Tokyo Disney Resort


Tokyo Disney Resort

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Tokyo Disney Resort

Since it opened in April 1983, the Tokyo Disney Resort has been a truly magical place for its guests.

Just twelve kilometers from central Tokyo, Tokyo Disney Resort contains two Disney theme parks — Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea — three Disney-branded hotels and Ikspiari, an exciting shopping, dining and entertainment district. The resort is owned and operated by Japan’s Oriental Land Company under license from Disney Enterprises, Inc.

Tokyo Disneyland, which opened in April 1983, was the first Disney theme park built outside of the U.S. and has become Japan’s most popular family destination. Tokyo DisneySea, opened in September 2001, is a unique Disney park themed to the myths and stories of the sea, all in the grand tradition of Disney-style family entertainment.


Tokyo Disney Resort


The overwhelming majority of Tokyo Disney Resort’s guests come from Japan — more than two- thirds are from Greater Tokyo — and many visit multiple times each year. Because of the high repeat visitation, Tokyo Disney Resort regularly changes entertainment offerings and introduces new shows and attractions to keep pace with the demand for fresh experiences. Every year, and every season, there is something new.
Because of its ownership structure, Tokyo Disney Resort’s community activities are led by the Oriental Land Company of Japan, with support and encouragement from The Walt Disney Company. Tokyo Disney Resort is dedicated to delivering Disney dreams to those who are unable to visit the resort. Since 1983, Tokyo Disney Resort Ambassadors and Disney characters have visited more than 1,340 facilities nationwide, including pediatric wards in hospitals, facilities for people with disabilities, special needs schools and nursing homes. The resort’s ambassadors and characters visited more than 45 such facilities. Tokyo Disney Resort is also a supporter of the Make-A-Wish Foundation in Japan. In addition, the Music Festival Program at Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea provides opportunities for children and amateur groups to showcase their talents for our guests. This program is modeled after a similar initiative at the Disneyland Resort in California that started with Walt Disney himself.
The Oriental Land Company, the owner/operator of Tokyo Disney Resort, employs more than 20,000 Cast Members. Through its wide variety of business activities — including tourism, production of goods, provision of services, construction and maintenance — it is a major driver of economic activity in the Tokyo and Chiba prefectural areas. Moreover, the Oriental Land Company adheres to a strict code of compliance to uphold high standards of business ethics, and encourages its partner firms to do the same.
The Tokyo Disney Resort operates according to the Oriental Land Company Group Environmental Policy, which takes a wide range of environmental considerations into account throughout all business operations. The policy calls for awareness and efforts to reduce waste and pollution that contributes to climate change and promote energy conservation, green purchasing, and recycling in all aspects of its business operations. Since introducing this policy in 2007, Tokyo Disney Resort has begun replacing all vehicles with hybrid and other low-emission models, with the goal of reducing carbon dioxide emissions by 5 percent by 2017. Additionally, Cast Members are strongly encouraged to use public transportation to commute to and from work. Other measures include the installation of energy management systems to boost transparency of energy usage, introduction of LED lighting systems within office buildings and electrical decorations for nighttime parades, and installation of solar panels in available locations. At Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea, paper waste has been reduced by eliminating paper towels in most restrooms and installing paperless hand dryers. Paper and plastic waste is being reduced by introducing non-disposable metal and chinaware dishes at dining facilities. Moreover, waste at Tokyo Disney Resort is separated, often by hand, based on detailed standards in order to recycle as much as possible. The materials are then sent to consignment recycling companies. Nearly 100 percent of raw waste, which includes kitchen waste, leftover food and unsold foods at its parks is recycled.

Tokyo Disneyland Park


Opened: April 15, 1983
Known as the Kingdom of Dreams and Magic in Japan, Tokyo Disneyland, was the first international Disney park. It is famous for its spectacular productions, particularly its parades and fireworks displays. Modeled after the original Disneyland Park in California, Tokyo Disneyland features 44 attractions and live entertainment venues spread across seven themed lands: World Bazaar, Adventureland, Westernland, Critter Country, Fantasyland, Tomorrowland, and Toontown.

Stitch Encounter, Star Tours: The Adventures Continue, Mickey’s Philharmagic, Big Thunder Mountain, Buzz Lightyear’s Astro Blasters, Pooh’s Hunny Hunt, Space Mountain, Splash Mountain, Dumbo The Flying Elephant.
Frozen Fantasy [January-March], Daytime Parade “Happiness is Here,” Happiness on High, Minnie Oh! Minnie, One Man’s Dream II, Nighttime Parade Tokyo Disneyland Electrical Parade Dreamlights, Once Upon a Time – Castle Projection show.

