Visit Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo Disneysea In 2 Days


Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea are the two most visited playgrounds in Japan. Aside from being strategically located and easily accessible from Tokyo, the atmosphere of the playground and the variety of attractions and facilities we cannot find anywhere else. In fact and the static data gathered by the Info Japan Team over the past 2 years, 7 out of 10 people asked for access and information to Tokyo Disneyland if Tokyo DisneySea through the Japanese Info Online Tour Guide service. For friends who want to visit Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea, The following is a travel guide for tourists in Japan that we have taken from personal experience and friends who have been to this place.




Getting to know Tokyo Disneyland Tokyo Disneyland 
Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea are the two most visited playgrounds in Japan Visit Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo Disneysea In 2 Days
is part of the Tokyo Disney Resod complex. Located in Maihama district, Urayasu City, Chiba seafront, the area of ​​Tokyo Disneyland reaches 465 thousand square meters, and has 7 areas, each of which has its own theme. The seven areas are World Bazaar, Adventureland, Westernland, Critter Country, Fantasyland, Toontown, and Tomorrow Land.
Disneyland also offers family favorite attractions such as Jungle Cruise, Pirates of the Caribbean, Big Thunder Mountain, Haunted Mansion. Pooh's Honey Hunt, Splash Mountain, and Micro Adventure. This attraction not only captivates children but also adults.

Getting to know Tokyo DisneySea
is a playground that hosts the Tokyo Disneyland resort area. It is right next to Tokyo Disneyland. Since opening on September 4, 2001, this place has always been a favorite destination for tourists including from Indonesia.
The game themes at Tokyo DisneySea include the Mediterranean Harbor, Mermaid Lagoon, Arabian Coast, and Amenca Waterfront. The favorite rides to be tried here are Toy Story Mania, Journey and the Tower of Terror roller coaster.

Access to Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea 
Upon arrival at Haneda Airport, friends can take the Tokyo Monorail train to Hamarnatsucho Station (about 20 minutes with a ticket of 490 yen). Then at Hamamatsucho Station we move to the JR Yamanote Line to Tokyo Station. The trip takes around 6 minutes and the ticket price is 190 yen.
From Tokyo Station, we can take the JR Keiyo Line and JR Musashino Line trains and get off at Maiharna Station, with a travel time of about 15 minutes the ticket costs 220 yen. In addition, we can also take the shuttle bus from Tokyo Station, which directly goes to Tokyo Disney Resort, with a travel time of approximately 35 minutes.
From Narita Airport, we can take the Narita Express train to Higashi Matsudo station. Then move to the JR Musashino Line towards Tokyo and get off at Maihama Station. The travel time is around 70 minutes and the ticket price is 1250 yen. This route is the fastest and only ever changed the train.

From Maihama Station, there is a Disney Resort Line train that connects Maihama Station, Tokyo DisneySea, Tokyo Disneyland, and Bayside Station. The Disney Resort Line is a unique Disney-themed train. The Mickey Mouse shaped and also the interior atmosphere of the train that will be "warmed up" before we go to Tokyo Disneyland or Tokyo DisneySea.

Entrance ticket
Entrance tickets are available but the main gate area is either Tokyo Disneyland or Tokyo DisneySea. Osa's friends bought him directly. However, the Japanese Info Team recommends buying it online Why? Because long queues are almost always stuck at the ticket window (at least from the experience of 9 calls to Disneyland / DisneySea). Even though the ticket window is opened 1 hour before the play page is opened (i.e. 8 paga, but it feels like it's going to waste time and energy if we have to queue up. It's better to come at 8:30 and get ready to play with tickets right?
Disneyland and DisneySea entrance tickets are sold separately. However, friends can buy a 2-day pass that can be used to play in both playgrounds for two consecutive days. For example, on June 10 playing at Disneyland, then on the 11th Jurk played at DisneySea. Why are two days different? Because spending 1 day to pay for Disneyland and AsneySea will be very wasteful. Most friends can only enjoy 2-3 games, even though there are many rides, parades, and exciting acts that we enjoy.

Entrance tickets for Disneyland and DisneySea have to be printed out on A4 paper. Tickets are in the form of a QR code, where a scanner will supply our tickets. Don't expect to be able to use cellphones and show tickets. Make sure your friends' briquettes are not known by others, because if your QR code ticket prints back and is used by someone else, then you can't go to the Tokyo Disney Resort anymore. TIPS: print the ticket on A4 paper from before leaving for Japan.

What is the difference between one day and multi day passport?
Many questions that are entered via email and whatsapp chat Tour Guide Online, ask what the difference is. Of course the most important is the price fix. Here's the price tag for comparison friends.

If you really want to visit Tokyo Disneyland and DisneySea in a row (in 2.3, or 4 days) it's better to directly buy a multi day passport. Within 1 day, friends can only visit one of these two playgrounds.

