Dining in TOKYO Disneyand: The Pizza Spring Roll

Having just returned from an amazing trip to the Tokyo Disney Resort, there are a few items there that I just have to share with you!  The Pizza Spring Roll being basically at the tip top of my list. Yes, you read that right PIZZA SPRING ROLL!

Pizza Spring Roll

Pizza Spring Roll

Located in Tokyo Disneyland’s Toon Town is this adorable little food cart that serves two types of Spring Rolls.  Don’t mind my husband ordering in what appears to look like a Ninja Turtle outfit. It happened to be pouring rain!

Toon Town Spring Roll Cart

Toon Town Spring Roll Cart

The two types of Spring Rolls offered are Pizza (yum) and Egg & Shrimp (not so yum).  If you’re curious about pricing, 290 Yen is about $2.42.  Very reasonable for a filling snack.

Spring Roll Cart Menu

Spring Roll Cart Menu

The Spring Rolls are pre-made and awaiting your arrival at Toon Town.  Both types look identical, so the different sleeves let you know which type of roll you have in hand.  The red packaging is the Pizza Spring Roll and the yellow is the Egg & Shrimp.  Perfect planning!

Spring Rolls in Warming Shelves.

Spring Rolls in Warming Shelves.

Here’s a close up of the Pizza Spring Rolls in their sleeves.

Isn't the packaging cute???

Isn’t the packaging cute???

On this

cold and rainy day this was really a perfect snack. They are served up very warm and are really similar to a pizza flavored Hot Pocket, but instead of a bread coating, it’s stuffed into a fried spring roll.  Gooey pizza sauce & cheese with a crunchy outer shell.  Seriously so amazing!!!

Spring Roll Guts!

Spring Roll Guts!

And one more photo just because I love the packaging so much! See Chip & Dale’s tree house back there??? It’s just like the one we have here in Anaheim.  But what we DON’T have and SHOULD have here are Pizza Spring Rolls.

Pizza Spring Roll in Toon Town

Pizza Spring Roll in Toon Town

Have you been to the Tokyo Disney Resort and had the privilege of trying a Pizza Spring Roll?  If it weren’t for my dear friend, Abi, who showed us every nook and cranny of the resort, I would have never have known about this awesome snack.  I can’t wait to go back and have another. Someday.

What do you think? Would you try a Pizza Spring Roll?  Stay tuned because I have a few more great Tokyo Disney snacks to share! The snack scene there is pretty legit…

Heather Sievers is the Disney Food Blog’s Dining in Disneyland columnist. See more of her columns here!

Comments

  1. says

    Wouldn’t it be great if the Epcot Food & Wine Festival had a cart from each of the worldwide Disney parks?
    I always feel a little ‘cheated’ out of some of these amazing treats!

  2. Casey says

    Pizza is my favorite food group and EPCOT International Food and Wine Festival is my favorite annual tradition. I hope this makes its way to Japan in 2015. If not, maybe pizza sushi!

  3. Jenny says

    I agree with Kev, I would love to have the Glazed Almonds and Pecans from Walt Disney World at Disneyland, they would sell like crazy and not just from me buying them when I’m there.

  4. Heather Sievers says

    @Kev Totalorlando – That would be great!

    @Casey – Pizza is glorious in all forms!

    @Jenny – I love those glazed almonds too! I’d also love the carrot cake cookie here, but I do like having special treats to look forward to when I travel.

  5. Heather Sievers says

    @Essie – Tokyo Disney Resort is incredible. Really an amazing place to visit! I hope you get to go some day!

  6. Whitney says

    Do you by chance know if the pizza one had meat in it? We are planning a trip (and we’re vegetarians!) and I’m trying to plot out any possible vegetarian options. Thanks!

  7. says

    @Whitney – I do not believe there was. I’m pretty sure it was just sauce and cheese. I also just messaged my friend in Japan, and she said she was pretty sure that it was vegetarian. But, just to be safe, I’d still ask when you are there. Have a great time!

  8. Nicky says

    @Whitney @Heather if you guys have been and could let me know if they are actually veggie that would be great as I’m also going in October and as a veggie im worried there will be nothing to eat! Thanks! X

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