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This sister park to Tokyo Disneyland offers water-themed rides and adventures including wild watercraft at Aquatopia and...
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This sister park to Tokyo Disneyland offers water-themed rides and adventures including wild watercraft at Aquatopia and submarine rides at 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea.
"I never been a great fan of DIsney until i stepped in here.
It just bring my childhood into reality!
Had a lot of fun, walking around, finding mascots, taking pictures.
Even the staffs are awfully friendly that I love them!
always smiling and always so welcoming.
SPend at least one day ther..."e.
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"DIsneySea is just Japan exclusive.
It made me fall in love with DIsney when i wasnt even a fan before
The smiles in the place never goes down.
People queue and none complain, maybe i did.
but the queue sure moves fast.
Its more for teenager adult.
Disneysea's attractions are a bit more ri..."sk-taker.
Especially the free fall "House of Terror". Its a must do!
Other games are fun too!
One day isnt enough but its enough to make you love the place.
On side note, get DUFFY! He is so cute! Its a bear by Mickey and Minnie!
I will go back and get one!
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"If you love Disney, you really need to get over to this park. Having been to all of the Disney parks in the world, this one is my favorite. It is a beautiful park: the theming is perfect, the attractions are great, the landscaping is gorgeous, the food is plentiful and wonderful, if not a bit expe..."nsive. The only prices that seemed ridiculous were for the high-end restaurants (e.g. Magellan's, about 3000 yen for a set meal, and the Mira Costa hotel had a 10,800 set menu!). We ate Japanese food at the Japanese Restaurant Sakura in the American Waterfront section: for a generous portion of tempura, pickled vegetables, rice, miso soup, and a scoop of chopped raw tuna, the price was 1780, and for chicken teriyaki, vegetables, pickled vegetables, rice, and miso soup the price was 1680. A draft beer was about 700 yen. We felt the prices were very fair for the portions, and taking into account you are eating in a Disney park. Tip: If you are from the US, you might want to skip the Mexi...
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