The 12.7 cm/40 Type 89 naval gun was a Japanese anti-aircraft (AA) gun introduced before World War II. It was the Imperial Japanese Navy's standard heavy AA gun during the war.
The Type 89 was adopted by the IJN on February 6, 1932, and was the primary anti-aircraft gun on new aircraft carriers, battleships and cruisers, most commonly installed in twin gun mounts. As IJN ships were upgraded in the 1930s and 1940s, their older AA guns were often replaced with Type 89 guns.
Ship Class Used On: Type 89: Almost all Japanese capital ships, aircraft carriers, cruisers, Matsu and Tachibana class escorts
Mount Type 89 Twin Mounts:
Kongô (4), Fuso (4), Ise (4), Nagato (4), Takao (4), Atago (4), Maya (6) and Katori (1): A1
Light Cruisers as modified 1942 - 1943 (1): A1
Myôkô (4), Mogami (4), Tone (4), Ibuki (4), Akashi (2), Ashizuri (2) and Hayasui (2): A1 Mod 1
Kaga (8), Ryûjô (4), Shôkaku (8), Hiryû (6), Shoho (4), Hiyo (6), Ryûhô (ex-Taigei) (4) and Shoho (ex-Tsurugizaki) (4): A1 Mod 2
Chiyoda (4), Kaiyo (4), Shinyo (4), Shinano (8), Unryu (6), Hiyo (6), Ryuho (4), Kaiyo (4), Shinyo (4), Unryu (6), Mizuho (3) and Tsugaru (2): A1 Mod 2
Yamato (6): A1 Mod 3
Matsu (1) and Tachibana (1): B1
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