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The Tokyo Disneyland
Tokyo Disneyland is probably in your must-go-to list whilst you are in Tokyo. It has every bit of the trait Disney charm you’d imagine.
Tokyo Disneyland has 7 themed lands with over 40 attractions!
To visit this world’s most popular amusement park, there are many tips that we want to share that will magnify your excitement. You won’t want to waste any tiny moment at this dreamland, so here’s how you can maximize a day at Tokyo Disneyland!
Ticket Advance Purchase
The park’s operating hours are usually starting from 9 am until 10 pm daily. However, it may differ on certain dates and public holidays. Certainly, you can check beforehand on the park’s website.
The ticket costs 7,400 yen per adult for 1-day passport. There are some types of ticket such as Starlight passport (for use from 3 pm on weekends and holidays), annual passport, etc as you can check here.
We also recommend to check the crowd each date through the Disney Crowd-ness Prediction Calendar.
The alphabet means:
S : Waiting time more than 160 minutes – Heavy traffic congestion.
F : Waiting time 140 minutes – Congested period, event day
E : Waiting time 110 minutes – busy weekends
D : Waiting time 90 minutes – Ordinary weekend
C : Waiting time 60 minutes – Weekdays during busy periods
B : Waiting time 30 minutes – normal weekdays
A : Waiting time is less than 30 minutes
Getting tickets in advance will save you a lot of time because there is a (mostly long) queue to purchase the tickets at the amusement park entrance. After purchasing the tickets, you still need to wait to get inside so there are 2 long lines before even stepping inside to the park.
The tickets can be purchased online or at some stores as you can check here.
Top Attractions You Should Get On!
The Haunted Mansion is a slow-moving gloomy journey that is home to 999 ghosts, goblins, and ghouls that are dying to meet you. In the Haunted Mansion, the spirits are more cheerful as they’re singing along.
Cooperating dusky ride in which visitors use torches to activate effects and expose monsters. Reactions to Ride & Go Seek have been slightly diversified, but we undeniably love it.
Pooh’s Hunny Hunt
Trackless ride across the world of Winnie the Pooh. Hunny Hunt’s ride vehicles dance with one another and occupy their atmospheres in a way that adds an unbelievable amount of engagement.
Pirates of the Caribbean
Pirates of the Caribbean is a boat-ride back in time to the years when pirates controlled the Caribbean. The attractions include Captain Jack Sparrow, enchanting in adventurous chaos.
Splash Mountain is an intriguing ride that features a story from Disney’s Song of the South film, and peaks with a high drop into the briar patch. That thrill makes it an all-around winner. One ride you’ll never forget.
Also, don’t forget to take pictures at the magnificent Cinderella Castle!
Regrettably, just like in Universal Studios Japan (USJ), for the time being there isn’t any Halal/Muslim friendly menu inside the park. Like in USJ, Muslim tourists are able to exit the park temporarily by getting the invisible stamped on your hand from the theme park staff at the exit gate. The Red Lobster which is located at Tokyo Disney Resort (outside of the park) has begun to deliver Halal menu for Muslim visitors.
The Red Lobster Tokyo Disney Resort is located at the Ikspiari 3F in front of the entrance gate.
At the moment, Tokyo Disneyland do not have any official space for Muslim to pray, however you can try to ask the staff a place that you can use to pray inside the park.