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''Not to be confused with [[Tokyo Mater (book)|the book]].''{{Template:Infobox Episode
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: ''Not to be confused with [[Tokyo Mater (book)|the book]] or [[Tokyo Mater (event)|the Cars: Race-O-Rama event]].''
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|image = File:Tokyo mater.png
 
|image = File:Tokyo mater.png
|aired = [[2008|December 12th, 2008]] in theaters with ''[http://disney.wikia.com/wiki/Bolt Bolt]''<br>[[2010|March 12, 2010]] on TV<br>[[2010|November 2, 2010]] on [[Cars Toons Home Video|DVD/Blu-ray]]
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|aired = December 12th, 2008 in theaters with ''[[w:c:disney:Bolt|Bolt]]''<br>March 12, 2010 on TV<br>November 2, 2010 on DVD/Blu-ray
 
|written by = [[John Lasseter]]<br />
 
|written by = [[John Lasseter]]<br />
 
[[Rob Gibbs]]<br />
 
[[Rob Gibbs]]<br />
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[[Rob Gibbs]]<br />
 
[[Rob Gibbs]]<br />
 
[[Victor Navone]]<br />
 
[[Victor Navone]]<br />
|previous = [[El Materdor]]
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|previous = ''[[El Materdor]]''
|next = [[Unidentified Flying Mater]]}}'''Tokyo Mater''' is the fourth episode of the [[Cars Toons#Mater's Tall Tales|Mater's Tall Tales]] series. The short was shown in theaters in the US before the Disney animated film ''Bolt'' in December 2008. The short is the first Disney Pixar production presented in Disney Digital 3-D. It is also the first [[Pixar]] short to be shown before a non Pixar produced Disney animated feature film.
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|next = ''[[Unidentified Flying Mater]]''}}
==Plot==
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'''''Tokyo Mater''''' is the fourth episode of the ''[[Cars Toons]]'' series. The short was shown in theaters in the US before the Disney animated film ''[[w:c:disney:Bolt|Bolt]]'' in December 2008. The short is the first Disney-Pixar production presented in Disney Digital 3-D. It is also the first [[Pixar]] short to be shown before a non-Pixar produced Disney animated feature film.
At [[Flo's V8 Cafe]], [[Sheriff]] pulls up when three of the [[Delinquent Road Hazards|Tuner Cars]], [[Boost]], [[DJ]] and [[Wingo]] drift past. As Sheriff races after them, [[Mater]] says that he used to be an import. He then tells [[Lightning McQueen]] what happened.
 
   
One day, Mater was driving along the road when he spotted a car sitting by the side of the road. His name was [[Ito San]]. He asks Mater to tow him somewhere far away and Mater ends up taking him all the way to [[Tokyo]]. As Mater drops him off, he notices two modified cars resembling DJ and Wingo. As he follows a group of ladies, he accidentally bumps into a gang leader resembling Boost, named [[Kabuto]], who challenges him to a race at midnight. After extreme modifications, Mater comes to the starting line. Ito San tells them that they must race to the top of Tokyo Tower and the winner will become king of all drifters. Then, he tells them that the loser will be stripped of all modifications and become stock. The race then starts. After Kabuto mocks him saying that he can't drift, Mater ends up sliding through the lobby of a building and being chased by a [[Patokaa|cop]]. After he loses Kabuto, he eventually catches up with him, but is slowed down by his [[Kabuto's Ninjas|posse of ninjas]].
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==Story==
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At [[Flo's V8 Café]], [[Sheriff]] pulls up when three of the [[Delinquent Road Hazards]], [[Boost]], [[DJ]] and [[Wingo]] drift past. As Sheriff races after them, [[Mater]] says that he used to be an import, and then tells [[Lightning McQueen]] what happened.
   
