|Directed by||Yutaka Kohira|
|Produced by||Kineo Yoshimine|
|Written by||Hiroo Matsuda|
|Music by||Shunsuke Kikuchi|
|Edited by||Osamu Tanaka|
The film opens with Kazuma Higaki (Sonny Chiba) and his daughter Yumi Higaki (Etsuko Shihomi) being attacked by a rival karate master, Hironobu Nikaido (Bin Amatsu) who wants Kazuma's job as top karate master. Nikaido teams up with four other masters and they manage to disable one of Kazuma's arms and wound his eye with a kunai knife. Alive but crippled Kazuma and Yumi retreat to New York where he trains his daughter to avenge him and the death of a friend. After her father's death, Yumi returns to Tokyo to take her revenge. She enters a karate tournament funded by a corrupt business man, but Nikaido, seeking to assure his student's supremacy in the coming fight, sends his four top fighters to wipe out the rest of the competition. Eventually, Yumi, with the help of another karate student, Masahiko Okizaki (Yasuaki Kurata) kills Nikaido and his minions. Her arm is permanently disabled, keeping her from continuing her karate but allowing her to continue on with the rest of her life.
- Etsuko Shihomi as Yumi Higaki
- Sonny Chiba as Kazuma Higaki
- Yasuaki Kurata as Masahiko Okizaki
- Jiro Chiba as Jiro Chinen
- Bin Amatsu as Hironobu Nikaido
- Masashi Ishibashi as Shiroge Oni
- Tatsuya Kameyama as Baba
- Shunsuke Kariya as Yokoi
- Yoshi Katō as Kakuzen
On November 20, 2007, BCI Eclipse released the film in their Sonny Chiba Collection DVD set, which also includes Golgo 13: Assignment Kowloon, The Bullet Train, Karate Kiba, Karate Warriors, and Sister Street Fighter.
- "Welcome to Grindhouse: Dragon Princess/Karate Warriors". DVD Talk. Retrieved 2014-03-24.
- "Sonny Chiba Collection". Amazon.com. Retrieved 2017-08-19.
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