Until today, Tokyo Disneyland has been under a state of emergency with the rest of the city. Now, the Japanese government has lifted the global health crisis state of emergency in the remaining four areas that it applied to — Tokyo, Kanagawa, Chiba and Saitama, and Hokkaido.
Can you believe that it’s almost been a month since every single Disney Park around the world closed??
Since many of the parks won’t be reopening “until further notice,” we’ve all been anxiously waiting for any news about when we can set foot in Disney again (we just miss it so much!). And, it’s going to be a bit longer before guests can visit Tokyo Disneyland.
Today is World Health Day, which means it’s time to show some appreciation to the doctors, nurses, and other healthcare professionals who are working on the front lines during the global health situation.
Disney parks and properties around the world are showing gratitude for health workers through a variety of heartfelt messages. Read on to find out how each park is celebrating the service of healthcare teams!
As all the Disney Parks around the world closed in the past couple of months, it became obvious that the Walt Disney Company was in for a serious financial blow to their bottom line.
The truth is, when it comes to figuring out how much these closures will cost Disney, we can’t calculate an exact dollar amount. In reality, we probably won’t learn about any real numbers until Disney releases their quarterly reports and their subsequent Fiscal Year 2020 Annual Financial Report.
In the meantime, however, we can look to previous years’ reports and come to the conclusion that, to no one’s surprise, Disney stands to lose A TON of money by closing the parks.
The Coronavirus outbreak is still causing the Walt Disney Company to make some massive shake-ups. We’ve seen the closure of Disneyland and Disney World, and a slew of movies have had their release dates postponed.
And Tokyo Disneyland recently had its closure dates extended. A number of shows would have performed their last hurrah during this time, but the resort is making sure that guests won’t miss out on the chance to see them!
There are few things better in life than spending quality time with your special someone at the Disney parks. You know — that spouse, partner, or friend where you guys finish each other’s…sandwiches? 😉
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Happy Monday friends! We’re back with another DFB Video today, and we’re talking about the 16 most ridiculously awesome Disney hotel rooms!
Amazing Disney Imagineering doesn’t stop at the theme parks! Today we’re showing you some of the most amazing Disney hotel rooms and suites from around the world! Get ready for some serious hotel room envy! [Read more…]
Hi, there! We’re back with another DFB Video this weekend, and I’m sharing six things that surprised me about Tokyo Disney!
I visited Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea for the first time ever in November, and it was an amazing trip! But though there were some things I knew to expect, other aspects of Tokyo Disney took me completely by surprise. So I thought we’d do a little globe-trotting today, and I would love to take you all along with me to Tokyo Disney in our latest DFB YouTube Video! [Read more…]
One of my very favorite things about my visit to the Tokyo Disney Resort was browsing the shops there. The packaged souvenir snacks were aplenty; shelves, shelves and more shelves filled with unique treats. I was totally obsessed with the adorable packaging. Another plus? There were plastic displays showing you exactly what was inside of that adorable packaging.
Even with the plastic displays though, I still had no idea what some of the things were! Below is a photo tour of some of the items I found adorable and interesting, and a few that were just plain bizarre.
Let’s start over at the Tokyo Disneyland Hotel. There is a great little convenience store there that carries a wide variety of Disney themed food, snacks, drinks, candy, etc. Below are some of the adorable drinks that they had. The Snow White bottle is an apple & mango drink, the Tsum Tsum bottles are tea, and the Frozen ones are bottled water.
Various ice cream cups; each featuring a scene from a Disney movie.
Packaged candy, including chocolate “surprise” eggs filled with a small Disney figurine.
I actually tried Mickey and Minnie “Potato” crackers below. They are sort of a cracker/potato chip hybrid. Each puffy piece is Mickey shaped!
I love this little box of Mickey Milk. The only reason I know this is milk is because I asked a friend!
And how about this [Read more…]
There are so many unique eats at the Tokyo Disney Resort. In this post, I’ve complied most of the items my family tried on our recent trip. Rather than do individual posts on each thing, here’s a mega post featuring them all! Ready, let’s go to Tokyo!
I’m going to start with my very first snack stop at Tokyo Disney Sea. We stopped at Refrescos’ in the Mediterranean Harbor area for a little bit of everything: A Gyoza Sausage Bun, a Maple Mickey Churro, and Cream of Corn Soup. Basically one of every thing on the menu. We were really excited because there was absolutely zero line. I’m told that the Gyoza Sausage Bun is one of the most popular items at Disney Sea and sometimes people wait over an hour for one. We lucked out because apparently this was an area that just recently started selling them. Normally they are only at the stand in Mysterious Island.
I was most excited about the Maple Mickey Churro, but unfortunately, it fell way short of the churros we have at the Disneyland Resort. Although it scored major points for being Mickey shaped, the churro itself was hard, dry and had very little flavor. Really cute, but not at all worth it.
The Corn Soup was fabulous. It’s not creamy like a chowder you’d find in the states, but it is still flavorful and hits the spot on a chilly day. I love that it’s served in [Read more…]