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The facade of this fast-paced roller coaster Raging Spirits in Tokyo DisneySea is really impressive, with a stepped waterfall that has jets of flame bursting from it. The overall look is a stone ruin in the South American jungle of Lost River Delta. However, the ride itself lacks the special effects one might expect. Instead, the main focus is a 360 degree loop which spins passengers upside-down before finishing the one and a half minute ride. Each car seats 12 passengers.
Raging Spirits / Tokyo DisneySea
Boarding restrictions abound: no one with high blood pressure; heat, back or neck problems; motion sickness; pregnant; or under 117 cm (about 46 inches). No one over 195 cm (about 6 feet 4 inches) is allowed to ride, either, and it is not recommended for the elderly. If for any reason the restraint mechanism does not fit securely, the staff may deny permission. Not only are photos and videos prohibited, but there are storage lockers for all larger belongings that might fall.

Many visitors claim that the shoulder restraint system is very uncomfortable, and does not permit much head movement to look around. Lines can be extremely long, so you might want to use the FastPass option. You might consider watching and enjoying the exterior rather than taking the time to ride, especially if some family members do not meet the boarding restrictions. You can get a good view of the 360 degree loop from the left side of the attraction.


						
						photos by: 
						 
							
								hslo & 
							
								kawanet

New Post has been published on http://www.japanesesearch.com/raging-spirits-in-lost-river-delta-at-tokyo-disneysea/

Raging Spirits in Lost River Delta at Tokyo DisneySea

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Raging Spirits ride at DisneySea

The facade of this fast-paced roller coaster Raging Spirits in Tokyo DisneySea is really impressive, with a stepped waterfall that has jets of flame bursting from it. The overall look is a stone ruin in the South American jungle of Lost River Delta. However, the ride itself lacks the special effects one might expect. Instead, the main focus is a 360 degree loop which spins passengers upside-down before finishing the one and a half minute ride. Each car seats 12 passengers.

raging spirits  tokyo disneysea

Raging Spirits / Tokyo DisneySea

Boarding restrictions abound: no one with high blood pressure; heat, back or neck problems; motion sickness; pregnant; or under 117 cm (about 46 inches). No one over 195 cm (about 6 feet 4 inches) is allowed to ride, either, and it is not recommended for the elderly. If for any reason the restraint mechanism does not fit securely, the staff may deny permission. Not only are photos and videos prohibited, but there are storage lockers for all larger belongings that might fall.

Many visitors claim that the shoulder restraint system is very uncomfortable, and does not permit much head movement to look around. Lines can be extremely long, so you might want to use the FastPass option. You might consider watching and enjoying the exterior rather than taking the time to ride, especially if some family members do not meet the boarding restrictions. You can get a good view of the 360 degree loop from the left side of the attraction.

photos by: hslo & kawanet