Motion Base Show
Minimum height to ride: 40 inches
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In April 2013, Tokyo Disneyland updated its version of Star Tours to the new "Adventures Continue" multiple-versions edition that debuted in 2011 in Disney's U.S. theme parks. You've got 55 potential combinations of adventures and characters on this Star Wars-themed motion simulator attraction.
Identical to its U.S. counterparts, with the notable exception of all dialogue being in Japanese, which is admittedly quite fun. I admittedly only rode this because I'd accidentally gone to these FastPass machines instead of Space Mountain's. It was fun, and the only reason I'd intended to skip it was because I'd been on the attraction many times at Disney's Hollywood Studios and a few at Disneyland. I experienced this attraction with the new "Force Awakens" tie-in scenes, which were visually interesting, but make no sense if the attraction is meant to take place between the two Star Wars film trilogies. To be fair, though, the timeline of The Adventures Continue has always had some inconsistencies.
No different from the US versions.
Not a lot different here than you find in the USA. I did prefer the boarding area. The six simulators are on either side of a large open area with individual boarding zones. The arrangement looks to make it very easy to maximize loading. The new random 3-D version is in place and all audio is once again in Japanese.