August 25, 1944-The Sugi is completed and joins Destroyer Squadron 11 for training operations.
October 25, 1944-The Sugi screens the decoy Northern Force throughout the Battle of Cape Engaņo.
November 9, 1944-The Sugi is assigned to escort a convoy to Manila, then engages in further escort missions in the Philippines until November 17.
November 15, 1944-The Sugiis assigned to Destroyer Division 52, Destroyer Squadron 11.
November 20, 1944-The Sugi is assigned to Escort Squadron 31, Fifth Fleet.
December 5, 1944-The Sugi is ordered to escort a convoy to Ormoc, then cover its return to Manila.
December 7, 1944-The Sugi receives minor damage in an air raid while on its return voyage.
December 8, 1944-The Sugi returns to Manila.
December 15, 1944-The Sugi departs for Camranh Bay, arriving the next day.
December 24, 1944-The Sugi is ordered to cover the force assigned to bombard San Jose.
January 25, 1945-The Sugi receives damage by American bombers while docked in Takao.
February 1, 1945-The Sugi arrives at Sasebo after having escorted a convoy from. Afterwards, the destroyer undergoes repairs.
February 5, 1945-The Sugi is assigned to the Combined Fleet.
March 13, 1945-The Sugi docks at Kure, where the destroyer receives orders to remain operational in the Inland Sea.
March 15, 1945-The Sugi is reassigned to the Second Fleet.
April 20, 1945-The Sugi is returned to the Combined Fleet.
August 27, 1945-The Sugi is surrendered while docked at Kure. The destroyer would later be ordered for repatriation duties.
July 31, 1947-The Sugi is sent to China, where the destroyer is renamed Hui Yang.