Tokyo Disneyland

Tokyo Disneyland, inaugurated in 1983 as the first Disney park outside of the United States, is a beloved theme park located in Urayasu, Chiba Prefecture, Japan. It captivates visitors with its diverse blend of classic Disney attractions and unique experiences, spread across seven themed lands that celebrate the magic and imagination of Disney stories and characters.

Operating Hours: Everyday 9.00am to 9.00pm Address: 1-1 Maihama, Urayasu, Chiba 279-0031

Tokyo Disneyland Reviews

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    It is really special. All kinds of punch-in restaurants are very delicious and not expensive. The most queued people are Toy Story, really fun, pull the ball to break.

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    The amusement facilities are fun, the environment is clean and the waiters are hospitable. In particular, Dongdi's chicken legs are super delicious, and there are biscuit pizzas, which are delicious to no friends!

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    This time I came to Tokyo Disneyland for the fortieth anniversary of the celebration, I bought a special Mickey Mouse, so happy. The attraction is not big, but the order from the door to the attractions is in order, so the queue time is not long. The cruise is also great! I like this atmosphere so much.

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Tokyo Disneyland
Welcome to the magical world of Tokyo Disneyland, a kingdom where dreams come true and imagination knows no bounds. Explore everything you need to know about its enchanting attractions, captivating performances, diverse dining options, and more! Whether you're a Disney fanatic or just a casual visitor, the captivating charm and endless entertainment of Tokyo Disneyland is sure to provide an unforgettable experience.

Tokyo Disneyland opening hours

Tokyo Disneyland is a renowned theme park that welcomes over 25 million visitors annually.

The park's operating hours can vary, but the park typically opens from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Additionally, the park may have extended hours on certain days, staying open until 10:00 p.m. For more details or inquiries, visit the park’s official website or contact Tokyo Disneyland at +81-45-3305211.

Address: 1-1 Maihama, Urayasu, Chiba 279-0031, Japan

How to go to Tokyo Disneyland

How to go to Tokyo Disneyland

Source: Tokyo Disney Official

Tokyo Disneyland is easily accessible via different transportation modes from Tokyo. Here's a guide on how to get there:

Public Transportation

  • JR (Japan Railways) Keiyo Line / Musashino Line: The most common and convenient way to reach Tokyo Disneyland is by train. The nearest station to the park is Maihama Station. It only takes about 15-20 minutes on the JR Keiyo Line or Musashino Line to reach Tokyo Disneyland and it may cost about $1.98 for a one-way ticket.
  • JR Pass: The Japan Rail Pass (JR Pass) allows overseas visitors unlimited travel on most JR trains nationwide. It also covers the train transportation to Tokyo Disneyland. There are three JR Pass options, including 7-day, 14-day, and 21-day options, with prices starting from about $267 for a 7-day ordinary pass.
  • Bus from Tokyo Station: Direct buses run regularly from Tokyo Station to Tokyo Disneyland. A bus ride to Tokyo Disneyland takes about 35-45 minutes and costs around $6.50.
  • Bus from Narita and Haneda Airports: There are also direct limousine buses from Narita and Haneda Airports. The journey from Narita takes about 60-90 minutes and costs about $22.29 for a one-way ride. Similarly, a bus journey from Haneda takes approximately 45-60 minutes, and a one-way ticket costs around $7.49.

Private or Rental Car

Tokyo Disneyland has a large parking area if you wish to visit the park by car. The parking fee is about $16.81 per day for regular cars. Use a GPS to navigate to Tokyo Disneyland. It's relatively straightforward to reach from major highways.

Combination Travel

If you're traveling from overseas and planning to explore more of Japan, the JR Pass is a great option. It covers most bullet trains (Shinkansen), local JR trains, buses, and even some ferries.

