Coarse-grained dynamically reconfigurable processor arrays (DRPAs) have been received an attention as a flexible and efficient off-loading engine for various types of System-on-Chips (SoCs). Interconnection in these architectures is one of the important factors to be evaluated. MuCCRA-1, the first prototype of MuCCRA(Multi-Core Configurable Reconfigurable Architecture) project, uses a typical island-style interconnection in its PE array. Although the island-style interconnection is flexible, the large delay time caused by passing multiple switches and long wires often degrades its clock frequency. In this paper, MuCCRA-D, a dynamically reconfigurable processor which uses direct interconnection between neighboring PEs, is designed and evaluated. The evaluation results show that the required semiconductor area for MuCCRA-D is 12% smaller than that of MuCCRA-1 by reducing wiring resource in the interconnection. Since higher clock frequency can be used, DCT, α-Blending, Bubble-Sort and SHA-1 implemented on the MuCCRA-D are 3.84 times faster than MuCCRA-1 at maximum.