List of Imperial Japanese Navy admirals


List of Imperial Japanese Navy admirals

The following is a list of the main Admirals of the Imperial Japanese Navy.

Admirals of the Fleet

*1898 Marquis Tsugumichi Saigo (1843-1902)
*1906 Count Sukeyuki Ito (1843-1914)
*1911 Viscount Yoshika Inoue (1845-1929)
*1913 Marquis Heihachiro Togo (1847-1934)
*1913 Prince Takehito Arisugawa (1862-1913)
*1917 Baron Goro Ijuin (1852-1921)
*1922 Prince Yorihito Higashi-Fushimi (1867-1922)
*1923 Baron Hayao Shimamura (1858-1923)
*1923 Baron Tomozaburo Kato (1861-1923)
*1932 Prince Hiroyasu Fushimi (1876-1946)
*1943 Isoroku Yamamoto (1884-1943)
*1943 Osami Nagano (1880-1947)
*1944 Mineichi Koga (1885-1944)

Admirals

*Saito Makoto
*Keisuke Okada
*Kantaro Suzuki
*Mitsumasa Yonai
*Shigetaro Shimada
*Chuichi Nagumo
*Isamu Takeshita
*Dewa Shigetō
*Matsudaira Morio
*Takeo Takagi

Vice Admirals

* Chuichi Hara
* Gunichi Mikawa
* Tamon Yamaguchi
* Sentaro Omori
* Shigeyoshi Miwa
* Ryunosuke Kusaka
* Raizo Tanaka

Rear Admirals

* Ryusaku Yanagimoto


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