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Tokyo Disneyland, Urayasu

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Must see · Disney Park / Activity · Theme Park
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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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Tokyo Disneyland reviews

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TripAdvisor traveler rating 4.5
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4.6
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  • Here's the experience: 1. I cannot buy tickets on site (no-one can) 2. Booking in convenience stores can only be done months in advance 3. Disney Japan appears to use its own credit card vetting... 
    Here's the experience: 1. I cannot buy tickets on site (no-one can) 2. Booking in convenience stores can only be done months in advance 3. Disney Japan appears to use its own credit card vetting...  more »
  • My family & I visited Disney Sea in April 2019. As a family we truly loved it. The atmosphere was electric. The park was spotless. We found the staff to be incredibly friendly and very helpful... 
    My family & I visited Disney Sea in April 2019. As a family we truly loved it. The atmosphere was electric. The park was spotless. We found the staff to be incredibly friendly and very helpful...  more »
  • Great place to spend time with young children. Take tons of pictures. Even adults can enjoy the visit too. You can also buy souvenirs for friends n family 
    Great place to spend time with young children. Take tons of pictures. Even adults can enjoy the visit too. You can also buy souvenirs for friends n family  more »
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  • This is such an amazing amusement park! The rides are incredible, food is delicious, staff are friendly, etc. The park itself looks beautiful and there are so many things to do. It is recommended that you stay 3 days; 1 day for Disney land, another for Disney sea and then the last day for both. You should get this app that they provide as it allows you to see live wait times and also allows you to get fast passes extremely easily, and once you get to the ride, you can just scan the fast pass Qr code. This park is also very clean and efficient. Definitely worth 6 out of 5 stars.
  • One of the best trips of my life. With my little brother who was really enjoy at that time in Disney land! It was a really great and awesome time. Disneyland is good kids as there are many cute rides and also it will be great for family trip. My brother was so satisfied. All the eatery place was so cute and delicious. I can see Disney characters in everywhere that i walked. I would highly recommend Tokyo Disneyland.
  • Had a chance to pop in during a trip and had a wonderful time. Easy to get around fun twists on rides it was familiar and foreign. Food was tasty and reasonably priced. The parks small size made it quick to go from side to side and catch lower ride lines
  • Had a fun time. I went along with my family with my 5 year old son and all of us enjoyed a lot. We went last week and there was not much long queues and hence we were enable to cover around 20 attractions in a day. The electric parade was awesome.I got 2 standby pass in a day. Post 6 pm it started getting too much cold, however we were there until 7:45 pm.
  • Pretty interesting to see the international take. That said, it's obviously a bit scaled down from American expectations yet pretty much what you'd expect. Overall, it's nice; but if you're a foreign tourist and you ever plan to visit the US, I'd hold off on Disney and opt for a more uniquely Japanese experience.

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