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Class classification

All ship class codes on the list are based on USN hull classification codes or modifications thereof.

Terms In-game Code Japanese Name English Name
Kanji Romaji
DD 駆逐 駆逐艦 Kuchikukan Destroyer
AS 潜母艦 潜水母艦 Sensui bokan Submarine Tender
SS 潜水艦 Sensuikan Submarine
SSV* 潜母 潜水空母 Sensuikūbo Submarine Aircraft Carrier*
CL 軽巡 軽巡洋艦 Kei Jun'yōkan Light Cruiser
CLT* 雷巡 重雷装巡洋艦 Jūraisō Jun'yōkan Torpedo Cruiser*
CLp* 練巡 練習巡洋艦 Renshū Jun'yōkan Training Cruiser*
CA 重巡 重巡洋艦 Jū Jun'yōkan Heavy Cruiser
CAV* 航巡 航空巡洋艦 Kōkū Jun'yōkan Aviation Cruiser*
AV 水母 水上機母艦 Suijōkibokan Seaplane Tender
CVB/CV/CVL - 正規空母 Sei'ki kūbo Fleet Carrier
CVL 軽母 軽空母 Kei kūbo Light Aircraft Carrier
CV 航空母艦 Kōkū bokan Standard Aircraft Carrier
CV 装母 装甲空母 Sōkō kūbo Armored Aircraft Carrier*
BB 戦艦 Senkan Battleship
FBB* 高速戦艦 Kōsoku Senkan Fast Battleship*
BBV* 航戦 航空戦艦 Kōkū Senkan Aviation Battleship*
LHA* 揚陸 ドック型揚陸艦 Dokkugata Yōrikukan Amphibious Assault Ship*
AR 工作艦 Kōsakukan Repair Ship
AS 潜母艦 潜水母艦 Sensui bokan Submarine Tender
AO 補給 給油艦 Kyūyukan Fleet Oiler
  • The term Kūbo (空母?) is a shorthand for Kōkū bokan (航空母艦?), which means "Aircraft Carrier".
  • In-game, the cards & encyclopedia have the ship class English Name, but some are rendered differently from above.
  • "Aircraft Carrying Submarine" instead of "Submarine Aircraft Carrier"
  • "Aircraft Cruiser" instead of "Aviation Cruiser"
  • "Seaplane Carrier" instead of "Seaplane Tender"
  • "Aircraft Carrier" instead of "Standard Aircraft Carrier"
  • "Aircraft Carrier" instead of "Armored Aircraft Carrier"
  • "Battleship" instead of "Fast Battleship"
  • There are no USN hull classification codes for:
  • Submarine Aircraft Carriers
  • Training Cruisers
  • Torpedo Cruisers
  • Aviation Cruisers
  • Armored Carriers
  • KanColle fans occasionally use CVB, which was for the largest aircraft carriers, such as Shinano.
  • Fast Battleships
  • Aviation Battleships
  • Landing Craft Carriers (Amphibious Assault Ship)


API link

A method to play the game without having to access the official DMM website.

Crossing the T

Classic naval strategy in which a line of warships cross in front of a line formation of enemy ships, allowing the crossing line to bring all their guns to bear while receiving fire from only the forward guns of the enemy. Gameplay-wise, when your fleet crosses the enemy fleet, both sides (counter-intuitively) gain a significant increase in firepower. When the opponent crosses your fleet, both sides receive a significant firepower debuff.


This allows your damaged ships to be repaired to full health by consuming steel and fuel. You can use an instant repair (高速修復材) to immediately finish.


This is where you send your fleets to complete expeditions, in exchange for resources and certain items. Certain ships and equipment can be obtained exclusively through expeditions.

Food supply ship Mamiya

Blinking button in the 'Organize' menu showing that Mamiya's food can be used.

This item removes any fatigue on your fleet. See here for the Wikipedia entry.


The process of using spare ships to increase the stats (firepower, AA, torpedo, armor) of ships up to a certain point. Luck can also be modernized with Maruyu, but she is difficult to obtain.

Naval Exercise

These are battles against other players' fleets. Opposing teams update in real-time, but there is no simultaneous play.

