On our recent trip to Japan...went to TDS on July 3rd and was fortunate to take a few spins on TSM during the day and evening. Wasn't planning on filming videos (like I normally do) during our trip but snapped as many pics as I could and before the CMs started asking me NOT to take photos while in the interior.
Descriptions are based upon jet lagged memory so I apologize in advance (to the regulars) if my assumptions or descriptions are slightly off..
Entrance to area.
Trolley Park is very well detailed but the Guest accessible footprint is small in comparison to other areas. One way in and out of the area.
Round seating planter in the center of area. To the left... a cut out photo op with Hamm and Bullseye. (not pictured)
Slinky Dog souvenier cart (not opened at the time)
Animatronic Mr. Potatohead's home. (Closed during soft opening) Though a CM tried to fire him up but he started moving without audio. Curtains quickly closed.
Carnival Corral (Roped off during soft opening)
Three interactive items appear ready for guest enjoyment.
Blazin' Backaroo (Run in place game)
Woody's Wonder Wagon
Outside queue area.
Signs in exterior queue
Near loading area... there is a bookshelf with book and game boxes stacked. This PRESTO book caught my eye as I loved this short but I noticed the library card detail added. Didn't know Andy's last name was Davis? (Sorry for blurry pic) At this point the CM asked me to tuck my camera away.
Ride control panel.
How to Play!
I hadn't yet tucked my camera away
Physically challenged unload bay.
Detail of queue is impressive, ground looks like a game board as well.
Loading area looks like Andy's room with large door entrance, bed, walls, window etc. When you vehicle leaves loading area it appears you are going under Andy's bed.
Ride vehicles, lap bar, cannon, screens and doors appear the same as Anaheim and Florida variants.
I played through Barn eggs, Dinosaur darts, Army Men plates and Alien ring scenes.
The ride queue and the level of detail impressed me the most. The level of detail placed on the story is what impressed me with most all of the newer attractions at both parks in Tokyo. (More in my trip report later)