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2015年4月6日月曜日

Tips going to Tokyo DisneySea: vol.1 (About access to the park)

Kon ban wa!!! (Means, "Good evening" in Japanese. )

I went to DisneySea, one of the amusement park in Disney Resort in Tokyo, this weekend and thought writing about it in my blog.

I will recommend going there in early time in the morning.
DisneySea and Disneyland opens at 8:00, 8:30 or 9:00. (Depends on the day.)

*** Tip 1: The schedule for Tokyo Disney Resort ***
See following site for the schedule.

http://www.tokyodisneyresort.jp/en/calendar/april_e.html





*** Tip2: The map of Tokyo Staiton ***
It will takes about 30 minutes from Tokyo Station using train.
Take "Keiyo-Line" and get off at "Maihama" Station. It will cost 220 yen adult.

As Keio-line is placed at remote place in Tokyo station, you might get lost.
Click the following picture and see "A" to get to Keiyo-Line.


If you are from Shinjyuku, Shibuya, or Shinagawa you might take Yamanote-Line and reaches to the home "B" in the map.

If you are from Kanda, Ueno, or Akihabara, you might take Yamanote-Line and reaches to the home "C" in the map.

If you are from Yokohama, you might take Toukaido-Line and reaches to the home "D" in the map.

Following site will helps you.

http://www.tokyodisneyresort.jp/en/access/

*** Tip3: Going to The Disney Resorts from Maihama Station ***
You have to change the train at Maihama station.
The next line you are taking is Disney Resort line and the station's name is "Resort Gateway Station". It will be just few minutes walk.

Disney Resort line is one way go, and it will cost 260 yen for 1 loop.

If you are going to Disneyland, get off at the 1st station, "Tokyo Disneyland station."
It will take about 2 minutes from Resort Gateway station to Tokyo Disneyland station.

If you are going to DisneySea, get off at the third station, "Tokyo DisneySea station."
It will take about 10 minutes from Resort Gateway station to Tokyo Disneyland station.

Following site will helps you.

http://www.tokyodisneyresort.jp/en/access/drl/index.html

You will see cute straps and windows in the Disney resort line!



That's all for today's tips.
I think the Tokyo Station is little difficult to move..., but I'm glad if my tips helps you.

I will write about restaurants and snacks in the park next time.

Oya sumi nasai ! (Means, "Good night" in Japanese. )