Best time to go to Tokyo Disneyland

Best time to go to Tokyo Disneyland
Visiting Tokyo Disneyland is an exciting experience that can be quite different depending on the time of year you go. Here are some factors to consider when deciding the best time to visit Tokyo Disneyland:
Season Weather Crowd Level Special Note
Spring (March to May) Mild and pleasant Moderate to high One of the best times to visit as the cherry blossoms are in full bloom, making it a beautiful time to be in Tokyo
Fall (September to November) Mild weather Moderate Another great time with mild weather and the chance to see the autumn leaves.
Summer (June to August) Hot and humid High It is school vacation time in Japan and a popular time for families to visit.
Winter (December to February) Cold, but generally dry Relatively low Christmas events and decorations create a festive atmosphere from mid-November through December.
  • If your priority is good weather and full park operations with all attractions open, late spring or early fall would be ideal.
  • If you want to avoid crowds and don't mind the possibility of cooler temperatures or some closed attractions, consider visiting in January or February.
  • Always check the park's calendar for any special events or closures before planning your trip. If you're interested in a specific event, plan your visit to coincide with those dates.

What to eat at Tokyo Disneyland

What to eat at Tokyo Disneyland

Source: Tokyo Disney Official

Tokyo Disneyland offers a variety of themed restaurants that offer both Japanese and international cuisines. Here are some popular spots in the park:

Blue Bayou Restaurant (Adventureland): Located inside the Pirates of the Caribbean attraction, the restaurant is known for its Cajun and Creole cuisine, including dishes like jambalaya and beef steak. The moonlit ambiance setting by the bayou is one of its highlights.

Queen of Hearts Banquet Hall (Fantasyland): The restaurant themed after "Alice in Wonderland” offers a buffet with a wide range of selections, including heart-shaped meat patties and desserts. The interior is designed with characters and scenes from the movie.

Polynesian Terrace Restaurant (Adventureland): The restaurant serves a set menu with dishes like roast chicken and tropical fruit. It’s also famous for its dinner show featuring Polynesian dance and music.

Polynesian Terrace Restaurant

Source: Tokyo Disney Official

Eastside Café (World Bazaar): Eastside Café is an Italian restaurant located on Main Street. Top dishes include pasta and pizza. Among the favorites are the spaghetti carbonara and tiramisu.

Hungry Bear Restaurant (Westernland): The restaurant isthemed like a lodge in the American wilderness and specializes in Japanese curry dishes, with options like pork cutlet curry and vegetarian curry.

Pan Galactic Pizza Port (Tomorrowland): Pan Galactic Pizza Port is a Futuristic-themed quick-service restaurant. It offers a variety of pizzas, including unique options like seafood pizza. The animatronic show inside the restaurant adds to the fun dining experience.

Things to do at Tokyo Disneyland

Things to do at Tokyo Disneyland

Tokyo Disneyland is divided into seven themed lands, each offering a unique atmosphere, attractions, shows, shops, and dining experiences. Here's an overview of the things you can do in each land:

1. World Bazaar

This covered main street serves as the park's entrance. Modeled after turn-of-the-century America, it's lined with shops and restaurants. Here you can:

  • Shop for souvenirs and exclusive Disney merchandise.
  • Dine in themed restaurants such as Eastside Cafe or the Great American Waffle Company.
  • Enjoy the ambiance, which is especially charming at night or during inclement weather, thanks to the glass Victorian-style canopy.

2. Adventureland

Adventureland combines the themes of the jungles of Africa, Asia, South America, and the South Pacific. In this area, you can:

  • Ride the Pirates of the Caribbean or the Jungle Cruise.
  • Explore the Swiss Family Treehouse.
  • Watch a show at the Polynesian Terrace Theater, or enjoy the nighttime spectacular of the Enchanted Tiki Room.
  • Eat exotic foods at the Blue Bayou Restaurant or snack on tropical fruits from a stand.

3. Westernland

Themed after the American Old West, here you can:

  • Scream down Big Thunder Mountain, a wild rollercoaster ride.
  • Take a leisurely voyage around the Rivers of America on the Mark Twain Riverboat or the Tom Sawyer Island Rafts.
  • Watch the Country Bear Theater show.
  • Grab a bite at the Hungry Bear Restaurant or The Diamond Horseshoe.

4. Critter Country

This area is themed around the idea of a habitat for Disney's critter characters. In Critter Country, you can:

  • Float along on the Splash Mountain log flume and meet Br'er Rabbit, Br'er Fox, and Br'er Bear.
  • Join a journey with Winnie the Pooh on Pooh's Hunny Hunt, an advanced trackless ride that's unique to Tokyo Disneyland.
  • Enjoy a meal at Grandma Sara's Kitchen.

