Tokyo Blur 3
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Tokyo Blur 3 is a race course in Mario Kart Tour. It is inspired by Tokyo, and due to the city's reputation of hosting big summer festivals nearly every year, it is the signature course of the Summer Festival Tour, where it made its debut.
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 some Thwomps, the course shifts left at a roundabout and continues straight to the Shuto Expressway, which is built along the Nihonbashi River. The toll plaza bar only opens when a driver passes through; the course then curves to the right. After passing by two Thwomps and after a wide turn up the spiral loop around the Tokyo Big Sight, a Glide Ramp enables the driver to fly out of Shuto Expressway and back onto Rainbow Bridge. Fuji TV's headquarters can be seen on the left.
When configured for Coin Rush, cars and buses will block off a lane in the highway and toll booth, making the collection of coins easier.
Summer Festival Tour
In the Summer Festival Tour, Tokyo Blur 3 serves as the tour's signature course. It appears as the first course in the Daisy Cup, the second course in the Peachette Cup, and the location of the challenges in the Morton Cup and the Peachette Cup. It also has a Trick variant which appears as the third course in the Lakitu Cup and the second course in the Birdo Cup, and a Reverse variant which appears as the second course in the Yoshi Cup and the first course in the Bowser Cup.
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