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Tokyo Disney Sea – Mermaid Lagoon

Posted in Uncategorized by tokyobling on September 1, 2015

You can tell that Disney is popular in Japan, by the fact that there are two, independent Disney attractions near Tokyo: Tokyo Disney Land and Tokyo Disney Sea. Tokyo Disney Sea opened in 2001 and currently has the world record in reaching the 10 million customer fastest, it took them only 307 days! It is currently the fourth most popular theme park in the world. Unlike Disneyland, Tokyo Disney Sea is owned and developed by a Japanese company, which explains its slightly different feel, as all Disney characters and themes are merely licensed by the Oriental Land company.

One the many interesting place in the theme park is the Mermaid Lagoon, which has a few outdoor rides but most of the fun takes place indoors (there are eight rides and attractions in total in this area), under the water in Triton’s Kingdom, which is set up to look like how Triton would entertain human guests in the big wedding of his daughter Ariel the mermaid and Prince Eric. If you look up, you can see that the roof is made to look like the underside of the ocean surface and if you look carefully enough you can just about make up the underside of a big ship. The setting works beautifully in real life, more so than in any photos I managed to take. Mermaid Lagoon is mostly popular with the youngest visitors and their parents, but still worth a stroll through for older visitors. There are so many details and hidden gems in this part of Disney Sea!

I have been here a few times but still not seen half Mermaid Lagoon. More exploration is necessary!











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  1. amadl said, on September 1, 2015 at 3:34 pm

    The LittLe Mermaid was my favorite Disney fiLm when I was a kid, so naturaLLy Mermaid Lagoon became my favorite pLace in Disney Sea. I cried during the theater show :’)


  2. tobikenobi said, on September 2, 2015 at 5:46 am

    Is it true that they sell alcoholic beverages in D. Sea but not in D. Land?
    The ride certainly looks magical.


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