5. Fantasyland

Dedicated to the young at heart and Disney's fairy tales, in Fantasyland, you can:

  • Experience classic attractions such as Peter Pan's Flight, Snow White’s Adventures, Cinderella's Fairy Tale Hall, and It’s a Small World.
  • Meet Disney princesses and other fantasy characters.
  • Visit the iconic Cinderella Castle and watch projection shows or browse through the Cinderella Castle Mystery Tour.
  • Enjoy themed dining experiences like the Queen of Hearts Banquet Hall.

6. Toontown

A whimsical land where Disney characters live, work, and play. Here you can:

  • Visit Mickey's House and Meet Mickey.
  • Explore Minnie's House, Donald's Boat, and Goofy’s Paint 'n' Play House.
  • Go for a spin on Gadget's Go Coaster or Roger Rabbit's Car Toon Spin.
  • Enjoy the interactive fountains and play areas.

7. Tomorrowland

Envisioning the future and space exploration, Tomorrowland offers:

  • High-speed thrills on Space Mountain.
  • A journey through the cosmos in Star Tours: The Adventures Continue.
  • Buzz Lightyear’s Astro Blasters, where you can help defeat the Evil Emperor Zurg.
  • The opportunity to enjoy the Starlight Dreams stage show or Stitch Encounter, an interactive theater experience.
Please note that attractions and shows can be subject to seasonal changes, or updates, so it's always a good idea to check the specific offerings and schedule on the Tokyo Disneyland website or app before your visit.

Tokyo Disneyland Map

Tokyo Disneyland Map

Source: Tokyo Disneyland official

Tokyo Disneyland Themed Lands Map Color Highlights
World Bazaar Red This area is unique in that it has a Victorian Americana theme and the covering is designed to protect guests from Japan's variable weather.
Tomorrowland Blue It's a land that celebrates science fiction and technology, often with a Disney twist.
Toontown Orange It's designed to look like a cartoon world come to life, with attractions like Mickey's House and Meet Mickey, Minnie's House, and Roger Rabbit's Car Toon Spin.
Fantasyland Purple Fantasyland is the fairy-tale land where guests can enjoy classic Disney attractions like Peter Pan's Flight, Snow White's Scary Adventures, It's a Small World, etc.
Adventureland Green It's a place for guests to experience exotic locales and thrilling adventures.
Westernland Brown It's a place that captures the spirit of frontier life with its rustic buildings and western-themed entertainment.
Critter Country Light Blue This land is themed around a woodland area populated by anthropomorphic animals.

Tokyo Disneyland Attractions

Tokyo Disneyland Attractions
Tokyo Disneyland tickets offer many enchanting attractions. Here are a few must-visit attractions you may want to know about in advance:


It's a Small World

Fantasyland brings fairy tales and Disney characters to life through elaborate theming. Popular attractions include:

  • Cinderella Castle: This iconic castle is the centerpiece of Fantasyland and serves as the gateway to this magical world. It is a must-visit for all Disney fans.
  • Peter Pan's Flight: This is a popular ride that takes guests on a magical journey through the story of Peter Pan. You'll fly over London and Neverland in a pirate ship.
  • Snow White's Adventures: This dark ride takes you through the story of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. It's a classic Disney experience that's perfect for the whole family.
  • It's a Small World: This is a gentle boat ride that takes guests through a variety of scenes depicting different cultures from around the world. The ride is known for its catchy theme song.

Don't miss character greetings with the likes of Mickey, Minnie, and Tinker Bell!



Adventureland takes guests on swashbuckling expeditions through jungles and pirates' hideouts. Top attractions include:

  • Pirates of the Caribbean: This is a boat ride that takes guests through a pirate-infested Caribbean island. It's filled with animatronics, special effects, and a captivating storyline.
  • Jungle Cruise: This is a guided tour of the most remote rivers across Asia, Africa, and South America. The ride is filled with animatronics and special effects to make the adventure more thrilling.
  • The Enchanted Tiki Room: This is a musical animatronic show featuring a variety of tropical birds, flowers, and tiki statues. The show is filled with catchy tunes and vibrant colors.
  • Swiss Family Treehouse: This is a walk-through attraction based on the Swiss Family Robinson film. It offers a unique view of Adventureland from the treetops.



