Tokyo Disneyland
Tokyo Disneyland
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8:00 AM - 10:00 PM
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8:00 AM - 10:00 PM
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8:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Wednesday
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Thursday
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Friday
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM
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8:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Sunday
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM
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Tokyo Disneyland—the Kingdom of Dreams and Magic. This is one of the world’s largest theme park with great access from central Tokyo, located only 15 minutes away by train from Tokyo Station. You’ll find numerous exciting attractions that will sweep you away into the world of the Disney films, enthralling entertainment that will take your breath away, adorable food and merchandise themed to the Disney Characters, and so much more. Don’t miss this opportunity to spend an amazing day at a Disney theme park that you won’t find anywhere else!
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  • 0charli
    Melbourne, Australia10 contributions
    Japan does it better
    I've been to Tokyo Disney Resort (TDR) several times now and these are my favorite Disney parks. TDR is not run by Disney, but by the Oriental Land Co., and this is probably a contributing factor. A definite Japanese spin on park management. A few things to note right out of the gate. Plan, plan, plan. If you want to get on all the rides, try to be there before rope drop. Figure out what rides you want to go on first - aim for big ticket items (Pooh's Hunny Hunt, Space Mountain, Big Thunder Mountain), get a fast pass for one then sprint like an Olympian to another and get in line. Your first 60 minutes should be a frenzy round. Be warned, the Japanese park-goers do not mess around with fastpasses. Big ticket rides can have their FP's wiped out within a couple hours on a medium capacity day. If you can, stay the night and / or purchase a vacation package (lots of extra inclusions like fast passes and show tickets) which really help in getting the most out of the day(s). Make sure you check the schedule if you want to see shows or meet characters, because the lines start early and get long. Ride maintenance is posted online clearly in advance, so take a look at that beforehand to make sure anything you want to see will be open. TDR takes ride safety very seriously, so there are always rides closed for maintenance. Something I've really noticed here is how popular these parks are with adults. If you're with a group of friends or solo it doesn't feel weird to be there without kids. It doesn't feel so "family fun time only" as some US parks do, Tokyo Disney is for ALL ages. It's also quite a popular thing for groups of friends to wear matching outfits...literally identical items of clothing, it's pretty cute. If you plan it right, 1 day at Disneyland and 1 day at DisneySea should be enough. There are different ticketing options available, take a look on the website. Try to avoid going on weekends, Tokyo Disney is considered "a locals park". High rate of annual pass users who live locally, this means weekends, public holidays and school holidays are crazy busy. Outside of those times you likely won't need to buy a ticket in advance as long as you are there for opening. If you plan on dining at a table service restaurant (Blue Bayou etc), then you need to book in advance, these bookings open 30 days out.
    Visited October 2019
    Written January 22, 2020
  • Kevin BK Tan
    Singapore, Singapore1,038 contributions
    So much better then HK Disneyland!
    Getting There:- (about 41 mins) (07:06am) Bakurocho Station – take JR Sobu Line Rapid Service for ZUSHI to Tokyo Station (Arrival track no. 1) – then take (Departure track no. 1) JR Musashino Line for FUCHUHOMMACHI to Maihama Station (7:45am) (¥220) This place is much bigger than HK Disneyland and also, so much cleaner and better in terms of the rides, attractions and the F&B that they have on offer. Definitely I will visit this place again!
    Visited December 2019
    Written January 2, 2020
  • Didge432
    Sutherland Shire, Australia487 contributions
    The usual Disney Magic
    We chose Disneyland to go to over Disney Sea as we wanted the traditional Disney experience (not enough time to do both). The park is a little smaller than the one in LA which is not a bad thing. We also carefully chose which day to go by looking at the various crowd heat maps available and for once it appeared spot on. Also check which rides and attractions are closed - this also helped us to decide to do Disneyland as DisneySea did have some major ride closures on the day we were looking at. We arrived an hour before opening and there was already a very long queue to get in. We managed our fast passes very efficiently throughout the day and were intrigued by the amount of parades and shows the park has but also with the amount of people who queue and wait for hours for these parades and shows (great if you like rides!) Tips: 1. Try and go straight to Poohs Honey Hut and get a fast pass or if you’re quick enough go straight on the ride. No other Disney has this ride and even as an adult, I thought it was fantastic. 2. Stay as late as you can. That last hour between 9pm and 10pm, we just went straight on a number of rides. 3. Belles Castle is opening April 2020. We saw some of the construction and this new part of the park is going to draw in the crowds for sure. We would love to come back and see this some day.
    Visited January 2020
    Traveled with family
    Written January 11, 2020
  • Alexandra
    London, United Kingdom7 contributions
    200+ minutes waiting for EACH main attractions
    This was the third Disneyland I had been to, the layout is very similar to the Orlando one. However, the management of the facilities is an absolute disaster. . There is a website which predicts the busy-ness of each day. We deliberately chose the one which meant to be less busy to avoid huge crowds. I was aware of the option to get a FastPass, however, by 10 am all fast passes were already given away and we managed only to get one for the Star Wars for 6 pm. This ride was very similar to the one at the other Disneyland and to be fair the attractions themselves very good. If you only could access them. . By 10:30 am the facility was so much crowded, so you could not really distinct if you were in a queue or just walking around. There were 150-200+ minutes queues outside each main attraction, even before you get inside for another queue. Some of them were 10 people deep, which made it literally a huge crowd standing on each other's heads. . Both in Florida and Paris, you could see plenty of characters walking around, most of the time, you could take pictures with them straight away. In Disneyland Tokyo, we had to queue for 75 minutes to take a picture with Mickey! The staff was rushing everyone and only one picture for the group was allowed. Bizarre. 