Happiness is Here is not just Tokyo Disney Resort’s special 30th Anniversary celebrations. A new day-time parade was created to mark this special occasion, and it is performed during normal seasons at Tokyo Disneyland.
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We are back at Tokyo DisneySea’s Mysterious Island. At night, the volcano is partially shrouded in darkness, but its energetic caldera glows with secrets. Its true face, as Captain Nemo’s secret base, unravels every night.
Tokyo Disneyland’s Tomorrowland is a minimalist fantasy of the future. As strange as this might sound, the area doesn’t feel very futuristic in today’s world – it features very clean lines and muted colours (with some graduated blue accents) across its architecture.
Possibly the most illustrious theme park attraction at Tokyo DisneySea, Journey to the Center of the Earth is a one-of-a-kind adventure set in the world of Captain Nemo.
Mysterious Island – a world hidden within Mount Prometheus that is heavily inspired by some of Jules Verne‘s most iconic novels. This themed zone is the centerpiece of Tokyo DisneySea. Mount Prometheus is the icon of Tokyo DisneySea, and can be seen (outdoors) from every other themed port-of-call around the park. The volcano connects to […]
Swim into the world of The Little Mermaid at Tokyo DisneySea’s Mermaid Lagoon. This colourful and vibrant zone invites guests to join Ariel and discover her world, under the sea.
Tokyo Disneyland’s latest attraction is the heavily upgraded version of Star Tours, known as Star Tours: The Adventures Continue. This Spaceport brings guests at Tomorrowland on tours to exciting destinations – far, far away – in the Star Wars universe.
What is the most popular ride at Tokyo Disneyland? It’s Monsters, Inc. Ride & Go Seek! If you’ve ever wanted to explore the monsters’ world, you now have a chance at Tokyo Disneyland.
Arabian Coast becomes beautifully lit with ornate lamps at night. Let’s take a walk around the streets of Agrabah.
Walk through the bustling Arabian harbour at Tokyo DisneySea’s Arabian Coast. This port-of-call is of course, themed to Arabian Nights and Disney’s Aladdin (1992).
Sindbad’s Storybook Voyage is perhaps the most overlooked and underrated attraction at Tokyo DisneySea. Placed at a quiet corner of Arabian Coast, this dark ride portrays Sindbad’s exciting voyages with music by Alan Menken. The ride is also well known for its number of incredibly life-like (and yet cartoon) animatronics.
Roger Rabbit’s Car Toon Spin is a dark ride in Tokyo Disneyland’s Toontown.Guests board yellow cabs called “Lenny” that is capable of spinning (like a tea cup ride) as it maneuvers around colourful and mildly psychedelic scenes.
In Tokyo Disneyland, you can meet Mickey Mouse… at his house! Welcome to Toontown at Tokyo Disneyland, a land filled with attractions based on Mickey Mouse & Friends, as well as a Roger Rabbit’s wild adventures.
Apart from being Tokyo Disneyland‘s park icon and a grand gateway to Fantasyland, Cinderella Castle is home to a walk-through attraction unique to Japan. Guests can visit Cinderella’s Fairy Tale Hall within the castle – a lavish walk-through attraction that tells the story of Cinderella.
Our tour around Fantasyland continues! Walk inside the Queen of Hearts Banquet Hall and enjoy photos of this land of magic at night.
With the majestic Cinderella Castle and many attractions themed after classic Disney movies, Fantasyland is a place where fairy tales and dream-like stories come to life. Take a walk around Tokyo Disneyland‘s Fantasyland in this entry.
One of Tokyo Disneyland’s most beloved attractions is Pooh’s Hunny Hunt. Taking the form of a giant storybook that guests may walk “into”, the ride brings the young (and young-at-heart) through a magical journey in Hundred Acre Wood.
The Haunted Mansion is among some of Disney’s most iconic theme park attractions. A foreboding experience of visiting a terrifying mansion is probably incongruous in a Disney Park, but the mansion presents dark humour and chilly wit in the form of a slow dark ride and elaborate walkthrough pre-show.
The true adventurers’ port of call, Lost River Delta, is located at the back end of Tokyo DisneySea. This is where lost mystic beings emerge, with their powers untamed. Brave explorers, in search of fame and riches, have set up camps along the river.
Within the dense jungle of Tokyo DisneySea’s Lost River Delta lies a derelict Aztec temple. Brave guests go on a journey of a lifetime at Indiana Jones Adventure: Temple of the Crystal Skull, where they tempt fate to discover the Fountain of Youth.