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Tokyo Disneyland

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4.6 (102678)

1-1 Maihama, Urayasu, Chiba 279-0031, Japan

Tokyo offshoot of the iconic theme park known for its rides, live shows & costumed characters.

hourglassDuration: 08h00min

phone+81 45-330-5211
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Mondays: 8:00 AM – 10:00 PM

Tuesdays: 8:00 AM – 10:00 PM

Wednesdays: 8:00 AM – 10:00 PM

Thursdays: 8:00 AM – 10:00 PM

Fridays: 8:00 AM – 10:00 PM

Saturdays: 8:00 AM – 10:00 PM

Sundays: 8:00 AM – 10:00 PM

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Nicholas Dittmar a week ago

Really cool place but they unfortunately don’t offer rain checks which is why they are getting 4 stars. I could only handle about 20 minutes. I would have came the next day so I could stay longer and enjoy this place like it deserves but I’m not paying for two tickets.

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Montoria Miller a month ago

It was a great experience for sure! The line going in was long which is to be expected for any Disney park you go to in the world. The food was reasonably priced and very good! I suggest bringing your own food if you can. The train is the best option to get there! Tickets are not easy to buy online but try to buy the day of, that works for me.

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Dan G a month ago

A fun attraction that is a must do if in Tokyo. The lines were not very long during this time of year but was still fairly busy. Small theme park compared to the states, but still worth the visit. If you stay at the resort hotels, it is easy to get to and from the parks with the monorail system, very convenient. It is also easily accessible via train if staying off site. Lots of places to eat.

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designerdas 2 months ago

Tokyo Disneyland is a fantastic destination, especially during New Year's. Despite its close proximity (just 90 minutes from home), we opted to visit early and stay until night, creating a magical experience. The park was bustling with crowds, and we had to utilize lockers (900 yen/24hrs) for our large bags located a bit far from the main entrance. With a 5-year-old in tow, navigating the various attractions proved challenging due to varying wait times (ranging from 180 to 30 minutes). Despite this, the evening electrical parade left us with unforgettable memories. Tokyo Disneyland is a must-visit, offering a unique and enchanting experience for families.

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Kenneth Lai 2 months ago

My recent visit to Tokyo Disneyland during the New Year was nothing short of magical. The park, adorned with festive decorations, truly captured the spirit of the season, making it a perfect destination to ring in the New Year. One of the most remarkable aspects of Tokyo Disneyland is the exceptional service provided by the staff. Every staff member I encountered was not only friendly but also went out of their way to ensure that each guest had a memorable experience. Their attention to detail and dedication to guest satisfaction is commendable and added significantly to the overall enjoyment of my visit. The New Year celebrations at Tokyo Disneyland are a unique blend of traditional Japanese customs and Disney magic. The special events and shows put together for the occasion were fantastic, with vibrant performances and stunning fireworks that lit up the night sky, creating an enchanting atmosphere. Additionally, the rides and attractions were as enjoyable as ever, with each one meticulously maintained and operated. The cleanliness and organization throughout the park were impressive, even with the large holiday crowds. The variety and quality of food available were also noteworthy, with a range of options catering to different tastes and preferences. Overall, Tokyo Disneyland during the New Year is an experience I would highly recommend. The combination of friendly staff, festive atmosphere, thrilling rides, and cultural celebrations makes it a must-visit destination.