Disney’s Easter [March – June], Disney Tanabata Days (Star Festival) [June – July], Disney’s Natsu Mat- suri [July-August], Disney’s Halloween [September-October], Christmas Fantasy [November-December].

Blue Bayou Restaurant, Crystal Palace Restaurant, Plaza Pavilion, Queen of Hearts Banquet Hall, Restaurant Hokusai, The Diamond Horseshoe, Tomorrowland Terrace.
Adventureland Bazaar, Treasure Comet, Frontier Woodcraft, The Golden Galleon, Monsters, Inc. Company Store, Pooh Corner, World Bazaar Confectionary.

Tokyo DisneySea


Opened: September 4, 2001

Tokyo DisneySea, which will celebrate its 15th Anniversary beginning April 2016, is the first Disney theme park inspired by the myths and legends of the sea. Tokyo DisneySea takes guests on an epic voyage of romance, adventure, discovery and fun, with never-before-seen attractions, dazzling live entertainment, distinctive fine dining, unique shopping and the richly themed Tokyo DisneySea Hotel MiraCosta, which is located inside the park.

Tokyo DisneySea features 35 attractions and live entertainment venues throughout seven themed ports: Mediterranean Harbor, American Waterfront, Port Discovery, Lost River Delta, Arabian Coast, Mermaid Lagoon and Mysterious Island.

Toy Story Mania!, Indiana Jones Adventure: Temple of the Crystal Skull, Journey to the Center of the Earth, The Magic Lamp Theater, Mermaid Lagoon Theater, Raging Spirits, Tower of Terror, 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea.
Big Band Beat, Fantasmic! My Friend Dufy, Table is Waiting, King Triton’s Concert, Out of Shadowland

Sweet Dufy [January – March], Tokyo DisneySea 15th Anniversary [April 2016 – March 2017], Disney’s Halloween [September-October], Christmas Wishes [November-December].

Cape Cod Cook-Of, Casbah Food Court, Horizon Bay Restaurant, Magellan’s, Miguel’s El Dorado Cantina, Restaurant Sakura, Ristorante di Canaletto, Vulcania Restaurant.
Agrabah Marketplace, Aunt Peg’s Village Store, Emporio, Lost River Outitters, McDuck’s Department Store, Venetian Carnival Market.

Tokyo Disney Resort Hotels


Hotels: Disney Ambassador Hotel, Tokyo DisneySea Hotel MiraCosta, Tokyo Disneyland Hotel, Tokyo Disney Celebration Hotel

TOTAL NUMBER OF HOTEL ROOMS: 1,712 (as of January 2016)

Disney Ambassador Hotel, the first Disney hotel in Japan, opened on July 7, 2000. This elegantly designed resort hotel features 1930s American art decor design and special Disney-themed amenities. Here, guests will enjoy experiences unique to Disney Hotels, such as Disney Character Dining, where Disney characters greet them during their meal. And couples can make their dreams come true with Disney’s Fairy Tale Weddings in the hotel’s Rose Chapel.

Tokyo DisneySea Hotel MiraCosta opened on September 4, 2001. This luxury hotel captures the elegance and ambience of old-world Italy. “Mira costa” is Italian for “view of the coast,” and the hotel offers accommodations with impressive views of the park’s major waterway and Tokyo Bay.

Tokyo Disneyland Hotel, the third Disney Hotel in Tokyo Disney Resort, opened on July 8, 2008.

The hotel stands at the main entrance of Tokyo Disneyland Park, and because of its location it serves as the “front door” to the resort, welcoming guests with its grand Victorian design. The design blends with the architecture of World Bazaar, which is the irst area guests see upon entering Tokyo Disneyland Park.

Tokyo Disney Celebration Hotel, opening on June 1, 2016, will be the forth Disney Hotel, and will be located in Shin-Urayasu area nearby Tokyo Disney Resort. The designs will celebrate the magic and imagination of Tokyo Disneyland® Park and Tokyo DisneySea® Park in the guest rooms, the lobby and the courtyards. Guests staying in the Tokyo Disney Celebration Hotel will be surrounded by the ambiance of their favorite Disney Park memories, inspiring them to relive moments from their time spent in the Parks, as well as anticipating the experiences awaiting them the next day.

Additional Areas

Ikspiari

Opened in July 2000, Ikspiari is a 29-acre retail, dining, and entertainment district at Tokyo Disney Resort, consisting of more than 140 shops and restaurants, each with a distinct theme. Also within Ikspiari is Cinema Ikspiari, with 16 screens and 3,500 seats. Ikspiari is located adjacent to the JR Maihama train station, which serves as the gateway to Tokyo Disney Resort.