Fuyuzuki was a Akizuki-class destroyer of the Imperial Japanese Navy. Her name means "Winter Moon".
On 12 October 1944, while escorting the light cruiser Ōyodo from Yokosuka to the Inland Sea, she was hit on the bow by a torpedo fired from USS Trepang (SS-412). She returned to Kure where she was repaired.
On 31 January 1945 she run aground on a sandbar near Ōita during a training mission in the Inland Sea.
She participated on the last mission of the battleship Japanese battleship Yamato (6-7 April 1945). She sank the crippled destroyer Kasumi with two torpedoes after taking aboard her crew. She was one of the few surviving ships, even though lightly damaged by 127 mm rockets and bombs. Her own losses were 12 dead and 12 injured.
On 20 August 1945, Fuyuzuki hit a mine at Moji, Kyūshū, suffering heavy damage to her stern. She surrendered unrepaired and without armament.