TOKYO DISNEY RESORT
Tokyo Disney Resort
Fact Sheet www.tokyodisneyresort.co.jp
Contact: For more than 25 years, the Tokyo Disney Resort has
Oriental Land Co., Ltd. provided an imaginative and truly magical place for its
Publicity Department Guests.
Tokyo Disney Resort is an all-inclusive family vacation
destination, complete with two theme parks, three
Disney-branded hotels and an exciting shopping, dining
and entertainment district. Guests can enjoy fantasy and
magic in the enchanted lands of Tokyo Disneyland or set
sail for adventure at Tokyo DisneySea.
“Unlock Your Dreams”
Tokyo Disney Resort celebrates its 25th anniversary
this year since it opened on April 15, 1983. The theme
of the celebration is Unlock Your Dreams, and Guests
are invited to join us in this magical year to unlock their
dreams of adventure, wonder and love. Tokyo Disney
Resort’s 25th year ushers in a new daytime parade,
Jubilation!, at Disneyland; the opening of the resort’s
third Disney-branded luxury hotel – the Tokyo
Disneyland Hotel – a 706 luxury room hotel; and the
Cirque du Soliel Theatre Tokyo – a 2,000-seat theater
that will house an all-new Cirque du Soliel entertainment
spectacular. It is an exciting yearlong celebration not to
be missed. Cinderella Castle at Tokyo Disneyland
Where Adventure and Imagination Set Sail
Tokyo DisneySea continues to enchant Guests with its exotic ports of call – real and imagined
– around the world. Tokyo DisneySea will celebrate the resort’s 25th anniversary with five
seasonal events through the year, beginning with Spring Carnival, followed by Kids
Summer Adventure, Disney a la Carte (a food and art festival), Harborside Christmas in
November and December and, finally, Season of the Heart from January to March 2009 – a
time for Guests to romance their loved ones on Mediterranean Harbor.
The daytime harbor show that premiered as part of Tokyo DisneySea’s 5th Anniversary
Celebrations in 2006 continues to amaze audiences. The Legend of Mythica, performed on
the waters of Mediterranean Harbor, is a truly spectacular show, featuring some of the most
beautiful sets ever created. The show stars Mickey Mouse and other Disney characters as
they set off on an adventure to a fantastic world filled with creatures of myth and imagination.
An all-new day parade – In the evenings, the nighttime harbor spectacular BraviSEAmo! tells a unique love story
Jubilation! – celebrates Tokyo between two elements – the Spirit of Fire and the Spirit of Water – set to stunning original
Disneyland’s 25th anniversary music and thrilling water and pyro effects.
Tokyo Disney Resort
Opening Date: April 15, 1983
Ownership: A Disney subsidiary licenses its properties to Oriental Land Co., Ltd., the
owner and operator of Tokyo Disney Resort.
Location/Geography: Located approximately 6 miles (10 kilometers) east of
downtown Tokyo, in Urayasu City, Chiba Prefecture
Acres/Land Area: 494 acres, 0.77 square miles (about 200 hectares)
Theme Parks: 2
Opened: April 15, 1983
Tokyo Disneyland, which is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year, was the first
The Tower of Terror opened during the
international Disney park and is famous for its spectacular productions, particularly its
fifth anniversary of Tokyo DisneySea parades and fireworks displays, which can be enjoyed from anywhere in the park.
Modeled after the original Disneyland Park in California, Tokyo Disneyland is
composed of seven themed lands: World Bazaar, Adventureland, Westernland, Critter
Country, Fantasyland, Toontown and Tomorrowland.
Attraction Highlights: Big Thunder Mountain, Pooh’s Hunny Hunt, Space Mountain,
Splash Mountain, Buzz Lightyear’s Astro Blasters
Opened: September 4, 2001
Tokyo DisneySea is the first Disney theme park in the world inspired by the myths and
legends of the sea. Tokyo DisneySea takes guests on an epic voyage of romance,
adventure, discovery and fun with never-before-seen attractions, dazzling live
entertainment, distinctive fine dining, unique shopping and the richly themed Tokyo
DisneySea Hotel MiraCosta, which is located inside the park.
The Legend of Mythica – is an exciting
daytime show on the Mediterannean Attraction Highlights: Indiana Jones – Temple of the Crystal Skull, Journey to the
Harbor at Tokyo DisneySea Center of the Earth, Mermaid Lagoon, Sindbad’s Seven Voyages, 20,000 Leagues
Under the Sea, Raging Spirits, and Tower of Terror
Hotels: 3 (owned by Oriental Land Co., Ltd.)
Tokyo DisneySea Hotel Mira Costa – 502 Rooms
Disney Ambassador Hotel – 504 Rooms
Tokyo Disneyland Hotel – 706 Rooms
There are also six Tokyo Disney Resort official hotels, with 3,855 rooms.
Raging Spirits takes Guests on a Workforce: 20,000 Cast Members
thrilling, high-speed ride through
the ruins of an ancient ceremonial These Cast Members are employees of Oriental Land Co., which owns and operates
site at Tokyo Disney Sea Tokyo Disney Resort under a license agreement with Disney.
Convention Facilities: 161,000 square feet of conference room space
throughout the seven hotels
Ikspiari is a veritable 29-acre entertainment “town” that opened in July 2000,
consisting of more than 115 shops and restaurants, each having a distinct
theme. Also within Ikspiari is Cinema Ikspiari, a cinema complex with 16
screens and a total of 3,500 seats. Located adjacent to the Maihama
station, which serves as the entrance to Tokyo Disney Resort, Ikspiari is filled
with entertainment and adds a unique charm to the Maihama area.
The Tokyo Disney Resort and Oriental Land Co. are involved in many worthy
community projects. In addition, Cast Members throughout the year are
involved in a number of environmental projects such as cleanup efforts
around Tokyo Bay. The Beaver Brothers Explorer Canoes in
Critter Country at Tokyo Disneyland
• The tallest structure at Tokyo DisneySea is the Tower of Terror, at 194 feet
• The Tokyo DisneySea waterway contains of about 41 million gallons (155
million liters) of water – covering more than 22 of the 121 acres (or 9 of
the 49 hectares) of the DisneySea area that’s accessible to guests. The
waterway, which weaves throughout the park, is the largest body of water
in any Disney theme park.
• The tallest structure in Tokyo Disneyland is Cinderella Castle at 167 feet
(51 meters) tall.
• Tokyo Disneyland was the first Disney park built outside the United
The Tokyo Disneyland Hotel, depicted in the
rendering, is a 706-room luxury property
scheduled to open in July of 2008