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A short time after Daimajin's victory in the first film, the Daimajin spirit has taken residence as his statue form on an island in the middle of a lake. On the shores of the lake lie two villages, Chigusa and Nagoshi. These two villages are bordered by a third, home to an evil lord. The citizens flee to Chigusa as often as they can, and make their way there, where the lords are only too happy to take in the refugees. One day the evil lord decides to take over the two villages, and he sees a window of opportunity in a festival that is held every year. Knowing of the risk Daimajin would present, the lord sends his soldiers to detonate the statue using explosives. A group of people are singled out by the lord's forces and eventually reach the submerged remains of Daimajin statue, and ask for his help in the situation. Now awakened, The spirit takes back his physical form, and travels to the lord's village and attacks. Laying waste to the area, he kills the lord and his allies, before returning to his spirit form and departing from the lake's shores.
Staff role on the left, staff member's name on the right.
- Directed by Kazuo Mori
- Written by Tetsuro Yoshida
- Music by Akira Ifukube
- Assistant Directing by Hitoshi Obuchi
Actor's name on the left, character played on the right.
- Hideki Ninomiya as Tsuruchiki
- Shinji Hori as Daisaku
- Masahide Iizuka as Kinta
- Muneyuki Nagatomo as Sugitatsu
- Junichiro Yamashita as Syohachi
- Tôru Abe as Hidanokami Arakawa
- Takashi Nakamura as Sanpei
- Hiroshi Nawa as Daizen Matsunaga
- Tanie Kitabayashi as Old Woman Kane
- Riki Hashimoto as Daimajin
- Yûzô Hayakawa as Yoshibei
- Yukio Horikita as Yada
- Manabu Morita as Toma Kuroki
- Main article: Return of Daimajin/Gallery.
- Main article: Return of Daimajin (Soundtrack).
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- Daimajin Strikes Again
- Return of Majin
- The Return of the Giant Majin
- Majin Monster of Terror
A.D. Vision (2002)
- Released: October 22, 2002
- Region: Region 1
- Language: Japanese (Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono)
- Format: Box set, Color, Letterboxed, Live, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC
- Other Details: 2.35:1 aspect ratio, 270 minutes runtime, 2 disc
Mill Creek Entertainment (2012)
- Released: September 18, 2012
- Region: Region A/1
- Language: English, Japanese
- Format: Multiple Formats, Blu-ray, Collector's Edition, NTSC, Widescreen
- Other Details: 1.77:1 aspect ratio, 240 minutes runtime, 2 disc
- This is the only instance in the original trilogy where Daimajin is first found in an area which isn't mountainous in terrain.
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