Erik Johnson Posted January 19, 2020 Share Posted January 19, 2020 I finally was able to visit the Tokyo Disney Resort last October as part of the TPR Japan trip. My #1 Theme Park goal has been Tokyo Disney for quite a few years now especially since I found about the existence of Disney Sea. After many false starts, I was able to finally make it there and it did not disappoint. I am going through many photos and I promise not to post all of them, though there still will probably be too many, lol. Anyways let us start: Tokyo Disneyland Part 1: Yes, I am beyond excited! Good morning Mickey! Maybe he is not a early morning rodent. The Grand Ambassador Hotel does look nice. It is a good ides to get to Disneyland early, though it only took about 5 minutes to get through the gates once they were open. My ticket for fun! I started with Tokyo Disneyland first. It was recommended that I went over to Monsters Inc. first to grab a fast pass. I believe that this is still the most popular ride in the park. Well, we all knew where I probably was going to go for my first ride of the day. Pooh’s Hunny Hunt. I think the queue was more around the 15-20 minute range. There were a few cute items in the queue. Sorry for the lack of on ride photos. I just wanted take it all in. Sure, I still have time until my fast pass is ready. The building is sure colorful. The loading area is also full off color. Oh, the have the Disney characters on this version too. I hope that Orlando does this in the future. Hello there Moana! Another Small World credit done. Our fastpass is ready, let us head on over. The dome in the queue had some monsterific artwork. Hi there! My Monster Buggy Arrives It is Halloween time in the parks. Oh yeah, popcorn. I had to try as many popcorn stands while I was here. Honey was the first one. The honey flavoring was very light. I honestly could have used a bit more flavoring. Monsters Inc. Time! Hi there Space Mountain!! Yay! Space Mountain! This walkway into Tomorrowland really reminds me of how Orlando’s used to look like in the 1980’s. Is this how California’s version used to be? I approve of this sponsor. AKA The Chicken Exit. These rides are fun. Oooooooooo. Time for breakfast. Making the waffles. This was extra yummy! Oh, Frontierland has a slightly different name here. Ooooo, Splash Mountain. We will come back to you later. Again, all kinds of Halloween theming all over the park. I have to admit that I am not the biggest parade fan, but I ended up watching all of the parades, some more than once, while at the resort. Chip. Dale is on the other side. The costumes and floats were extremely top notch. Yeah, you know you have an awesome ride here. Not the best picture, but you can still see all the detail that goes into one of these parade floats. Oh wow a Big Hero Six float? I love Big Hero Six! Ok, it is time for this. I have done the one out in California before so I am looking forward to this. It did not disappoint. My guess is this version would be like if they did it in Orlando since the Tokyo Mansion is very similar to the Orlando one. Sponsored by a beer company? It looks very similar to the one in California. That is a good thing. Queue artwork. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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