^ Great site! Thanks for sharing the link there. And yeah, I'm bummed out too that Alice won't happen, either. That seems to be a pretty elusive attraction to clone, after all these years. Hopefully, one of these years, they're going to create a trackless, multi level, interactive dark ride... Down the Rabbit Hole or Through The Looking Glass.
Nrthwnd wrote:^ Great site! Thanks for sharing the link there. And yeah, I'm bummed out too that Alice won't happen, either. That seems to be a pretty elusive attraction to clone, after all these years. Hopefully, one of these years, they're going to create a trackless, multi level, interactive dark ride... Down the Rabbit Hole or Through The Looking Glass.
Yeah, I'm a huge fan of (the original!) Alice in Wonderland, and the ride in Disneyland. It would be awesome to get to experience a new modern attraction based on the original movie. I say again: Tim Burton characters stay in Shanghai! This was not meant for you.
"The Tower of Terror is a thrill ride in the American Waterfront port of call in Tokyo DisneySea. Unlike its American counterpart, its theme is not based on The Twilight Zone. But, has its own storyline that fits with the American Waterfront.
During the winter months (January to the beginning of March) at Tokyo Disney Resort — the slowest time of the year — a special limited time version called Tower of Terror: Level 13 “Shadow of Shiriki” takes over the attraction."
The newest restaurant at Tokyo Disneyland opens on March 25, 2017, in Tomorrowland. “Plazma Ray’s Diner” is a new counter service restaurant that takes the place of the former Plaza Restaurant — which closed in January 2017. The menu consists of various rice bowls and original packaging.
Plazma Ray is a small alien who owns a chain of restaurants named “Plazma Ray’s Diner” (which is well-known throughout the universe). To expand his restaurant empire, he brings his restaurant to Earth for the first time in Tokyo Disneyland. In this casual setting, his delicious delicacies bring the most fun experience you can have in the galaxy.
Artwork and photos, thanks to TDRexplorer.com
Shrimp/Ochi Chicken-Rice-Bowls. Um....what is Ochi?
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