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Tokyo Disney Sea – Triton’s Kingdom

Posted in Places by tokyobling on July 8, 2010

A couple of months ago I started my love affair with Tokyo Disney Sea, as you might remember from this post. For the longest time I was almost arrogant in my reluctance to even visit the place, despite having never been there (talk about prejudice – I have since learned to be a little bit more humble) but now I am a true fan. I have since been back once and plan on going again if I can ever get a weekday off. These photos are from the “toddler” area of Tokyo Disney Sea, a resort that is usually compared to as the adult version of Tokyo Disneyland, “Triton’s Magic Kingdom” and the whole are is styled out as an underwater cave. I have seen a few places that are supposed to simulate some sort of fantasy underwater adventure but this place is the best so far. There were quite a few adults enjoying the rides as well, but mostly really small kids. The place doesn’t look to crowded does it? That’s because I went on a really unpopular weekday morning. Try this at the beginning of the school holidays on a weekend, you’ll hardly be able to move! If you ever want real proof as to the degree to which Disneymania has infiltrated the Japanese mind, just ask any school kid or recent graduate to write a short piece of text in English, with a capital “D” in it. You’ll see what I mean. Enjoy!








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  1. Aysha said, on July 8, 2010 at 10:15 pm

    I think I am the same as you, I haven’t liked any Disney since the Lion King I guess (Disney movies not included though lol) but yeah! After looking at the program they had about Disney Tokyo on NHK I just wanted to go soo badly and now your pictures makes me just wanna do it even more, I love The Little Mermaid 🙂

    LOVE the pictures!

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    • tokyobling said, on July 13, 2010 at 2:46 am

      Thank you Aysha! I hope you get a chance to visit the next time you’re in Tokyo! TDS is so much better than the TDL though, but if you have time you should visit both, spend a day at either place!

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