Two ships of the Imperial Japanese Navy have been named Chikuma after the Chikuma River in Nagano Prefecture:
- Japanese cruiser Chikuma (1911) - a Chikuma-class protected cruiser that commissioned in 1912 and was sunk as a target in 1935.
- Japanese cruiser Chikuma (1938) - a Tone-class heavy cruiser that commissioned in 1939 and was scuttled in 1944 after the Battle off Samar.
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