My Own Articles.com
The magic and fairytale fantasy of Disneyland was brought to Tokyo on the 15th of April 1983; it being the first Disney Park constructed outside of the United States. The park was built in similar approach to that of California's Disneyland and Florida's Magic Kingdom; and it is one among the two-themed parks of Tokyo Disney Resort, the other of which is Tokyo Disney Sea. These parks are the only Disney Parks not within the proprietorship of Walt Disney Company.
Tokyo Disneyland is a place for every age to enjoy family-oriented, imaginative, fun entertainment, with stunning live shows, colorful parades, and the magic of Disney all blended to create that enchanting atmosphere present in every Disney Park. Seven themed lands in Tokyo Disneyland bring out the most excellent, thrilling, and stirring amusement for every guest:
Critter Country's theme is all about the little animals from Disney's Song of the South movie called 'critters', and guests can witness the little homes and burrows of critters' all through the area, particularly along the Rivers of America banks, as well as the Splash Mountain's slopes.
Fantasyland goes beyond the doorways of Cinderella Castle into an enchanted land where one can participate in Pinocchio's, Peter Pan's, or Snow White's adventures. The land's attractions are based on Disney's classic animated films; quaint shops also abound Fantasyland.
Toontown bursts of cartoon and color verve, with loony town square, wacky hilarious downtown, and uptown neighborhood where characters of Disney, work, live, and play.
Westernland is where cowboy encounters, as well as gold miners, cancan dancers, and other Old West natives, await visitors. The soaring Big Thunder Mountain and the grandiose stream of the Rivers of America, add to its western-feel, along with its restaurants and shops that bring back rugged Western US frontier spirit.
Tomorrowland is a cheerful blend of imagination and science creating a distinct and fun glance at the future.
Adventureland features lazy Caribbean bayous, Latin American colorful marketplaces, as well as grassland and jungles of Africa, plus Asia and Polynesia's tropical regions.
World Bazaar is a gateway to restaurants, shops, and banks that features designs recalling the 1900's little American towns; it might be just a few steps away from Tokyo Disneyland's main entrance, but it sure is far from everyday world.
Tokyo Disneyland is an adventure one shouldn't miss when visiting Tokyo, and one won't surely overlook this magnificent attraction with its famous icon towering from far away, the Cinderella Castle.