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Tokyo DisneySea, Urayasu
(4.5/5 based on 3,800+ reviews on the web)
An original Japanese addition to Tokyo Disneyland, Tokyo DisneySea features nautically themed attractions, rides, and shows inspired by myths of the sea. The park contains seven different areas: Mermaid Lagoon, American Waterfront, Lost River Delta, Port Discovery, Arabian Coast, Mediterranean Harbor, and Mysterious Island. Check out the Venetian gondolas, an underwater world out of the imagination of the science fiction writer Jules Verne, and the S.S. Columbia steamship. Unlike its neighboring Disneyland, this park contains higher quality dining options where guests can order alcoholic beverages. For travelers who use our world travel planner, Urayasu holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Tokyo DisneySea and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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  • Heard and read great reviews! Disney Sea doesn't have the traditional Disney feel - it's actually lacking. Maybe it isn't my cup of tea - my wife feels the same. I prefer Disneyland (Tokyo) better. 
  • Don't skip out on Tokyo Disney Sea. There's nothing elsewhere in the world like it and the Japanese definitely have made it one of the most unique experiences you can have. It's always crowded, even o...  more »
  • Compared to land, is complex and quite a walk. Disney is the strong RAND is the sea views of the night is very clean. Where drinking alcohol is the point. Sea is from becoming adults.
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  • One of the beat theme parks I've been to and the best Disney park so far. The slap-happy staff and visitors along with awesome rides and attention to detail in the design make every visit here worthwhile.
  • The most magical Disney location of them all. So clean, so kind, SO MUCH FUN! And the food doesn't make you sick like in Los Angeles :D
  • Great experience. A lot of care for details. The park is very clean and well maintained. The queues can get quite long even on a weekday, so try to get your fast passes early. It's a bit hard to get decent food for a reasonable price. Good eating locations all require reservation. The in-park metro line is probably the most expensive in all of Tokyo. The rides were much fun though. Two were closed when we visited.
  • Tokyo Disneysea was a great experience that I'll never forget. Went on a Tuesday and arrived 30 minutes before opening in an attempt to get a head start to the day, but those Tokyo locals are early risers and there was already a pretty decent lineup at the gates. Once in, we had already planned to get a fast pass for 10,000 leagues under the sea and then ride journey to the center of the earth (which was unfortunately closed). Our plan failed however due to the fact that there are never lineups at 10,000 leagues as it is just an average ride (in my opinion). If I were to do it all over again I would definitely head straight for toy story and grab a fast pass and then hit the tower of terror, both of these attractions I highly recommend! Anyways, amazing experience overall, everyone is over the top friendly, helpful and totally make the experience memorable.
  • A little different from Disney Land, less fantasy and more for the rides. I would suggest visitors to bring your own food and have a picnic if you can. Food is expensive and most are pre-cooked and served canteen style. Guess they don't have a choice due to the enormous amount of visitors every day. Expect to have long queues for the ride. And even if you have the SpeedPass, it would be useless should the ride's quota for SpeedPass be fully redeemed for the day. Spent most of the time queuing, (up to 2 hours), for a 2 mins ride. Stay on for the 8.30pm fireworks!