Welcome to a world where Imagination and Adventure set sail!
After going through the gate, you will be amazed at the scenery that is so not Japan. Compared to Tokyo Disneyland, this theme park is designed with robust and sophisticate touches to appeal more to grownups and romantic couples. There are seven themed ports such as American Waterfront and Mediterranean Harbor, each stimulating a sense of adventure. The waterfront shows are so gorgeous that you will feel like submerged in a dream land.
Although DisneySea is considered a laid-back place, there are also high-speed thrill rides and heart-warming activities both adults and children can enjoy. What a fabulous theme park on the seaside with ever-lasting excitement!
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Airport/Sta.Tokyo International Airport (about 12.5km) Google Transit
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5.0a week ago
Best Disneyland property so far. Tokyo and Disney have done a great job. Super clean, way more affordable and parades going on daily. Everyone is really nice and dress up in matching outfits. Must see and experience for yourself!!
5.0in the last week
We are big Disney fans and this is the most beautiful Disney Park we have visited. The line ups were long and it was windy so we dressed for the weather. Everything is really well organized. The staff are welcoming and kind. The food is really good too. The characters are the sweetest and so interactive. We had a great time.
5.0a week ago
It was really fun theme park, not only for children but adults also could enjoy it. My favorite ride is the one inspired by Indiana Jones movie, Indianapolis Jones Adventure: Temple of the Crystal Skull, felt so real with amazing graphics and motions. Tower of Terror was also thrilling and super fun. But the waiting time is no joke, it took more than 2 hours to get in.
5.02 weeks ago
I'm a big fan of Disney parks in the US, so it was fun to see a Tokyo's take on Disney. Disney Sea is unique and worth a visit if you want to see something new from Disney. The rides are all in Japanese (which is expected) and they don't do any pin trading in these parks. They don't really even sell Disney pins! They are huge into the Duffy character in Tokyo, which is a teddy bear. Overall a fun and interesting experience, but would not recommend going when it's so cold because I'm sure it's a much more enjoyable park when it's warmer.
5.0a month ago
Absolutely Awesome! Definitely a place to visit if you love rides and theme parks already! While not as "cute" as Disneyland, it is just as magical. Lots of interesting things to see and do, and plenty of exciting rides. As with all theme parks, prepare for lots of walking, and queuing. I recommend making use of the "Fast Pass" system if you are there on a busy day for the more popular rides. But do go on a weekday if you can. Then there will be less crowds and shorter queues. Food, drinks, and snacks are a little expensive, but not more than expected for a theme park. There is different merchandise to Disneyland, but also a fair overlap. Plenty to spend money on if that's your thing. Also lots of cookies/sweets that make great gifts - all sealed so suitable for travel and customs to most places.