  • New opponent list refreshed at 03:00 and 15:00 JST

Phases of Battle

  • Day Battle
    1. Reconnaissance (Stat boost, avoid being T-crossed)
    2. Initial airstrike (opening bombing, air superiority)
    3. Support fleet attack
    4. Opening/initial torpedo strike (see Type A Ko-hyoteki (甲標的甲型))
    5. Shelling/artillery phase (regular airstrike happens here)
    6. Torpedo salvo
  • Night Battle


Often confused with Modernization, will usually result in *ship name*-Kai (改). also known as Upgrading.


Orange/sad faces are displayed next to the ship icon if they are too fatigued. Rest them for 15 minutes or so if it happens. Fatigue will reduce by 3 every 3 minutes. Fatigued ships will have lower accuracy and evasion. If your ships are still fatigued upon returning from expedition, your expedition will end up failing even with all other criteria fulfilled.


The polar opposite of Fatigue. If one or more of your ships sparkle, they will gain evasion boost during sortie. The evasion boost stats are not shown in your ship stats directly. Or, if you choose to send a sparkling ship on an expedition, it will have a chance for 150% resource gain and a higher likelihood of returning with a special item (note that this requires the entire fleet to be consisting of sparkling ships).


Medals (勲章?) are a multi-purpose item that can be used to exchange for a small amount of resources or a remodel blueprint (改装設計図?).

  • 1 medal can be used to exchange for Fuel x300, Ammunition x300, Steel x300, Bauxite x300 and Instant repair x2.
  • 1 medal can also be used to exchange for Improvement Materials Improvement Materials.png x4.
  • 4 medals are needed to exchange for 1 x remodel blueprint.

Medals can be obtained by clearing certain maps. You can find the amount of medals owned by accessing the Item page(アイテム) at the top menu bar of the main screen. Remodel blueprint is needed to remodel certain ships.

Tracer-fire effect

This occurs when a ship fires any equipped machine guns to defend itself, reducing incoming damage from enemy bombers. Your flagship will always do this by default, even without any anti-air stat.

Equipment Icons

Color-coded Aircraft

  • Dive Bomber Red Plane: Carrier-based Dive Bomber Have a strong shelling-phase attack, and prevent Installations from being attacked.
  • Torpedo Bomber Blue Plane: Carrier-based Torpedo Bomber Have a strong preliminary attack, and can attack Installations.
  • Fighter Green Plane: Carrier-based Fighters provide air superiority, and shoot down opposing aircraft.
  • Reconnaissance Aircraft Yellow Plane: Carrier-based Recon Aircraft boost accuracy and LOS greatly.
  • Seaplane Light Green Plane: Seaplane Bomber and Reconnaissance Seaplane are equippable by a wide variety of ships for both Artillery spotting and participation in Air Superiority and Bombing.
    • Large Flying Boat Flying Boats only participate in bombing if other planes are present, and are only able to be equipped by Akitsushima.
  • AutogyroAnti-Submarine AircraftAutogyros and ASW Planes are only useful against Submarines.

Color-coded Naval Guns

It is based on their roles, not ability.

  • Red Gun: Main Gun; Primarily used against ships, provide a slight AA bonus.
    • Small Caliber Main Gun Light Guns are Destroyer guns, and can be mounted on Destroyers or Light Cruisers.
    • Medium Caliber Main Gun Medium Guns Are Cruiser guns, and can be mounted on Light Cruisers, Heavy Cruisers, or Battleships (other than Fast Battleships).
    • Large Caliber Main Gun HeavyGuns are Battleship guns, and can only be mounted on Battleships. Depending on the Caliber of the gun, and the ship equipped, there can be either accuracy bonuses or severe mounting penalties.
  • Auxiliary GunYellow Gun: Secondary Gun; increase in accuracy and AA stats. They can be equipped by Light Cruisers, Heavy Cruisers, Battleships, and Aircraft Carriers.
  • Green Gun: High-angle dual-purpose guns or AA machine guns
  • Dual-purpose GunHigh-angle guns have the ability to effectively attack both aircraft and ships.
  • Anti-aircraft Point-defense WeaponAA machine guns specifically attack aircraft and always trigger tracer-fire effect.