Lightning asks Mater what happened next and Mater tells him that "you was there, too".
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One day, Mater was driving along the road when he spotted a car sitting by the side of the road. His name was [[Ito-San]]. He asks Mater to tow him somewhere far away and Mater ends up taking him all the way to [[Tokyo]]. As Mater drops him off, he notices two modified cars resembling DJ and Wingo. As he follows a group of ladies, he accidentally bumps into a gang leader resembling Boost, named [[Kabuto]], who challenges him to a race at midnight. After extreme modifications, Mater comes to the starting line. Ito-San tells them that they must race to the top of [[Tokyo Tower]] and the winner will become king of all drifters. Then, he tells them that the loser will be stripped of all modifications and become stock. The race then starts. After Kabuto mocks him saying that he can't drift, Mater ends up sliding through the lobby of a building and being chased by a [[Patokaa|cop]]. After he loses Kabuto, he eventually catches up with him, but is slowed down by his [[Kabuto's Ninjas|posse of ninjas]].
   
Back in Tokyo, Lightning is a dragon power expert who defeats the ninjas. After he defeats them, Mater notices that Kabuto is almost to the tower. Lightning takes Mater through a shortcut through a building site where Mater learns how to drift. After Mater notices that the road is out, Lightning shoots him into a pipe that blasts him ahead of Kabuto. As they race into Tokyo Tower, Kabuto knocks Mater off the tower, but Mater uses his tow hook to spring him to the top and wins the race. As Kabuto is laughed at by his ninjas after he is stripped of modifications and Mater celebrates his victory, Mater says, "That's how I became Tow-ke-yo Mater, king of all of the drifters."
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Lightning asks Mater what happened next and Mater tells him that "he was there, too".
   
Back in [[Radiator Springs]], Lightning doesn't believe Mater, but then Mater appears with wooden boxes resembling his drifter form. Then, Guido slams a box down on his hood. Mater then drives away with Lightning looking on, confused.
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Back in Tokyo, Lightning is a dragon power expert (nicknamed Lightning Dragon McQueen) who defeats the ninjas. After he defeats them, Mater notices that Kabuto is almost to the tower. Lightning takes Mater through a shortcut through a building site where Mater learns how to drift. After Mater notices that the road is out, Lightning shoots him into a pipe that blasts him ahead of Kabuto. As they race into Tokyo Tower, Kabuto knocks Mater off the tower, but Mater uses his tow hook to spring him to the top and wins the race. As Kabuto is laughed at by his own ninjas after he is stripped of modifications and Mater celebrates his victory, Mater says, "That's how I became Tow-ke-yo Mater, King of All the Drifters."
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Back in [[Radiator Springs]], Lightning doesn't believe Mater, but then Mater appears with wooden boxes resembling his drifter form. Then, [[Guido]] slams a box down on his hood. Mater then drives away with Lightning looking on, confused.
 
==Characters==
 
==Characters==
*[[Lightning McQueen]]
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{| width="50%"
*[[Mater]]
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| valign="top" width="25%" |
*[[Guido]]
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*[[Lightning McQueen]] (regular and Lightning Dragon McQueen)
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*[[Tow Mater]] (regular and Tokyo)
 
*[[Sheriff]]
 
*[[Sheriff]]
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*[[Luigi]] (does not speak)
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*[[Guido]]
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*[[Fillmore]] (does not speak)
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*[[Sarge]] (does not speak)
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*[[Ramone]] (does not speak)
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*[[Flo]] (does not speak)
 
*[[Mia and Tia]]
 
*[[Mia and Tia]]
 
*[[Boost]]
 
*[[Boost]]
*[[DJ]]
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*[[DJ]] (does not speak)
 
*[[Wingo]]
 
*[[Wingo]]
 
*[[Kabuto]]
 
*[[Kabuto]]
*[[Ito San|Ito-San]]
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*[[Yokoza]] (does not speak)
*[[Teki & Paki|Teki and Paki]]
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*[[Suki]]
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*[[Ichigo]]
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*[[Harumi]]
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*[[Chisaki]]
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| valign="top" width="25%" |
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*[[Ito-San]]
 
*[[Kabuto's Ninjas]]
 
*[[Kabuto's Ninjas]]
 
*[[Van-San]]
 
*[[Van-San]]
 
*[[Patokaa]]
 
*[[Patokaa]]
*[[Yokoza]]
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*[[Komodo]]
 
