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Tokyo Disneysea

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I don’t think there’s a topic on this park yet. This may well be the most beautiful theme park out there! The theming is just next level, it’s such a pretty park I am very glad I took the day to go.

That said you probably don’t need more than a day. I hear they are expanding the park in 2022 with a new ‘port’, themed on tangled, frozen and Peter Pan, so that should help with the crowding.

 

Some of the food options were very memorable including garlic shrimp popcorn and potato churros.

 

Journey to the centre of the earth was a fun ride, and both Indiana Jones rides were quite dull, so it will be interesting to hear what rides the new port will have! Great excuse to go back 😂

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I totally agree with you, this was my first Disney Park and its beauty just amazed though before I had only been to the likes of Merlin Parks, since then I haven't been bothered to return to a Merlin park because the attention to detail is next level! I'm so excited for all their expansion plans, soaring next year, Tangled land, Peter Pan Land, Frozen Land. I've also experienced Tokyo Disneyland and I must say you can tell its different because they just put so much into everything I'm so excited for the beauty and the beast ride coming to Tokyo Disneyland the animatronics look like they are pulled from the film!

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Went the first time in Nov and fell I Love with Disneysea - it just has that atmospheric magic and sense of place that is in the air and palpable. The park itself is it's own 'mega-attraction' and what I mean by that is I could spend a full day there not doing a single ride, and I could still have a great day, soaking it in, exploring etc. 

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12 hours ago, Ivsetti said:

Oh. My. God. And M£rlin think for some reason they'll catch up to something as beautiful and well planned as this.

 

ste193's a bit extreme in never returning to a M£rlin park because when planned well (literally just a non-busy time of the year/week) they can still be a good day out but Tokyo Disneysea certainly looks like a bucket list type place even if it didn't have any coasters/ flat rides. 

 

 

 

I mean, its literally the most pointless comparison to make. 

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