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Tokyo Disneyland Park


Usatama on the Run!

  • Venue: Parade Route
  • Duration: About 45 minutes
  • Performances: 2-3 Daily
  • Number of Performers: About 90
  • Number of Floats: 7

The brand new parade “Usatama on the Run!” features the Disney Friends and the bunny-eared egg characters, “Usatama,” having some wacky springtime fun! One day when everyone was busy getting ready for Easter, a breakdown at the Easter egg factory caused an outbreak of “Usatama” who then escaped into the Park. In the parade, Mickey Mouse and his Friends dressed as “Usatama Chasers” use oversized vacuum cleaners, butterfly nets and “Usatama” detectors to find the “Usatama” characters hiding all over the Park. When they have all been captured, it seems like everything is finally under control, but the “Usatama” are already trying to escape. It won’t be long till the zany fun starts all over again! The parade includes seven floats and a selection of carts. When it stops along the parade route, Guests can join in trying to catch the ever-escaping “Usatama” and enjoy all the commotion and fun of this Easter parade.

Parade Unit Theme Disney Characters
Appearing on Float
1 An outbreak of “Usatama”! The start of a springtime commotion. Pluto
2 Mickey Mouse and his team of "Usatama" Chasers are on the case! Mickey Mouse
3 The "Usatama" are playing hide-and-seek in an Easter garden. Thumper, Miss Bunny, Brer Rabbit, Yellow Rabbit, White Rabbit Chip, Dale
4 Minnie Mouse watches from a hot air balloon in the sky. Minnie Mouse
5 Donald Duck is a hair’s breadth from danger at the cafe! Donald Duck, Clara Cluck
6 Daisy Duck and the “Usatama” are enjoying some fashion styling! Daisy Duck, Clarice, Clarabelle Cow
7 Here come Goofy and Max and their "Usatama" Detector! Goofy, Max
8 Looks like Judy Hopps and Nick Wilde have the situation under control… or do they?! Judy Hopps, Nick Wilde

Note: Chip, Dale, Goofy, and Max appear on carts.


The following atmosphere entertainment will be presented in a special version during the “Disney’s Easter” event period.

Atmosphere Entertainment Location
Tokyo Disneyland Band World Bazaar / Plaza Terrace
Bicycle Piano
Roundup & Play Westernland
Fun Maintenance Parade Route, and elsewhere
Welcome Flower Band Main Entrance
Zip ’n’ Zoom Guided Tours

Note: Entertainment programs are subject to change or cancellation due to weather conditions, etc. The number of performances each day is also subject to change.


At Tokyo Disneyland, Guests can have fun with family and friends looking for the “Usatama” characters in this new egg hunt program (no extra fees apply). The mischievous “Usatama” characters have escaped and are hiding in all over the Park. Participating Guests can follow hints written on a special map to find the hidden “Usatama” characters and make their way towards the goal. On reaching the goal, Guests receive an original sticker as a proof of completing the program.

Decorations in Tokyo Disneyland feature the “Usatama” characters. At the Main Entrance, Guests can enjoy scenes that depict “Usatama” popping out of the Easter egg factory and escaping into the Park. Full of curiosity, they play and make mischief as they discover the Park for the first time. The Plaza in front of Cinderella Castle will feature new photo locations that show the Disney Friends playing with and trying to capture the “Usatama.” “Disney’s Easter” at Tokyo Disneyland would not be complete without the Disney Character-motif Easter eggs decorating the Park. This year there will be about 50 different varieties including for the first time Mrs. Potts and Chip from the Disney film Beauty and the Beast, Nemo and Dory from the Disney・Pixar films Finding Nemo and Finding Dory, and Baloo and King Louie from the Disney film The Jungle Book.


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