We spent the majority of today in queues… though a 1-hour wait is supposedly quick for a theme park. A great thing about Tokyo Disneyland in comparison to Universal Studios Japan is that the fast-pass is free! The limitation being that you’re only allowed to take 1 fast-pass at a time, but each pass gives you an hour’s duration to return to the venue.
Entrance of Tokyo Disneyland
Me infront of the Tokyo Disneyland castle
Bashful from the 7 dwarfs
Here’s my mum with Grumpy, whom actually got grumpy at me because I ran out of memory on my camera, and took a while deciding on which photos to delete!
Mum and I at Tokyo Disneyland
Mickey (orange flavour) and Minnie Mouse (apple flavour) ice blocks
Mum with one of the Three Little Pigs
Aboard the Tokyo Disneyland train which connects to Tokyo Disneyland Sea and the Tokyo Disneyland Resort
The Tokyo Disneyland Electrical Parade…
Beauty and the Beast
Tokyo Disneyland Castle at Night
Our tour guide arranged for these freshly boiled (delivered defrosted) Hokkaido Crabs to be delivered to our hotel rooms for supper. Hokkaido crabs are also known as Tarabagani or the Red Sea King Crab. The crab’s meat was sweet and put a new meaning to the size of “king” crabs… very satisying indeed!