30 minutes wait for the ladies toilet; 25 for the popcorn; local food place was so busy, so people were standing behind the chairs waiting for the others to finish their meals, so they could finally have some dining space; . Splash Mountain 180-200 minutes waiting; Big Thunder Mountain 180 minutes; Pooh's Hunny Hunt 180 minutes; Monsters Inc 150 minutes. . People were sitting on the cold concrete for an hour to observe the parade. The staff could not properly explain in English where and how you could meet the characters. I would expect them to speak at least better English, considering how international this attraction is. . On top of everything else, the main castle was covered in scaffoldings, which made pictures look ugly. Personally, I would very much question the safety and security procedures of this place. I don't see how they would be able to evacuate all those people should such necessity arises. Very much keen to ask Disney for the whole refund for such terrible experience.
    Visited December 2019
    Written January 4, 2020
  • Roslyn T
    Perth, Australia101 contributions
    Very over rated
    This was extremely disappointing, the lines 120 + minutes for a ride or any show. The street parades allowed for some to sit but this included collapsing of prams in the space allowing for less people in the very small areas, attendants just wanted to move you on and no English speaking so had no idea where we could stand to watch the street parade. Queuing for food or toilets was 30 mins. There needs to be a limit on tickets sold each day for you to enjoy the park. Many other attractions in Japan that I would recommend before this. Very dismal compared to what the USA has to offer.
    Visited January 2020
    Traveled with family
    Written January 1, 2020
  • kate3862
    Grenoble, France102 contributions
    Horrible communication
    We bought 3 day passports tickets earlier in February for March. When Disney closed we tried to get the refund. No email sent to guests who booked already, nothing on the website. They announce everyday day that a web form will be available soon but keep pushing the date foward. It will be soon 1 month since they closed and still no possibility to get refund, the lack of communication for such a big company is really disappointing.
    Visited March 2020
    Traveled as a couple
    Written March 20, 2020
  • Single Mum Travels
    Canberra, Australia171 contributions
    Disney
    Great day out it was a pity the castle is getting refurb but we still got some good photos of it. We headed to the Crystal Palace Restaurant for a late lunch/early dinner as they offered a buffet for 90min it only cost me $5100 yen for both of us. This disney is great and look forward to going again in the future.
    Visited January 2020
    Written February 9, 2020
  • NICHOLAS T
    Dubai, United Arab Emirates5,778 contributions
    Busy, but a lot of fun...!
    We were expecting it to be quiet on a Wednesday during school term but the place was pretty busy, with queues of over an hour on the bigger rides. However, plenty of the rides had short queues, the parade we saw was fantastic, the sun shone and it was altogether a great day out. The park is only 20 minutes on the train from Tokyo station in the center of the city so it is very easy to access. Loads of guests had made the effort to dress up for the day, which added to the occasion. On the downside, the towers on the main palace are covered in scaffolding and a new attraction - beauty and the beast, which looked spectacular - is not yet open. An excellent and reasonable value day out...
    Visited February 2020
    Traveled as a couple
    Written February 18, 2020
  • Setting Sun
    Mumbai, India40 contributions
    Caters mainly to the Japanese crowd
    I visited Tokyo Disneyland in the evening. The rides were fun, staff were generally helpful but at times strange/ uncomfortable. Many can't speak English and nod their heads with a smile and laugh which only makes it weird. I found the place lacked soul (of disney cartoons) in general. Visually it brought back childhood memories but I couldn't get absorbed in it because it's mainly tailored to the Japanese people. I'd advise visitors to try their evening pass to get a good glimpse before visiting for the entire day. They should rename the place to something else, not Disneyland. Good visuals overall though. There was some construction/ repair work going on when I visited in December. Accessibility is highly convenient by train and it gets a bit busy during the closing time, around 10 pm I think.
    Visited December 2019
    Traveled solo
    Written January 8, 2020
  • Rachnah
    Bangkok, Thailand31 contributions
    Too many people, lines were crazy long for everything and we hardly saw and charecters
    Yes we knew it was high season, however the number of people that were allowed to enter was unreal. The park could hold this amound but the attractions couldn't. Even to buy popcorn you needed to wait for 45 minutes. The attractions were OK but far from the best one we have been in before. There were not enough entertainment on the crosswords and it dodn't feel like Disnet at all. Last, it is winter and cold - heaters in the 90-120 minutes lines would of been nice! Don't go in high seasons!
    Visited December 2019
    Written January 1, 2020
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Alexandra
London, UK7 contributions
Dec 2019
This was the third Disneyland I had been to, the layout is very similar to the Orlando one. However, the management of the facilities is an absolute disaster.
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There is a website which predicts the busy-ness of each day. We deliberately chose the one which meant to be less busy to avoid huge crowds. I was aware of the option to get a FastPass, however, by 10 am all fast passes were already given away and we managed only to get one for the Star Wars for 6 pm. This ride was very similar to the one at the other Disneyland and to be fair the attractions themselves very good. If you only could access them.
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By 10:30 am the facility was so much crowded, so you could not really distinct if you were in a queue or just walking around. There were 150-200+ minutes queues outside each main attraction, even before you get inside for another queue. Some of them were 10 people deep, which made it literally a huge crowd standing on each other's heads.
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Both in Florida and Paris, you could see plenty of characters walking around, most of the time, you could take pictures with them straight away. In Disneyland Tokyo, we had to queue for 75 minutes to take a picture with Mickey! The staff was rushing everyone and only one picture for the group was allowed. Bizarre.

