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Here We Come, Disney Sea, Tokyo!

THIRD DAY... DISNEY SEA!

Checked out from Prince Hotel to Disney Sea, Tokyo.  The last time I came to Japan, it was Universal Studios in Osaka.  Good that they did not go to the same place this time... On the way, as usual, I sleep... Sitting on buses always make me sleepy... most probably, it is due to the early morning call, imagine getting up at 6am, going down for breakfast at 6.15 and check out by 7 or 7.30am each morning!  Well, conducted tours are like that.... :)
One night stay here...and off we go again... 
Disney Sea at Tokyo....
Mascots at the entrance... 
Easter Time in Disney... 
Everywhere humans.... 
It was a weekend... so don't expect to take on rides 
The waiting time is at least 1-2 hours...
So we just walked the whole area... took a couple of hours... 
Took a boat ride round the lake... 
Shorter queue so it was worth waiting.... 
Everywhere people is queuing up.... 
I respect the Japanese...
They are really patient people!
For impatient ones like me, I just walked and walked... 
And take pictures.... 
So nicely decorated....
Live band at the entrance while we were on the way out....
Thank you for the music...

Don't envy me! LOL....
Disney characters....
Must say HI to him first... 
Look who's on my head!!
In the midst of the crowd... 
Here comes the Pooh!
And one for the album before we left Disney!
Bye, Disney Sea!

Comments

  1. Always long queue in the themed parks. Some more follow tour so they have limited time to do much other than walk around and see a sea of people. Haha.

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    1. yeah, mountain of humans... really crowded everywhere..

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  2. Last time I went, also Universal Studio, yet to visit Disney Sea...

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  3. I only been to lotte world and everland theme parks in korea, i love theme parks as they are always nicely decorated and lots of things to see, good for photo taking too

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    1. I love to see too..but never tried the rides..

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  4. Wow, such happy and beautiful pictures! It must have been hard to leave. I have never heard of this Disney Sea place. My favorites are your shots of the gorgeous ships, and the huge eggs!!!

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  5. Best memories I have of my trip to Japan a long long time ago. Now I hear they have a bigger and nicer one in Shanghai.

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  6. You are so young at heart!

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  7. You look like a youngster! Ha ha! Did you climb up the steps! So fun to see all the Disney characters! I love cartoons!

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  8. I went to Disney Sea during December and it was so cold until my shoe soles cracked! I had to tape my shoe and bought a new pair. I heard that Disney Sea is more fun than their Disneyland next door. This Disney Sea is the only one in this whole world.

    You guys stayed at very good hotels as the Prince Hotel is high class and not cheap. The Akasaka Prince Hotel at downtown Tokyo costs a bomb!

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