Retrieved March 10, 2015. ^ «The Karate Kid Part II». Box Office Mojo. Sato initially balks, but agrees after Miyagi describes the condition as a «small price» to pay for honor. On the day of the fight, a typhoon appears. Fifty Okinawa-born Hawaii residents were also recruited as film extras.
Forced to comply, Miyagi gives in on the condition that Sato signs the village’s land title over to the villagers regardless of the fight’s outcome. Daniel and Kumiko approach Sato about hosting the upcoming O-bon festival in a nearby ceremonial castle, and he accepts. Retrieved March 10, 2015. ^ «‘The Karate Kid Part II’ Production Notes». Sony Movie Channel. Retrieved 26 July 2014. ^ «The Karate Kid Part II (1986)». Rotten Tomatoes.
Rather than fight, however, Miyagi left the country. In Okinawa, Miyagi and Daniel are greeted by Chozen Toguchi, who drives Miyagi and Daniel to one of Sato’s warehouses, where he reveals he is Sato’s nephew. After Miyagi’s father dies, Sato gives him three days to mourn out of respect before their fight. The Karate Kid Part II is a 1986 American martial arts drama film and the first sequel to The Karate Kid (1984). Ralph Macchio and Pat Morita reprise their respective roles as young karate student Daniel LaRusso and his mentor Kesuke Miyagi. Their feud comes to a head when Chozen and his friends attack Daniel and vandalize Miyagi’s family property.