30 minutes wait for the ladies toilet;
25 for the popcorn;
local food place was so busy, so people were standing behind the chairs waiting for the others to finish their meals, so they could finally have some dining space;
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Splash Mountain 180-200 minutes waiting;
Big Thunder Mountain 180 minutes;
Pooh's Hunny Hunt 180 minutes;
Monsters Inc 150 minutes.
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People were sitting on the cold concrete for an hour to observe the parade. The staff could not properly explain in English where and how you could meet the characters. I would expect them to speak at least better English, considering how international this attraction is.
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On top of everything else, the main castle was covered in scaffoldings, which made pictures look ugly.

Personally, I would very much question the safety and security procedures of this place. I don't see how they would be able to evacuate all those people should such necessity arises.

Very much keen to ask Disney for the whole refund for such terrible experience.
Written January 4, 2020
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Roslyn T
Perth, Australia101 contributions
Jan 2020 • Family
This was extremely disappointing, the lines 120 + minutes for a ride or any show. The street parades allowed for some to sit but this included collapsing of prams in the space allowing for less people in the very small areas, attendants just wanted to move you on and no English speaking so had no idea where we could stand to watch the street parade. Queuing for food or toilets was 30 mins. There needs to be a limit on tickets sold each day for you to enjoy the park. Many other attractions in Japan that I would recommend before this.
Very dismal compared to what the USA has to offer.
Written January 1, 2020
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kate3862
Grenoble, France102 contributions
Mar 2020 • Couples
We bought 3 day passports tickets earlier in February for March. When Disney closed we tried to get the refund. No email sent to guests who booked already, nothing on the website. They announce everyday day that a web form will be available soon but keep pushing the date foward. It will be soon 1 month since they closed and still no possibility to get refund, the lack of communication for such a big company is really disappointing.
Written March 20, 2020
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Single Mum Travels
Canberra, Australia171 contributions
Jan 2020
Great day out it was a pity the castle is getting refurb but we still got some good photos of it. We headed to the Crystal Palace Restaurant for a late lunch/early dinner as they offered a buffet for 90min it only cost me $5100 yen for both of us. This disney is great and look forward to going again in the future.
Written February 9, 2020
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NICHOLAS T
Dubai, United Arab Emirates5,778 contributions
Feb 2020 • Couples
We were expecting it to be quiet on a Wednesday during school term but the place was pretty busy, with queues of over an hour on the bigger rides.

