Favorite thing: on a whole day tour. the entrance to tokyo disney are the ff:
Tokyo Disney Tickets
1 Day Passport:
You can enter Tokyo Disneyland or Tokyo Disneysea all day long with this ticket, but not both. Includes use of all the attractions:
Adult (18+) ¥5,800
Junior (12-17) ¥5,000
Child (4-11) ¥3,900
Senior (60+) ¥5,100
After 6 Passport:
You can use this ticket from 6:00 PM on weekdays. It is sold from 5:00 PM for ¥3100 (all ages).
You can use this ticket in one of the two parks from 3:00 PM on Saturdays, Sundays, and National Holidays.
Adult (18+) ¥4,700
Junior (12-17) ¥4,100
Child (4-11) ¥3,200 Multi Day Passport:
You can enter one park on the first day, the other park on the second day, and then you may move between the two parks (called "park-hopping") on subsequent days. If you find that you need to upgrade your ticket, you can do so simply by paying the difference; this may be done at the Welcome Center, the park ticket windows, or the hotels. These are perhaps the most economical value possible, as the price per day actually decreases with each day.
Get around Tokyo Disneyland:
The four-station Disney Resort Line monorail connects Maihama Station to Tokyo Disneyland, Tokyo Disneysea and Tokyo Bay NK Hall plus the resort hotels. The fare is ¥200/100 for adults/children and the Passnet stored value card can be used. Note that, if going to Disneyland, it's probably easier and faster to just walk from the station since the Monorail station is still a 5 minute walk from the entrance to tokyo disney!
Address: 1-1 Maihama, Urayasu-shi, Chiba-ken
Directions: JR Keiyo Line / Musashino Line Maihama Sta
Website: http://www.tokyodisneyresort.co.jp/Related to:
- Hiking and Walking
- Family Travel
- Theme Park Trips
Fondest memory: I stayed next to a forest. There are lotsa big black birds "singing" from dust till dawn, they are of the size of young chicken! I could not fell at sleep for the first 2 days. So, I woke up early to have a morning walk in this forest, and tried to spot the noisy dudes!
Favorite thing: I could not sleep and woke up early in the monring, took a walked around nearby streets. There I saw a very nice traditional house inside a big tidy garden. I thought this is a shrine, but I was wrong. This is actually a private residential house!
Fondest memory: Pachino everywhere. This is the first Pachino I saw in Japan, next to JR Itchikawan Station. I went in to take pictures, all staff looked at me like monsters, however, not even one customer paid any attention on me, everybody just looked at their "money making" baby. I do not understand....
Then I came aross with many bigger and better decorated Pachino in Tokyo city, so, this suburb one is out!
Fondest memory: Beautiful things always a flash. Look at it, then keep inside your brain, take out and aftertaste it during freetime. You will find your memories keep changing, like white clouds in the sky. Reality, imagination, dream live, hope, past and future...... colourful? Or only black and white?
Fondest memory: Well, actually, I don't know wheather this is a river or sea. This is the view outside Keisei Konodai Station, my first view of Japan after I stepped out the train from Narita Airport.
Very peaceful, windy and comfortable!!!
The tent here is "home" of a 'homeless' people. Is it important / neccessary to have a 'stable' home? Living and working your life everyday in routine? Well... I think, it's not important where you are, how expensive the house you live, but who you are with. What do you think?
This is where I lived
Favorite thing: OK. This is where I stayed for the 2 weeks. I alight in this bus station and took a 2 mins walk back home (my friend's home) everyday. Lucky enough there's Kanji so that I can read, this made my life more easy!
Fondest memory: This is my first view of Japan from my plane window when landing Narita International Airport! I am so excited, my first trip to Japan.
From far, I can see very houses & farm lands are neatly arranged... very Japanese!
Second thing on my mind was I wanted to get off the plane as soon as possible, my friend was waiting for me!!!
Fondest memory: I think... this is interesting as I never see this in country. Funeral service for your pets. They even provide grave yards for your pets.
Mini Farm Land
Favorite thing: There are many nice private apartments in Chiba. Some can even acoomodate a mini farm land to grow their own vegetables!
Vigi Beauty Salon
Fondest memory: Hey guys, see what I found? I got a beauty salon in Japan! Next time when you go Itchikawa, pay me a visit, VT VIP 50% off! (^0^)
970 Hanazakicho, Narita, Chiba Prefecture, 286-0033, Japan
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2-18 Maihama, Urayasu, Chiba Prefecture, 279-8505, Japan
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