Tag Archives: Tokyo DisneySea

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

best and worst global disney parks

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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A Price Increase Is Coming to This Disney Park for the First Time Ever

Tokyo Disneyland Cinderella Castle Sunset

Although Disney’s Magic Kingdom is the world’s most-visited theme Park, die-hard Disney fans would argue it’s not the best one. While EPCOT’s World Showcase is a front-runner for best Disney Parks in the world, the two that come up in conversation most often aren’t even owned by Disney. Right around the bay from Tokyo sits not one but two castles: ...

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Disney Park Permanently Removes Guest Perk, Will Test a New Alternative This Summer

Tokyo Disney Queue

In a world rocked by COVID-19, Disney scrambled after its pandemic closure to curtail crowds. To gradually work its way back to pre-pandemic Park attendance, Disney reopened without one of the most crucial perks of a Walt Disney World vacation: the FastPass. With Guests desperately awaiting its return, Disney had to think quickly to deliver a similar experience. On October ...

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Disney Releases Opening Date for Brand-New World of ‘Frozen’

Anna and Elsa

For the first time in forever, Disney announced the official opening date for an all-new world in one of its Parks. With two of the highest-grossing films of all time sparking a phenomenon among Disney fans, Imagineers couldn’t “Let It Go” much longer—it was time to dream up a world dedicated to Frozen and Frozen 2. Although Elsa enthusiasts have adventured ...

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

Bob Iger Tokyo Disneyland

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

Disney Cast Members Gender Neutral

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!

Disney Cast Member Pay Raise

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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Want to See Snow at a Disneyland? Here Are Your Best Chances

Chances of seeing snow at Disneyland

Disney castle Parks are already a magical experience, and one of the few things that can make them even more magical is beautiful snowfall. Believe it or not, it is possible to have a Disney Day in the snow, but it depends on when you go and which Parks you visit. ❄️ The snow sticks on the ground, pretty incredible ...

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Disney Park Charging Unvaccinated Guests More for Theme Park Tickets

Tokyo Disney Discounts

It has been two years, but it appears that there is still a push by some to continue to push pandemic-era restrictions and policies and make life more difficult for those who choose not to comply. One such example of this authoritarian endurance can be found at Tokyo Disney Resort. According to its website, a new “discount” has been issued ...

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