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27 May 2015

By Subway | Tokyo Disney Sea Part 1 , Tokyo

Tokyo [東京] • MAY 2015
Tokyo Disneyland is a theme park based on the films produced by Walt Disney. It was opened in 1983 as the first Disney theme park outside of the United States. Modeled after Disneyland in California and the Magic Kingdom in Florida, Tokyo Disneyland is made up of seven themed lands and features seasonal decorations and parades. 


Welcome one and all to a world where Imagination and Adventure set sail. Tokyo DisneySea is dedicated to the spirit of exploration that lives in each of us. Here we chart a course for Adventure, Romance, Discovery and Fun and journey to exotic and fanciful Ports of Call. May Tokyo DisneySea inspire the hearts and minds of all of us who share the water planet, Earth.

—Michael D. Eisner, September 4, 2001

Get There and Around
Tokyo Disneyland is a five minute walk from JR Maihama Station. It can also be reached in a few steps from the Tokyo Disneyland Station along the Disney Resort Monorail.


When to go
Tokyo Disney Resort is enjoyable around the year, especially during the spring and autumn when the temperatures are most pleasant. Winter generally (but not always) comes with somewhat smaller crowds, while summer brings rather high temperatures and humidity. As a rule of thumb, the parks usually get particularly busy during the following periods:

Weekends (especially long weekends)
National holidays
School holidays:
Spring holidays (mid March to early April)
Summer holidays (late July through August)
Winter holidays (late December to early January)


Ticket Types

Tickets can be purchased either in advance or on the day of the visit. Advance tickets are available as either fixed date (date of visit is printed on the ticket, may be purchased up to two months in advance) or open date (no specified date of use, valid one year from purchase):

1-Day Passport
  Through March 2015: Adult (18 and over): 6,400 yen - Junior (ages 12-17): 5,500 yen - Child (ages 4-11): 4,200 yen 
From April 2015: Adult (18 and over): 6,900 yen - Junior (ages 12-17): 6,000 yen - Child (ages 4-11): 4,500 yen
  Good for entry to either Tokyo Disneyland or Tokyo DisneySea on one calendar day.
2-Day Passport
  Through March 2015: Adult (18 and over): 11,000 yen - Junior (ages 12-17): 9,800 yen - Child (ages 4-11): 7,600 yen 
From April 2015: Adult (18 and over): 12,400 yen - Junior (ages 12-17): 10,800 yen - Child (ages 4-11): 8,000 yen
  Good for entry to one park per day on two consecutive calendar days. The 2-Day Passport is not available as an open date ticket.
3-Day Passport
  Through March 2015: Adult (18 and over): 14,200 yen - Junior (ages 12-17): 12,700 yen - Child (ages 4-11): 9,800 yen 
From April 2015: Adult (18 and over): 16,600 yen - Junior (ages 12-17): 14,400 yen - Child (ages 4-11): 10,700 yen
  Good for entry to one park per day on the first two days and entry to both parks on the third day. The 3-Day Passport is not available as an open date ticket and must be used on three consecutive calendar days.
4-Day Passport
  Through March 2015: Adult (18 and over): 16,500 yen - Junior (ages 12-17): 14,800 yen - Child (ages 4-11): 11,500 yen 
From April 2015: Adult (18 and over): 20,800 yen - Junior (ages 12-17): 18,000 yen - Child (ages 4-11): 13,400 yen
  Good for entry to one park per day on the first two days and entry to both parks on the third and forth day. The 4-Day Passport is not available as an open date ticket and must be used on four consecutive calendar days.
After 6 Passport
  Through March 2015: All ages: 3,900 yen 
From April 2015: All ages: 4,200 yen
  Good for entry to either park after 18:00 on regular weekdays. The After 6 Passport is not available as an open date ticket and on days when the park closes before 22:00.
Starlight Passport
  Through March 2015: Adult (18 and over): 5,000 yen - Junior (ages 12-17): 4,400 yen - Child (ages 4-11): 3,500 yen 
From April 2015: Adult (18 and over): 5,400 yen - Junior (ages 12-17): 4,700 yen - Child (ages 4-11): 3,500 yen
  Good for entry to either park after 15:00 on weekends and national holidays. The Starlight Passport is not available on days when the park closes before 22:00.


How to purchase tickets

Tickets may be purchased on the day of the visit at the ticket booths in front of both parks from up to one hour before the opening time and until one hour before closing time. Staying guests of the Disney Hotels and Official Hotels may also purchase tickets at their hotels or at the welcome center in front of JR Maihama Station, while staying guests of the Partner Hotels can purchase tickets at their hotels.

Tickets may also be purchased in advance at designated ticket booths at the resort, through the resort's official website and at Disney Stores. Furthermore, tickets can be purchased at Japanese travel agencies, JR ticket counters and convenience stores, however, if purchasing from these vendors, you will be given a voucher that must be exchanged at a park ticket booth for the actual ticket.

Articles above credited to : Japan Guide 

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