The Globe
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Tokyo DisneySea is the other Disney park that we visited when we were in Tokyo, Japan. This theme park was much larger then Disneyland. In fact I felt that the rides in this park were way better and more varied. All of us managed to go on many different rides and we didn’t have to queue as long for the rides as compared to when we were at Tokyo Disneyland.

The volcano
The volcano

There were lots of visitors to the park but it didn’t feel as crowded as there was lots of open spaces and different rides to go on.

Close up of the volcano
Close up of the volcano

I love the architecture of the place. There was a lovely seaside castle with sailboats next to the volcano. It really felt like you were transported back in town after walking through the gates of Disneysea.

Steam Ship in the background
Steam Ship in the background

On the other side of the bridge that we walked on was a traditional looking steam ship. It reminded me of the Titanic and that love story which I saw in the movies more then 10 years ago.

The other side of the riviera
The other side of the riviera

Isn’t the scenery at the place simply lovely?

17 comments on “Tokyo DisneySea- (Part 1)”

  1. I had no idea there was a Disney in Tokyo! I am totally intrigued. We visit Florida Disney World every other year or so and our nearby park Disneyland once a year. I am surprised that I had no idea Tokyo had one.
    The photo are so pretty!

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