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List of Imperial Japanese Navy admirals

 

List of Imperial Japanese Navy admirals

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The following is a list of the Admirals of the Imperial Japanese Navy. Names marked with "posthumous" indicates promotion after their deaths.

Contents

  • Admirals of the Fleet 1
  • Admirals 2
  • Vice Admirals 3
  • Rear Admirals 4
  • References 5

Admirals of the Fleet

Admirals

Name Picture Date of Rank
Saigō Jūdō 3 October 1894
Kabayama Sukenori 10 May 1895
Itō Sukeyuki 28 September 1898
Inoue Yoshika 24 December 1901
Heihachirō Tōgō 6 June 1904
Yamamoto Gonnohyōe 6 June 1904
Prince Arisugawa Takehito 28 June 1904
Kawamura Sumiyoshi 12 August 1904
Shibayama Yahachi 18 November 1905
Samejima Kazunori 18 November 1905
Hidaka Sōnojō 7 August 1908
Kataoka Shichirō 1 December 1910
Kamimura Hikonojō 1 December 1910
Ijūin Gorō 1 December 1910
Dewa Shigetō 9 July 1912
Uryū Sotokichi 16 October 1912
Saitō Makoto 16 October 1912
Misu Sotarō 25 September 1913
Shimamura Hayao 28 August 1915
Katō Tomosaburō 28 August 1915
Yoshimatsu Shigetaro 1 December 1916
Fujii Kōichi 1 December 1916
Yashiro Rokurō 2 July 1918
Katō Sadakichi 2 July 1918
Yamashita Gentarō 2 July 1918
Nawa Matahachirou 2 July 1918
Murakami Kakuichi 2 July 1918
Prince Higashifushimi Yorihito 2 July 1918
Arima Ryōkitsu 25 November 1919
Yamaya Tanin 25 November 1919
Takarabe Takeshi 25 November 1919
Kuroi Teijirou 16 August 1920
Tochinai Sojirou 16 August 1920
Nomaguchi Kaneo 16 August 1920
Prince Fushimi Hiroyasu 1 December 1922
Kantarō Suzuki 3 August 1923
Isamu Takeshita 3 August 1923
Oguri Kozaburo 3 August 1923
Okada Keisuke 11 June 1924
Ide Kenji 11 June 1924
Kato Hiroharu 1 April 1927
Abo Kiyokazu 1 April 1927
Hyakutake Saburo 2 April 1928
Taniguchi Naomi 2 April 1928
Yamamoto Eisuke 1 April 1931
Ōsumi Mineo 1 April 1931
Yamanashi Katunoshin 1 April 1932
Kobayashi Seizo 1 March 1933
Nomura Kichisaburo 1 March 1933
Nakamura Ryozo 30 March 1934
Suetsugu Nobumasa 30 March 1934
Osami Nagano 30 March 1934
Takahashi Sankichi 1 April 1936
Fujita Hisanori 1 April 1936
Yonai Mitsumasa 1 April 1937
Hyakutake Gengō 1 April 1937
Katou Takayoshi 1 April 1939
Hasegawa Kiyoshi 1 April 1939
Oikawa Koshirō 15 November 1939
Shiozawa Kōichi 15 November 1939
Yoshida Zengo 15 November 1940
Yamamoto Isoroku 15 November 1940
Shimada Shigetarō 15 November 1940
Toyoda Teijirō 4 April 1941
Toyoda Soemu 18 September 1941
Koga Mineichi 1 May 1942
Kondō Nobutake 29 April 1943
Takasu Shirō 1 March 1944
Nomura Naokuni 1 March 1944
Sawamoto Yorio 1 March 1944
Endō Yoshikazu 3 May 1944
Nagumo Chūichi 8 July 1944
Takagi Takeo 8 July 1944
Yamagata Seigō 17 March 1945
Itō Seiichi 7 April 1945
Tsukahara Nishiozō 15 May 1945
Inoue Shigeyoshi 15 May 1945

