5 October 2018 1-1 Maihama, Urayasu, Chiba Prefecture 279-0031, Japan

TOKYO DISNEYLAND GUIDE 东京迪斯尼乐园

TOKYO DISNEYLAND GUIDE 东京迪斯尼乐园

Some of the readers read about my Tokyo DisneySea post and asked me when I blog about Tokyo Disneyland. Well, here you go! I just want to make sure my Tokyo Disneyland Vlog is live on my YouTube Channel before I blog about it, so you guys can actually watch the video after you read the whole thing. Some readers might prefer to watch the video rather than reading an article. As usual, today post is all about attractions, food, night show in Tokyo Disneyland.


My second visit to Tokyo Disneyland and this is fiance's first visit! He never visits any Disneyland yet so he was quite nervous and excited at the same time. Well, the second visit is always an advantage for me! I can revisit some of my favourite attractions and choose not to visit the attractions that I dislike. Of course, if my fiance chooses to visit some of the attractions that I might dislike, I still choose to accompany him. Lol




It was my first time to visit Disneyland as a couple! I always visited with my family previously.



Having a love-hate relationship with this man because he helped me a lot on photography but at the same time keep asking me to take those crazy rides with him. Lol.

ATTRACTIONS
  • Mickey's PhilharMagic

Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, and many more of your Disney friends appear in this magical concert that's as fun to watch as to listen to. Let Donald sweep you away into the fantastic world of Disney animation!


I have been to this theatre during my last visit and I love it! It was one of my favourite and kids are loving it as well. Bringing my man to revisit with me this time.

  • Star Tours : The Adventures Continue


Welcome to the world of Star Wars in 3D! You'll enjoy an unprecedented thrill as you find yourself right in the middle of the action with familiar characters from the film series. At first, I don't feel want to take this ride because I have a serious motion sickness. Some 3D/4D rides are not suitable for me. But then, since my fiance was insisted to asked me to join him so eventually, I did. Guess what, after the ride, I really feel I want to vomit on the spot. Thus, the ride is not scary but not suitable for motion sickness like me.

  • Buzz Lighter's Astro Blasters



It was my favourite game when I visited Hong Kong Disneyland so of course, I'm gonna revisit again!

It's Buzz Lightyear from Disney/Pixar's Toy Story films! And you're one of his Space Rangers. Board a space cruiser and get ready for a great adventure. Use the astro blasters (laser shooters) equipped on your space cruiser to blast the robots and their secret weapons in this shooting-game attraction. Coordinate with your friends to defeat the evil Emperor Zurg and save the universe!



Little Alien was my favourite character in Toy Story. Therefore, I bought a Little Alien keychain as a souvenir. He is super cute!

  • It's a Small World


Dressed in the traditional costumes of their countries, children of the world sing "it's a small world" as you voyage from Europe, through Asia, Africa, Central America, and the islands of the South Pacific. It's the happiest cruise that ever sailed! You might think the dolls are cute, but me and fiance thought they're pretty creepy. Dolls with music on are just like Annabelle. Lol

  • The Enchanted Tiki Room : Stitch Presents "Aloha E Komo Mai!"
An enchanting show with Hawaiian birds gets interrupted when that mischievous Stitch appears! Join in this lively show that gets Guests and tiki gods involved! Frankly, we found it quite bored because just bird singing and a lot of talking in Japanese which we don't understand at all.

  • Castle Carrousel

White horses with colorful trappings… Pick your white horse and feel like Cinderella or Prince Charming. The dreams and hopes of Disney's classic film Cinderella unfold on this lovely carousel. How can you miss this right?

  • Chip 'n Dale Treehouse



Those two prankster chipmunk pals, Chip and Dale live in this big oak tree that provides lots of their favourite acorns. Which is why they love this tree and plan to keep calling it their home.




Chip and Dale's fan will love this tree house!

  • Stitch Encounter

Guests visiting the Stitch Monitoring Station, located in Tomorrowland, will be able to communicate with Stitch in real time over the theatre’s large screen. The entire family will enjoy chatting with that mischievous Stitch in this attraction full of humour and surprises. Again, a lot of talking in Japanese which not suitable for tourists who don't understand Japanese.


FOOD
  • Queen of Hearts Banquet Hall



Welcome to the castle of the Queen of Hearts This is the castle where the Queen of Hearts, from the Disney film Alice in Wonderland, dwells. The Queen has invited everyone here for a banquet today. There are Wonderland-themed food, unique desserts and much more on the varied, wonderful menu.

We took our brunch here. We were super starving at that moment. It was self-service and you can choose any set that you want. We had ordered a quarter chicken served with mash potatoes and patty served with rice.

  • Pan Galactic Pizza Port

Enjoy the best pizza in the galaxy! Pan Galactic Pizza Port is the franchise's first branch in the solar system. The manager, Tony Solaroni, is operating the pizza-making PZ-5000 machine while taking lots of out-of-this-world orders. Watch the fully automated pizza-making system while enjoying a delicious slice.


I and my family took our lunch here last time and I was thinking this time, why not we take our lunch here too? We love their food especially the pizza!




Since this year is Tokyo Disneyland 35th Anniversary, so all the packaging are special design for it!

  • Soft Landing



After a soft landing, celebrate with a soft-serve ice cream at Soft Landing! Treat yourself at this counter specializing in soft-serve after your safe return to Earth from your adventure on Star Tours.

To be honest, it took me some time to found this counter. It was not easy to find it. Thank god I read a blog about it.







  • Toon Pop



Popcorn, it's a Toon favouriteThis wagon sells fresh popcorn. They say the corn was picked from Goofy's garden. Goofy's working non-stop making popcorn for everyone. So stop by and try some!

By the way, do you love my Minnie Bow Popcorn Bag?



NIGHTTIME PARADE "TOKYO DISNEYLAND ELECTRICAL PARADE DREAM LIGHTS"


The Disney stars are literally sparkling in this nighttime parade of lights and music. With Mickey and his pals, including characters from Aladdin, Toy Story, and other Disney films, appearing on colourful floats, nighttime in the Park is even more fantasy-filled. The new version of the ever-popular nighttime parade features five new floats and LED lighting enhancing the sparkle.




Making their first appearance will be Anna and Elsa on a float designed like the icy castle from the Disney film Frozen, while the parade unit for the Disney film Cinderella has been redesigned. Making a comeback after being retired in July 2011 is a float inspired by the Disney film Beauty and the Beast.





At the end of the day, it was fun to visit a theme park as a couple. What a memorable journey! I'm looking forward to visiting another Disneyland with my fiance soon. Maybe the role will be different at our next visit. Teehee.



HOW TO GET THERE

Get off at Maihama Station on JR (Japan Railway) Keiyo Line / Musashino Line. Maihama Station is about 15 minutes by train from Tokyo Station. Shuttle bus service from various locations to Tokyo Disneyland also available.

Admission : 7,400 yen


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10 comments

  1. I like Yr hairband and outfit!! 😍 That soft landing is ❤️

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  2. I wish I could go to Tokyo Disneyland again.. such a nice place to visit... syok!

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  3. It's my dream to visit Disneyland, too. One is never too old for Disney! Just love your Minnie Bow Popcorn Bag. I want it too. hehe.

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  4. Babe your Mickey Mouse shirt looks gorgeous! Is that from UNIQLO?
    Disneyland suits you well!

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    1. Nope, it wasn't.
      Oh yeah! I prefer Disneyland than DisneySea.

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  5. I never been to Tokyo Disneyland! My another must go places, I want to see the pretty fireworks at night!

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