Welcome back guest author Zachary Ott with a photo review of the snacks found at Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea!
Tokyo Disneyland and DisneySea offer some fun and unexpected eats for guests! Check out what we uncovered!
This is one of the many Disney-branded vending machines selling an assortment of soda, tea, and juice drinks.
Numerous popcorn carts dot the landscape of both Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea. This particular cart, found outside the Winnie the Pooh themed attraction, sells popcorn flavored with honey and matching popcorn buckets.
Other popcorn flavors included: Curry, Sea Salt, Strawberry, and Maple.
These were two of the bakery options available off of Main Street. On the left is a Mickey Icon shaped banana bread and on the right is a semi-sweet melon bread baked to look like Mike from Monsters Inc.
Here are more examples of fake food displays. They look SO real!
This is the menu for one of the many snack carts. Unfortunately the strawberry churros were not as good as you might expect. The second photo shows the delightful display for these churros.
This was our favorite snack — Tipo Torta. We tried the extremely delicious sweet potato version. It can be best described as pie in the form of a stick.
The light flakey crust perfectly gave away to the very sweet and thick sweet potato filling.
On the glass covered Main Street (known as the World Bazaar), we see the standard Disney Confectionery.
Pork gyoza was offered at a food cart in Tokyo DisneySea. This savory treat had an extremely soft, almost doughy bun with a large amount of flavor in the pork and onion mixture.
Another snack option we tried was a soft-serve ice cream cone. We avoided the somewhat disconcerting chicken cream Chandu tail (Chandu is a very cute protagonist of the nearby Voyages of Sinbad attraction).
This is a Duffy inspired soft cake dessert with a sweet cream filling. This dessert came on a souvenir plate and speaks to Japanese guests’ obsession with Duffy.
Duffy is the inspiration for the Spring Voyage celebration, which occurs concurrently with the Easter Wonderland celebration at Tokyo Disneyland.
The Japanese park guests take their Disney inspired fashion very seriously and here we see a hair clip themed around the very popular popcorn buckets.
Another character inspired snack from within the park.
One of the numerous varieties of sweet and savory snack tins sold in and out of the park. These tins are a very common gift for Japanese travelers to bring back to family, friends, and coworkers.
Due to the popularity of Duffy, many of the tins (and other products depicting him in the spring voyage) were limited to three per costumer. Even on the slow days we visited many varieties of tins were sold out by the evening.
What snack do you wish was offered at Walt Disney World or Disneyland? Do you like the fake food displays? Let us know in the comments below!