Name Translation: "Cedar"
25 August 1944:
Completed at Osaka; assigned same date to Desron 11, Combined Fleet, for training. Ship's captain: Lieutenant (s.g.) Kikuchi Toshitaka .
25 October: Battle of Leyte Gulf
Escorted Admiral Ozawa's Northern Force in Battle off Cape Engano.
Escorted convoy from Sasebo via Mako to Manila.
Assigned to Desdiv 52 (HINOKI, KUWA, MOMI, SUGI, KASHI), Desron 11, Combined Fleet.
19 November-2 December:
Patrol/escort duties from Manila to Brunei, Miri, the Spratlys and back.
Desdiv 52 reassigned to Escort Squadron 31, Fifth Fleet.
Escorted troop convoy TA No. 8 from Manila to Ormoc and back. Minor damage: in air attacks on 7 December due to strafing: 32 dead.
Minor damage: in air attacks by TF 38 on Manila.
Steamed from Manila to Camranh Bay.
Escorted San Jose bombardment force.
1-7 January 1945:
Steamed from Cape St. Jacques to Takao.
Damaged: (extent unknown) in attack by aircraft of TF 38 at Takao.
Steamed from Takao to Hong Kong; departed again on 28 January.
Escorted SERIA Maru convoy from Shanghai to Moji, then docked at Sasebo for repairs.
Escort Squadron 31 reassigned to Combined Fleet.
Arrived Kure, then in Inland Sea through end of war.
15 March-20 April:
Escort Squadron 31 reassigned to Second Fleet, then back to Combined Fleet.
Surrendered at Kure at end of war.
5 October 1945:
Removed from Navy List. Later used as repatriation ship.
31 July 1947:
Turned over to China; renamed HUI YANG.