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Splash Mountain at Tokyo Disneyland

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Critter Country

Water flume ride

Opening Date:
Oct 1, 1992

Minimum height:
40 inches

A mirror image of the popular water ride at Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom. Aboard hollowed-out logs, riders pass animatronic scenes depicting the Walt Disney film Song of the South, traveling along with Brer Rabbit as he outwits Brer Fox and Brer Bear. The finale is a five story watery drop into a briar patch.

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Reviews of Splash Mountain:

Best Splash Mountain
Submitted by sirusstest
on Saturday, November 04, 2017 05:24

This is the best Splash Mountain although I still have the Florida version as my personal favorite. However, Tokyo's mountain has better animatronics, amazing maintenance, a much more intricate and large mountain (especially with the queue in the heart of the mountain). I think the music here isn't nearly as good as Florida's more "country" version. It's not Tokyo's fault, but I just prefer the familiarity I have with the Florida version as well as the immense charm it has that this version seems to lack.

Laughing Place Pinnacle?
Submitted by sirusstest
on Tuesday, September 03, 2013 22:14

Splash Mountain has become a wildly-popular staple of the US Disney parks and there's no reason why Tokyo should have messed with a tried-and-true formula. Except they did, to glorious effect. Unlike the other incarnations that stand alone, Tokyo's Splash is built into an extensive rock formation and has a highly-themed eatery attached. What a difference that make. This change really makes the area worthy of being deemed a "land" and more importantly, thematically makes it feel complete. Even the vegetation on the mountain itself is themed and much lusher than the US counterpart. The queue actually winds directly into the caverns of the mountain, where guests board their logs at the very core. The ride itself is surprisingly lengthy and, thankfully, chock full of dozens of animatronics that all work properly! Splash Mountain is a perfect example of Tokyo Disney's tendency to "plus" and based on the finished product, it's something that should be encouraged for every ride Disney produces.


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