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There is only one Disney Sea in the world, and it’s in Tokyo. Just like Tokyo Disneyland, Tokyo DisneySea is a hugely popular place to visit and is a guaranteed great day out. Its nautical-themed zones and original characters capture the imaginations of both young and old alike. 

Tokyo DisneySea attractions

Tokyo DisneySea is considered to be the Disney park aimed more at adults. This means there are quite a few bigger rollercoasters, such as Tower of Terror, Indiana Jones® Adventure: Temple of the Crystal Skull, and Journey to the Centre of the Earth.

That said, there are plenty of attractions suitable for children and families, including Toy Story Mania! and Jasmine’s Flying Carpets. Some of the most popular areas of the park include Mermaid Lagoon, Port Discovery, and the Mediterranean Harbour.

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Tokyo DisneySea is also home to Duffy Bear and his friends, original DisneySea characters who you can’t meet anywhere else in the world.

Fantasy Springs

On June 6, 2024, a new section of the park known as Fantasy Springs opened to the public. It is Tokyo DisneySea’s largest and most expensive park expansion to date. There is also a new, and rather grand-looking, Fantasy Springs Hotel just outside the park.

Within Fantasy Springs are three new areas inspired by the popular Disney films Frozen, Peter Pan, and Rapunzel. With each new area comes a bunch of new rides and restaurants, with Anna and Elsa’s Frozen Journey and Rapunzel’s Lantern Festival set to be the most popular. 

To enter Fantasy Springs, you will not only need to have DisneySea tickets but also a Standby Pass (available for free) or a Disney Premier Access Pass (available for a fee) after you have entered the park. You can get both of these via the official Tokyo Disney Resort app. 

Once you have obtained one of these, you will need to reserve a timeslot to visit the Fantasy Spring attractions. Guests who do not have a Standby Pass or Disney Premier Access will not be able to go to the attractions. 

How to buy Tokyo DisneySea tickets

Tickets are based on variable pricing, meaning that the price changes depending on the time of year and day of the week you go. Unsurprisingly, weekends and holidays are always more expensive.

A 1-Day Passport for either Tokyo Disney park costs anywhere between ¥7,900 and ¥10,900 for adults. Children’s passes (known as Junior Passes) are a little bit cheaper: ¥6,600¥9,000 for ages 4–11 and ¥4,700¥5,600 for older kids.

Pro tip: If you want to save some money and don’t mind coming later in the day, the Early Evening Passport and Weeknight Passports can be quite a bit cheaper.

Note that tickets are no longer sold at the park, so you need to purchase them beforehand. There are a few ways to do this, including booking on the official website. You can also buy them from KKday — they tend to have good availability.

Getting to Tokyo DisneySea

Tokyo Disney Resort is actually located in Tokyo’s neighboring prefecture, Chiba. For those coming from central Tokyo, you can simply hop on a train.

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Maihama Station is the closest train station to the Disney parks. It is a 15-minute ride from Tokyo Station, and you can get there by either taking the JR Keiyō Line or the JR Musashino Line; both cost ¥230 one-way.

Conveniently, as soon as you exit Maihama Station, you are on the grounds of the Tokyo Disney Resort. Although you can walk to Tokyo Disneyland from the station, Tokyo DisneySea is further away, so you will need to take the Disney Resort Line to get there. 

Narita Airport to Tokyo DisneySea

Although Narita and Tokyo Disney Resort are both in Chiba, it actually isn’t as straightforward as you may think to go right from the airport to Disneyland. A hassle-free way to get there is a shared shuttle bus service, which is not a bad deal if you’re traveling in a group.

Another option is to book Disney ticket and transfer packages, which will take you direct from your accommodation in Tokyo.

Accessibility services at Tokyo DisneySea

There are a variety of services available for guests with disabilities and those accompanying them. These include separate waiting areas for certain attractions, wheelchair rental, and transport assistance.

Guests with hearing disabilities can borrow a Disney handheld device which displays on-screen text in different locations. For those with visual disabilites, there is a Braille guidebook available. Note that both the device and guidebook are currently only available in Japanese.

While we do our best to ensure information is correct, pricing and other details are subject to change.