First Day Itinerary: Tokyo DisneySea 

Before visiting Tokyo DisneySea, it would be good if friends were to make a list of vehicles or parades that you wanted to visit. Especially to Disneyland with kids, make sure to forget about the midnight parade. The rules are easy, make a list or order of parades you want to se(including special parades that exist), then pause between the parades we make a list of vehicles that you want to enjoy.
Example: The parade you want to enjoy:
1. Fantasmic (Mediterranean Harbor area) 
2. King Triton Concert (Mermaid Lagoon area), and 
3. Sky High Wishes (parade will surround the park)

Then, we can arrange the vehicle that we want to enjoy between the parades. It is better if one area or at least not mature. this is an example of an itinerary at Tokyo DisneySea.

1. Toy Story Mania (with fast pass) - make sure to follow our tricks to get a fast pass Toy  Story Mania!
2. Aquatopia 
3. See Sky High Wishes 
4. Eat 
5. Mermaid Lagoon Theater (photo before the list of the itinerary) 
6. see King Triton Concert 
7. Journey to the Center of the Earth (picture after the listed itinerary)
8. Walk around, rest, and buy souvenirs 
9. Tower of Terror (with fast pass) 10. See Fantasmic (late night) —see one,


The waiting time for each game is between 1 hour and 2 hours. Especially for favorite rides like Tower of Terror and Toy Story Mania can take up to 3-4 hours. The break time can be used to get around, eat, or visit rides that are not too crowded, such as the Carousel Caravan or Jumpin Jellyfish. You need to pay attention too, whether in the playground area. There are a number of rides and parades that are outside and not operated during rainy weather. Alternatively, we play a vehicle or see a parade / show that is held indoors.

Lunch or dinner
Friends need to know, restaurants in the Disneyland area and DisneySea are ALWAYS full of visitors. To be able to order a menu then eat inside, we must book a place first.
So, roughly, there must be 1 person who sacrifices not playing or going around to reserve a place first. This can be done, but it is rather difficult to do if we travel with children who want to play and need to be watched. In addition, it is not easy to make an appointment to meet at a spot or place Disneyland and DisneySea if you see full visitors. So, the easiest is to buy food such as burgers, fries, or hot dogs that can be eaten while walking or sitting in the garden area. This method can also be used to fill free time when we wait for the vehicle queue. Instead of nothing, right? Mending to eat first, hehe.

Surf Internet at Disneyland and DisneySea

Throughout the playground area, there is no free internet access. Especially for friends who come in groups or as a family, of course, need the internet to be able to communicate and find out the location/position of each. The condition of the playground that is filled with visitors almost every day, makes us almost impossible to find people. Even if you can, it will definitely be a waste of time. The Info Japan team recommends that you surf the Docomo sim card or rent a Pupuru internet router. But if you really intend to play each one, it's not necessary to rent the internet. It is enough by appointment to meet at certain hours and locations.

Second Day Itinerary: Tokyo Disneyland

The second day the body is usually not too fit. Playing and going around [of course waiting] consumes a lot of energy. The Japanese Info Team recommends trying DisneySea first
new Disneyland. Why? Because DisneySea is more "draining" than Disneyland. DisneySea's waiting time can be up to 3 hours, while Disneyland's maximum is only 1-1.5 hours. Maybe because Disneyland is more synonymous with children so that this area is not too many adult visitors. If you stay at the Tokyo Bay Okura Hotel, you can enter 30 minutes ahead of other visitors. We can immediately queue for a FastPass for one of the rides. Like visiting Tokyo DisneySea yesterday, it's good if friends have made a list of rides or parades that they want to visit. The rules are the same: make a list or order of parades you want to see (including special parades existing), then the time lag between the parade we make a list of vehicles that you want to enjoy.

Example: The parade you want to enjoy:
1. Horseshoe Roundup Woody (Westernland area)
2. Daytime Parade (parade will surround the park at noon), and
3. "Tokyo Disneyland Dreamlights" Nighttime Parade (parade will surround the park at night)
Then, this is a game that you want to enjoy. This is an example of an itinerary at Tokyo Disneyland.
1. Pooh's Hunny Hunt (by fast pass)
2. It's a Small World
3. Splash Mountain (with fast pass) while looking at the Daytime Parade
4. Lunch and shop for souvenirs
5. Mickey's Philharmagic (picture before the list itinerary)
6. Play at the Grand Circuit Raceway
7. Monster Inc Ride and Seek (with fast pass) - the photo after the following itinerary list
8. Walk around, rest, and buy souvenirs
9. Seeing the Nighttime Parade


The waiting time for each game is between 30 minutes and 1 hour. The break time can be used to get around, eat, or visit rides that are not too crowded, such as Castle Carousel or take a Beaver Brothers canoe. You need to pay attention too, whether in the playground area. There are a number of rides and parades that are outside and not operated during rainy weather. We play rides or see parades/shows that are held indoors.

Important Note for those who are confused Choose Tokyo Disneyland or Tokyo DisneySea
If you only have one day to play in this playground, or it means you have to choose one of these theme parks, the Japanese Info Team recommends trying out Tokyo DisneySea. Why? Because Tokyo Disneyland can be said to be the same both in Japan and throughout the world. But if DisneySea is only available in Japan. But if it's a vacation together with children (under 11 years), it's better to visit Tokyo Disneyland. They would prefer to watch a parade, show, or attraction of the game by Disney characters, rather than a rides game at Tokyo Disneyland.

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