Vice Admirals

Rear Admirals

  • Kōsō Abe
  • Toshio Abe (posthumous)
  • Tsutau Araki
  • Kaoru Arima
  • Bunji Asakura
  • Ruitaro Fujita[9]
  • Kenzaburo Hara[10]
  • Kaku Harada
  • Shinzaburo Hase
  • Kouichiro Hatakeyama[11]
  • Masamichi Ikeguchi
  • Keishi Ishii
  • Kenzo Ito
  • Takatsugu Jojima
  • Eiichiro Jyo
  • Tomeo Kaku (posthumous)
  • Ikuzo Kimura
  • Yoshiyuki Kishi
  • Yuji Kobe
  • Gunji Kogure
  • Keizo Komura
  • Kaname Konishi
  • Kyuji Kubo[12]
  • Toshi Kubota (posthumous)
  • Chiaki Matsuda
  • Takamatsu Matsuda (posthumous)
  • Shutoku Miyazato
  • Teruhiko Miyoshi (posthumous)
  • Nobuei Morishita
  • Kakuro Mutaguchi (posthumous)
  • Ko Nakagawa
  • Nobuki Nakaoka (posthumous)
  • Noboro Nakase
  • Tomekichi Nomura
  • Sueo Obayashi
  • Jisaku Okada (posthumous)
  • Tametsugu Okada
  • Tomesaburo Okura
  • Ichiro Ono
  • Takeji Ono
  • Masao Sawa (posthumous)
  • Kazue Shigenaga
  • Kiichiro Shoji (posthumous)
  • Michio Sumikawa
  • Tamotsu Takama
  • Gihachi Takayanagi
  • Jo Tanaka (posthumous)
  • Yoshioki Tawara
  • Nobumichi Tsuruoka
  • Kamenosuke Yamamori
  • Iwata Yamamoto (posthumous)
  • Ryusaku Yanagimoto (posthumous)

References

  1. ^ L, Klemen (1999–2000). "Rear-Admiral Shintaro Hashimoto". Forgotten Campaign: The Dutch East Indies Campaign 1941-1942. 
  2. ^ L, Klemen (1999–2000). "Rear-Admiral Sueto Hirose". Forgotten Campaign: The Dutch East Indies Campaign 1941-1942. 
  3. ^ L, Klemen (1999–2000). "Rear-Admiral Kakaji Kakuta". Forgotten Campaign: The Dutch East Indies Campaign 1941-1942. 
  4. ^ L, Klemen (1999–2000). "Rear-Admiral Takeo Kurita". Forgotten Campaign: The Dutch East Indies Campaign 1941-1942. 
  5. ^ L, Klemen (1999–2000). "Rear-Admiral Shoji Nishimura". Forgotten Campaign: The Dutch East Indies Campaign 1941-1942. 
  6. ^ L, Klemen (1999–2000). "Vice-Admiral Jisaburo Ozawa". Forgotten Campaign: The Dutch East Indies Campaign 1941-1942. 
  7. ^ L, Klemen (1999–2000). "Vice-Admiral Ibo Takahashi". Forgotten Campaign: The Dutch East Indies Campaign 1941-1942. 
  8. ^ L, Klemen (1999–2000). "Rear-Admiral Raizo Tanaka". Forgotten Campaign: The Dutch East Indies Campaign 1941-1942. 
  9. ^ L, Klemen (1999–2000). "Rear-Admiral Ruitaro Fujita". Forgotten Campaign: The Dutch East Indies Campaign 1941-1942. 
  10. ^ L, Klemen (1999–2000). "Rear-Admiral Kenzaburo Hara". Forgotten Campaign: The Dutch East Indies Campaign 1941-1942. 
  11. ^ L, Klemen (1999–2000). "Rear-Admiral Kouichiro Hatakeyama". Forgotten Campaign: The Dutch East Indies Campaign 1941-1942. 
  12. ^ L, Klemen (1999–2000). "Rear-Admiral Kyuji Kubo". Forgotten Campaign: The Dutch East Indies Campaign 1941-1942. 
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