However, plenty of the rides had short queues, the parade we saw was fantastic, the sun shone and it was altogether a great day out.

The park is only 20 minutes on the train from Tokyo station in the center of the city so it is very easy to access.

Loads of guests had made the effort to dress up for the day, which added to the occasion.

On the downside, the towers on the main palace are covered in scaffolding and a new attraction - beauty and the beast, which looked spectacular - is not yet open.

An excellent and reasonable value day out...
Written February 19, 2020
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Setting Sun
Mumbai, India40 contributions
Dec 2019 • Solo
I visited Tokyo Disneyland in the evening. The rides were fun, staff were generally helpful but at times strange/ uncomfortable. Many can't speak English and nod their heads with a smile and laugh which only makes it weird. I found the place lacked soul (of disney cartoons) in general. Visually it brought back childhood memories but I couldn't get absorbed in it because it's mainly tailored to the Japanese people. I'd advise visitors to try their evening pass to get a good glimpse before visiting for the entire day. They should rename the place to something else, not Disneyland. Good visuals overall though. There was some construction/ repair work going on when I visited in December.

Accessibility is highly convenient by train and it gets a bit busy during the closing time, around 10 pm I think.
Written January 9, 2020
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Rachnah
Bangkok, Thailand31 contributions
Dec 2019
Yes we knew it was high season, however the number of people that were allowed to enter was unreal. The park could hold this amound but the attractions couldn't. Even to buy popcorn you needed to wait for 45 minutes.
The attractions were OK but far from the best one we have been in before. There were not enough entertainment on the crosswords and it dodn't feel like Disnet at all.

Last, it is winter and cold - heaters in the 90-120 minutes lines would of been nice!

Don't go in high seasons!
Written January 1, 2020
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dibs0369
Shibuya, Japan149 contributions
Dec 2019 • Family
Tokyo Disneyland is awesome as long as you understand some things you’ll need to know. The first is that lines for popcorn are longer than most rides as popcorn is life in Japan and the buckets are collectibles. Secondly lines for food are also extremely long so it’s recommended you bring snacks or find snack lines that are short, the snacks in the park are amazing!!! The park is beautiful fun and easy to traverse, highly recommend if you are a Disney fan.
Written January 2, 2020
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Navara68
Bangkok, Thailand83 contributions
Jan 2020 • Family
Both parks - Tokyo Disneyland and DisneySea open from 9:00-22:00 during our visit early Jan2020.
For those who be able to plan for 2 whole days to both parks is fantastic! If you have limited time, after 6 pm ticket will allow you to complete both parks even on 1 day. Therefore we would recommend you for 2 days plan. As our trip this time quite tight, we plan after6 ticket for Disneyland 1 day and a full whole day ticket for DisneySea.
The evening ticket allow you to complete plenty of rides as shorter queue than day time and we really had a great time at Disney every single time visit. Please have fun and enjoy your time there. Cheers!
Written January 20, 2020
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ClaireleecherrySFEB
Oakland, CA17 contributions
Aug 2023 • Family
The best Disney experience ever. Clean, kind cast members, a lot of food options, lines are long but move pretty quickly, and rides that are unique to TDL.

It’s Disney in August. Heat and humidity are intense and it was crowded. But the crowd level wasn’t any worse than Anaheim or Orlando.

We did not wait 60+ min lines for the popular rides and splurged on Premier Access. We also utilized the free 40th anniversary priority pass (similar to fast pass).

We did not utilize the Happy Entry 15 (15 min early entry for Disney hotel guests) and went to the park somewhere between 9:30 and 10:30 am. We were able to get one or two priority accesses (free) per day and get priority accesses (paid).

The popcorn buckets are so fun and there are many interesting popcorn flavors.

Shows are based on the lottery system.

IMHO, TDL is a shining example of Disney magic and Japanese efficiency and hospitality.
Written August 11, 2023
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