Our final stop in Japan is here! It took me more than six months to reach this post. Procrastination
We could not leave Japan without going to Disney Sea! It’s part of Tokyo Disneyland but what makes it unique is it’s not exactly under Disney. That doesn’t make sense right? They said it was built exclusively for Japan and they bought the rights to use Disney to legally link the park to Disney. In other words, Disney had no part in conceptualizing the park and that’s what makes it different from any other Disney parks in the world.
At the park’s entrance you could already tell that it’s not just any other Disney Park.
It was the first day of their 15th year anniversary celebration when we came.
What I love about going to theme parks in Japan is everyone looks awesome!
If it’s not obvious yet we came during the Christmas Season!
The attractions of the park were all so extra and on point! It really felt like I was in Brooklyn here.
The Tower of Terror peeking at the back.
The souvenirs were also so extra. By extra I meant the price. lol These are Swarovski figures of Disney characters.
This Mickey bedazzled in Swarovski crystals is worth USD 2,500.
The park looks even more beautiful at night.
At Disney Sea you will discover that it is indeed literally next to the sea, how Duffy is much more of a big deal than Mickey, all the food is too cute to be eaten, everyone is so friendly and nice, and how hard it is to resist buying all the Disney merchandise.
My trip in Japan ends here.
Tokyo Disney Sea, 20161201.