Hello Disney Geeks! My family and I are on vacation in Japan and we wanted to share our Disney findings, experiences, and some Japanese culture with you. Be sure to follow along here at DisneyGeek.com for more posts about our Japan adventures.
The day before was such a beautiful and sunny day at DisneySea. The weather drastically changed on our second day at Tokyo Disneyland! It rained the entire day, so we were not rushing too much this morning.
Here we are in front of a very wet Tokyo Disneyland gates.
The layout of Tokyo Disneyland is much different from Disneyland in Anaheim. The lovely Mickey flowers are in their own standalone garden before you enter into the main area of Disneyland.
Once you enter Tokyo Disneyland, you step right into World Bazaar which is the Tokyo Disneyland equivalent of Main Street, U.S.A. This area is covered by a glass Victorian-style conservatory roof to shield guests from the Japanese weather. Believe it, it was very nice to be shielded from the cold weather and rain! This sheltered area is full of shops, which is very similar to to Anaheim Disneyland’s Main Street.
It was so cold and raining so much, we decided to stop by “Disney & Co. Gift Shop” to dry off and warm up.
We stopped by the Grand Emporium and looked at all the snacks.
In the middle of all the shops is this lovely Christmas tree.
The first character I saw at Tokyo Disneyland was Goofy and he was ready for his photo to be taken!