Disney’s Easter Tokyo DisneySea March 27 to June 6, 2018
URAYASU, CHIBA— Tokyo DisneySea® Park will celebrate springtime with the special event, “Disney’s Easter,” from March 27 through June 6, 2018. “Disney’s Easter” will provide a wonderful opportunity for Guests to spend the colorful springtime season at Tokyo DisneySea with their family and friends.
Again this year, the Park will be decorated with colorful Easter eggs and beautiful flowers. The Disney Friends will be sporting their must-have fashion item, the Easter “Bunny” Bonnet (a prettily decorated hat complete with bunny ears), to make Easter at Tokyo DisneySea a fashionably fun event. At Mediterranean Harbor and American Waterfront, Guests will find decorations with Easter egg and springtime fashion motifs. Some of the decorations at Tokyo DisneySea will feature the logo of the Tokyo Disney Resort 35th “Happiest Celebration!” a special event starting in April.
Presented at Mediterranean Harbor is “Fashionable Easter.” This special show features the Disney Friends in colorful costumes, and artists from American Waterfront, Lost River Delta and two other themed ports, wearing stylish outfits. During the show, the theme song for Tokyo Disney Resort 35th “Happiest Celebration!” will be played, giving Guests a taste of the 35th Anniversary event.
Guests can also have fun with the Egg Hunt Program (offered for a fee), which will be held for the first time at Tokyo DisneySea.
Venue: Mediterranean Harbor
Duration: About 25 minutes
Performances: 2-3 Daily
Number of Performers: About 115
Number of Boats: 5
The Disney Friends gather with unique artists from four of the themed ports to put on a fun festival of color in “Fashionable Easter.” Music celebrating the arrival of spring announces the start of the festival, as Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse sail into Mediterranean Harbor. They are followed by artists from American Waterfront, Lost River Delta, Mermaid Lagoon and Mysterious Island all dressed in special Easter fashion each representing their themed port. Seeing the beauty of the artists complementing one another’s unique style, Mickey Mouse and the Disney Friends change into new costumes based on everyone’s fashion tips. Kites fly in the sky, enhancing the celebratory atmosphere even more. The show reaches its climax to a backdrop of pyrotechnics, as the theme song for the Tokyo Disney Resort 35th “Happiest Celebration!” and Easter-themed music are played.
At Waterfront Park, the members of Tokyo DisneySea Maritime Band, wearing bunny-eared Easter “Bunny” Bonnets, will be dressed in colorful costumes. At American Waterfront, Guests can enjoy the performances of the “Fun Custodial” Cast Member as they add to the delight of Disney’s Easter.
Note: Entertainment programs are subject to change or cancellation due to weather conditions, etc. The number of performances each day is also subject to change.
There will be about 80 types of items themed to “Fashionable Easter” featuring designs of the Disney Friends as fashion models. Available again this year will be Bunny Ears Headbands which come in four different colors (white, pink, yellow and gray), so that Guests can enjoy mixing and matching with the Easter “Bunny” Bonnets from “Fashionable Easter,” as well as with eight different types of hair clips, including those designed with Tokyo Disney Resort 35th “Happiest Celebration!” elements. Also available are stationery, tableware and other items featuring designs of Easter egg artwork in connection with the 35th anniversary and “Fashionable Easter” costumes worn by the Disney Characters.
Special merchandise will be available from March 20.
Special merchandise items are available in limited numbers and may sell out.
Guests can enjoy the Easter event through special menus featuring colorful dishes that are just right for spring. Cafe Portofino will offer a carbonara pasta dish as part of a special set, and at New York Deli, Guests can enjoy shrimp and taramo salad served on a pink bun. Special cocktails will be available at Barnacle Bill’s, and a special drink that comes in a cup designed with Miss Bunny and Thumper will be offered at Sebastian’s Calypso Kitchen and Tropic Al’s.
Note: Special menus will be available from March 20.
GUEST ACTIVITY PROGRAM
Egg Hunt in Tokyo DisneySea
This program, previously offered at Tokyo Disneyland during Disney’s Easter, will be held at Tokyo DisneySea for the first time this year (a fee of 900 yen applies). Guests use hints written on a special map to find the Easter eggs that are hidden around the Park. The eggs are designed with Disney Characters and feature motifs of each themed port. Guests who successfully find the eggs will receive a Bunny Ears hair clip available exclusively for participants of this program. Guests can enjoy wearing this hair clip with the Bunny Ears Headbands for an even more fashionable Easter experience.
Mediterranean Harbor and American Waterfront are transformed into a fantastic and fashionable Easter with spring decorations that have Easter egg, Easter “Bunny” Bonnet, and colorful flower motifs, as well as with posters depicting images themed to fashion. There will be a new photo location at Waterfront Park inspired by a fashion show runway, where Guests can request Easter “Bunny” Bonnet photo props from a photographer to use for posing like the Disney Characters from “Fashionable Easter.” Guests will also find decorated eggs with motifs representing each themed port, as well as baskets and old-fashioned vehicles filled with colorful flowers and eggs for a festive springtime feel.
Note: Photo props may not be available for use depending on weather conditions, time of day, number of persons, etc.
Guests can also enjoy “Disney’s Easter” at Tokyo DisneySea Hotel MiraCosta. The restaurants and lounge will be serving special menus that feature dishes using ingredients of the season and that are inspired by Easter eggs, the Easter “Bunny” Bonnet and colorful flowers.
Note: Special menus will start being offered from March 20.
Disney Resort Line
Day pass tickets will be available in limited-period designs linked to “Disney’s Easter.”