Name Translation: "Wind on the Tide"
Initial Command Structure:
Ship's captain: Lieutenant Commander Tanegashima Youji . Assigned to Desdiv 3 (SHIOKAZE, HOKAZE), Cardiv 4, First Air Fleet.
29 November-5 December 1941:
Escorted RYUJO from Sasebo to Palau.
Departed Palau for Legaspi attack.
Departed Palau for Davao and Jolo Islands attacks.
10 January 1942:
Desdiv 3 deactivated; assigned directly to Cardiv 4.
Departed Camranh, then supported air operations in Kuching (Borneo) area.
Departed Camranh for Palembang attack.
Departed Cape St. Jacques for Java attack.
Assisted MATSUKAZE in sinking Dutch auxiliary minesweeper ENDEH.
Departed Singapore to assist Burma and Andaman Islands attacks, then with RYUJO in Indian Ocean operations.
Reassigned directly to Fifth Fleet.
Escorted CHOKAI from Singapore to Yokosuka.
Departed Ominato for Attu attack.
Steamed from Kiska to Yokosuka.
Departed Yokosuka, escorting convoy to Chishimas.
Reassigned to 1st Surface Escort Division, Southwest Area Fleet.
Departed Maizuru, then escorting convoys between Japan and Formosa.
Lieutenant Commander Tanegashima (to C.O. MURASAME) relieved by Lieutenant Commander Michiki Shozo  (prev. C.O. ASAKAZE).
18 January 1943:
Arrived Yokosuka, then docked for repairs.
Departed Yokosuka, then escorting convoys between Japan and Singapore.
Lieutenant Commander Michiki (to C.O. SHIKINAMI) relieved by Lieutenant Commander Sako Masuhide .
Departed Moji, escorting convoys to Manila and Palau.
Departed Sasebo, then escorting convoys between Japan and Formosa.
1st Surface Escort Division reassigned to General Escort Command.
17 February 1944:
Departed Sasebo, escorting convoy to Singapore.
Lieutenant Commander Sako relieved by Lieutenant Commander Yasumoto Shinsei .
Departed Sasebo, then escorting convoys between Japan and Manila.
Departed Sasebo, then escorting convoys between Japan and Takao (Formosa).
1st Surface Escort Division deactivated; reassigned to First Escort Fleet, General Escort Command.
Attached directly to Combined Fleet.
30-31 January 1945:
Departed Takao, accompanying UME and KAEDE on aircrew evacuation run to Aparri (Luzon), aborted due to air attack. Minor damage: in attacks by U.S. Army B-25s and P-38s 20 miles south of Formosa: near-misses damaged a turbine and prop-shafts, 4 injured; rescued UME survivors, then back to Takao.
20 February-21 May:
Arrived Kure, then docked for repairs.
Lieutenant Commander Yasumoto relieved by Lieutenant Commander Ichinose Makoto .
Lieutenant Commander Ichinose relieved by Lieutenant Commander Kawabe Chuzaburo .
In Kure at end of war.
5 October 1945:
Removed from Navy List. Later used as repatriation ship; later scrapped.