The DaisensoGoji featured a head slightly larger than that of the MosuGoji suit, with a round face and jaws. The body is thin. The fingers were not held apart like the MosuGoji suit, but were grouped together, with the claws becoming less sharp and pronounced; all following Godzilla suits until the 84Goji suit would have this feature. The dorsal plates and the tail of the DaisensoGoji are detailed, and the eyes were movable. This suit is also called the NankaiGoji (南海ゴジ?) in Godzilla vs. The Sea Monster.
The suit's first use after Ebirah, Horror of the Deep was in the popular Tsuburaya ProductionsTokusatsu show Ultraman. The suit's head was removed, and attached to the body of the previous MosuGoji suit. The suit was then repainted in green with yellow stripes, and a frill was added around the completed suit's neck to create Jirass.
Many fans over the years have suggested that this suit bears a strong resemblance to the Cookie Monster, mostly due to the large eyes and mouth.
The DaisensoGoji's head would later be grafted onto the body of the MosuGoji to portray the monster Jirass in Ultraman. The MosuGoji's head could not be used because it had already been modified to portray the monster Gomess in Ultra Q.
The DaisensoGoji suit is actually the longest-lasting Godzilla suit in the history of the series, surviving for five films. This fact is even more impressive when considering that in four out of the five films, the suit was exposed to water, and in the fifth, numerous chemical substances and mixtures.