I visited Tokyo DisneySea last year during my trip to Japan. I had heard and read a few things about the Japanese Disney parks and had read by a few people who had been to all the Disney parks (I know, a dream of mine!) that this was the best of all the parks in the world! I had high hopes after reading this and let me tell you, I was not disappointed! Tokyo DisneySea has some of the best rides and shows of all the parks. I still rate the original Disneyland in Anaheim California as the best, but Tokyo DisneySea is definitely my 2nd favourite park so far!
Tokyo DisneySea Theme Park Entrance. 2015. Photo Credit: K.Allan
So here are my tips and top experiences at Tokyo DisneySea:-
If you haven’t picked up by now that I love Disney, then you haven’t read enough of my blog! So after deciding to visit Japan there was absolutely no way that I was missing out on visiting the 2 Disney theme parks, Tokyo Disneyland and DisneySea. This post is going to focus on the first of the park, Tokyo Disneyland. I was lucky enough to experience Disneyland during Halloween in Japan and whilst it may not be as big of a tradition in Japan compared to the USA, the park spares no expense in really setting the Halloween theme from the moment you walk through the ticket gates, to the villain Halloween themed parades and Halloween treats!
Tokyo Disneyland. 2015. Photo credit: Disneyland Crew Member
So here are my thoughts and tips on visiting Tokyo Disneyland:-
After recently visiting, whenever someone mentions Japan my mind automatically starts picturing images of Tokyo. Like the hustle and bustle of Shibuya Crossing, vending machines lining the streets, bullet trains and subway stations, kimono’s and geisha. But there are a few amazing landmarks and attractions in Tokyo that you definitely need to add to your ‘Tokyo to do list’ for when you visit.
Tokyo Skyline from Tokyo Tower. 2015. Photo Credit: K.Allan
These are 7 must see attractions in Tokyo:- Continue reading
Before I post any blog posts about my trip to Japan focusing on individual places, sites and itineraries I thought I’d share with you guys a photo journal of each day of my trip to give you an idea of what you guys can expect over the coming weeks. I love taking photos of different places and the more photos I take, the better I feel I am getting at photography and the quality is definitely improving! I love going in-depth and sharing with you guys exactly what I love (and didn’t love), but I also know that some of my readers are just after a quick lowdown on what to do in a certain country/city.
So here is a my Japan itinerary summed up in photographs:-