Name Translation: "Bamboo"
16 June 1944:
Completed at Yokosuka; assigned same date to Desron 11, Combined Fleet, for training. Ship's captain: Lieutenant Commander Tanaka Hirokuni  (prev. C.O. KURETAKE).
Assigned to Desdiv 43 (UME, TAKE, MATSU, MOMO), Desron 11, Combined Fleet.
Transport operations from Japan to Okinawa and Palau, then Philippines-area convoy escort duty out of Manila.
Desdiv 43 reassigned to Escort Squadron 31, Fifth Fleet.
Escorted Convoy MAMI-11 from Manila to Miri, Borneo.
Escorted Convoy MATA No. 30 from Manila to Takao. On 24 October assisted HARUKAZE in sinking of USS SHARK II (SS-314) with depth charges. Assisted torpedoed ARISAN MARU and rescued 347 survivors. Later returned to Manila on 30 October.
Lieutenant Commander Tanaka relieved by Lieutenant Commander Unaki Tsuyoshi .
Escorted troop convoy TA No. 3 from Manila towards Ormoc; on 10 November was replaced by other destroyers so returned to Manila.
Escorted troop convoy TA No. 5 from Manila towards Ormoc. Minor damage: on 25 November due to air attack. Rescued survivors of naval transports T.6 and T.10 then returned to Manila.
Escorted troop convoy TA No. 7 from Manila to Ormoc and back. On 3 December torpedoed and sank USS COOPER (DD-695). Medium damage: due to shellfire of COOPER, USS ALLEN M. SUMNER (DD-692) and USS MOALE (DD-693); returned to Manila on one set of engines.
Escorted convoys from Manila via Formosa to Moji. Following docking for repairs, remained in Inland Sea through end of war.
5 February 1945:
Escort Squadron 31 reassigned to Combined Fleet.
15 March-20 April:
Escort Squadron 31 reassigned to Second Fleet, then back to Combined Fleet.
Surrendered at Maizuru at end of war.
25 October 1945:
Removed from Navy List. Later used as repatriation ship.
16 July 1947:
Turned over to Great Britain; later scrapped.