  • Torpedo-based Weapon Torpedoes are able to be equipped on Destroyers, Cruisers, and Submarines.

Midget Submarine

Also known by its design code name Type A Ko-hyoteki (Torpedo-based Weapon甲標的甲型) which literally means Target Type A, it's a submarine equipable on Torpedo Cruisers, Submarines, and Seaplane Tenders. Frequently used because of their ability to attack before the shelling phase.


  • Anti-Submarine Warfare:
    • Depth Charges Depth Charges provide a bonus to ASW.
    • Depth Charges Depth Charges Launchers (which share an icon) provide a bonus to ASW.
    • SONAR SONAR provides both an accuracy bonus and a bonus to ASW.
    • When two or all different types of the above ASW equipment are combined, ASW power is boosted.
  • RADAR RADARs provide increased accuracy, and also help against aircraft
  • Night Battle Equipment:
    • Searchlight Searchlights provide an accuracy boost, but result in the ship carrying them being targeted.
    • FlareIcon.png Star Shells reduce enemy cut-in chance and increase allied cut-in rates.
    • Ssp c.png Skilled Lookouts oncrease the cut-in chance of the ship they're equipped to.
  • Landing Craft Landing Craft boost expedition return, are utilized in transport operations, and are also useful against some installation-type enemies.
    • Amphibious Tank Tanks are useful against installations.
  • Drum.png Drum Canisters are needed for some expeditions and Transport Operations.
  • Anti Aircraft Fire Director
Anti-Aircraft Fire Directors allow the use of Anti-Air Cut Ins in combination with High-Angle guns.
  • Propulsion Systems Turbines and boilers can be equipped on any ship. They increase evasion, and when combined, also provide a boost to ship speed/
  • Sanshiki "Beehive" Ammunition Type 3 Shells confer a small AA bonus, but are primarily utilized against soft Installations.
  • Armor Piercing Ammunition AP Shells increase firepower, allow for AP Cut-Ins and confer an additional post-cap firepower bonus against most hard targets.
  • Anti-Ground Artillery The WG42 confers a flat firepower bonus against installation targets, subsequent WG42s on the same ship will encounter diminishing returns
  • Emergency Repair Fairies! Damage control items are single-use, and prevent ships from sinking.
  • Add-on Armor Torpedo Bulges increase armor at a small evasion cost
  • Facility.png The Ship Repair Facility allows Akashi to repair a ship when set as secretary.
  • Aviation Personnel Skilled Carrier-based Aircraft Maintenance Personnel (SCAMP) extends the range of carriers, allowing them to attack earlier in the shelling phase
  • Aviation Personnel Night Operation Aviation Personnel along with its superior version allow carriers to shell at night when equipped with a night-operations capable plane
  • Combat Ration Rations restore morale during sorties.
  • Supplies.png Maritime Resupply allows for Hayasui to restore fuel and ammo to ships during a sortie.

