Tag Archives: Tokyo Disney Resort

Disney Continues to Push for Inclusion with Latest Ride Change

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Disney continued to demonstrate its commitment to diversity and inclusion in this latest change to a classic ride. For years now, Disney has been leaving dozens of fans unhappy with its actions. Some have felt that the Walt Disney Company has gone woke and is “pandering to woke audiences,” while others feel that the company is not doing enough with ...

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Disney Unveils Four New Rides Coming to Park

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Walt Disney dreamed of creating a theme park that was never finished, and all could enjoy. While he very much succeeded in this endeavor, his company has extended his vision over the years. To date, the Walt Disney Company has opened six parks across the globe. This number is likely to increase as time passes, but these six parks have ...

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Disney World Has a Lot to Learn About Proper Guest Behavior

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A recent discussion on social media has sparked an interesting debate about Disney World guests’ behavioral expectations and norms. Most vacationers will likely only visit a few Disney theme parks in their lifetime and often don’t get to see just how different the experience is based on the location. Disney World, in particular, has many people frustrated over selfish guest ...

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Disney Cast Members Are Literally Spraying Guests With Hoses to Battle Heat

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Most people have heard about the record-shattering temperatures plaguing the Walt Disney World Resort in Florida this summer. However, the intense heat is not only causing problems at the Orlando theme park location right now. Across Disney’s many global Parks and Resorts, Cast Members are trying unique and effective ways to combat the extreme summer heat. August Is Disney’s Hottest ...

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Change is in the Air: Iconic Ride Space Mountain Sees Signs of Demolition

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Demolition has seemingly officially begun on the beloved Disney ride Space Mountain. Change is a constant at the Disney Parks, any Disney fan knows the feeling of their favorite ride closing for refurbishment, being given a seasonal overlay, or occasionally the opening of a brand new ride like TRON: Lightcycle/Run in Magic Kingdom Park in the Walt Disney World Resort. ...

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Disney Fans Are Calling It: These Are the Best (and Worst) Parks in the World

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Walt Disney broke ground on what would become a global phenomenon in 1955 when Disneyland opened its gates. Featuring 35 attractions, rides, and exhibits, Disneyland introduced America’s first single-rail transportation system: the monorail. The sweeping success of Disneyland spurred a sibling on the east coast when the Walt Disney Company launched an ambitious “Florida Project.” In 1971, the Walt Disney ...

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How DeSantis’ Meeting with This Foreign Leader Can Connect to Disney Fight

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Recently, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis met Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida to discuss business relationships. But from the Disney fan’s perspective, shaking hands in the picture below is a political leader struggling to wrestle power away from Disney and the leader of a nation whose Disney Resort is the only one in the world completely outside of the company’s control. ...

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Photo: Bob Iger, Josh D’Amaro Spotted at Tokyo Disneyland

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Another day, another Theme Park inspection for Disney’s CEO and Disney Parks Chairman. After visiting the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California, the Walt Disney World Resort outside Orlando, Florida, and the Disneyland Paris Resort, Disney leaders Bob Iger and Josh D’Amaro were spotted at the Tokyo Disney Resort, observing the state of the Company’s first international Park and its 40th ...

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Disney Resort Announces New “Gender Neutral” Cast Member Policy

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It appears that more “progressive” changes are continuing to be made within the Disney Theme Parks–by Disney’s hand or otherwise. While there are six Disney Resorts with Theme Parks established all around the world, The Walt Disney Company only owns a majority stake in three of them: The Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California, the Walt Disney World Resort outside Orlando, ...

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Confirmed: Disney Resort Employees Getting First Raise in 6 Years!

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As labor disputes over wage negotiations possibly near completion in Central Florida between Cast Member Labor Union Unite Here Local 737 and The Walt Disney World Resort, another Disney Theme Park Resort is announcing pay increases for their own Cast Members. Coincidentally, these Cast Members work for the only Theme Parks, and Resort, NOT operated by The Walt Disney Company. ...

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