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Disney Resort Line, Urayasu

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Railway Transportation
Take a ride on Disney Resort Line, a monorail that runs along the perimeter of the Tokyo Disney Resort. Opened in 2001, the monorail makes four stops around the large theme park, with trains arriving at each station at intervals of around 5 minutes. A convenient way to see the park, the monorail also acts as a themed attraction in itself, with Mickey's silhouette appearing on the side of each brightly colored carriage. Make Disney Resort Line a part of your Urayasu vacation plans using our Urayasu trip generator.
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Where to stay in Urayasu

Visitors to Urayasu are usually heading to the theme park, which itself offers a number of hotels within its expansive grounds, with some fairly standard options sitting alongside showstopping luxury accommodations. But day trips to the theme park from other districts across the capital remain the done thing by most who visit Urayasu, with the park easily accessible via a number of public transport options. The university district to the northeast of the theme park provides a few hotels, including both budget and mid-range options.
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  • It runs every 6-9 minutes. Interior and exterior decorated with Disney characters, cute. Cleanliness is good. Buying multiful day pass is cheaper than one day pass. You can use unlimited. English vers...  more »
  • We used this every day to get to / between the parks. I highly recommend the Hilton Tokyo Bay, but there are plenty of other hotels within walking distance of the resort line. The trains run every 6 m...  more »
  • We used the tram our first morning to go to Tokyo Disneyland. I tried to save a couple dollars by walking to the Sheraton Grande Tokyo Bay Hotel from the park, BIG MISTAKE. It was a longer walk than I...  more »
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  • There is much fun to be had here. Disney Land is better than Sea, but both are worth visiting. Like all things Disney, buying anything here is expensive, so come expecting to spend a little money. Much more orderly and clean than what is found in the states. Although created with children in mind, it is a great place for couples as well.
  • Good for younger kids under 10, rides is more for younger kids. Electric light parade is great. Fireworks depends on weather and may be cancelled. Bring lunch and food if possible not great choices.
  • Great place for vacation! It's very clean, the staff are polite and friendly (Japanese people are awesome!), and the food is great. One thing I wish they had there was a better gift shop/souvenir shop. I was looking for some Disney characters stuff for gifts but the selection wasn't that great.
  • It definitely lives up to the hype. If you go to Disneyland or Disneysea they are both well worth it and with beautiful attractions. If you're going Disney land make sure you do the Pooh's Honey Hunt and Splash Mountain, they were the highlights
  • Such a magical place, of all of the Disney parks I have been to around the world, this is the best. Every member of staff goes above and beyond to help you. The park itself is spotless and navigation is easy. Definitely will be returning.