IJN ship-naming conventions

  • Destroyers are named after natural phenomena, often snow (雪, "-yuki"), waves (波, "-nami"), rain (雨, "-ame", "-are"), wind (風, "-kaze"), clouds (雲, "-kumo" or "-gumo"), the moon (, "-tsuki" or "-zuki") or tides (潮, "-shio").
  • Light Cruisers are named after rivers.
  • Heavy Cruisers are named after mountains.
    • Exceptions: The Mogami class were originally designed as Light Cruisers before being extensively modified into Heavy Cruisers (and later Aviation Cruisers), and so are named after rivers.  The Tone class also, being more lightly armed than the Takao or Myoukou classes, were also named after rivers.
  • Battleships are named after provinces.
    • Exceptions:  The Kongou class were originally designed as Battlecruisers, which were named after mountains before "heavy cruiser" became a separately defined class from simply "cruiser".
  • Aircraft Carriers all have the character for "dragon" (龍, "ryuu"), "phoenix" (, "hou"), "crane" (, "kaku") or "falcon" (, "you") in them.  Light carriers tend to have "falcon" or "phoenix" names, where Fleet carriers tend to have "dragon" or "crane" names, but this is not strict.
    • Exceptions:  Akagi and Kaga were originally designed as a battlecruiser and a battleship, respectively, and follow those classes' naming conventions instead (Akagi is named after a mountain, Kaga is named after a province).  Chitose and Chiyoda were not originally aircraft carriers, their names are poetic words for "millenium".
    • While Taigei's name was changed to fit in with the standard Aircraft Carrier naming scheme ("Ryuuhou" means "Dragon Phoenix") when she was remodeled into an Aircraft Carrier, neither Chitose nor Chiyoda received the same treatment when they were remodeled.
  • Submarines are simply given operating numbers in the same manner as German U-boats, following a syllable of the word 'Iroha'.  All long-range submarines were designated 'I-' (such as all the submarines present in KanColle), where coastal subs began with 'Ro' and training submarines were 'Ha-'  In Kancolle, the submarine girls use the classical japanese number syllables (or just the number directly, in I-8's case) to make their numbers sound more name-like.
  • Submarine Tenders were a varied group of ships.  Several of these had the character for "whale" (鯨, "gei") in their names, but many did not.
    • Shouhou and Zuihou were originally designed as Submarine Tenders before being converted into Light Carriers.  Like Ryuuhou, their names were changed upon conversion, they were originally named Tsurugizaki and Takasaki.
  • Non-Navy Ships' names were often appended with "Maru" (丸) the character for 'circle'.  The reason for this tradition seems to have been lost to time, but may be related to the red circle being the symbol and flag of japan (the "hi-no-maru") or as a superstition, helping ships travel a circle of going out to sea and returning home.
    • The examples in KanColle are "Akitsumaru" (an Army ship) and both Hiyou and Junyou's names before they were converted to aircraft carriers: Izumo Maru and Kashiwara Maru.
    • The "maru" in "Maruyu" is a reference to this character, but does not actually appear in her name, which is a circle around the hiragana character 'yu'.
  • Akashi was named after the Akashi Strait, near Kobe.  Since she was the only repair ship built for the IJN, the naming conventions of her class are unclear.

The Abyssal fleet's 'classes' are the based on the Iroha, a classical Japanese alphabetical ordering.  That this is classical Japanese implies that the classes are externally ascribed to the Abyssal fleet ships, especially combined with the highly descriptive names for the bosses.



One of Inazuma's lines written "backwards", in traditional Japanese format. Also appears as a wall scroll in the furniture page.


Naka. 2-4-11 refers to the fuel/ammo/steel combination received from her scrap (if scrapping with her default equipment).


A nickname for Yukikaze based on her appearance. Japanese fans call her 'Hamster' instead.

Big Seven

A group of warship built to carry the biggest naval gun (41cm) allowed by the Washington Naval Treaty. It comprises of Nagato, Mutsu, USS West Virginia, USS Maryland, USS Colorado, HMS Rodney, and HMS Nelson.

Black Rick Shooter/Black Ruck Shooter

Nickname of Heavy Cruiser Ri-Class Kai and Battleship Ru-Class Kai, respectively.

  • Abbreviated BRS

Black Wock Shooter

Nickname of Standard Carrier Wo-Class Kai Flagship.

  • Abbreviated BWS


Notable line from Kongou, a Kongou-class battleship built by Vickers Shipbuilding Company. Loves tea and fond of using English words due to her being built in England. Other examples:

  • 提督ゥ~、You've Got Mail! Love letterは許さないからネ!
  • Wow! Congratulations!
  • Tea timeは大事にしないとネー


Shorthand for Kitakami. Wordplay from Japanese netslang KTKR which is read as kita kore, literally 'it's here', sort of like 'woohoo I got it' or 'I've been waiting for this!'.


Nickname for Yuubari due to her uniform color scheme and general resemblance to a melon as well as the City of Yuubari, on the namesake Yuubari River, which is well known for its melons.


