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Star Tours: The Adventures Continue at Tokyo Disneyland

Key information

User rating:
Your rating: None Average: 3.1 (174 votes)

Park:

Land:
Tomorrowland

Type:
Dark ride

Opening Date:
May 7, 2013
(Confirmed)

Tokyo Disneyland's version of Star Tours: The Adventures Continue will be identical to those at Disneyland and Disney's Hollywood Studios, featuring the same 3-D projection techniques and updated simulator ride system. It will replace the existing Star Tours attraction at the park.

Like the original ride, Star Tours: The Adventures Continue is based on the Star Wars movie series. The attraction features 54 different possible experiences, meaning that guests will take a different "journey" almost every time they ride it. Different combinations of storylines are generated at random, helping to keep riders guessing what will happen next.

More information about Star Tours: The Adventures Continue:

Monday, August 05, 2013 09:00

Tokyo Disneyland is perhaps Disney's most unusual "castle" park.

Upcoming refurbishments, rehabs and closures

We are not aware of any scheduled refurbishment periods for Star Tours: The Adventures Continue. Do you know of any upcoming "rehabs" that we're missing? If so - please contact us so that we can keep the list up-to-date.

Photos of Star Tours: The Adventures Continue

Reviews of Star Tours: The Adventures Continue:

The Adventure Continues
Submitted by sirusstest
on Tuesday, September 03, 2013 22:22

If you've never been on Star Tours, you're in for a treat. If you've never been on Star Tours 2, you're in for a treat. But if you've never been on Stars Tours 2 in Tokyo Disneyland...you'll find the ride itself the same but the experience quite different. The queue starts off a bit different than the US versions and also features one of my favorite in-park gags: the Hitchhiking Droids. Riding Star Tours in Tokyo, however, is a whole new experience with the Japanese population. I rode the ride with dozens of Japanese people who were decked out in full Disney garb and likely own annual passes to the resort. Yet the response was like being in the pod with a bunch of first-timers. It's an invigorating experience to be surrounded by people who are truly enjoying themselves. You can't help but smile along with 'em!

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