Tokyo Disneyland is filled with many people through the year, and is said to be the busiest of all the Disney parks around the globe – there is no off-season here. A great trip for for both children and adults alike, Tokyo Disneyland is located in Urayasu, Chiba. It is right outside of Tokyo. The best way to get there is by taking the JR Keiyo line train from Tokyo to Maihama station. Then it is only a 10 min. walk from Maihama station to Tokyo Disneyland.
There are so many things to do in Disneyland, so you might want to stay at the hotels near Tokyo Disneyland. Tokyo Disneyland Official Hotels are expensive but are very convenient. There are direct buses from Narita/Haneda Airport to these hotels, and there are free shuttle buses to Tokyo Disneyland from those hotels. You can come back to your room to rest during the day and go back to Disneyland. The big daddy of Tokyo’s theme parks, Tokyo Disneyland is a pretty close copy of the Californian original, plonked in commuter land, a fifteen-minute train ride east of the city centre. Its theme lands, parades and zany extravaganzas follow the well-honed Disney formula and, whatever your preconceptions, it’s pretty hard not to have a good time. You’ll probably want to devote a whole day to Disneyland to get your money’s worth; a one-day “passport”, covering all attractions except the “Shootin’ Gallery”, costs ¥5500, or on certain evenings a ¥4500 “starlight passport” is available for entry after 5pm. The resort is generally open from 8am or 9am to 10pm, but hours may vary and the park is occasionally closed for special events, so it’s best to check beforehand. Tickets are sold in the main entrance of the park, but usually there is a long waiting line so the best way to go is to purchase your tickets ahead of time in okyo Disneyland Ticket Center is located in Hibiya Mitsui Building in Hibiya station, Tokyo or at a travel agent.