|Operators:||Japan Maritime Self-Defense Fleet|
|Displacement:||100,000 tons full load|
|Length:||330 m (1070 ft)|
|Draft:||10,9 m (35 ft 9 in)|
|Installed power:||200,000 shp|
|Speed:||34,5 knots (63.9 km/h; 39.7 mph)|
|Range:||7,581 nmi (14,040 km; 8,724 mi) at 18 knots (33 km/h; 21 mph)|
|Armament:||16 × 127 mm (5 in) dual purpose guns
36-96 × 25 mm (1 in) Type 96 anti-aircraft guns
The JDS Shinto class aircraft carrier supercarriers are a class of five supercarriers being built for the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Fleet and was the first supercarriers to be built by Japan. Five supercarriers were ordered for JMSDF, Japanese aircraft carrier JDS Shinto, Japanese aircraft carrier JDS Shogun, Japanese aircraft carrier JDS Kamikaze, Japanese aircraft carrier JDS Bushido and Japanese aircraft carrier JDS Daimyo.
The five supercarriers of the JDS Shinto class aircraft carrier are together with JDS Shōkaku class aircraft carriers the backbone of the JMSDF.