Tokyo DisneySea

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tokyo disneysea the little mermaid disneyland japan tokyo seaside sea aladdin little italy venice mcducks

tokyo disneysea the little mermaid disneyland japan tokyo seaside sea aladdin little italy venice mcducks

I went to Tokyo DisneySea right after I went to Tokyo Disneyland. I dearly wanted to see both, and I think the main positive of visiting places by yourself (as I did with Disneyland and Sanrio Puroland) is that you can just run around visiting the things you’re most interested in with┬ácomplete disregard to everything else (in my case, anything with a 2 hour queue).

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Disneyland Tokyo

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I spent my last day in Tokyo at Disneyland. Tokyo Disneyland features the same spoke and hub design of the other Disneylands, and roughly the same lands (Tokyo Disneyland is slightly bigger than the one in Paris and smaller than California). Critter Country and Toontown were the two I’d not seen before, and I especially loved Toontown – ‘Who Framed Roger Rabbit?’ is one of my favourites, and the buildings perfectly captured the zany, bonkers feel that the place has in the film.

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