Tokyo Disneyland and Disney Sea are the places where you can truly find the child within you. Even if you’ve been to either before, there is nothing to stop you from returning again, especially if there is a whole new theme or seasonal event awaiting!
This Winter, Huis Ten Bosch in Nagasaki has secured the title of the Brightest Place in Japan. Upgraded in scale and subsequent extravaganza, the staggering 13 million light bulbs used to create the Kingdom of Light carries forth the aim to yet again create the world’s greatest illuminations.
Tokyo Disneyland always celebrates holidays, and the Christmas holiday is no exception! Tokyo Disney’s Christmas celebrations were from November 1st to December 25th. This article will cover all the exciting things that were available for Tokyo Disneyland’s Christmas Fantasy!
As a huge Disney fanatic, any excuse to make the trip out is a good one but Halloween at Tokyo Disney Resort is especially alluring. While I tend to favor Disney Sea over Disneyland, I will ALWAYS pick the latter when it comes to Halloween theme.
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!
In Kashiikaen amusement park, they have many types of event on the stage almost every weekend. Several kinds of hero shows (super sentai like Ninninjaa, Kamen Rider, Ultraman, etc), comedy shows, character shows such as Doraemon and other fun performances can be enjoyed depending on the weekend you wish to go.