Opened in 1983, Tokyo Disney Resort was the first Disney theme park located outside the United States. Centered around ... More
Opened in 1983, Tokyo Disney Resort was the first Disney theme park located outside the United States. Centered around Cinderella Castle, the 80-hectare facility features 47 attractions located in seven different themed lands, which are World Bazaar, Adventureland, Westernland, Critter Country, Fantasyland, Toontown and Tomorrowland. In addition, there are 53 dining facilities and 60 different shops. Over 260 million people have visited Tokyo Disneyland, attesting to its enduring popularity. Here you will meet Mickey Mouse and all the other lovable Disney characters.
I have never been to another Disneyland, so I don't have anything to compare Tokyo Disneyland to, but the experience was very good.
One thing that can really be appreciated about the developers is that they are very English-inclusive. Almost everything in the park is translated into English - rarely do you see an American park where signs flip every 15 seconds to display Spanish text. The only thing that isn't translated into English is audio, which may lead to English-speakers being confused on the Pirates story, but it shouldn't be expected - they've done so much already to cater to Americans, you can't complain about things not being translated.
The major downside is that it was very, very crowded when I went. The line for Splash Mountain lasted about 2 hours. Nevertheless, all of the rides are very well-maintained and very fun.
No matter what language you speak, you will have no problems at all in Tokyo Disneyland, but I would only recommend it if you live in Japan as I did. If you're just visiting, wait until you return to the U.S. to go to Disneyland or Disneyworld - take the time to visit actual Japan while you're there.
it was horrible.you couldn't move for fear of getting crushed by hordes of screaming children.and the litter.the park cleaning must of been taking a holiday for about 5 YEARS!don't go there we advise you.don't say we didn't warn you.
P.S. WRite a will soon if you're going there
Beautiful and charming, Disney Sea is quite unlike Anaheim Disneyland. Many famous seacoast towns are reproduced as sets, the way when you're in Anaheim's New Orleans on a quiet winter evening you almost can pretend you're in the real place. My favorite was their Venice. Like bonsais of many cities-- very Japanese. Everything is set up so summer monsoon rain is no problem-- tunnels and covered spaces added everywhere. A great reward for my American-culture-starved kid, to break up a steady diet of temples. Fascinating chance for the thoughtful to see the "real Japan"-- which is all about assimilation of foreign cultures.
In retrospect my sole regret about my latest trip to Tokyo was wasting a day in this wonderful city by going to this little slice of the USA. It was hell. It's overcrowded, it's overpriced and it's overrated. I didn't particularly like the California Disneyland either, but at least that has attached novelty value. This is exactly the same, but bigger, uglier and far more crowded. I beg all of you not to make my mistakes - Tokyo is a wonderful city, don't waste any time you spend there in this place.
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