Tokyo Blur 2
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Tokyo Blur 2 is a race course in Mario Kart Tour. It is named after and inspired by Tokyo, Japan, and is the featured course of the New Year's Tour, where it made its debut. This is a reference to the course’s debut tour being themed to the Japanese New Year. The course also appears as Tokyo Blur 2R (reverse), Tokyo Blur 2T (with ramps), and Tokyo Blur 2R/T (reverse and with ramps). The course is a favorite of Pink Shy Guy, Mario (Happi), Baby Rosalina (Detective), and Nabbit.
In the standard layout, all of the racers start the course on the central span of the Rainbow Bridge. Just after the starting line, the road curves to the right through Ginza, then makes a slight right before the Wako store. After passing by two Thwomps, the course shifts left at a roundabout and continues straight (with a subway entrance and Akihabara shops visible on the left), then goes under an archway left of the Sensō-ji, where a kadomatsu can be found. As the player slights right then turns left at a signalized intersection, the road makes a wide right turn back onto Rainbow Bridge. Fuji TV's headquarters can be seen on the left.
New Year's Tour
In the New Year's Tour, Tokyo Blur 2 served as the tour's signature course. It appeared as the first course in the Mario Cup, the second course in the Roy Cup, the location of the bonus challenges in the Baby Rosalina Cup, the Peach Cup, the Daisy Cup, and the Pauline Cup, and the location of the tour's Coin Rush. Its T variant appeared as the second course in the Lakitu Cup and the third course in the Morton Cup, its R variant appeared as the first course in the Diddy Kong Cup and the third course in the Wario Cup, and its R/T variant appeared as the second course in the Iggy Cup and the third course in the Pauline Cup.
Summer Festival Tour
In the Summer Festival Tour, Tokyo Blur 2 appeared as the first course in the Monty Mole Cup. Its T variant appeared as the third course in the Morton Cup, and its R variant appeared as the third course in the Dry Bones Cup.
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