|DisneySea might be the most immersive park ever built. Most of the major attractions are unique, but even the “clones” are different from versions at other Disney parks. They also ratchet up the thrill factor over Tokyo Disneyland’s rides a bit, while still offering plenty of attractions and shows for all age groups. |
The parks lands are all related to the sea or water, of course: Mediterranean Harbor (“Main Street”), American Waterfront (seaside America from New York to New England in the early 20th century), Port Discovery (a “Tomorrowland” of sorts), Lost River Delta (the jungles of Central and South America), Mermaid Lagoon (a dry “undersea” area for kids themed to The Little Mermaid), Arabian Coast (the time of Sindbad the Sailor), and Mysterious Island (the world of Captain Nemo). Note that most attractions are in Japanese, but this is hardly a deterrent to enjoying them.
And there’s all that wonderful flavored popcorn and outstanding customer service. Everyone needs to visit Tokyo DisneySea at least once.