PHOTOS: Take a Closer Look Inside “The Happy Ride with Baymax” at Tokyo Disneyland
This week, The Happy Ride with Baymax soft opened to Guests at Tokyo Disneyland. While we haven’t been able to experience it yet, we were able to get a good look at the attraction thanks to some new images released by the Oriental Land Company! You can also watch our exterior view video from earlier this week featuring all six original songs from the attraction!
The attraction doesn’t occupy a very large footprint within Tomorrowland. The Happy Ride with Baymax only has two turntables for riders, the smallest for this ride system.
Day and night, our favorite personal healthcare companion greets Guests at the entrance to the attraction!
Cast Members wear red and purple costumes similar to the superhero costumes of Baymax and Hiro.
The outdoor queue snakes around and has plexiglass barriers installed. They appear to be temporary in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19, but time will tell.
The queue also features a number of adorable signs with stretches Guests can do in line.
Right inside the building, there’s a plaque featuring handprints from Hiro and Baymax, as well as Mochi’s pawprints.
There’s signs with cute art and themed signs that rotate between English and Japanese.
In the middle of the queue there’s also a small station to help patch Baymax up in case he has a few holes.
There’s also a deactivated and charging Baymax on a stand.
And there’s even a Healthcare Chip on display!
The Happy Ride with Baymax features six original songs which synchronize with lights in the ceilings, turntable centers, and walls to create a unique experience for Guests.
Get ready for a spin (literally) with Baymax! Be sure to check out our YouTube video for a comprehensive view of all six original songs, and stay tuned to WDWNT for a POV video and queue tour!
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