*[[Cho]]
 
*[[Cho]]
 
*[[Kaa Reesu]]
 
*[[Kaa Reesu]]
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*[[Tabinu]]
 
*[[Tabinu]]
 
*[[Yojimbo]]
 
*[[Yojimbo]]
*[[Mike]]
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*[[Mike]] (cameo)
*[[Sulley]]
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*[[Sulley]] (cameo)
*[[Chuki]]
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*[[Chuki]] (cameo)
*[[Suki]]
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*[[Sanban]]
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*[[Teki and Paki]]
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|}
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==Cast==
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*[[Larry the Cable Guy]] as Mater
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*[[Keith Ferguson]] as Lightning McQueen
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*[[Michael Wallis]] as Sheriff
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*[[Mach Tony Kobayashi]] as Kabuto
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*[[Robert Ito]] as Ito-San
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*[[Guido Quaroni]] as Guido
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*[[Elissa Knight]] as Mia and Tia
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===Additional voices===
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*Pete Sohn
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*[[Bob Peterson]]
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*[[Sonoko Konishi]]
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*[[Bob Scott]]
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*[[Henry Lee]]
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*[[Mickie McGowan]]
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*[[Jess Harnell]]
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*[[Jan Rabson]]
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*[[Danny Mann]]
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*[[Julia Kato]]
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*[[Karen Huie]]
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*[[Lori Alan]]
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==Goofs==
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*When [[Mia and Tia]] shout "Drift-a race!" and "Modify!" their tires are white. But when they gasp at [[Kabuto]]'s phrase and in the rest of the short, their tires are green instead of white.
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*Mike and Sulley were meant to look at Mater drifting, but they looked at where Mater was going to drift before he got to that location.
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*Boost turns orange after [[Sheriff]] catches them.
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==Gallery==
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: ''For this subject's image gallery, see [[Tokyo Mater/Gallery]].''
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==References to other media==
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*''[[Cars]]'': Before Kabuto challenges Mater, a large screen has a news report on, showing [[Chuki]] reporting something about Kabuto, in the same shot as she did in the film when Lightning went missing, only Kabuto is in Lightning's place, despite that Kabuto was in the city and challenging Mater to the drift race. Additional, several brands that sponsored [[Piston Cup Racing Series|Piston Cup]] teams in ''Cars'' appear in ''Tokyo Mater'' on advertisements. These include [[RPM]], [[N2O Cola|N20 Cola]], [[Easy Idle]], [[Vitoline]], [[Nitroade]], [[Mood Springs]], [[Gasprin]], [[No Stall]] and [[Gask-Its|Gaskits]]. A [[Dinoco]] building can also be seen.
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==References in later media==
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*''[[Cars: Race-O-Rama]]'': A minigame based around this short is included, in which Mater and Kabuto have a race to the top of Tokyo Tower. Lightning McQueen appears in his "Dragon" attire as the playable car for the second player in multiplayer mode, in Kabuto's place.
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*''[[Cars Toons: Mater's Tall Tales: The Video Game]]'': There are many elements, including minigames, based around this short.
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*''[[Cars 2]]'': Tokyo is seen again, along with many of the characters and locations that were first seen in the short. Kabuto is seen driving next to Lightning and Mater during the scenery montage, and he is later seen on a bridge at the [[World Grand Prix]] welcome party, along with Yokoza, Suki, Harumi, Ichigo, and Chisaki.
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*''[[Cars: Fast as Lightning]]'': The 1.3.0 update adds decorations from Tokyo, along with Yokoza and Komodo as playable characters.
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==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
*The graphics and plot seems to be based on Tokyo Street Racing movies, along with ''The Fast and Furious: Tokyo Drift''.
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*This is the only ''[[Cars Toons]]'' episode where Mater didn't prove that his story was real. However, when Guido had put the wooden crates on Mater, he had the same shape as his modifications in his story.
*[[Snot Rod]] is the only Delinquent Road Hazard not to be seen in this short.
 
