Put your worries aside for a day and enjoy Disneyland Tokyo

Being a kid of a day is one of the best moment in my life. Speaking of cute stuff, Disneyland in Tokyo has pretty much alot of cute vibes! This post is dedicated solely on Disneyland, so if you ain’t interested, you can always skip this post. *hahaha* Disney Iconic Castle – Cinderella fairy tale hall You will be greeted by one of the Disneyland Resort building and a bridge that leads to the theme park.


I can see one part of the Disneyland Resort just outside the station.




I love the cute windows of Disneyland train



I know that being in this wonderland, there’s way too many things to be captured through my lens. It is a wonderland that I want to remember.

Mickey Mouse has a huge passport! Even bigger than me!!!




Disneyland Tokyo is segmented into 7 different themes. I managed to walk through all, however not all segments will be featured in this post. During this Japan trip, I planned my Disneyland day out to coincide with Easter’s festival! Which means that the theme park was beautifully decorated with tons of easter eggs. Some of them I can see the unique distinct character signature painted on it.

World Bazaar

World Bazaar is the first segment just at the entrance where there’s a number of stores!


Just outside the World Bazaar, there’s a grass patch with Mickey’s face on it! This





This is a ride that aims to let riders feel as though they are flying up high in the sky.




My sister and I wanted to ride the Space Mountain but the queue was way too long. We were told to expect about 3-4hours wait for this ride and decided to use the FastPass ticketing machine for this. It was about 11.30am when we got our tickets. But what was shocking was the time that we were scheduled to return for the ride was around 4.00pm.


Mickey welcoming me to Toon Town.





Wanna play golf ?





Goofy’s Paint ‘n’ Play House. Ain’t this cute?!





Goofy mail box and a car. I assume its his car~






It would be better to queue for family-friendly rides. The queues were much shorter.

Gadget’s Go Coaster

Gadget’s Go Coaster – Speedy short sweet ride for people with faint heart.

This is also a family-friendly high speed roller-coaster and even then, the queue was about an hour. *Faints* So my conclusion is that if I am going to come back here to play, I will probably want to take a couple of days here since the queues are CRAZILY long. Otherwise, my objective will be to snap photos!! LOL

It looks high and mighty but it ain’t that high.





Roger Rabbit’s Car Toon Spin

Roger Rabbits – Car toon spin




And if you don’t know who Roger Rabbit is, this is him. (Image below)

Roger Rabbit 😀







One thing that I always look forward to in Disneyland, it’s “It’s a Small World” ride!! Even though I have taken this ride in a few other Disneylands around the world, I will never get bored of this.



It’s a Small World

One of my all time favourite ride!

Cruising the world in Disneyland


Japan puppets!





Queen of Hearts Banquet Hall

Queen of Hearts – Banquet Hall




Curry Katsu Rice




Disneyland Parade

Do be sure to check out the timing for the parade as you don’t wanna miss it! Before the parade, people will be sitting down before the parade near the designated area. Join them and get a good spot to enjoy the parade.

Same jacket worn by 3 Disney lovers! Everyone is seated waiting for the parade to start.




Goofy, goofy-ing around







Pinocchio and Dumbo





Woody and Alex




Wait genie, I wanna make a wish~~






Princess Jasmine




Rapunzel, Rapunzel, please let your hair down.







Isn’t she cute~





Winnie the Pooh, it’s Winnie the Pooh!




Say Hi~~~ M-I-C-K-E-Y M-O-U-S-E!! Mickey Mouse!




Chip and Dale dancing~~

Pluto in action




Donald & Daisy Duck doing the waves.




There’s Tigger






Western River Railroad

I believe that rides with a bigger capacity in their rides have a much shorter wait time. Thus we took this ride that recreates a journey on a steam train while witnessing the wilderness.

Getting on the steam train




I can see animals peeking out from the bushes





I did not take a short cruise with Mark Twain Riverboat, but I was watching it from afar.

I think you can view the shores of the riverbank in this ride.

A day here for me was a tinsy bit short. But if you are not a roller-coaster go-er like me, one day is probably just nice.


Address: 1-1 Maihama, Urayasu, Chiba Prefecture 279-0031, Japan
Nearest Station: Maihama Station

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