Ship is lying on its port side. in 34m of water. Viz is normally pretty average. The main thing about the Yamagiri was carrying 14" shells for battleships like the Yamashiro.
The engineroom is probably the most photographed in the lagoon with the remains of a human skull embedded into the engine casing. One thing to always remember when diving these wrecks are that ALL of them are war graves with countless thousands perishing during Operation Hailstone. So even though its pretty "cool" to see reminents of human remains, the utmost respect should be adopted at all times.
Engine: Single Screw Diesol engine
Speed: 14 knots
Builder: Mitsubishi Jukogyo
DEPTH OF SHIP
top of ship: 9- 17m.