The name is due to Nagato's (長門) second kanji, 門, which can be pronounced as mon.
Instead of being cool and serious, Nagato is usually depicted doing silly things or showing love to random destroyers, Northern Hime, and other girls.

Rensouhou-chan (連装砲ちゃん)

A Danbo-like robot which appears with Shimakaze. Amatsukaze, having a more formal character, calls hers Rensouhou-kun instead.


Light Carrier Ryūjō.

Tenryuu Kindergarten

A common theme where Tenryuu and her destroyers escort was regularly used in expeditions due to Tenryuu's lower ammo cost (compared to other light cruisers). The official 4-koma also shows Tenryuu as being good at taking care of children (destroyers), hence the name.

Zekamashi (ぜかまし)

Shimakaze's name read backward (in traditional Japanese, characters are read right-to-left). Found on one of the Rensouhou-chan's life buoys.

Birthdays of Ship Girls

The date a ship was launched is traditionally used as a ship's birthday; the dates presented here reflect this. These dates are sourced from Wikipedia.

# Destroyers (by class) Date Launched 
# Mutsuki-class Date Launched
1st Mutsuki 23 July 1925
2nd Kisaragi 5 June 1925
3rd Yayoi 11 July 1925
4th Uzuki 15 October 1925
5th Satsuki 25 March 1925
7th Fumizuki 16 February 1926
8th Nagatsuki 6 October 1926
9th Kikuzuki 15 March 1926
10th Mikazuki 12 July 1926
11th Mochizuki 28 April 1927
# Fubuki-class Date Launched
1st Fubuki 15 November 1927
2nd Shirayuki 20 March 1928
3rd Hatsuyuki 29 September 1928
4th Miyuki 26 June 1928
5th Murakumo 27 September 1928
9th Isonami 24 November 1927
# Ayanami-class Date Launched
11th Ayanami 5 October 1929
12th Shikinami 22 June 1929
17th Oboro 8 November 1930
18th Akebono 7 November 1930
19th Sazanami 31 June 1931
20th Ushio 17 November 1930
# Akatsuki-subclass Date Launched
1st Akatsuki 7 May 1932
2nd Hibiki 22 December 1932
3rd Ikazuchi 22 October 1931
4th Inazuma 25 February 1932
# Hatsuharu-class Date Launched
2nd Hatsuharu 27 February 1933
3rd Hatsushimo 4 November 1933
4th Nenohi 22 December 1932
5th Wakaba 18 March 1934
# Shiratsuyu-class Date Launched
1st Shiratsuyu 5 April 1935
2nd Shigure 18 May 1935
3rd Murasame 20 June 1935
4th Yuudachi 21 June 1936
5th Samidare 6 July 1935
6th Harusame 21 September 1935
10th Suzukaze 11 March 1937
# Asashio-class Date Launched
1st Arare 16 November 1937
2nd Arashio 26 May 1937
3rd Asagumo 5 November 1937
4th Asashio 16 December 1936
5th Kasumi 18 November 1937
6th Michishio 15 March 1937
9th Ooshio 19 April 1937
10th Yamagumo 24 July 1937
# Kagerou-class Date Launched
1st Akigumo 11 April 1941
2nd Amatsukaze 19 October 1939
5th Hamakaze 25 November 1940
6th Hatsukaze 24 January 1939
8th Isokaze 19 June 1939
9th Kagerou 27 September 1938
10th Kuroshio 25 October 1938
11th Maikaze 15 March 1941
13th Nowaki 17 September 1940
15th Shiranui 28 June 1938
16th Tanikaze 1 November 1940
17th Tokitsukaze 10 November 1939
18th Urakaze 19 April 1940
