|“||5th Shiratsuyu-class destroyer, Harusame, yes. Leave the transport missions to me... desu.||„|
Harusame (春雨?, Spring Rain) was the fifth of ten Shiratsuyu-class destroyers, and was built for the Imperial Japanese Navy under the "Circle One" Program (Maru Ichi Keikaku). This vessel should not be confused with the earlier Russo-Japanese War-period Harusame-class torpedo boat destroyer with the same name.
She wears the same uniform as the preceding ships of her class. She wears a beret.
She has pink hair in a side ponytail, secured with a ribbon with a pink flower glued into it, with the tip fading to blue as well as a braid, usually hidden by her beret. She also has red eyes.
- Her name literally means "Spring Rain"
- also means the name of noodle, as she says at 19:00 hourlies.
- Sunk by USAAF B-25 bombers at 00°05′S 132°45′ECoordinates: 00°05′S 132°45′E on June 8, 1944.