Tokyo Disney Resort
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- 98%Family Travelers
- 51%Adventure Travelers
Member Reviews (47)
- Tokyo Disney ResortMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersFamily Travelers+ 3Dec 23, 2013
It's worth a visit. Some signs were in English but if you speak Japanese, its definitely a plus. The staff though are very pleasant and helpful. They always smile. A very pleasant experience.
- Tokyo Disney ResortSep 13, 2013
Tokyo Disney on the 30th anniversary was a really fun way to end a great trip in Japan. Was it busy? Yes. Is it Disney? Yes. Was it touristy? Yes. But after a days of coordinating train schedules, seeing temples, experiencing ryokans and onsens it was fun to have a totally contrasting experience. Not a lot is different from Disney World/Land in the US other than an observation that the kids there-- were really happy to be there. The longest wait time was about 40 minutes right after the parade too. Didnt have to do any fast passes.
- Tokyo Disney ResortMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsFamily TravelersFoodies+ 1Nov 24, 2012
This park is the most beautiful Disney park in the world, especially Tokyo Disney Sea. But the park is very crowded everyday by coming many Disney’s geeks. So you should not plan to complete for all attractions. If you would like to ride some attractions, you should get Fastpass until AM.
- Tokyo Disney ResortMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBusiness Travelers+ 1Sep 11, 2012
I'm trying to visit all of the Disneylands, and I was certainly impressed with Tokyo's version. There was quite a bit of english on the signs and many of the rides were much more advanced than anything in Anaheim, Orlando, or Paris. The queueing ettiquette was a bit different, but we were always corrected with a big smile. Disneyland bills itself as the friendliest place on earth, but the Tokyo version is even more so.