This year, DisneySea’s annual Halloween celebration takes place September 8th – November 1st! This year, DisneySea’s theme is focused around villains! Disney’s most notorious villains take center stage and take over shows, merchandise and even the menu!
Tokyo Disney is known for their seasonal celebrations. Easter, Halloween and Christmas are the most well known. However, those aren’t the only ones Tokyo Disney offers. Tokyo Disneyland’s yearly Natsu Matsuri (summer festival) starts in July and doesn’t end until August 31st!
Tokyo Disney Sea is generally considered to be the more “grown up” of the two parks, and this is reflected in the way each park celebrates Easter – at Tokyo Disney Land, it’s all bunnies and egg-painting, but at Tokyo Disney Sea, it’s a celebration of the wonders of Spring Fashion!
Japan, despite being one of the biggest rice producers in the world and having cultivated the plant since 300 BCE, is not internationally famous for its lush rice terraces. Which is why learning that such a place exists less than two hours away from central Tokyo can be very surprising.
Easter holiday is nonexistent in Japan, except for in Tokyo Disneyland and Disney Sea! This year, Tokyo Disneyland’s Easter Celebration is held April 2nd through June 23rd. For the Easter Celebration, the park has exclusive merchandise, food, parades, decorations and events!
Chiba Castle is not a castle. Sure, it may wear the façade of a castle, it certainly bears the distinctive shape and outward accoutrements of a castle, but it is not, nor was it ever intended to be, a faithful recreation of a historical castle. Herein lays its quixotic charm, for it is, in fact, a museum.
Tiffany & Co., the store at Narita International Airport, which opened in 2007 on the 3rd floor of the Terminal 2 building, reopened following a refurbishment with the latest store design.
Hondoji is a large temple complex located in Chiba Prefecture between the cities of Kashiwa and Matsudo. This Buddhist temple here was founded by Nichiro, a disciple of the famous monk Nichiren back in the 13th century after his master went into voluntary exile on Mount Minobu.