- Class: Asama - 2 armoured cruisers of 1896-7
- Displacement: 9.750 tons
- Dimensions: 442 (oa) x 67 x 24 ft.
- Machinery: 2 sets 4-cylinder triple expansion, compound boilers, 2 shaft, S.H.P. 18,000 = 21 knots
- Armor: Main belt 7-3.5in, turrets 6in
- Armament: 4-8in (2x2), 14-6in (14x1), 12-12pdr (12x1); 5-18in TT
- Complement: 726
- Builder: Armstrong Whitworth & Co., Elswick, England
- Laid Down: 1898
- Launched: 6 Jul 1898
- Completed: Apr 1899
- Notes: Tokiwa and her sister Asama both rendered sterling service during the Russo-Japanese War, forming part of the battle fleet. Tokiwa fought in the Battle off Ulsan on 14 Aug 1904 and at the Battle of Tsushima, 27-28 May 1905. In World War I she participated in actions against the German base at Tsingtao. In 1922 she was converted to a minelayer. She served into World War II until 9 Aug 1945 when she was damaged by American naval aircraft in Mutsu Bay and then beached by her crew. The wreck was raised and scrapped in 1947.