Okinami was a Yūgumo-class destroyer of the Imperial Japanese Navy in World War II era. On 29 February 1944 while escorting a troop convoy, Okinami assisted with sinking the submarine USS Trout, and assisted in the rescue of 1,720 survivors of the Sakito Maru sinking. On 5 November 1944 she was damaged by near misses and strafing during an air attack. There were 28 casualties.
On 13 November 1944, Okinami was sunk in a U.S. air raid on Manila. Suffering one direct bomb hit and several near-misses; she sank upright in shallow water 8 miles (13 km) west of Manila (14°35′N 120°50′ECoordinates: 14°35′N 120°50′E). There were 14 crewmen killed and 19 wounded.
- She wears a purple sleeveless dress over a white shirt, blue bowtie and gray pantyhose with a pair oflace-up boots.
- She wear glasses (megane).