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Immerse yourself in the magic of Disney when you take a trip to Tokyo Disneyland! Discover your favorite stories, meet your favorite characters, and enjoy exhilarating rides, shows, and parades when you spend a day in the magical kingdom with Mickey Mouse and his friends. The park is hugely popular with both tourists and locals, so book in advance for the best deals.
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6 tips for visiting the Tokyo Disneyland

Tokyo Disneyland Parade | Photo: Marufish CC-BY-SA 2.0
Tokyo Disneyland has a reputation for being one of the busiest Disney parks, but it isn’t always so bad! Try to visit on a weekday or outside of Japanese school holidays if you can, because the park is at its emptiest from Monday to Thursday.
Tokyo Disneyland Castle | Photo: gelli.rosario CC-BY 2.0
Watch out for seasonal events such as Halloween and Christmas! The park gets dressed up for the occasion, with special events throughout the day to celebrate. During seasonal periods the park is extremely busy, so unless you’re a die-hard Disney fan who wants to experience that particular event in Tokyo, you might want to consider delaying your visit.
Adults visiting with very young children can still enjoy all of the most adrenaline-inducing rides by taking advantage of the Parent Swap system. Just let the ride attendant know that you’ll be using the system, then they’ll make sure one adult can wait in a safe place with the children too young to ride before switching places and riding themselves without having to wait in line again.
Make sure that you plan your day to make the most of your time! Pick up a map and a list of the daily entertainment schedule when you arrive. That way you can see which shows you’d like to see and which rides are close to each other. Thrillseekers should aim to ride the more intense rides early in the day as lines for these get longer as the day goes by.
The parades at Tokyo Disneyland are full of tricks and treats that will delight all ages, so look for a good spot to watch them well in advance of the official starting time.
If you have a child who dreams of being a Disney princess, then consider treating them to a visit of the Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique. The staff there will work wonders with their hair, costumes, and make-up so that they end up looking and feeling just like Disney royalty!

Frequently Asked Questions

What’s there to do at Tokyo Disneyland?

There’s so much to see and do at Tokyo Disneyland! The park has 7 themed areas including World Bazaar, Adventureland, Westernland, Critter Country, Fantasyland, Toontown, and Tomorrowland. Each area has its own themed rides, attractions, and stores to visit. You’ll enter through the World Bazaar, walk down the stunning arcade to reach Cinderella’s Castle, which you can explore inside and out to see all the tiny details designed by Disney’s Imagineers. Those chasing an adrenaline rush will find several roller coasters and drop rides to thrill them, while those in search of Disney magic will enjoy spotting Disney characters, riding classic rides like Pirates of the Caribbean, exploring walk-through areas, and watching the park’s awesome shows and parades. Read more.

How do you meet Disney characters and cast members?

Character Greetings (as they’re known at Tokyo Disneyland) take place throughout the day at a set number of locations. Check which characters will be appearing at which times, and you can make sure to be in line with plenty of time to spare! Professional photographers will be there to document the moment. Alternatively, you can reserve a table in one of the three restaurants where characters will mingle with the diners! The Crystal Palace Restaurant, the Polynesian Terrace Restaurant, or the Diamond Horseshoe all offer delicious meals alongside the chance to meet Disney characters. Read more.

What are the dining options? Can we bring our own food?

A picnic area is available outside the park entrance, guests who wish to leave and return need to have their hand stamped and hang onto their ticket because you’ll need both to get back into the park. Guests with special dietary requirements who need to bring their own food are able to, just let the staff of any restaurant know when your party sits down to eat. There are dozens of dining options at different price points, including food stalls as well as sit-down dining options. The Eastside Cafe, Restaurant Hokusai, and Blue Bayou restaurants are open for lunch and dinner, and Crystal Palace Restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. All four offer priority seating. Read more.

Which age group will most enjoy Tokyo Disneyland?

Tokyo Disneyland can be enjoyed by groups with members of all ages. The park isn’t really focused on rides for thrillseekers, with plenty of more gentle rides which focus on story-telling rather than speed or loops. Very small children will enjoy exploring the park, the walkthrough attractions like the Swiss Family Treehouse or Chip’n’Dale’s Treehouse, and might also have fun with their parents on some of the gentler storytelling rides. Older children and teens will definitely have a lot to do, with plenty of rides at different levels of intensity, including famous rides like Space Mountain, Splash Mountain, and Big Thunder Mountain, and nostalgic adults will also enjoy rediscovering the stories and characters they grew up with. Read more.

What should we bring with us to Tokyo Disneyland?

As with all amusement parks, you’ll be outside for most of the day so you’ll need to dress for the weather. Tokyo can be extremely cold in the winter and very humid in summer, so take that into account when picking clothes for the day. Make sure to bring water and sunscreen in summer, and plenty of layers in winter. Apart from that, you’ll want to bring a phone or a camera to document your exciting day, and a portable charger to keep all batteries full throughout the day! Read more.

General information

opening hours

Standard park operating hours are from 9 am to 10 pm, though the park sometimes opens earlier. Final admission is one hour before the park closes.


Tokyo Disneyland
1-1 Maihama
Chiba 279-0031


Single-day park admission costs range from JPY 7,900 to JPY 10,900 for adults, JPY 6,600 to JPY 9,000 for Juniors, and JPY 4,700 to JPY 5,600 for children.

how to get there

Tokyo Disneyland can be reached by taking the Keiyo or Musashino lines of Japan Railway services to Maihama Station. Free shuttle buses are available for guests of the Disney hotels.
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