*Cameos of [[Mike]] and [[Sulley]] from ''Monsters, Inc.'' appear in this short in their monster truck forms as Mater slides out of the lobby.
 
*When Mater is celebrating after winning the race, we see [[DJ]] dancing to the music.
 
*The light on the police car that chases Mater says "Police" in Japanese.
 
*The police car says the same thing as [[Sheriff]] in the beginning of the short ("Get back here, you import punk").
 
 
*The stereotypical American cop loves donuts as a food, and the donut is a drifting move in which to spin in a circle, and the cop cars are seen executing this move.
 
*The stereotypical American cop loves donuts as a food, and the donut is a drifting move in which to spin in a circle, and the cop cars are seen executing this move.
*This is the first Mater's Tall Tales in which Lightning McQueen doesn't get in trouble. [[Unidentified Flying Mater]] is the second.
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*The light on the police car that chases Mater says "Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department" in Japanese (警視庁).
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*The police car says the same thing as Sheriff in the beginning of the short ("Get back here, you import punk!").
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*This is the first Mater's Tall Tales in which Lightning McQueen doesn't get in trouble. ''[[Unidentified Flying Mater]]'' is the second.
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*The graphics and plot seems to be based on Tokyo Street Racing movies, along with ''The Fast and Furious: Tokyo Drift''.
 
*Even though there are Japanese songs, the last song is Korean. However, the DVD subtitles show the song being Japanese.
 
*Even though there are Japanese songs, the last song is Korean. However, the DVD subtitles show the song being Japanese.
*[http://pixar.wikia.com/Buy_N_Large Buy N Large] from ''WALL-E'' appears as the company selling "Lugnut in a Cup".
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*[[w:c:pixar:Buy N Large|Buy N Large]] from ''[[w:c:pixar:WALL•E|WALL•E]]'' appears as the company selling "Lugnut in a Cup".
*Before Kabuto challenges Mater, a large screen has a news report on. It shows [[Chuki]] reporting something, in the same shot as she did in the [[Cars|movie]] when Lightning went missing, only Kabuto is in Lightning's place, despite that Kabuto was in the city and challenging Mater to the drift race.
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*When Mater whizzes past the cars, one of them possibly did the Wilhelm scream sound effect.
*Several brands that sponsored [[Piston Cup Racing Series|Piston Cup]] [http://pixar.wikia.com/Piston_Cup_racecars teams] in ''Cars'' appear in Tokyo Mater on advertisements. These includes [[RPM]], [[N2O Cola|N20 Cola]], [[Easy Idle]], [[Vitoline]], [[Nitroade]], [[Mood Springs]], [[Gasprin]], [[No Stall]] and [[Gask-Its|Gaskits]].
 
*There is a [[Dinoco]] building seen when Mater comes out of the water.
 
*Kabuto, Yokoza, and several female characters briefly appear in'' ''[[Cars 2]].
 
*The [[House of Donuts]] was seen in [[Cars 2: The Video Game]] in the Ginza Sprint race. You could drive through it as a shortcut, but if you hit one of the police cars making donuts, the police car will sound its siren, and you'll be reset.
 
*The cranes closely resemble [[Frank]] from [[Cars]].
 
*This is the only [[Cars Toons]] episode where [[Mater]] didn't prove that his story was real. However, when Guido had put the wooden crates on Mater, he had the same shape as his modifications in his story.
 
*When Boost drives by at the start of the short, he for some reason is colored orange.
 
*The donuts and House of Donuts sign are in the shape of a wheel.
 
   
==Goofs==
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{{Cars Toons}}
*When [[Mia and Tia]] shout "modify!" their tires are white. But when they gasp at [[Kabuto]]'s phrase, their tires are green instead of white.
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==Gallery==
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[[pt-br:Tóquio Mate]]
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FloTokyoMater.png
 
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</gallery>
 
{{Cars Toons Episodes}}
 
[[Category:Cars Toons Episodes]]
 
 
[[Category:Shorts]]
 
[[Category:Shorts]]
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[[Category:Cars Toons]]

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Not to be confused with the book or the Cars: Race-O-Rama event.
Tokyo mater
Tokyo Mater
Short Information
Aired

