Tokyo Disneyland, Urayasu

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The first Disney theme park outside of the United States, Tokyo Disneyland opened in 1983 to provide the same magic and fun that makes Disney World famous. The park contains seven sections: a World Bazaar, the four classic Disney worlds (Westernland, Tomorrowland, Fantasyland, and Adventureland), Critter Country, and Mickey’s Toontown. Featuring many of the beloved rides and attractions based on Disney’s classic films, the park draws tremendous crowds. Research tickets in advance and wear comfortable shoes to navigate the park’s vast open spaces. Plan to see Tokyo Disneyland and other attractions that appeal to you using our Urayasu journey planner.
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  • This is the first time to go to Disney, although the heat of the design will be in line, but the queue is very smooth and happy (perhaps everyone is orderly?), and it is convenient to watch the mobile app to control the queue time. It was originally a trip to Christmas and the fireworks, because when the wind was too big both canceled, this part is full of disappointment, so the next time to go before you may need to check the wind speed, to avoid such a pity. XD
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  • I loved. everything is very clean and with the fast pass you do not take anything to enjoy the games  more »
  • The parades here were by far the best I've ever seen. As an avid Disney fan, and having Disney World in my back yard, I'm often spoiled to theme park magic. This park did it for me, and gave me all th...  more »
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  • The best Disneyland in the world in terms of facility, location, atmosphere, staffs attentiveness, and consideration among fellow visitors!!!!! However, we visited during the golden week so it was VERY packed. Line for some rides could really go up to 3 hours. Make sure you purchase tickets online prior to the trip to save the hassle and the time. It is best to stay at hotels around the park as it is located quite a distance from Tokyo. However as expected, management still able to maintain the place spotlessly clean. Staffs are very helpful and friendly (as with most places in Japan).
  • Beautiful theme park with exciting rides and energetic shows aside, it was the human touch that left a lasting impressive experience. Roaming concierge helpfully appeared voluntarily when we looked lost. All questions were met with cheerful replies by every one of the highly trained resort staffs. No questions were too hard, a quick message to control centre and even the toughest questions were answered in seconds. Wow. I witnessed staff members picking up litters constantly, and even saw someone buffing the exterior of a dustbin! That's the length they go to in order to make visitors feel welcomed. When a member of our group lost a phone, we got it back without fuss even though much time had passed, full credit to the efficient team including Miss Nakajima at Space Mountain who retrieved the lost phone. I don't like theme parks at all. But I'll make a special exception for Tokyo Disneyland because of the dedicated people
  • Awesome rides, although some rides were closed (it's a small world, big thunder mountain, and one more) if you're visiting on a weekday, lines are shorter than weekends. Food is 6/10. If you want to ride as many rides as possible without waiting a lot, go to the park super early/ wait until night when everybody goes home. Staff very nice, and if you can't read/hear/speak Japanese, good luck.
  • Tokyo Disney Land always make people happy. It is a amazing place. it is like different world from real world. Everything is like sweet dream. Every stuffs are high quality . They always smile and be nice to people. If you ask something, they would try to do their best. The rides and foods are also wonderful.There are many kind of rides and these are very fun. The foods which are sold in Tokyo Disney Land are unique and good. The foods look so cute. There are a lot of places to take the pictures. When I went to Tokyo Disney Land, I took many pictures and had fun. If it is rainy day, many characters come there and take a picture with people. People who work in Tokyo Disney Land are great. also a lot of rides and foods are so good. There are many spots and characters for photo. You never get bored if you go there.Tokyo Disney Land is a pace that people definitely have fun and be happy.
  • Such a magical place. Wish we could've stayed longer. Because it was so busy and the queues for the rides were almost 2 hours wait, we didn't get to go on many rides. It was still fun though!

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Where to stay in Urayasu

Visitors to Urayasu are usually heading to the theme park, which itself offers a number of hotels within its expansive grounds, with some fairly standard options sitting alongside showstopping luxury accommodations. But day trips to the theme park from other districts across the capital remain the done thing by most who visit Urayasu, with the park easily accessible via a number of public transport options. The university district to the northeast of the theme park provides a few hotels, including both budget and mid-range options.
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