Box contents. Includes: Plastic sprue, Decalsheet (waterslide), Metal. The Japanese replied in kind and the two formations quickly mingled together, firing into each other at point-blank range in the glare-lit darkness. Akatsuki class destroyers; Ships built at Sasebo Naval Arsenal; Ships built in 1932; First Naval Battle of Guadalcanal - Japanese forces; Ships sunk in 1942; Shipwrecks in Ironbottom Sound; Ships sunk by artillery; Ships of the Imperial Japanese Navy by name Markings Destroyer Akatsuki-class Akatsuki Dai-Nippon Teikoku Kaigun (Imperial Japanese Navy 1868–1945) For those interested in making bases for the the units, there is a line item list of each ship and … DESTROYERS. When introduced into service, these ships were the most powerful destroyers in the world. Japanese destroyer IJN Inazuma underway on March 24th, 1936.. The Japanese Navy WWII pdf set consists of 335 units and is currently available in 1/1800, 1/2400. One Japanese destroyer, Akatsuki, had also gone down, and Yudachi was on fire and would soon join her. This set is available in either US Letter or A4 paper size. Within minutes, the Japanese destroyer Akatsuki and the American cruiser USS Atlanta lay dead in the water, victims of shell and torpedo hits. AKATSUKI - was the twenty-first Fubuki-class destroyer, or the lead ship of the Akatsuki class built for the Imperial Japanese Navy in the inter-war period. At 3 am, Kirishima sent a report describing the night action. Description. & 1/3000 scale. To date, as far as known, Akatsuki remains unlocated.- (Tully) Japanese destroyers were fast and powerfully armed, especially in the torpedo department. -- JAPANESE NAVY SHIPS --Ikazuchi (Destroyer, 1932-1944) Ikazuchi, a 1680-ton Akatsuki class destroyer built at Uraga, Japan, was completed in August 1932. Remark: - A wreck discovered late July 1992 during the Dr. Robert Ballard and National Geographic expedition to Savo located a Japanese destroyer wreck whose cursive letter "A" in hiragana of its fantail name is still visible. The Akatsuki-class destroyer (暁型駆逐艦, Akatsuki-gata kuchikukan) was a class of four destroyers of the Imperial Japanese Navy.According to most sources, they are regarded as a sub-class of the Fubuki class, partly because the Imperial Japanese Navy itself kept the improvements made a secret, and did not officially designate these four destroyers as a separate class. Sometimes associated with Akatsuki it is in fact, Ayanami. The communiqué reported the fighting as a “severe mixed battle,” and went on … She took part in operations during the war with China that began in mid-1937 and was active through the … Kantai Collection Japanese destroyer Ikazuchi Japanese destroyer Hibiki Japanese destroyer Akatsuki Anime, kantai, purple, blue, cg Artwork png Nao Tomori Anime Clannad Manga Fan art, chopsticks, cg Artwork, chibi, computer Wallpaper png Dimensions: 220x100x30 mm (8.7x3.9x1.2 inch) Weight: 90 g (0.2 lbs) Markings Destroyer Akatsuki-class Akatsuki Dai-Nippon Teikoku Kaigun (Imperial Japanese Navy 1868–1945)