SharkTums wrote:I love how much they love the rodents over there! Also, this all looks based on the Ufufy collection.
I always find it funny how much Chip, Dale and Stitch seems to have won over so many fans to be big sellers on so much merchandise in Asia... poor Goofy. A couple of times I've picked up group set packs of something and the 4 pack is: Mickey, Minnie, Donald and Stitch taking the 4th slot. Not an issue for me since Chip, Dale and Stitch are some of my favorite characters that I always try and get a photo with at the parks but I know some friends who got fed up of the overabundance of Stitch. Same people who don't mind all the Chip and Dale though. I can see their point, I really enjoyed the first movie but there was a lot of sequels and tv shows. I still remember the crowd giving the biggest cheer of the night during Fantasmic when he popped out of the hat and his girlfriend zoomed past on a jet-ski.
Heck, a lot of my younger Korean students don't know where he's from since the movies aren't re-run very often and have no idea who Lilo is. They just know of Stitch the character from the abundance of stationery, indoor shoes (I have a pair for work as well for the kindergarten classes) toys and stuffed animals etc.
Oriental Land Company has released full details of the plans for the next anniversary! Tokyo Disney Resort 35th “Happiest Celebration!” begins April 15, 2018, through March 25, 2019, at both Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea.
Both Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea have brand new entertainment debuting during the anniversary.
April 15, 2018: Daytime Parade “Dreaming Up!” at Tokyo Disneyland Features characters and images from Fantasia, Beauty and the Beast, Peter Pan, Big Hero Six, and more.
April 15, 2018: Re-opening of “it’s a small world” in Fantasyland Features around 40 new characters from various Disney films (Frozen, Alice in Wonderland, Cinderella, Peter Pan, Tangled, Mulan, Aladdin, and The Lion King) This attraction will offer the Disney FastPass
April 15, 2018, to March 25, 2019: Special 35th Anniversary Greeting on the harbor at Tokyo DisneySea
July 10, 2018: New nighttime projection show “Celebrate! Tokyo Disneyland” debuts at Cinderella Castle at Tokyo Disneyland
July 10, 2018: A brand new show debuts at Theater Orleans at Tokyo Disneyland. Replacement for “Minnie Oh! Minnie” that ends March 19, 2018
July 10, 2018: A brand new show debuts at Dockside Stage at Tokyo DisneySea Replaces the current show “Steps to Shine” which ends March 19, 2018
January 11, 2019, to March 25, 2019: Tokyo Disney Resort 35th “Happiest Celebration!” Grand Finale
Will be the first time I'm going to a Disney year-long celebration. Can't imagine how long the lines are going to be. Good thing I'm going with a certain group that may or may not start with the letter A
^ Believe it or not, Tokyo Disney is really good with dealing with long lines and huge crowds at both parks. But it's still a bit of an easier visit if you can go on a weekday, rather than the weekend.
Tokyo Disney Resort has announced details of its new Pixar Playtime event. Running January 11 – March 19, 2018, at DisneySea, the event includes Pixar-themed games, character greetings, and new food and merchandise. Fun and Games
This winter, Tokyo DisneySea will host Pixar Playtime, a celebration of Pixar Studios with a competitive twist. New gaming booths themed to different Pixar movies will host fun challenges for guests of all ages. Booths will include a miniature version of the house from Up, a Cars pitstop, and the kitchen from Ratatouille. There is no word on any prizes yet, but during the summer’s Natsu Matsuri event gaming booths offered summer-themed prizes, so we’ll wait and see what Pixar Playtime has in store…
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