Hiburi is one of coastal defense ships built by the Imperial Japanese Navy during World War II. She named after Hiburi Island located near Uwajima, Ehime. Launched in April 1944, she was the first of her class and a combination design of the preceeding Mikura Class and designs for the later Ukuru class. She led a very short service life, being sunk by USS Harder (along with Matsuwa and Sado) in August '44 as part of the ill fated HI-71 convoy.
- Hiburi has short black hair that is tied up in a low ponytail and brown eyes.
- The Hiburi-class wear a simple white sailor dress with blue accents, along with a sailor hat and white socks. Depth charges are strapped to their thighs.