The Mogami-class were four cruisers built for the Imperial Japanese Navy during the 1930s. All were named after Japanese rivers.
They were initially built and classified as light cruisers to comply with the London Naval Treaty. After Japan refused to comply any longer with that agreement, all four ships were rearmed with larger guns and were reclassified as heavy cruisers.
- Mikuma (1939) (三隈)
Vehicles are listed in order of refit year, not build year