Who doesn't love the mouse with the black and white suit and his cute girlfriend with the polka dots? For Disney fans one and all, Tokyo Disneyland is sure to fill you up with fun up to your gills. Not only do you get to enjoy the fun rides and meet and greet with characters from your favorite animation films but you also get to see the Disney Sea world as well! It is a getaway into the world of fantasy and the rides are all filled with generous doses of cuteness and grandeur.
A ride around from a tea-cup in the mad world of Alice or a slow ride through the world of Ariel's world under the sea, will keep you wanting to stay there forever. Toy Story's Buzz Lightyear will take you on a journey through space and One Man's Dream II: The Magic Lives On will give you a chance to meet all the classic Disney characters!
Make a visit to Tokyo Disneyland along with other awesome attractions in the city with this Tokyo itinerary 3 days.
- Most of the exhibits and rides are in Japanese so it would be helpful to know Japanese.
- Avoid national holidays or weekends because of the large crowd.
- Maps are available in English and other Asian languages like Korean and Chinese.
- Wear comfortable shoes. You may have to walk.
- Train- JR Maihama Keiyo line – trains from Tokyo, Kaihinmakuhari and Soga
- Rainforest Cafe
- Pollination Terrace Restraunt
- Roti's House
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39.55% of people who visit Tokyo include Tokyo Disneyland in their plan
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51.21% of people start their Tokyo Disneyland visit around 08 AM - 09 AM
People usually take around 6 Hrs to see Tokyo Disneyland
90.94% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Tokyo Disneyland
Its an excellent place with a lot of attractions. On weekends there are a lot of people coming here and wait times are longer. There is always a good option of day pass which is better to avail. If you wish to spend good and memorable time here, better to reserve two days for Disney Land, if you want to see all. Approach from Tokyo Station is very easy via Train. For kids, there is a lot of fun.
Tokyo Disney was an enjoyable theme park, however I don't think it was quite as good as Anaheim. Overall the attractions were nostalgic and gorgeous, with fairly long wait times (some up to 180 minutes). I had a fast pass and got to avoid most of the lines, except when the fast pass sessions sold out almost instantly. The Space mountain ride was my favourite ride, being completely immersed in darkness on a wild roller coaster. Definitely make sure you ride that one.
Definitely try to arrange coming here during weekdays, it makes a great difference. Come as early as you can and get your rides done before 6:30PM (I'll get back to this.) As soon as you come, go straight pass the castle and grab a fast pass for the Winnie The Pooh ride because wait time can get pretty devastating but it's the most beautiful ride in the park so you should. Food is mostly just okay, not bad, just edible. My best food so far is the cheese hot dog at the left side, at the end of World Bazaar. It's simple and good. When you're done by 6:30PM, find a nice spot to sit down at between World Bazaar and the castle to reserve the best spot for the lights parade at 7:30PM. Take turns buying some snacks as you wait. Then after the parade, you can take turns shopping at the World Bazaar area until the final fireworks at about 9?PM.
What do you expect of Disneyland... if you love Disney then you will love it here. Two warning: 1. Most of the attraction will use Japanese and no english at all so you might not understand most of the story. (Well its japan Disneyland so it is expected) 2. I think they reduce the thrilling level, as in all of the roller coaster and extreme ride are not as trilling or scary as other Disneyland (you feel less stomach flying, no idea what this is call ;))
Lots of fun. Went with some Disney enthusiasts who loved it and I really enjoyed it even not being a huge fan of everything Disney. Queues weren't too bad, just make sure to get fast passes for the biggest rides. We did go on a Monday and while busy it was definitely worth it. We were there from open to close and did everything we wanted. I would be a little nervous to go on a weekend or at peak season. Also we were lucky enough to be there during Halloween season so everything was decorated and looked great. The attention to detail in these parks is always impressive.