Amusement Parks Worldwide – 4 Tokyo DisneySea at Tokyo Disney Resort

Tokyo DisneySea is a fantasy theme park at the Tokyo Disney Resort located in Urayasu, Chiba, Japan. It attracts millions of visitors all around the globe and making it the fourth most visited theme park in the world and also it is the most expensive theme park ever built. Tokyo DisneySea is made up of seven themed ports of call: Mediterranean Harbor, Mystery Island, Mermaid Lagoon, Arabian Coast, Lost River Delta, Port Discovery and American Waterfront. If you are planning a trip to Tokyo Disney Resort then must visit these seven themed parks:-


Mediterranean Harbor: - Mediterranean Harbor is at the entrance of the park styled like Italian port town. Its waterfront features Venice style canals, gondolas where visitors can board and ride. The large shows with boats and water fountains are held daily.

Mysterious Island: - The main features of the Mysterious Island is its volcano and is located in the center of the park. This island is based on the fiction writings of Jules Verne. Here you can explore the depths of the ocean.

Mermaid Lagoon: - This theme park is the home to the characters of The Little Mermaid and is unique in that it is mostly indoors and recreates the feeling of being underwater. Most of the rides in this area are geared towards younger children. This theme park also includes a live entertainment shows.

Arabian Coast: - The Arabian Coast recreates the world of Aladdin and 1001 Arabian Nights. Here you can watch a magic show hosted by Genie or travel with Sinbad as he sets sail for discovery.

Lost River Delta: - The Lost River Delta was built among the ruins of an ancient temple pyramid in the Central American jungle. The Indiana Jones Adventure ride explores the bowels of the temple ruins, while the Raging Spirits Roller Coaster rumbles along next door. The port also serves as a stop for the Tokyo DisneySea Transit Steamers which travel between the various parts of the park.

Port Discovery:- Port Discovery is the marina of the future where visitors can check out the Storm Rider, a type of virtual rollercoaster, or try out some of the experimental, self-guided watercraft that travel between the rocks, fountains and whirlpools of the Aquatopia attraction.

American Waterfront: - The American Waterfront zone is styled after the 20th century harbor towns found around New York, New England and Cape Cod. The main features of this area are an elevated train, American styled restaurants and shops, a playhouse and the S.S. Columbia steam liner that houses a restaurant and lounge. It is also home to the Tower of Terror ride.

If you are in DisneySea then must take following rides:-

Legend of Mythica: - Legend of Mythica is a daytime water spectacular in Mediterranean Harbor. This ride features the dynamic of the human and mythical worlds, and how we now live in harmony after years of conflict. It features Disney characters who are entered into the show but in a very workable way, representing the spirit of various aspects of life.


Mystic Rhythms: - A live expressionist show featuring drummers, tribal music, acrobats, and other almost-surreal performance pieces. Think of it as Cirque du Soleil meets the jungle. The stage features pools and a waterfall, fire, and other effects in a lush jungle. Beautifully costumed performers portray spirits of the jungle and animals. The acrobats are impressive, especially as they fly out of the pools and splash water across the set.


Big Band Beat: - This is a 30 mint Broadway jazz revue featuring tap dancing, an orchestra, and other performers housed in the Broadway Music Theatre, which harks back to classic theaters in New York City. The seating area is lavish, with nicely upholstered seats and a pretty stage. The show itself is fantastic, with incredible production value and incredibly talented performers.


Fantasmic!: - Fantasmic! is a musical battle between the forces of good and evil set in Mickey’s dreams with stunning effects, including pyrotechnics, water, lasers, fire, and a huge dragon. Disneyland locals generally camp out hours in advance of Fantasmic! So, if possible, catch the late show.


Journey to the Center of the Earth: - A hybrid dark ride and thrill ride, Journey to the Center of the Earth is Tokyo DisneySea’s flagship attraction. Starting with the approach that goes inside Mount Prometheus, Journey to the Center of the Earth is incredible.


Turtle Talk: - Kids interact with Crush from Finding Nemo in a screen-based attraction that mimics portholes out of the SS Columbia. Gains points for a much better presentation than the Epcot version.

Toy Story Mania: - A 3D screen-based shooter game with Toy Story characters. This is the best version of Toy Story Mania with a really cool queue and load area.


The Magic Lamp Theater:- 3D show featuring the Genie interacting with a Cast Member performer. It’s an enjoyable 3D film with good effects and nice, organic interactions with the Cast Member. This show is entirely in Japanese, but an English close captioned device is available for it.

Some of the other rides that are not to be missed:

  • Caravan Carousel
  • Mermaid Lagoon Theater
  • Indiana Jones Adventure
  • StormRider
  • Sindbad’s Storybook Voyage
  • DisneySea Electric Railway
  • Tower of Terror
  • Fortress Explorations
  • Venetian Gondolas
  • 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea

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