It takes place in a Japanese dojo, in a place in the mountains. It is possible to see the landscape outside where a thick fog covers the forest. The light of the moon dazzles the dojo. It is the night-time counterpart to his second stage, Jin-B.
A large traditional Japanese painting named nihonga covers part of the dojo where you can find a tiger and a leopard in front of a dragon. The design on the wall panels features that of tigers, paying a homage directly to his original stage.
PlayStation 2 Version
- The picture of tigers in the background is actually from a painting by Kanō Sanraku called "Tigers and Dragons".
- The painting represents the tension between a descending dragon accompanied by wind and clouds facing the tiger who roars to challenge him.