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Tokyo Disney Tours

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Tokyo Disney Tours

Do you plan a trip to Tokyo Disney with your kids? It is located in Urayasu, Chia, Japan. Tokyo Disneyland was opened in 1983, as the first Disney theme park opened outside of the United States. It is modeled after Disneyland in California and Magic Kingdom in Florida. It was originally a single theme park, Tokyo Disneyland, but then developed into a resort with two theme parks, hotels, and a shopping complex. Tokyo DisneySea opened in 2001 and is a fantasy theme park that is inspired by the myths and legends of the sea. Both theme parks are suitable for all ages, but Tokyo DisneySea may appeal more to grownups as it includes a wider variety of table service restaurants and serving alcoholic beverages.


Tokyo Disneyland and Disneysea Tours

Tokyo Disney Resort has two theme parks, Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea. There are many hotels, shops, theaters and restaurants around the parks. Ikspiari is a shopping mall at Tokyo Disney Resort featuring more than a hundred shops, restaurants, cafes, bars, as well as a cinema.

Tokyo Disneyland is similar to those who have visited the California Disneyland, as there are six different areas known for their own unique theme, with rides and attractions, restaurants, and shops. At Tokyo DisneySea, it features a nautical theme, with ports instead of lands like at Disneyland. Each port has its own unique theme with attractions, restaurants, and shops offering a more scenic and picturesque view. You get a chance to meet all your favorite Disney characters.

Ticket Prices and Booking:
Tickets may be purchased on the day of the visit at the ticket booths in the front of the park. Guests staying at the Disney Hotels or Official Hotels may also purchase tickets at their hotels or the welcome center in front of JR Maihama Station. You can purchase tickets in advance at designated ticket booths at the resort or on the resort's official website. It is best to buy tickets in advance if possible, as tickets occasionally sell out.

Advance tickets are available as a fixed date, which can be purchased 2 months in advance or open date tickets which are valid for one year from purchase date. They have a few options for park tickets available for purchase depending on how many days you will be visiting or staying. Prices range from adults (ages 18 and over), Juniors (Ages 12 to 17) and Children (ages 4 to 11), and Seniors (ages 65 and over).

If you are visiting the park for just one day, you can purchase the 1-Day Passport, where you can visit either Tokyo Disneyland or Tokyo DisneySea for one day.
Adult: ¥7,500 (~69 USD) Junior: ¥6,500 (~60 USD) Child: ¥4,900 (~45 USD)
Senior Passport (One Day, One Park): ¥6,800 (~63 USD)

The Starlight Passport is a ticket for use from 3:00 PM on weekends and holidays. You can purchase it to visit Tokyo Disneyland or Tokyo DisneySea, from 3:00 PM on Saturdays, Sundays, or Japanese national holidays.
Adult: ¥5,500 (~51 USD) Junior: ¥4,800 (~45 USD) Child: ¥3,600 (~34 USD)

The After 6 Passport is for use from 6:00 PM on weekdays. You can visit either Tokyo Disneyland or Tokyo DisneySea with this ticket.
Adult, Junior, Child: ¥4,300 (~40 USD)

The 3-Day Magic Passport lets you enjoy both Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea for 3 consecutive days. Only on the third day, you can visit both parks as you would like, the admission for the first and second day is not valid for both parks.
Adult: ¥18,100 (~167 USD) Junior: ¥15,800 (~145 USD) Child ¥11,800 (~109 USD)

The 4-Day Magic Passport lets you enjoy both Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea for 4 consecutive days. Only on the third and fourth day, you can visit both parks as you would like, the admission is for one park on the first and second day.
Adult: ¥22,800 (~210 USD) Junior: ¥19,800 (~182 USD) Child: ¥14,800 (~136 USD)

Opening Hours:
Tokyo Disney Resort is open year-round, especially during the spring and autumn when the temperatures are most pleasant. The peak seasons are during the holidays, weekends, school holidays, and Japanese national holidays when it is the most crowded. The park operation hours depend on the time of the year. Here is the link to the calendar with the hours for both theme parks.
The theme parks offer seasonal events various times throughout the year, including the biggest events for Halloween and Christmas. Ikspiari Shopping Mall in Tokyo Disney Resort is opened from 10:00 AM to 23:00. Most shops are opened to around 21:00.

Restaurants in Disney: In Tokyo Disneyland, there are around 47 restaurants and cafes located in Tokyo Disneyland that range from snacks to a full meal and buffet. In Tokyo DisneySea, there are around 38 restaurants and cafes located in the theme park that vary from snacks, appetizers, full-course meals, and lunch or dinners. The restaurants have more focus on regional cuisine rather than American theme-park food. There are many options to choose from to eat depending on your preferences. 

Surrounding Hotels:
There are many hotels around Tokyo Disney Resort and they come at all price ranges. The main hotels that surround Tokyo Disney Resort are Tokyo Disneyland Hotel, Disney Ambassador Hotel, Tokyo DisneySea Hotel MiraCosta, and Tokyo Disney Celebration Hotel. It is recommended to book 6 months in advance. You can also book the Tokyo Disney Resort Vacation Package, which includes hotel stays, special theme park tickets, and Disney's FASTPASS tickets.

