- Class: Asahi - 1 battleship of 1896
- Displacement: 15,200 tons
- Dimensions: 415 (wl) 425 (oa) x 75 x 27 ft
- Machinery: 2 sets 3 cylinder vertical triple expansion, 2 screws, 15,000 ihp = 18 knots
- Armor: Main belt 4in-9in, upper belt 6in, deck 1in-4in, barbettes 8in-14in, casemates 2in-6in, CT 3in-14in
- Armament: 4-12in (2x2), 14-6in (14x1), 20-12pdr QF (20x1), 6-3pdr (6x1); 4-18in T.T.
- Complement: 836
- Builder: J. Brown, Clydebank, Scotland
- Laid Down: 1 Aug 1898
- Launched: 13 Mar 1899
- Completed: 31 Jul 1900
- Service: Saw action throughout Russo-Japanese War; severely damaged by floating mine 26 Oct 1904. Repaired in time to participate in Battle of Tsushima, 27 May 1905, where she was slightly damaged. Served as gunnery training ship during World War I, and then disarmed under the Washington Naval Treaty in 1923. In 1926-27 she was converted to a submarine salvage vessel. Placed in reserve in 1938, but then reactivated for use as a repair ship. Torpedoed and sunk by submarine USS Salmon off French Indo-China 25 May 1942.