (1)
DD-2 (2) Wakatake (2)
DD-3 (1) Asakaze (1)
DD-4 (2) Kuretake (2)
DD-5 (1) Harukaze (1)
DD-6 (2) Sanae (2)
DD-7 (1) Matsukaze (1)
DD-8 (2) Sawarabi (2)
DD-9 (1) Hatakaze (1)
DD-10 (2) Asagao (2)
DD-11 (1) Oite (1)
DD-12 (2) Yugao (2) PB-46
DD-13 (1) Hayate (1)
DD-14 (2)
DD-15 (1) Asanagi (1)
DD-16 (2) Fuyo (2)
DD-17 (1) Yunagi (1)
DD-18 (2) Karukaya (2)
DD-19 (1) Mutsuki (1)
DD-20 (2)
DD-21 (1) Kisaragi (1)
DD-22 (2)
DD-23 (1) Yayoi (1)
DD-24 (2)
DD-25 (1) Uzuki (1)
DD-26 (2)
DD-27 (1) Satsuki (1)
DD-28 (1) Minazuki (1)
DD-29 (1) Fumizuki (1)
DD-30 (1) Nagatsuki (1)
DD-31 (1) Kikuzuki (1)
DD-32 (1) Mikazuki (1)
DD-33 (1) Mochizuki (1)
DD-34 (1) Yuzuki (1)
DD-35 (1) Fubuki (1)
DD-36 (1) Shirayuki (1)
DD-37 (1) Hatsuyuki (1)
DD-38 (1) Miyuki (1)
DD-39 (1) Murakumo (1)
DD-40 (1) Shinonome (1)
DD-41 (1) Usugumo (1)
DD-42 (1) Shirakumo (1)
DD-43 (1) Isonami (1)
DD-44 (1) Uranami (1)
DD-45 (1) Ayanami (1)
DD-46 (1) Shikinami (1)
DD-47 (1) Asagiri (1)
DD-48 (1) Yugiri (1)
DD-49 (1) Amagiri (1)
DD-50 (1) Sagiri (1)
DD-51 (1) Oboro (1)
DD-52 (1) Akebono (1)
DD-53 (1) Sazanami (1)
DD-54 (1) Ushio (1)
  • (1), (2) denotes Destroyer first class, second class each. Before 1 April 1924, numbered destroyers were called as Dai 1 Kuchikan for example, instead of Dai 1 go Kuchikukan as later.