19th Yukikaze 24 March 1939
# Yuugumo-class Date Launched
2nd Asashimo 21 January 1943
6th Hayashimo 20 October 1943
10th Kiyoshimo 16 March 1943
11th Makigumo 23 December 1940
12th Naganami 11 April 1941
19th Yuugumo 16 March 1941
# Others Date Launched
1st (and only) Shimakaze 18 July 1942
1st Akizuki 2 July 1941
# Light Cruisers Date Launched 
# Tenryuu-Class Date Launched 
1st Tenryuu 11 March 1918
2nd Tatsuta 29 May 1918
# Kuma-Class Date Launched 
1st Kuma 14 July 1919
2nd Tama 10 February 1920
3rd Kitakami 3 July 1920
4th Ooi 15 July 1920
5th Kiso 14 December 1920
# Nagara-Class Date Launched 
1st Nagara 25 April 1922
2nd Isuzu 29 October 1921
3rd Natori 16 February 1922
4th Yura 15 February 1922
5th Kinu 29 May 1922
6th Abukuma 16 March 1923
# Sendai-Class Date Launched 
1st Sendai 30 October 1923
2nd Jintsuu 8 December 1923
3rd Naka 24 March 1925
# Agano-Class Date Launched 
1st Agano 22 October 1941
2nd Noshiro 19 July 1942
3rd Yahagi 25 October 1942
4th Sakawa 9 April 1944
Other Date Launched 
Yuubari 5 March 1923
Katori 14 December 1939
Ooyodo 2 April 1942
# Heavy Cruisers Date Launched 
# Furutaka-Class Date Launched 
1st Furutaka 25 February 1925
2nd Kako 10 April 1925
# Aoba-Class Date Launched 
1st Aoba 25 September 1926
2nd Kinugasa 24 October 1926
# Myoukou-Class Date Launched 
1st Myoukou 16 April 1927
2nd Nachi 15 June 1927
3rd Ashigara 22 April 1928
4th Haguro 24 March 1928
# Takao-Class Date Launched 
1st Takao 12 May 1930
2nd Atago 16 June 1930
3rd Maya 8 November 1930
4th Choukai 30 June 1931
# Mogami-Class Date Launched 
1st Mogami 14 March 1934
2nd Mikuma 31 May 1934
3rd Suzuya 20 November 1934
4th Kumano 15 October 1936
# Tone-Class Date Launched 
1st Tone 21 November 1937
2nd Chikuma 19 March 1938
# Admiral Hipper-Class Date Launched 
3rd Prinz Eugen 22 August 1938
Battleships Date Launched 
Nagato 9 November 1919
Mutsu 31 May 1920
Kongou 18 May 1912
Hiei 21 November 1912
Kirishima 1 December 1913
Haruna 14 December 1913
Fusou 28 March 1914
Yamashiro 3 November 1915
Ise 12 November 1916
Hyuuga 27 January 1917
Yamato 8 August 1940
Musashi 1 November 1940
Bismarck 14 February 1939
Light Carriers Date Launched 
Houshou 13 November 1921
Ryuujou 2 April 1931
Hiyou 24 June 1941
Junyou 26 June 1941
Shouhou 1 June 1935
Zuihou 19 June 1936
Chitose 29 November 1936
Chiyoda 29 November 1936
Ryuuhou 16 November
Standard Carriers Date Launched 
Akagi 22 April 1925
Kaga 17 November 1921
Souryuu 21 December 1935
Hiryuu 16 November 1937
Shoukaku 1 June 1939
Zuikaku 27 November 1939
Taihou 7 March 1943
Unryuu 25 September 1943
Amagi 1 October 1943
Submarines Date Launched 
I-8 20 July 1936
I-19 16 September 1939
I-168 26 June 1933
I-58 30 June 1943
I-401 8 January
Maruyu 31 October
U-511 21 Febuary 1941
RO-500 16 September
Auxiliary ships Date Launched 
Akitsumaru 24 Sept 1941
Akashi 29 June 1938
Taigei 16 November 1933
Mamiya 26 October 1923
Irako 14 February 1941

