Propellers: 6-bladed VDM, 3.80 m (12 ft 6 in) diameter
Maximum speed: 624 km/h (388 mph, 337 kn) at 8,300 m (27,200 ft)
Cruise speed: 350 km/h (220 mph, 190 kn) at sea level
Range: 3,000 km (1,900 mi, 1,600 nmi)
Service ceiling: 12,050 m (39,530 ft)
Time to altitude: 9 min 3 sec to 6,000 m (19,700 ft)
1× 57 mm Ho-401 cannon in ventral gondola
2× 20 mm Ho-5 cannon in wing roots
1× 12.7 mm Ho-103 machine gun on flexible mounting in rear cockpit
The Rikugun Ki-93 was a prototype Japanese twin-engined fighter aircraft of the Second World War.
Designed by the Army Aerotechnical Research Institute, to be a heavy fighter armed with large calibre cannon to serve in the anti-shipping or bomber destroyer roles, only one example of the Ki-93 was completed, this was damaged on its maiden flight, and destroyed by American bombing before it could be flown again.