The first Disney theme park outside of the United States, Tokyo Disneyland opened in 1983 to provide the same magic and fun that makes Disney World famous. The park contains seven sections: a World Bazaar, the four classic Disney worlds (Westernland, Tomorrowland, Fantasyland, and Adventureland), Critter Country, and Mickey’s Toontown. Featuring many of the beloved rides and attractions based on Disney’s classic films, the park draws tremendous crowds. Research tickets in advance and wear comfortable shoes to navigate the park’s vast open spaces. Plan to see Tokyo Disneyland and other attractions that appeal to you using our Urayasu journey planner.
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When we got there, there was a huge line without any social distance just to enter the park. Over 500 people waiting on line without any extra space near the parking lot area. Nobody asked to see...
When we got there, there was a huge line without any social distance just to enter the park. Over 500 people waiting on line without any extra space near the parking lot area. Nobody asked to see... more »
Nowhere what it used to be. Have been going for more than 30 years and it seems to be all about pinching the penny these days. You can no longer ride the major attractions more than once (Soaring...
Nowhere what it used to be. Have been going for more than 30 years and it seems to be all about pinching the penny these days. You can no longer ride the major attractions more than once (Soaring... more »
We chose Disneyland to go to over Disney Sea as we wanted the traditional Disney experience (not enough time to do both). The park is a little smaller than the one in LA which is not a bad thing. We also carefully chose which day to go by looking at the various crowd heat maps available and for once it appeared spot on. Also check which rides and attractions are closed - this also helped us to decide to do Disneyland as DisneySea did have some major ride closures on the day we were looking at. We arrived an hour before opening and there was already a very long queue to get in. We managed our fast passes very efficiently throughout the day and were intrigued by the amount of parades and shows the park has but also with the amount of people who queue and wait for hours for these parades and shows (great if you like rides!) Tips: 1. Try and go straight to Poohs Honey Hut and get a fast pass or if you’re quick enough go straight on the ride. No other Disney has this ride and even as an adult, I thought it was fantastic. 2. Stay as late as you can. That last hour between 9pm and 10pm, we just went straight on a number of rides. 3. Belles Castle is opening April 2020. We saw some of the construction and this new part of the park is going to draw in the crowds for sure. We would love to come back and see this some day I hope this review and photos are helpful for you guys do like if you like it thank you.
At the time I went to the magical kingdom, my daughter was 3 years old (she is 5 years old now). My daughter had wanted to go to Disneyland for some time and this was such an anticipated trip for her. We got a two-day pass and stayed at a nearby hotel. It is too bad that the Disney hotel is so expensive because we would have loved to have stayed there. On the first day, my daughter dressed up like Snow White, and on the second day she was Cinderella. Disneyland's staff would constantly refer to my daughter as "princess" and she loved that! We had heard or read that they do this and it is true!! From what I remember, there were some long lines for the more popular rides, but we were also able to go on several other ones that didn't have a long wait time. It is truly a magical place and we hope to go back there someday. My daughter asks when we will go back from time to time. I recommend that you do research and choose the best season and day to visit the park to make your experience a wonderful one. I only gave this magical kingdom 4 stars because of he price (and it has recently gone up), the location (it is really far from where I live) and the long lines (this is a constant and should be expected and planned for). My wife and I prefer DisneySea because it is more orientated to adults, but Disneyland does have many things to attract parents, too.
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