Japans Magical Place: Let the good times roll at Tokyo Disneyland and Disney Sea

Are there any Disneyland lovers in the house? If you love Disneyland, one park you might want to visit is Tokyo Disney Resort, which is located in Urayasu, Chiba, Japan. The resort is made up of two parks: Disneyland and DisneySea. Since there is no current option for park hopper tickets, you can only visit one park per ticket. The question now stands: which one should you visit?

Tokyo Disneyland is a 115-acre park inside Tokyo Disney Resort. It's a "Magic Kingdom" style park similar to those in California, Florida, and Hong Kong. You will find seven worlds inside: World Bazaar, Tomorrowland, Toontown, Fantasyland, Critter County, Westernland, and Adventureland. Unlike DisneySea, Disneyland has the Cinderella Castle, which is the complete replica of the one in Florida. This park is more family-oriented so the kids will really enjoy their time here. Plus, it has more rides than its counterpart and gives off a more "Disney feel." Furthermore, if you want to see the parade and fireworks, you'll find them here.

Tokyo DisneySea, on the other hand, is 176 acres big and houses that is ocean-themed so don't expect to see castles here. Mount Prometheus, which erupts randomly throughout the day, is the center of the park. DisneySea has seven ports, namely Mediterranean Harbor, American Waterfront, Port Discovery, Lost River Delta, Arabian Coast, Mermaid Lagoon, and the Mysterious Island. If you want to be taken to a different place, this is the park to choose. The park is so well decorated you'd feel like you've been transported! This is something the bigger kids will enjoy, too, since the rides here are more thrilling and adult/couple-oriented.

So where do you plan to go? Well, if you have time to spare, then you might as well check out both parks! Book your Tokyo Disneyland holiday with a travel agent today.

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