Tokyo Disney Resort has two theme parks - Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea. We decided that the latter would be more fun to go to since it's the only one DisneySea in the world. Tokyo Disney Sea is a 176-acre theme park designed with a nautical and maritime theme that opened on September 4, 2001.
We knew it was going to be jam-packed on weekends so we just wandered along the park. Basically taking countless pictures of ourselves and of course for my blog, and just soaking up the views and ambiance.
|DisneySea AquaSphere is one of the icons of Tokyo DisneySea located at Disney Sea Plaza|
It is made up of seven themed areas: Mediterranean Harbor, Mystery Island, Mermaid Lagoon, Arabian Coast, Lost River Delta, Port Discovery and American Waterfront. Park shows and rides are more suitable for adults.
|Mount Prometheus is another icon of Tokyo DisneySea|
|one of the shops at the park|
|at the American Waterfront|
|Toy Story Mania at American Waterfront where you can board a tram and play some carnival games with Woody Buzz and pals|
|SS Columbia Ship at New York Harbor|
|Hotel High Tower also known as Tower of Terror, an old hotel where you can explore its treasures and mysteries|
|Lobster Fishing at American Waterfront|
|Aquatopia, a boat ride that uses LPS tracking at Port Discovery|
|C-3PO plane at the Lost River Delta|
|Stalls selling fruits and instruments at Saludos Amigos! Greeting Dock in Lost River Delta|
|steam boat ride|
|Raging Spirits, a roller coaster with a 360-degree loop at Lost River Delta|
|Sinbad's Storybook Voyage at Arabian Coast|
|a sailing adventure at Arabian Coast|
|Caravan Carousel, a two-level carousel at Arabian Coast|
|Mysterious Island where you can aboard a unique subterranean vehicle and research submarines|
This park is huge so be physically prepared to avoid an arduous long walks. Admission ticket is 5,000 Yen per person. Tokyo Disney resort is located in Urayasu, Chiba, Japan just outside of Tokyo.
Part I: Konnichiwa Japan
Part II: Konnichiwa Japan (Getting There)
Part III: Dormy Inn Premium Shibuya Jingumae
Part IV: Japanese Food
Till next time... toodles,