Tokyo Disney Sea is one of my must-visit places in Japan. This theme park is inspired by the myths and legends of the Sea. And who doesn't love theme park? Especially if it's built above the Sea!
To reach Tokyo Disney Resort, I took a JR Train from Tokyo station to Maihama station. It was about 40-50 minutes from Ikebukuro (cos I stayed there).
There'a a Monorail that circles Tokyo Disney Resort, providing direct transportation from Maihama to major destinations within the Resort including Tokyo Disney Sea. And more important, it's so cuteee cos they decorate it with all Mickey silhouette!
Mickey, Mickey everywhere~~
I didn't buy my ticket beforehand and that wasn't a big problem because we can buy the ticket in place. And I think the price difference isn't too far.
For only 5 minutes we already arrived at Tokyo Disney Sea! So excited! \(//∇//)\
Every little corner at Tokyo Disney Resort is so amazing and beautiful. I can't help but capture so many photos so I can treasure them later ˃⌓˂
I visited Bon Voyage before took train to Tokyo DisneySea, I was curious because the interior looks so nice, hahaha.
And this Daisy Doll is super super cute! I really love Donald and Daisy, I want to buy it but I was afraid it can't fit in my luggage. ╥﹏╥
Here's some pictures I took at Tokyo Disney Sea, enjoy~
It was a spring voyage theme that time so I could see many beautiful spring decorations, flowers, bushes and many more! All the decorations were so beautiful and colourful~ (///◡//)
Cute Mickey flower bush ♥
There're many cafes and restaurant to relax if you feel tired or hungry. And the visitors (that day) are mostly Japanese, like 99% local people haha. Cos I heard it was a public holiday so many people visit Disney Sea/Disney Land.
Mount Prometheus, the icon of the Tokyo DisneySea ◟(ᵄ̴̶̷́▿ᵄ̴̶̷́ ) it's actually part of the mysterious island.
Mediterranean Harbor is the entrance "port-of-call" and themed as an Italian port city. It looks so unreal like in the movie! ( ॣ•͈૦•͈ ॣ)꒳ᵒ꒳
Arabian Coast is themed after a popular Disney animated film, this time Aladdin. It recreates an exotic Arabian harbor combined with an "enchanted world from 1001 Arabian Nights".
And yes, it's so exotic and unique! I even can take picture with the camel LOL ≧▿≦
Mermaid Lagoon is home to the characters of The Little Mermaid. This "port of call" is unique in that it is mostly indoors and recreates the feeling of being underwater. And for real, it is.
Most of the rides in this area are geared towards younger children. I only take a walk and look around, not trying any ride there.
It looks so magical and it's even better in real life! I'm sorry if I have to separate my post about Tokyo Disney Sea to some posts because there're so many beautiful pictures I want to share! See you on the second part~ º◡º