Were there any Japanese ships at the surrender ceremony?

The battleship Nagato was one of the only Japanese ships at the surrender ceremony on September 2, 1945.  She was the only battleship from the Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN)to make it to the end of WWII. Commissioned in 1920 she was one of the last of the Japanese battleships. They had to put a freeze

Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto

Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto

Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto was the key strategist of the attack on Pearl Harbour. Although he had serious reservations about a war with the United States, as Admiral he had a responsibility.  The air raid of Pearl Harbour was his idea. The Pearl Harbour attack was considered tactically brilliant, while at the same time strategically foolish. The strategy