December 12th, 2008 in theaters with Bolt
March 12, 2010 on TV
November 2, 2010 on DVD/Blu-ray

Written by

John Lasseter
Rob Gibbs
Bobby Rubio
Scott Morse

Directed by

John Lasseter
Rob Gibbs
Victor Navone

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Tokyo Mater is the fourth episode of the Cars Toons series. The short was shown in theaters in the US before the Disney animated film Bolt in December 2008. The short is the first Disney-Pixar production presented in Disney Digital 3-D. It is also the first Pixar short to be shown before a non-Pixar produced Disney animated feature film.

StoryEdit

At Flo's V8 Café, Sheriff pulls up when three of the Delinquent Road Hazards, Boost, DJ and Wingo drift past. As Sheriff races after them, Mater says that he used to be an import, and then tells Lightning McQueen what happened.

One day, Mater was driving along the road when he spotted a car sitting by the side of the road. His name was Ito-San. He asks Mater to tow him somewhere far away and Mater ends up taking him all the way to Tokyo. As Mater drops him off, he notices two modified cars resembling DJ and Wingo. As he follows a group of ladies, he accidentally bumps into a gang leader resembling Boost, named Kabuto, who challenges him to a race at midnight. After extreme modifications, Mater comes to the starting line. Ito-San tells them that they must race to the top of Tokyo Tower and the winner will become king of all drifters. Then, he tells them that the loser will be stripped of all modifications and become stock. The race then starts. After Kabuto mocks him saying that he can't drift, Mater ends up sliding through the lobby of a building and being chased by a cop. After he loses Kabuto, he eventually catches up with him, but is slowed down by his posse of ninjas.

Lightning asks Mater what happened next and Mater tells him that "he was there, too".

Back in Tokyo, Lightning is a dragon power expert (nicknamed Lightning Dragon McQueen) who defeats the ninjas. After he defeats them, Mater notices that Kabuto is almost to the tower. Lightning takes Mater through a shortcut through a building site where Mater learns how to drift. After Mater notices that the road is out, Lightning shoots him into a pipe that blasts him ahead of Kabuto. As they race into Tokyo Tower, Kabuto knocks Mater off the tower, but Mater uses his tow hook to spring him to the top and wins the race. As Kabuto is laughed at by his own ninjas after he is stripped of modifications and Mater celebrates his victory, Mater says, "That's how I became Tow-ke-yo Mater, King of All the Drifters."

Back in Radiator Springs, Lightning doesn't believe Mater, but then Mater appears with wooden boxes resembling his drifter form. Then, Guido slams a box down on his hood. Mater then drives away with Lightning looking on, confused.

CharactersEdit

CastEdit

Additional voicesEdit

GoofsEdit

  • When Mia and Tia shout "Drift-a race!" and "Modify!" their tires are white. But when they gasp at Kabuto's phrase and in the rest of the short, their tires are green instead of white.
  • Mike and Sulley were meant to look at Mater drifting, but they looked at where Mater was going to drift before he got to that location.
  • Boost turns orange after Sheriff catches them.

GalleryEdit

For this subject's image gallery, see Tokyo Mater/Gallery.

References to other mediaEdit

  • Cars: Before Kabuto challenges Mater, a large screen has a news report on, showing Chuki reporting something about Kabuto, in the same shot as she did in the film when Lightning went missing, only Kabuto is in Lightning's place, despite that Kabuto was in the city and challenging Mater to the drift race. Additional, several brands that sponsored Piston Cup teams in Cars appear in Tokyo Mater on advertisements. These include RPM, N20 Cola, Easy Idle, Vitoline, Nitroade, Mood Springs, Gasprin, No Stall and Gaskits. A Dinoco building can also be seen.

