Other mistake: When Chozen is buying vegetables from the villagers, one of the weights from the scale is knocked onto the ground. Daniel picks it up and realises that its not a real weight and breaks it in half. If Chozen wanted to cheat the villagers when he weighed their vegetables, he would need weights that were heavier than normal, not lighter plastic ones. Lighter weights would mean that Chozen would need to add far more of the light weights to make any amount of vegetables balance out, therefore he would be paying more for the vegetables than they are worth.
Continuity mistake: When Sato goes to see Miyagi, but he isn't there, Chozen destroys the dojo then tells his two friends to let Daniel go, and they throw him forward. His hands are not in the fighting stance, yet in the following shot he is now in his fighting stance with his hands at the ready. (01:15:25)The-Immortal
Factual error: After Miyagi and the kid have the conversation with the military man they drive off and round a corner. A scene is shown of the sea and very visible is a shot of "Chinaman's Hat" Island. A feature that if you have ever been to Oahu, Hawaii near Kualoa Point you would know is on the island of Oahu and not in Okinawa where the movie is supposed to take place. See Chinaman's hat at this site: http://www.hawaiiweb.com/oahu/sites_to_see/chinamans_hat.htm.iceverything776
Trivia: The scene that takes place in the parking lot in the beginning of this film was actually the original ending for the first movie.
Trivia: The original draft for this movie had the Kobra Kai students quit the team by walking past the beaten Kreese and dropping their belts and uniforms in front of him.
Daniel: Thought anymore about dance school?
Kumiko: I told you, no schools for that here.
Daniel: There are in the States.
Kumiko: My home is here.
Daniel: Home is where you hang your hat.
Kumiko: Do you think that I would like America?
Daniel: I think you'd love it.
Kumiko: Do you think that it would love me?
Daniel: Well, I know one part of it that already does.
Question: Throughout the film, are there a series of deliberate 'Back to the Future' references? I noticed two straight away - Daniel says 'If you put your mind to it anything is possible, you can do anything' which is repeated several times during BTTF. Also, when Daniel and Kumiko are at the dance, the song 'Earth Angel' can be heard. The song at the climax of the dance in BTTF. Are these deliberate, as BTTF was a year before this movie?Professor Lazarus