is a 1981 Japanese martial arts film co-written and directed by Norifumi Suzuki and starring Hiroyuki Sanada, Etsuko Shihomi, and Sonny Chiba, who also choreographed the film's action sequences. The film also had former professional wrestler Abdullah the Butcher in a major role as an enemy-turned-ally of Sanada's hero character.


In Hong Kong, a crime syndicate has cornered and ultimately shot down Toru Hinoharu, the heir to a major business corporation. Meanwhile, in Texas, we learn that there is another man who looks exactly like the late Toru, a cowboy named Joji Hibiki. When Joji learns his father is on his deathbed, his father reveals the truth about him. Given a letter, Joji learns that Mr. Hibiki had kidnapped Joji as a young boy due to his aspirations on trying to be wealthy in Japan. However, over the eighteen years, Hibiki actually thought of Joji as a son. Hibiki writes that Joji has a twin brother and sister and had read in a Japanese newspaper that his twin brother (Toru) was killed in Hong Kong. Joji heads to Japan to learn the truth about who he is.