Disney Resort Line, Urayasu

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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 planning app .
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  • From the hotel to the Disney Resort transportation was available. ICOCA is available and very helpful. Wait for later flights out fine so didn't feel it enough times.
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  • Inside the car are Mickey Mouse decorations and other Disney companions. The first car, compartment, has big windows, and every child wants to sit there. You can always take a ride and keep on touring.
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  • Because Pixar events in running train of Pixar, is cute. There are lockers are little bigger than a thought. More cute if figurines in the train to Disneyland Hong Kong S.A.R., to think
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  • Quite possibly the most beautiful of the Disney Parks worldwide. Every Cast Member I met while here was extremely helpful, courteous, and cheerful. Cast Members seemed to go out of their way to assist in my enjoyment of my vacation. I will highly recommend that anyone who has the opportunity to visit spend at least 3 days visiting the parks to allow for enough time to see everything. We went for 2 days and could have spent a lot more time taking in the scenery.
  • This was such a great day spent at Tokyo Disney resort! We had such a long exciting day, especially for the kids. We go to the entrance at 7am when it was about to open and we left when it closed at 10. (Or maybe it was 11??) They have tons of shops to spend your money, the lineups weren’t as bad as I thought but the rides were definitely more for kids. They were not “scary” enough for me, but nonetheless it was still so much fun!
  • This is still one of the happiest places on earth. Weather in Tokyo is lovely and the atmosphere just brings everything back to your childhood memories of Disney and its characters. The place is quite huge and spending 1 day isn't enough especially if you want to experience most of the rides. We recommend the Indiana Jones ride and the 20000 leagues ride. The tower of terror looks fun but the line gets really long up to 3 hours so we just skipped. It is best to go here during weekdays to avoid the long lines.
  • You can't beat the price! I went in January on a Monday and the parking lot was empty, there weren't any lines to buy my ticket to get in. A lot of the characters were out when we walked in around 12 so that was really cool, but I didn't make time to actually take pics with them. Get your fast pass for space mountain! That ride is awesome. The ride lines weren't too bad that day, but it was freezing. So if you go in January, be prepared for ice-cold ocean breezes. The haunted mansion was closed, so we were a bit bummed, but it looks dope from outside. I'd definitely come back to go on that ride. The Winnie the Pooh and Thunder Mountain Railroad are pretty cool too. There isn't too much of a difference in the merchandise around the park. The food court in the storybook land was really cool - queen of hearts/Alice in wonderland themed. The pizza in tomorrow land is tasty. The layout of the park is a little weird, but it had more of a Disney feel than Disney Sea. All the shows in the park are in Japanese (obviously).
  • Amazing!...Amazing!. I would totally recommend this place. I would definitely go again. There's train station nearby and it's very easy to find this place commuting by train. A lot of crew are working ensuring safety and customer service at 100++% from morning till night without any sign of tiredness. Now that's Japanese customer service for you!

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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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