Is there any fashionista more iconic than Minnie Mouse (spoiler alert — the answer is “no!”)?
We love everything about Minnie Mouse, from her bow to the Minnie ears we have WAY too many of (#sorrynotsorry). We’re also now seriously jealous of Tokyo Disneyland Resort because it’s having an entire celebration devoted to Minnie — and it sounds like SO MUCH FUN!
Disney announced a Totally Minnie Mouse event that will take place at both Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea featuring entertainment, merchandise, and — yes, that thing we get excited about — FOOD. And the event starts NOW and runs through March 30th (is it too late to book a flight to Tokyo? Asking for a friend…).
There will be Minnie Mouse-themed entertainment, including the “Minnie & Friends Greeting Parade: Totally Minnie Mouse” at Tokyo Disneyland and the “Minnie & Friends Harbor Greeting: Totally Minnie Mouse” at Tokyo DisneySea. Guests will be able to see some of Minnie’s old costumes, as well as listen to music from past park shows. There will also be a TON of new Minnie Mouse merchandise.
More importantly, though, there will be Minnie Mouse-themed food like a dessert and drink set that includes a Strawberry Mont Blanc, a Strawberry-Custard Tartlet and Verinne Topped with a Macaron, and a Strawberry Soda Float that comes complete with a Minnie bow! Seriously, will you LOOK AT THIS? 🤤
But there’s more! Six restaurants at Tokyo DisneySea (which is also celebrating its 20th anniversary) will also have “Seasonal Taste Selections” featuring menu items inspired by Minnie.
For those of us who can’t make it to Tokyo, though, we can follow along with the celebration with the @tokyodisneyresort_official Instagram account (excuse us while we drool all over the food photos…). But for those guests lucky enough to get to celebrate Minnie in the best way possible, have fun — we’re jealous!
And we’ll let you know about other happenings in Disney Parks around the world, so stay tuned.
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