A 63-year-old man underwent total gastrectomy and partial resection of the transverse colon for Borrman IV gastric cancer on August 27, 1985. On August 8, 1986, 11 months after the operation, he visited our department with chief complaint of swelling of both groins. The spermatic cord was swollen to about 3 cm in diameter from both groins to inside of the scrotum and was hard as a club. The diagnosis of bilateral spermatic cord metastasis of gastric cancer was established and a biopsy was carried out. Histopathologically the diagnosis of spermatic cord metastasis of gastric cancer was confirmed.