Blast off to the future in Tomorrowland with space-age attractions and intergalactic encounters. Must-sees include:

  • Space Mountain: This thrilling roller coaster takes guests on a journey through outer space, complete with twists, turns, and drops in the dark.
  • Buzz Lightyear's Astro Blasters: This interactive ride allows guests to help Buzz Lightyear defeat the evil Emperor Zurg by shooting at targets and accumulating points.
  • Star Tours – The Adventures Continue: This 3D motion-simulated space flight takes guests on a tour of the Star Wars galaxy, with different experiences every time.

Don't miss the chance for photos with heroes like Buzz Lightyear and Stitch!



This colorful area is a great place for younger guests, with fun attractions like Goofy’s Paint ‘n’ Play House and Mickey’s House and Meet Mickey.

  • Gadget's Go Coaster: A junior roller coaster themed after the character Gadget Hackwrench from the Chip 'n Dale: Rescue Rangers TV show.
  • Toon Park: This is a play area designed for younger children. It features a variety of interactive elements, including musical instruments and a water play area.
  • Roger Rabbit's Car Toon Spin: This is a dark ride based on the film "Who Framed Roger Rabbit". Guests ride in spinning taxis through a cartoon version of Los Angeles.

Tokyo Disneyland Firework Timing

Tokyo Disneyland Firework Timing

Colorful fireworks light up the night sky to the 40th anniversary theme song and a variety of Disney songs. Enjoy a dream-filled moment at the Park after dark.

Time: 8: 30 pm
Duration: About 5 minutes


  • The schedule for the next month will be posted around the 8th of the month before.
  • Performance times subject to change without prior notice.
  • Times marked in red above indicate an updated performance starting time for that day.

Tokyo Disneyland Annual Pass

Tokyo Disneyland Annual Pass Types Tokyo Disneyland Annual Pass Detail Adult Price (18 & Over)
Junior Price (Ages 12-17)
Children price (Ages 4-11)
Annual Passport Allows unlimited access to either Tokyo Disneyland or Tokyo DisneySea for a year.$410.72 $356.38 $262.24 1. Unlimited Access: You can visit as many times as you want.
2. Special Offers: Annual pass holders often receive special offers for hotels, restaurants, etc.
3. Early Entry: Some annual passes allow early.
4. Discounts: Pass holders may receive discounts on food, merchandise, and special events.
Two-Park Annual Passport Allows unlimited access to both Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea for a year. $598.45 $517.76
*Currently, the sale of Tokyo Disneyland Annual Pass is suspended, the price is just for reference, please check the official Tokyo Disneyland website for the most accurate and up-to-date information.

Other Attractions in Tokyo

Other Attractions in Tokyo
Check out other must-visit attractions in Tokyo for a pleasant trip:
Attraction Address Recommended Sightseeing Time Highlights Price Check Details Here
Tokyo DisneySea 1-13 Maihama, Urayasu, Chiba 279-8511 1 day Experience and enjoy a variety of amusement rides and entertainment performances full of adventure and creativity! $31.73 Check Now!
Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden 11 Naitōmachi, Shinjuku City 2-3 hours There are more than 20,000 trees, including over 1,500 cherry trees. $6.68 Check Now!
Tokyo Skytree 1 Chome-1-2 Oshiage, Sumida City 1-2 hours The tallest building in Japan.
See the cityscape with panoramic views like no other.
$5.54 Check Now!
Sensō-ji 2-chōme-3-1 Asakusa, Taito City 1-2 hours One of Tokyo’s oldest and most significant Buddhist temples. Free Check Now!
Akihabara Electric Town 1 Chome-12 Sotokanda, Chiyoda City 0.5-1 day Famous for its many electronics shops. Free Check Now!

FAQs about Tokyo Disneyland

  • How many themed lands does Tokyo Disneyland have?

    Tokyo Disneyland has seven themed lands: World Bazaar, Adventureland, Westernland, Critter Country, Fantasyland, Toontown, and Tomorrowland.
  • Is Tokyo Disneyland wheelchair accessible?

    Yes, Tokyo Disneyland is wheelchair accessible and offers rental wheelchairs.
  • Can I bring my own food and drinks into Tokyo Disneyland?

    No, outside food and drinks are not allowed, with the exception of certain dietary and baby food.
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