The Furutaka-class cruisers (古鷹型巡洋艦, Furutaka-gata jun'yōkan) were a class of two heavy cruisers which saw service with the Imperial Japanese Navy during World War II.
The lead-ship was named after Mount Furutaka located on Etajima, Hiroshima; while her sister-ship was named after the Kako River in the Hyogo prefecture.
- Kako (1935) (加古)
- Furutaka (1942) (古鷹)
Vehicles are listed in order of refit year, not build year
|Japan heavy cruisers|
|Furutaka-class||IJN Furutaka · IJN Kako|