References in later mediaEdit

  • Cars: Race-O-Rama: A minigame based around this short is included, in which Mater and Kabuto have a race to the top of Tokyo Tower. Lightning McQueen appears in his "Dragon" attire as the playable car for the second player in multiplayer mode, in Kabuto's place.
  • Cars Toons: Mater's Tall Tales: The Video Game: There are many elements, including minigames, based around this short.
  • Cars 2: Tokyo is seen again, along with many of the characters and locations that were first seen in the short. Kabuto is seen driving next to Lightning and Mater during the scenery montage, and he is later seen on a bridge at the World Grand Prix welcome party, along with Yokoza, Suki, Harumi, Ichigo, and Chisaki.
  • Cars: Fast as Lightning: The 1.3.0 update adds decorations from Tokyo, along with Yokoza and Komodo as playable characters.

TriviaEdit

  • This is the only Cars Toons episode where Mater didn't prove that his story was real. However, when Guido had put the wooden crates on Mater, he had the same shape as his modifications in his story.
  • The stereotypical American cop loves donuts as a food, and the donut is a drifting move in which to spin in a circle, and the cop cars are seen executing this move.
  • The light on the police car that chases Mater says "Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department" in Japanese (警視庁).
  • The police car says the same thing as Sheriff in the beginning of the short ("Get back here, you import punk!").
  • This is the first Mater's Tall Tales in which Lightning McQueen doesn't get in trouble. Unidentified Flying Mater is the second.
  • The graphics and plot seems to be based on Tokyo Street Racing movies, along with The Fast and Furious: Tokyo Drift.
  • Even though there are Japanese songs, the last song is Korean. However, the DVD subtitles show the song being Japanese.
  • Buy N Large from WALL•E appears as the company selling "Lugnut in a Cup".
  • When Mater whizzes past the cars, one of them possibly did the Wilhelm scream sound effect.
Cars Toons
Episodes
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Characters
Lightning McQueenTow MaterMia and TiaNurse KoriNurse GTORescue Squad AmbulanceRescue Squad TrooperRescue Squad ChoppersOrderly PittiesRedFloSargeFillmoreAl OftJay W.Lug and NuttyBuck the Tooth VendorProps McGeeChuyBulldozersPadreGuidoSheriffBoostDJWingoKabutoIto-SanTeki and PakiKabuto's NinjasVan-SanPatokaaTokyo CranesYokozaChoKaa ReesuKyandeeManjiTansouBye Bye KarGeisha GirlsTabinuYojimboMikeSulleyChukiSukiHarumiLuigiMatorCorporal KimCaptain MunierAndy GearsdaleTractorsMrs. UFODr. Abschlepp WagenEddieRockyDexRodney the RockerFloRamoneVroomaroundus BugusI-ScreamerCaptain CollisionDr. Feel BadRasta CarianPaddy O'ConcreteDr. FrankenwagonDr. Frankenwagon's MonsterReferee PittyTormentor's Biggest FanImpala XIIIRogerBig DClydeStinkyCarmenClaudeSkipper RileySparkyFalcon HawksJudge DavisPropwash Junction BiplaneLizzieStanleySally CarreraVanMinnySandy DunesBlue GritIdle ThreatShifty SidewinderDidi 05Mike 07
Voice Cast
Keith FergusonLarry the Cable GuyLloyd SherrMach Tony KobayashiRobert ItoLori AlanJess HarnellKaren HuieJulia KatoElissa KnightSonoko KonishiHenry LeeDanny MannMickie McGowanBob PetersonJack AngelGeorge CarlinLindsey CollinsJohn CyganPaul EidingLaraine NewmanSteve PurcellJan RabsonMichael WallisTony ShalhoubGuido QuaroniBob ScottTorbin Xan BullockJosh CooleyAngus MacLaneCarol Bach y RitaJonathan AdamsStacy KeachBob BergenKatherine HelmondJohn Michael HigginsJenifer LewisPaul DooleyBonnie HuntJerome RanftJosh CooleyCheech MarinOwen WilsonWendi McLendon-CoveyAziz Ansari
Crew
John LasseterRob GibbsBobby PodestaScott MorseBobby RubioJustin WrightValerie LaPointeVictor NavoneMatthew LuhnKevin O'BrienDerek ThompsonDaniel ChongJim CapobiancoJeremy LaskyMary Alice DrummNicole Paradis Grindle
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