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Tokyo DisneySea®
Tokyo DisneySea®

Tokyo DisneySea®

1-1 Maihama, Urayasu, Chiba Prefecture

The Basics

Prebook your ticket to skip the line. Explore Mediterranean Harbor, styled after an Italian port town and host to boat and fountain shows. Visit Jules Verne-inspired Mysterious Island to explore aboard a submarine. Other ports include Mermaid Lagoon, inspired byThe Little Mermaid; Arabian Coast, a recreation ofAladdin; Lost River Delta, with the Indiana Jones Adventure ride; the futuristic Port Discovery; and American Waterfront, styled after 20th century U.S. harbor towns and home to Tower of Terror.

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Tokyo Half-Day Private Tour with Nationally-Licensed Guide
Tokyo Half-Day Private Tour with Nationally-Licensed Guide
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$90.34 per adult
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Amazing experience
I had an amazing time on this tour! My tour guide was so knowledgeable and fun! I would recommend this tour to anyone wanting a quick overview of the area!
Jaymee_C, Sep 2021

Things to Know Before You Go

  • Tokyo DisneySea is a must-visit for families.

  • The park is wheelchair accessible—you can also rent wheelchairs in the park.

  • There is a baby center with a changing station, as well as a nursing mother’s lounge.

  • Other park services include a first aid center, ATMs, storage lockers, and picnic areas.

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How to Get There

Take the JR Keiyo Line from Tokyo Station to Maihama Station and then take the Disney Resort Line monorail to Tokyo DisneySea Station—or walk for 20 minutes. The total journey time from Tokyo Station is around 40 minutes. Due to heavy traffic in the area, driving is not recommended.

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When to Get There

Tokyo DisneySea is open every day. Hours vary, but it is typically open from early morning through late evening. To beat the crowds, it is advisable to avoid weekends and national and school holidays.

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Where to Eat

There are dozens of food options inside Tokyo DisneySea, serving a variety of food—including Italian, American, Japanese, Chinese, and Mexican—at various price points. Magellan’s, in the Mediterranean Harbor, is one of the best for fine dining. Unlike neighboring Tokyo Disneyland, you can also enjoy alcohol with your meal at many of the restaurants.

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