Type 89 Yi-Go (Japanese: æŽ · ã‚´ãƒ¼ ã‚¿ã‚¤ãƒ— 89) was a Japanese tank from the Second World War.
Type 89 Yi-Go medium tank was introduced in 1930. The tank was based on the Vickers Medium C medium tank that was imported by the Imperial Japanese Army. There was not much has changed in the design, though the original engine was replaced by a Mitsubishi air-cooled engine. The tank was used a lot during the Second World War, but was quickly superseded by the superior Russian/Soviet and American tanks.