List of vessels by Japanese voice actresses

Voice actress Ship girls
Bridcut Sarah Emi Maikaze, Hatsukaze, Yuubari, Suzuya, Kumano
Endou Aya Bismarck, Z1, Z3
Fujita Saki Akagi, Fusou, Yamashiro, Kagerou, Shiranui, Kuroshio, Yukikaze, Tokitsukaze, Aircraft Carrier Demon, Aircraft Carrier Princess (special boss)
Hayasaka Kozue (早坂梢) Sazanami, Akebono, Ushio, Oboro
Hidaka Rina Ryuujou, Mutsuki, Kisaragi, Satsuki, Fumizuki, Nagatsuki, Kikuzuki, Mikazuki, Mochizuki, Yayoi, Uzuki
Horie Yui Asagumo, Yamagumo, Amagi, Supply Ship Mamiya, Supply Ship Irako,
Iguchi Yuka Kaga, Tone, Chikuma, Tenryuu, Tatsuta, Nagara, Isuzu, Natori
Ise Mariya I-401
Kanemoto Hisako Kiyoshimo, Hayashimo, Harusame, Northern Princess (special boss)
Kawasumi Ayako Unryuu, Isokaze, Ooyodo, Midway Princess (special boss)
Kayano Ai Asashimo, Katori, U-511/Ro-500, Light Cruiser Demon (special boss), Battleship Water Demon (special boss)
Kobayashi Motoko Hatsuharu, Nenohi, Wakaba, Hatsushimo
Komatsu Mana (小松真奈) Zuihou, Hamakaze, Tanikaze, Urakaze
Kuno Misaki (久野美咲) Littorio, Roma, Takanami, Harbor Water Demon (special boss)
Misato (味里) Musashi, I-19, I-8, Airfield Princess (special boss), Battleship Princess (special boss)
Miyagawa Wakana (宮川若菜) Chitose, Chiyoda, Asashio, Ooshio, Michishio, Arashio, Arare, Kasumi
Nakajima Megumi Mikuma, I-168, I-58, Kinugasa, Hatsuzuki
Nomizu Iori Shoukaku, Zuikaku, Kinu, Abukuma, Special bosses (敵巨大母艦, 鬼, 姫, 戦鬼, 戦姫)
Noto Mamiko Taihou, Akitsu Maru, Maruyu
Ogura Yui Amatsukaze, Taigei/Ryuuhou, Harbour Princess (special boss), Isolated Island Demon (special boss)
Ootsubo Yuka Ise, Hyuuga, Furutaka, Kako, Ooi, Kitakami, Hiyou, Junyou
Ozawa Ari Akizuki, Prinz Eugen, Nowaki, Destroyer Princess (special boss), Aircraft Carrier Water Demon (special boss)
Sakura Ayane Nagato, Mutsu, Shimakaze, Kuma, Tama, Kiso, Sendai, Jintsuu, Naka
Suzaki Aya Mogami, Houshou, Aoba, Akatsuki, Hibiki/Верный, Ikazuchi, Inazuma
Taketatsu Ayana Yamato, Akigumo, Yuugumo, Makigumo, Naganami
Taneda Risa Myoukou, Nachi, Ashigara, Haguro, Shouhou, Samidare, Suzukaze, Akashi
Tanibe Yumi (タニベ ユミ) Yura, Shigure, Murasame, Yuudachi, Shiratsuyu
Touyama Nao Kongou, Hiei, Haruna, Kirishima, Takao, Atago, Maya, Choukai, Ayanami, Shikinami
Uesaka Sumire Souryuu, Hiryuu, Fubuki, Shirayuki, Hatsuyuki, Miyuki, Murakumo, Isonami
Yamada Yuki (山田悠希) Agano, Noshiro, Yahagi, Sakawa

