1995 . Action . 1h 56m
As Himself. Collision in Korea was the largest professional wrestling pay-per-view event ever that was jointly produced by World Championship Wrestling and New Japan Pro Wrestling. It took place over a period of two days on April 28 and 29, 1995, but did not air in North America until August 4, 1995, when WCW broadcast a selection of matches from the show on pay-per-view. The event was the first PPV from a North American wrestling promotion to be held in North Korea. The main event was Ric Flair versus Antonio Inoki. Other aired matches include The Steiner Brothers vs Hiroshi Hase & Kensuke Sasaki, Tadao Yasuda vs Road Warrior Hawk, Shinya Hashimoto defending the IWGP Heavyweight Belt vs Scott Norton, and several other matches.
2005 . Comedy . 1h 25m
As Hustle King Shinya Hashimoto. When a good student named Kamiyama gets placed in a high school filled with disobedient kids, he steps up to the plate and takes a position of leadership. Urging the young slackers and rebels to clean up their act, Kamiyama is in store for a lot of resistance.
1992 . Action . 2h 50m
As Himself. The 1992 WCW Great American Bash took place on July 12, 1992 at the Albany Civic Center in Albany, Georgia. The main event was a tournament for the vacant NWA World Tag Team Championship between the teams of Steve Austin with Rick Rude, Dustin Rhodes with Barry Windham, Jushin Liger with Brian Pillman, The Fabulous Freebirds, Hiroshi Hase with Shinya Hashimoto, Nikita Koloff with Ricky Steamboat, and Terry Gordy with Steve Williams. A second main event was Sting defending the WCW World Heavyweight Championship against Big Van Vader.
1996 . 3h 11m
Executive producer. NJPW and WCW's biggest stars clash in the Tokyo Dome.
1993 . 2h 11m
Executive producer. NJPW's Hyper Battle Tour continues.
2002 . Action, Thriller . 1h 33m
As Muscle Dome Wrestler A. In the year 2009, a young policeman must collapse a Yakuza family whose members make a large profit with a new drug.
2004 . Drama . 2h 19m
As Higashinami. Story of Rikidozan, a sumo wrestler who can only achieve limited success in Japan because he's half Korean. But when Rikidozan goes to the United States and discovers professional wrestling, he becomes a hero back home.
2004 . Horror, Action, Comedy . 1h 40m
As Kouta Shishioh. A pro wrestler is forced to participate on a wrestling reality show to win a new home and restore his wife, who is infected with a mermaid virus.
2000 . 3h 0m
Executive producer. NOAH closes out their debut year with Great Voyage from the Ariake Coliseum in Tokyo, Japan.
1992 . 2h 0m
Executive producer. NJPW presents the 12th night of the Tag Team Wrestling Scramble, Battle Zone Space II.
1990 . 2h 28m
Executive producer. A combined WWF, AJPW and NJPW supershow: April 13th, 1990 from the Tokyo Dome.
Executive producer. Wrestling Dontaku 1993 was the first Wrestling Dontaku professional wrestling event produced by New Japan Pro-Wrestling. The event took place on May 3, 1993, in Fukuoka, Fukuoka at the Fukuoka Dome.
Executive producer. The third Wrestling Dontaku was held on May 3, 1995, in Fukuoka, Fukuoka, at the Fukuoka Dome. The event featured eleven matches, two of which were contested for championships. For the third year in a row, wrestlers from World Championship Wrestling (WCW) took part in the event.
2003 . 3h 11m
Executive producer. Event promoted by Keiji Mutoh with help from All Japan, K-1, and Pride. Wrestle-1 was a strange idea by Mutoh (the All Japan booker) and was promoted by All Japan, so even though it wasn't "officially" an All Japan event it might as well have been. There’s a few “feature” matches. Some good-looking junior stuff on the undercard, Muto & Goldberg teaming up against Kronik, and Bob Sapp facing a “mystery opponent.”