Tokyo DisneySea | Japan Travel Blog

We just had an 8-day trip to Japan. And it was a breathtaking and spectacular experience! The best part? Tokyo DisneySea! It was so magical and just amazing! And oh, we haven’t experience Tokyo Disneyland because we don’t have enough time since it will cover two days already and we will be needing to explore more of Japan not just in Tokyo. So we get to choose between the two and I chose Tokyo DisneySea over Tokyo Disneyland since we already experienced Hong Kong Disneyland.


Train to Tokyo DisneySea Station from Tokyo Disney Resort Gateway Station for ¥260 for Adult and ¥130 for Child

Gushing over this Mickey Mouse train with Mickey Mouse handrails! The cuteness of the train intensified my excitement on the theme park!

Bought our ticket at for ¥3,591 each for adult and ¥3,106 each for Junior ages 12-17 and yay for a hassle-free entrance! We just scanned the QR code on our printed ticket and ta-da! We’re already inside the park in less than 10 minutes.


First things first. You shouldn’t miss this fountain globe right in front of the entrance! Picture-perfect! And also our timing was perfect since Tokyo Disney Resort is celebrating its 35th anniversary and we became part of its Happiest Celebration!


The precise entrance of the park. And yes, a lot of people are about to enter the park with us though.

Upon entering the park, all I can see was a sea of people, mostly kids in their cutiepatootie costumes, couples and squad in matching tees, matching outfits, matching headpieces and accessories, which is really cute! We’re not informed about the matchy matchy thingy we should have wore our matchy outfits!

Tokyo DisneySea is divided into seven lands: Mediterranean Harbor,American Waterfront, Port Discovery, Mysterious Island, Mermaid Lagoon, Arabian Coast, and Lost River Delta. View full map of Tokyo DisneySea here. And yes, you really need a map because the park is so huge! So tiring to explore.

Getting a fastpass was really worth it especially for the attraction with more than 1 hour queue time. View our Tokyo DisneySea Fastpass Strategy here.


My fave among the rides? Our first and last ride which is the Tower of Terror ride & the Toy Story Mania!

This crazy and intense Tower of Terror ride was by far, the best (and the most extreme) ride I’ve ever experienced in my whole life! Can’t really imagine until now that I survived the thrill!


While our first ride was so intense, our last ride which is the Toy Story Mania! was the jolliest among all the rides I’ve ever experienced!

It was indeed the happiest place on earth! Oh, wait that might be Disneyland. Heh! It’s still Disney so I’ll quit arguing with you. 😉






My fave chicken & cheese (forgot the real name of the food huhu but it’s super yummy I ate 2!) + garlic shrimp flavored popcorn for lunch-merienda. Expect their foods to be pricey though (but it’s worth it! for a new food experience) but you can still bring snacks inside the theme park since they’re not really that strict when it comes to bringing food.


Bonus spot:

And while we’re walking around the Lost River Delta, I just realized that the movie “Coco” was released by Walt Disney Pictures so why not have an attraction inside the Disney park? I feel really sad because it was my favorite movie as of now since Mama Coco made me cry. Ha ha! Then all of a sudden I spotted this Coco wall! I’m so happy!!! My heart is screaming! ❤


Remember me
Though I have to say goodbye
Remember me
Don’t let it make you cry
For ever if I’m far away
I hold you in my heart
I sing a secret song to you
Each night we are apart
Remember me
Though I have to travel far
Remember me
Each time you hear a sad guitar
Know that I’m with you
The only way that I can be
Until you’re in my arms again
Remember me


Can you see my tears streaming down my face? 😢 I bet you don’t if you haven’t watched it yet.



How to go to Tokyo DisneySea by Train: 

From Shinjuku Station

  • Take the JR Chuo Line Rapid Train to Tokyo Station, that will take you 14 minutes.
  • At Tokyo station, switch to JR Keiyo Line or JR Musashino Line and go to Maihama Station. Both options will take you 15 more minutes.
  • Total cost: ¥420 (Nothing to pay when you have JR Pass)
  • From Maihama Station take Disney Resort Line to Tokyo DisneySea
  • Total cost: ¥260 Adult, ¥130 Child


From Tokyo Station

  • Take the JR Keiyo Line or the JR Musashino Line and go to Maihama Station.
  • Total cost ¥220 (Nothing to pay when you have JR Pass)
  • From Maihama Station take Disney Resort Line to Tokyo DisneySea
  • Total cost: ¥260 Adult, ¥130 Child


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