Tokyo Blur 4
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Tokyo Blur 4 is a race course in Mario Kart Tour. It is named after and inspired by Tokyo and is the featured course of the Mario Tour, where it made its debut. Similar to N64 Kalimari Desert 2, this course is divided into two sections rather than two laps. It is the second new course to appear in two consecutive tours after Merry Mountain, and the first city course to do so. This course is a favorite of Blue Yoshi, Daisy (Yukata), Cat Toad, Mario (Racing), White Yoshi, and Nabbit.
In the standard layout, the track starts out following the same path as Tokyo Blur. 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 left before the Wako store. Not long after, the course makes a right U-turn near the National Diet Building and the Miraikan, then goes through a tunnel. The course then makes a sharp left to follow a small portion of Tokyo Blur 2 in reverse, going under the Kaminarimon next to the Sensō-ji, where the second segment of the course begins. The track then immediately makes a U-turn toward the Shuto Expressway; the remainder of the course follows the path of Tokyo Blur 3, entering the expressway through a set of toll gates before rounding the spiral loop around the Tokyo Big Sight. A Glide Ramp sends the player back onto the Rainbow Bridge, where a set of Thwomps on either side threatens the players just before the finish line.
In the Mario Tour, Tokyo Blur 4 served as the tour's signature course. It appeared as the first course in the Mario Cup, the second course in the Dry Bowser Cup, and the location of the bonus challenge in the Baby Rosalina Cup. Its R/T variant appeared as the first course in the Birdo Cup and the third course in the Wario Cup, its R variant appeared as the first course in the Dry Bones Cup and the third course in the Metal Mario Cup, and its T variant appeared as the second course in the Wendy Cup, the first course in the Morton Cup, and the location of the bonus challenge in the Baby Peach Cup.
Yoshi Tour (2021)
In the 2021 Yoshi Tour, Tokyo Blur 4 appeared as the first course in the Bowser Jr. Cup. Its R variant appeared as the second course in the Daisy Cup and the location of the bonus challenge in the Waluigi Cup, and its T variant appeared as the third course in the Baby Rosalina Cup.
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