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Hayasui (速吸 "Quick Absorption") was a Japanese fleet oiler (hybrid tanker/carrier) of the Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN), serving during World War II.
She was named after what is now known as the Hōyo Strait, the narrowest passage of the Bungo Channel that separates the Japanese islands of Shikoku and Kyushu.
She get sunk by USS Bluefish at West of Vigan City, Philippines, 19 August 1944. Hayasui was one of the many ships sunk as part of the ill-fated Hi-71 convoy.
- She has a black, short hair.
- Her eye is turquoise-colored.
- She wore a white jacket with a black trim.
- She wore a short black skirt.
- She wore a pair of black thighs.
- The design on her jacket is likely a reference to the long catwalk that would span across the well decks of the ship, a common feature seen on most Oilers and Tankers in that time period.
- Her name ,速吸, literally means fast suck, which in combination with her high fuel consumption, led to some less than favorable memes of her.