Tokyo Disneyland Resort Pictures
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Last morning awaking to a view of Tokyo DisneySea.
Big Thunder and Splash Mountain in the distance.
Panning left Cinderella Castle
In the distance Tokyo Skytree tower
Tokyo Disneyland Hotel
A monorail pulling out of the Bayside Station
I think I have taken way too many pictures like this but I really enjoyed our view.
A closer look at the work going on backstage on the Disneyland parking lot side. Looks like site prep for the expansion.
Another Monorail making the rounds.
A 15th Anniversary Monorail on the line too.
A video clip of the monorail on the Resort Line.
Purchased our bus ticket and ready to leave later this morning.
A Disney Resort Cruiser pulling into the Sheraton as we walked over to the Bayside Station
Another cruiser at Bayside Station.
Heading up to the platform.
The train was very empty, which seemed odd. It was 8:10am.
Guests streaming into Tokyo DisneySea.
We walked over to the Hotel Miracosta
The view from the elevated walkway.
No lines right now.
An incredible theme park entrance and hotel.
Looking back at the DisneySea station
Almost to the hotel front entrance.
A Christmas photo op just out side the front door.
The front driveway.
The fountain in the middle of the driveway.
The Arabian Coast is visible from here.
No signs of Christmas out here,nor the 15th Anniversary.
Banners over the doorway though.
Some decorations around the banners.
Each crystal has a window on the entryway.
Inside the lobby 15th anniversary banners.
Some subtle Christmas decorations inside.
Walking down toward the park entrance you get a great view into the Mediterranean Harbor.
A look into the park this morning. Guests waiting for A Perfect Christmas show to begin (in a little over an hour)
Walking toward MickeyAngelo Gifts
Breakfast Buffet at the Miracosta
Hotel exclusive merchandise
Random Japanese snacks.
Back out to the main lobby.
looking up at the ceiling.
A closer look at the artwork around the central dome
A closer look at the ship in the middle.
Mermaid Minnie on the bow
Donald on lookout
Walking back to the Resort Line Station.
At the station and ready to head to our next destination.
Not many guests leaving DisneySea at 8:44am
Next stop the Gateway station and a walk out to Bon Voyage.
2017 merchandise had started to show up on shelves.
Today was Mickeys birthday so commemorative merchandise for sale.
Random 15th anniversary merchandise picture.
Heading back to the gateway station vs walking to the Disneyland Hotel.
At the Gateway Station
Tokyo Disneyland Hotel.
A tree in the Disneyland Hotel lower level.
A not so hidden Mickey in the carpet.
Tinker Bell on the fountain.
Another Miceky, this time in the lobby flooring.
Looking up at the main chandelier.
The podium for the Dreamers Lounge is decorated.
Outside some Mickey shadows from the iron work.
Heading back to the monorail.
Heading out to the platform.
My ticket waiting to be picked up.
Passing by the Sheraton on the Resort Line.
I am going for a second lap. The others went back to the room. It was only 10am so I had over an hour still.
The parking entrance for DisneySea
Airport Limousine buses waiting to be dispatched.. one may be mine..
Roamed around Ikspairi for a bit. It was nearly deserted at this hour.
As were the streets nearby.
Cigarette Vending machine in Ikspari. Cannot remember the last time I saw one of those in the States.
It was only 10:15 so decided to keep walking around.
I had never been over to the North exit from the JR Station.
So I walked over to take a look around.
Commuters parked their bicycles on this side.
Another lot across the street.
A moped and motorcycle lot down the street.
Across the road the expressway we arrived on. Traffic heading into the city looked bad.
On the railing a declaration by the city.
It was from 1985.
Notice Mickeys Passport has todays date.
Decided to walk to the Disneyland station
Down below a bus to the new Tokyo Disney Celebration Hotel, this is their value hotel that opened a few minutes away by bus.
Another shuttle bus taking guests to Partner Hotels.
The official hotels and Disney hotels use the Resort Cruisers.
A video of a monorail passing by and Resort Cruiser.
Since the Disney Ambassador Hotel is not on the Resort Line they have Cruiser service to the parks.
The Cruiser schedule
No line to enter the park right now. (Kind of surreal that this was Friday morning then come Saturday morning I was at Disneyland in Anaheim)
Last Monorail voyage of the trip.
Bayside Station was really quiet.
One Cruiser was there and it happened to be for the Sheraton.
The driver waited so I figured I would ride back.
I had it to myself.
To show how quick of a trip the timestamp from when I took a picture of the driver outside to this one in the lower lobby were two minutes apart.
A couple last looks at the Resort Line monorail before heading down to the bus.
And since the other 500 pictures I took probably were not enough :)
A Cruiser pulled up while we were waiting for the airport bus.
A look at the details on the back.