Tokyo Disney - Guide to Tokyo Disney Resort including Tokyo Disneyland, Tokyo DisneySea, Tokyo Disneyland hotels (Guaranteed lowest rate) and Tokyo Disney map.

Tokyo Disney is the most popular theme park in Japan and one of the most popular in the world. Tokyo Disney Resort (東京ディズニーリゾート) is complex comprising:

Tokyo Disney is located in Chiba, which is part of the greater Tokyo area.

Tokyo Disneyland Cinderella castle
Tokyo Disneyland Cinderella castle by Fanghong

Tokyo Disney Tickets

1 Day Passport:
You can enter Tokyo Disneyland or Tokyo Disneysea all day long with this ticket, but not both. Includes use of all the attractions:

  • Adult (18+) ¥5,800
  • Junior (12-17) ¥5,000
  • Child (4-11) ¥3,900
  • Senior (60+) ¥5,100

After 6 Passport:
You can use this ticket from 6:00 PM on weekdays. It is sold from 5:00 PM for ¥3100 (all ages).

Starlight Passport:
You can use this ticket in one of the two parks from 3:00 PM on Saturdays, Sundays, and National Holidays.

  • Adult (18+) ¥4,700
  • Junior (12-17) ¥4,100
  • Child (4-11) ¥3,200

Multi Day Passport:
You can enter one park on the first day, the other park on the second day, and then you may move between the two parks (called "park-hopping") on subsequent days. If you find that you need to upgrade your ticket, you can do so simply by paying the difference; this may be done at the Welcome Center, the park ticket windows, or the hotels. These are perhaps the most economical value possible, as the price per day actually decreases with each day.

Days Child (4-11) Junior (12-17) Adult (18+)
Total Per Day Total Per Day Total Per Day
2 ¥6,900 ¥3,450 ¥8,800 ¥4,400 ¥10,000 ¥5,000
3 ¥8,900 ¥2,967 ¥11,500 ¥3,833 ¥12,900 ¥4,300
4 ¥10,500 ¥2,625 ¥13,500 ¥3,375 ¥15,000 ¥3,750

Before you enter this park, your bag will be inspected by a clerk, but you don't need to show your ID card.

Tokyo Disneyland Access

By train
From Tokyo Station, take the JR Keiyo Line to Maihama Station (舞浜), which is adjacent to Tokyo Disneyland. The rides takes about 15 minutes (¥210) on an express train.

By car
From Tokyo and the Yokohama region, follow the coast of a bay to Chiba, exit at the Urayasu ramp and then go out at Route 357, go straight on the road about 1km, make a U-turn at Mihama Rittai Road (美浜立体道路). Then, you just follow the signs.

The Tokyo Disneyland parking lot is huge and can take about 8000 cars. In the parking lot, there are four signs: (M) Mickey, (D) Donald, (G) Goofy, (P) Pinocchio. So, if you remember the space where you parked your car, you can find it soon when you go back. The parking fee is ¥2000. If you want to know more information about the car park and the circumstances of surrounding streets, you can contact the Tokyo Disney Resort information line at 045-683-3011.

By bus
Hotels around Disney have free transportation service to Disney Resort.

Long distance bus services come here from all over Japan.

Get around Tokyo Disneyland

The four-station Disney Resort Line monorail connects Maihama Station to Tokyo Disneyland, Tokyo Disneysea and Tokyo Bay NK Hall plus the resort hotels. The fare is ¥200/100 for adults/children and the Passnet stored value card can be used. Note that, if going to Disneyland, it's probably easier and faster to just walk from the station.

Of course, you can see the same Disney characters, a castle, and mountains, and magic performances as at other Disney Parks. The seaside does make this park a bit different from the others. And, the people-watching is great.

The two theme parks, Disneyland and Disneysea, compliment each other. Disneyland is the most visited theme park in the world, with Disneysea following at a close second. The two major symbols, Cinderella Castle at Disneyland and Mount Prometheus at Disneysea are exactly the same height, and from Ikspiari you can see them both.

Most drinks are soft drinks. However, you can also get alcoholic beverages in some places inside the park.

Useful discussion on visiting Tokyo Disneyland.

Disney Shop - Shibuya

If you don't have time to get to Tokyo DisneyLand, there is a Disney shop in Shibuya.

(Article based on Wikitravel article by Peter Fitzgerald, James Yolkowski and Lani Teshima, Wikitravel user(s) Jonathan 784, Inas, ChubbyWimbus and Huttite, Anonymous user(s) of Wikitravel and others. Article used under Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 1.0.)

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