JAPAN TRAVEL ITINERARY: TOKYO DISNEY SEA

Theme parks and rides were luxuries that I rarely experience when I was a child. But it did not hinder me from dreaming of a magical, extraordinary place which I later found in Disney Sea. On the day of my birthday, my bestfriend and I celebrated it by fulfilling our childhood dreams.

Here we go! Enter into the world of magic and imagination and let your sense of wander bring you extraordinary fun and adventure!

Disney Sea_Entrance

Disney Sea will inspire you with its amazing attractions that speak a number of ocean tales. You will be surprised by the bombastic rides that will blow your minds away while extremely having fun, and you will get to channel your inner child full of spirit and imagination. That is why we are including Disney Sea on our “Ten Things to Add on your Japan Bucket List”.

As you enter, you will be welcomed by the sight of the Mediterranean Harbor.

The Mediterranean Harbor is the primary location where fireworks and water shows happen. Pro tip: find your strategic spot 30 minutes before the show to capture the best view of the fireworks display and the water effects. You may check the time here.

As you explore the park, you can also see and enjoy the venetian gondolas and other interesting spots that are treats in itself. I feel like, even if I don’t do a single ride I still won’t miss a thing because the scenery inside are too great not to notice.

Of course, what more could be interesting than to try the mind-blowing rides inside. Make your choice, the crazy ones or the relaxed ones. Parents, if you have toddlers with you, there are attractions in the park that are child-friendly. You can take the Disney Sea Electric Railway, the Disney Sea Transit Steamer Line, Caravan Carousel and many more!

For us, here’s what we’ve tried – this is the most adventurous ride that we can get but who cares, we had a great time here just the same.

We went to Disney Sea around eleven in the morning so that was an hour before lunch. After snapping some photos of the place, we then headed to a nearby restaurant for lunch.

The restaurants inside the park were creatively designed to fit Disney Sea’s concept – look!

As for the food, the choices in the park are relatively expensive. So, if you can bring bento boxes or munchies, that would save you some dime on food and can be used for the souvenirs.

Time flies very fast when you are having a great time. As the night gets closer, the attractions and events in the park only get interesting.

But before the day ends, Disney capped our nights with a Fantasmic Show that is like no other!

My magic did not just happen in Disney Sea. When I started dreaming of the great, momentous events that I can create and share in this world, that is when my magic began. Seek that spark within you and together, let us leave sprinkles of color into this magnificent world! Till then…

Disney Sea

Access: You can take the Disney Resort Monorail to Tokyo Disney Sea Station from Maihama Station (10 minutes, 260 yen). It is also accessible by foot from Maihama Station in about 20 minutes.

Admission: 7400 YEN

Operating Hours: Typically from 08:00 AM to 10:00 PM (admission is until 1 hour before closing)

 

What is your own revelation of a magical moment? Share it with us on the comments below.

 

 

 

 

 

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11 Comments

  1. I had no idea Japan had a Disney park in it! wow! It’s interesting to see how they “cartoon-a-fied” the world. Looks like a wacky, yet fun experience.

  2. I love the story. Actually, my beast friend and I once organized such a childish trip to Disneyland Paris for here birthday. I agree there’s no better place to show the years you don’t count them 🙂

  3. Wow, this is news= – I didn’t realise Japan had a Disney Land! I’ve never been to Disney Land (even as a child) and would absolutely love to go. Looks like you had a magical trip!

  4. Disney in Japan looks unreal. I wasn’t expecting it to look so scenic and vivid. I’m keen to visit the Florida Disney but your article has given me other ideas. Also has reminded me to write up my Tokyo post!

  5. I would love to visit the Disney Sea! The first time I went to Disney World in 2013 I was amazed!! So magical and whimsical. When I go to Tokyo this will DEFINITELY be on my list!!

  6. they certainly did a wonderful job in recreating a magical fairyland. The pics are fantastic. I did not get a chance to see this in Tokyo, seems like I missed out.

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