Feel the Force When You Ride One of These Star Wars Taxis

There are only 53 cars available in five prefectures.

Star Wars is an unprecedented feat in entertainment. Forty-two years have passed since the release of the first film Star Wars Episode IV/New Hope in the United States back in 1977. The final edition of the series—probably the only one that can be called the legend that has been spun for a long time—Star Wars/Dawn of Skywalker (The Rise of Skywalker in other countries) was released simultaneously last December 20.

In commemoration of the release, with the cooperation of DiDi Mobility Japan Corp., taxis bearing the movie
Star Wars/Dawn of Skywalker (Star Wars Taxi) started going around five cities nationwide since November 29, 2019.

The Star Wars Taxi started running since November 29.

The Star Wars Taxis are only available in the five prefectures of Osaka, Fukuoka, Kyoto, Hiroshima, and Aichi. A total of 53 cars run, but fully wrapped taxis run only in Osaka and Fukuoka. Feel the power of the Force by taking this Star Wars Taxi!

Rey on the left side of the taxi

Kylo Ren is drawn on the right side of the taxi

If you would like to ride the Star Wars Taxi, you can call the taxi by downloading the DiDi app and selecting “Star Wars Taxi” on the vehicle type selection. (Depending on the dispatch situation, there are times when there are no vehicles available nearby or it may take some time to dispatch the cars).

Kylo Ren on the right side of the taxi

Rey on the left side of the taxi.

There are 10 collaboration taxis in Kyoto and 13 in Osaka, so get on the Star Wars Taxi through the DiDi app! May the force be with you.

Star Wars/Dawn of Skywalker
(C) 2019 ILM and Lucasfilm Ltd. All Rights Reserved.

The movie Star Wars / Dawn of Skywalker was released nationwide last December 20.

Provided by Japan Walker™, Walkerplus™, and Kansai Walker™ (3 December 2019)

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