Yamato (film) - Home Media

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Toei Video released two Region 2 versions of the Yamato DVD on 4 August 2006. The regular edition contains postcards. The Limited Edition DVD has the film and two bonus discs that contain a tour of the Yamato set, cast interviews, and technical information on the battleship, among others, plus a 100-page booklet. Hong Kong company Universe later released the film and one of the Limited Edition's bonus discs in Region 3 format.

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