Japanese Chinkai Guard District

The Imperial Navy established guard districts in the outer portions of the Japanese Empire. They resembled naval districts but did not have their own yards, barracks, or training schools. They were similar to the Sea Frontiers of the U.S. Navy.

The Chinkai Guard District had responsibility for Korea.

Administrative order of battle, 7 December 1941:

Chinkai Guard District (Sakamoto; at Masampo)
  DD Minekaze

AP Ryotaku Maru

Chinkai Air Group

6 E7K Alf

Chinkai Guard Force (Owada; at Masampo)

  Destroyer Division 32

  DD Asagao

DD Fuyo

DD Karukaya

Minesweeper Division 48

AMc Kaiyo Maru #1

AMc Kaiyo Maru #3

AMc Tasei Maru

Minesweeper Division 49

AMc Hinode Maru #17 (235 tons)

AMc Hinode Maru #18 (235 tons)

AMc Rikusen Maru

AMc Tamaura Maru

Rashin Base Force (Sukigara; at Rashin)

PG Hakkai Maru (2921 tons)

PG Seikyo Maru (2608 tons)


"Japanese Naval Ground Forces" (accessed 2011-4-3)

Jentschura, Jung, and Mickel (1977) (accessed 2002; now defunct)

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