List of vessels by artist

Illustrator Ship girls
Akira (アキラ) Special Bosses: Anchorage Demon (泊地棲鬼), Anchorage Princess (泊地棲姫), Airfield Princess (飛行場姫), Battleship Princess (戦艦棲姫), Northern Princess (北方棲姫), Mizuho
Amemiya Chiyou
Samidare, Suzukaze
Ayaki (彩樹) Tenryuu, Tatsuta, Murakumo, Hatsuharu, Nenohi
bob Sendai, Jintsuu, Naka, Myoukou, Nachi, Ashigara, Haguro, Tone, Chikuma, Shouhou
drew Oboro, Akebono, Sazanami, Ushio, Tutorial Musume
Fujikawa (藤川) Kinugasa, Akigumo, Yuugumo, Makigumo, Naganami, Supply Ship Mamiya, Error Musume, Akashi, Ooyodo, Hayashimo, Kiyoshimo, Supply Ship Irako, Asagumo, Yamagumo, Asashimo, Takanami, Kazagumo, Okinami
hatsuko (ハツ子) Aoba
Jiji (じじ) Littorio, Roma, Libeccio, Zara, Pola, Aquila
Konishi (コニシ) Kongou, Hiei, Haruna, Kirishima, Asashio, Ooshio, Michishio, Arashio, Arare, Kasumi, Kagerou, Shiranui, Kuroshio, Shoukaku, Zuikaku, Yura, Kinu, Abukuma, Yuubari, Zuihou, Suzuya, Kumano, Maikaze, Hatsukaze, Agano, Noshiro, Yahagi, Sakawa, Nowaki, Hayasui, Arashi, Hagikaze, Oyashio
Kujou Ichiso
Shiratsuyu, Shigure, Murasame, Yuudachi, Taigei/Ryuuhou, Harusame, Kawakaze, Umikaze
Kusada Souta
Mutsuki, Kisaragi, Yayoi, Uzuki, Minazuki
Kuu Ro Kuro
Ryuujou, Nagara, Isuzu, Natori, Chitose, Chiyoda, Hiyou, Junyou, Akitsu Maru, Maruyu, Unryuu, Amagi, Katsuragi, I-26
Mikoto Akemi
Takao, Atago
Oguchi (おぐち) Destroyer I-Class, Destroyer Ro-Class, Destroyer Ha-Class, Destroyer Ni-Class, Light Cruiser Ho-Class, Light Cruiser He-Class, Light Cruiser To-Class, Torpedo Cruiser Chi-Class, Heavy Cruiser Ri-Class, Light Carrier Nu-Class, Battleship Ru-Class, Standard Carrier Wo-Class, Transport Ship Wa-Class, Battleship Ta-Class, Battleship Re-Class, Submarine Ka-Class, Submarine Yo-Class, Submarine So-Class (main design concept creator of Abussals from 2013-2014)
Parsley (パセリ) Maya, Choukai, Hamakaze, Tanikaze, Urakaze, Isokaze, Katori, Kashima, Kamikaze, Harukaze
Rikka (六花) Fusou, Yamashiro
Shibafu (しばふ) Akagi, Kaga, Souryuu, Hiryuu, Ise, Hyuuga, Fubuki, Shirayuki, Hatsuyuki, Miyuki, Isonami, Ayanami, Shikinami, Ooi, Kitakami, Houshou, Mogami, Mikuma, I-401
Shimada Humikane
Taihou, Bismarck, Z1, Z3, Prinz Eugen, U-511/Ro-500, Graf Zeppelin
Shizuma Yoshinori
Nagato, Mutsu, Yukikaze, Shimakaze, Yamato, Musashi, Amatsukaze, Tokitsukaze, Akizuki, Akitsushima, Teruzuki, Hatsuzuki, Air Defense Princess (防空棲姫), Iowa
I-168, I-58, I-19, I-8
UGUME Kuma, Tama, Kiso, Furutaka, Kako
Satsuki, Fumizuki, Nagatsuki, Kikuzuki, Mikazuki, Mochizuki, Akatsuki, Hibiki/Верный, Ikazuchi, Inazuma, Wakaba, Hatsushimo
youki Shinano (speculative, from p.26 of Teitoku no Natsuyasumi & p.31 of Teitoku no Fuyuyasumi)

List of music by composers

Composer Tracks
Okamiya Michio (岡宮道生) Game, Event, OST -Akatsuki-, Incomplete
Ookoshi Kaori ( 大越香里) Game, Event, OST -Akatsuki-, Incomplete
Usami Hiroshi (宇佐美宏) Game, Event, OST -Akatsuki-, Incomplete
Uncredited Japanese wiki


Ever see an acronym in the wiki you didn't know the meaning of and urbandictionary doesn't have it? While it is preferable to not use acronyms to avoid confusion, some discussions will inevitably have them. This is an incomplete list of acronyms used in discussions by English-speaking KanColle players.