Disney Hotels: Disney Hotels are located on the resort grounds which are the most convenient and popular hotels. The hotels include Disney Ambassador Hotel, Tokyo DisneySea Hotel MiraCosta, Tokyo Disneyland Hotel, which are all Deluxe Type hotels with guest benefits.

Tokyo Disney Celebration Hotel is a Disney hotel, but unlike the other hotels, it is located outside the Disney Resort grounds. It is around a 15-minute shuttle bus ride and is considered a value type hotel with some guest benefits.

For guests staying at a Disney Hotel, they will receive a variety of benefits depending. The benefits include complimentary monorail passes or shuttle bus rides, pre check-in service at JR Maihama Station with baggage delivery service, purchase of park tickets that guarantee park entry, etc. The room amenities have exclusive designs of the Disney characters to the unique ambiance of Disney throughout the hotel will allow the guests to experience and immerse themselves in the world of Disney and the parks.

Disney Resort Official Hotels: Tokyo Disney Resort Official Hotels are located on the resort grounds near Bayside Station of the monorail line. The hotels include Tokyo Bay Maihama Hotel First Resort, Sheraton Grande Tokyo Bay Hotel, Tokyo Bay Maihama Hotel, Tokyo Bay Maihama Hotel Club Resort, Hilton Tokyo Bay, and Tokyo Okura Tokyo Bay. Guests can receive benefits that include complimentary shuttle bus service between hotel to Bayside Station, complimentary baggage delivery to the hotel from JR Maihama Station, and purchase of tickets that guarantee entry to the park.

Tokyo Disney Resort Partner Hotels: They are located off the park grounds. The hotels include Urayasu Brighton Hotel Tokyo Bay, Oriental Hotel Tokyo Bay, Hotel Emion Tokyo Bay, and Mitsui Garden Hotel Prana Toko Bay. These hotels are near the Disney area but aren't as deluxe as the Disney hotels. There is a complimentary shuttle bus service to and from the resort.

Public Transportation
Getting to Tokyo Disney Resort (Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea):
You will take the JR (Japan Railway) Keiyo Line or Musashino Line and get off at Maihama Station. Maihama Station is around 15 minutes away from Tokyo Station. There are also buses from airports and major train stations to Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea.

Tokyo Disneyland is a five-minute walk from the JR Maihama Station. It can also be reached by taking the Disney Resort Monorail to Tokyo Disneyland Station.

Tokyo DisneySea is 10 minutes away by taking the Disney Resort Monorail to the Tokyo DisneySea Station (260 yen). You could also walk from the station to the park, which is around 20 minutes.

To get to Ikspiari, it will be right outside the Maihama Station, very close to Disney Ambassador Hotel.

Tokyo Disneyland and DisneySea

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Most Frequently Asked Questions

  • Where else in East Asia is there another Disneyland?
    In addition to Tokyo Disneyland, Hong Kong and Shanghai are the other locations with Disneyland. Tokyo Disneyland was built the earliest of the three located in Asia. It is recommended that you visit all three Disney locations at once if you can.
  • Can you purchase a ticket together for Disneyland and DisneySea in Tokyo?
    No, you need to purchase separate tickets for these two Disney theme parks. Please note, DisneySea is not suitable for younger children, as it would be best for them to just visit Disneyland. DisneySea is the world's first Disneyland water park and is more suitable for adults.
  • Can your private transfer drop me off in the morning and pick us up in the evening?
    Our transfer service can provide pickup and drop-off services. In this case, it is recommended that you have a car transfer service for one day. Our private driver will pick you up from the hotel lobby you are staying at in the morning. Please note that our transfer service is for a 10 hour day, as there will be an additional fee for hours more than 10. It is recommended for us to pick you up in the evening, at the end of the day, depending on when your pickup time was.
  • Do Tokyo Disneyland and DisneySea tickets need to be booked in advance?
    Yes, it can be purchased in advance. Our Japan travel agency provides a service to purchase Disney tickets. The ticket price is 7,400 yen. You can also purchase a ticket on the spot at the ticket box office at the entrance of Disney. Many Family Marts in Tokyo have ticket machines, but they will need to be purchased in cash.
  • Are there many restaurants in Tokyo Disneyland?
    There are dozens of restaurants in Disneyland and DisneySea. Various foods are available, so you do not bring food when entering the park. When you enter the park, there will be a simple security bag check, as bottled water can be brought in.
  • When is Tokyo Disneyland the busiest with bigger crowds?
    Japan's public holidays, festivals, and weekends are the busiest times as many Japanese locals come to Disneyland. In addition, the cherry blossom season is also one of the busiest seasons with many tourists visiting. It is also important to avoid the traditional Spring Festival, also known as Lunar New Year in East Asia, usually taking place around the end of January to early February. Please note there will be many tourists visiting on public holidays in China and Korea.
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