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1 Maihama, Urayasu, Chiba 279-8511 Japan
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Ok, so where did we leave off? Oh, that's right! We are on the monorail heading towards Tokyo Disneyland!

And hooray! We have made it to the Monorail station!

Unlike the other ticket we had when we stayed at a Disney Resort Hotel, you can see that this one, only allows us to park hop on the last two days. That's just how it works at this resort.

Tokyo Disney was still celebrating Easter during our 1st and 2nd visits to the park. Easter in June? Well, ok! The Japanese do take their events seriously! =)

The first thing you'll notice is that Main Street is VERY different! This version, called "World Bazaar" is fully enclosed because it rains a lot in Japan!

It has all the normal shops you'd expect from a "Main Street" area, plus a few extras and some new restaurants too!

Here's what it looks like from the other side.

And yup, they have a bad-ass castle here too! Not one of those little rubber duckie toy castles they have at Disneyland in California! (if you can even find it)

"I fart in your general direction, California castle!"

And with Easter comes very random "egg-shaped" characters all over the park!

And when we say the Japanese take their events very seriously, that comes complete with exclusive "event only" merchandise...and a LOT of it!

Should I buy this hat? If you think I should...

Ok, enough silliness, let's step through the castle and have some awesome fantasies! My first one will be "Two Women on a Waterbed." What's yours going to be?

Well, it's not quite two women on the water bed, but there's clearly some animal-on-animal action going on here! =)

OK, so let's just get this out of the way first... Pooh's Hunny Hunt is the greatest dark ride ever to be created! And I'm not even a fan of Winnie the Pooh! The technology, the story, everything it does just makes it top notch and jaw-dropping impressive! Ok, that's done and out of the way now. First let's show you a video!

I know it sounds insane to say that a Pooh ride is the greatest ride ever made, and really, something like Tower of Terror DOES actually beat it, BUT.... when you look at the technology of this ride, what it does, the fact that it has no height restriction, appeals to everyone (even those who gag at the sight of Pooh), this ride really cannot be beat!

First off, it uses a completely "trackless" system for the ride vehicles. Everything is computer controlled, and the ride vehicles always seem to magically know where to go.

As the cars move through the ride, there are different scenes that they each go to. The cars don't follow each other in order, like they do on an Omnimover like Haunted Mansion, they appear to be free roaming, and in some places, seem to have a mind of their own!

And yes, all the typical Pooh scenes are here and represented...

See the ground? Don't see any tracks? =)

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