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Long-established as one of Japan’s leading family visitor attractions, Tokyo Disneyland was the first Disney park to be built outside the USA, and is among the most visited amusement parks in the world. Over the years it’s evolved into an expansive, utterly magical resort, with beautifully themed hotels, fun-filled and kid-friendly restaurants, and all manner of tempting shops. In 2001, the original park was joined by Tokyo DisneySea, a nautical themed attraction with a true-to-life recreation of Venice, and a towering replica volcano as its centrepiece. The resort can be found in the stunningly scenic Chiba Prefecture, which is only around 25 kilometres from central Tokyo, but feels a world away, with its lush rice paddies, unspoilt coastline, and sprawling national parks.

Things to see

Tokyo Disneyland is closely modelled on its iconic American cousins in California and Florida. You’ll find classic rides and attractions like the out-of-this-world Space Mountain rollercoaster, the immersive Star Tours 3D motion simulator ride, the outrageously fun Splash Mountain log flume, and the delightfully spooky Haunted Mansion. Visitors are often struck by the park’s wide open spaces and spotless cleanliness – even when it’s at full capacity, you’ll enjoy simply strolling around and soaking up the infectiously upbeat atmosphere. As you’d expect, the park also boasts some quintessentially Japanese touches, such as a restaurant that pays tribute to the world-famous, Edo-period artist Hokusai. Tokyo DisneySea today hogs much of the limelight once enjoyed by its older brother, with lavish zones inspired by classic movies like The Little Mermaid and Aladdin, and some truly nerve-shredding rides. Journey to the Centre of the Earth sends thrill-seekers careering through a subterranean world of strange plant life and terrifying creatures, while the Tower of Terror offers a hair-raising tour of a cursed New York hotel, which ends in an exhilerating, high-speed freefall.

Hotels in Tokyo Disneyland

There’s an abundance of fantastic hotels near Tokyo Disneyland, including several within the resort itself. These include spectacular luxury hotels, which boast decadent facilities like shimmering outdoor pools with beautifully landscaped terraces, gourmet restaurants serving fine international cuisine, and even traditional Japanese hot spring baths. As an added bonus, some of these hotels enjoy mesmerising views of Tokyo Bay. If you want to save some cash to spend on park tickets and souvenir shopping, there are also family-friendly, mid-range hotels nearby, where you can enjoy handy amenities like tempting buffet breakfasts, free WiFi, and kid’s clubs or supervised childcare.

Where to stay

You could quite easily enjoy an action-packed family break without leaving the immediate vicinity of Tokyo Disneyland. After an adrenalin-fuelled day rampaging around the parks, you may find the idea of an early night back at your hotel very tempting. If however you have excess energy to burn, you can head to the Ikspiari entertainment and shopping complex, which stays open will into the night. Here you’ll find an incredible array of fashion boutiques and luxurious gift shops, reasonably priced restaurants serving hearty fare from every corner of the globe, and a colossal, state-of-the-art multiplex cinema.

How to get to Tokyo Disneyland

If you’re travelling from overseas, you’ll most likely land at Narita International Airport. It’s one of Japan’s biggest and busiest airports, which you can reach directly from major cities all over the world, including London, Paris, New York, Los Angeles, Singapore, and Sydney. The airport is located around 60km from Tokyo Disneyland. Regular direct buses run between the airport and the resort, and the journey should take around an hour unless you hit heavy traffic. You can also travel by train, taking the Narita Airport Express to Tokyo station, then the subway to Maihama station, which is right outside the park’s main gate. However this may take a little longer and cost a little more.

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