Disney Resort Line

Tokyo Disney Resort Line

Tokyo Disney Resort Line

The Disney Resort Line monorail runs on a single-track closed circuit of approx 5km. There are four stations connecting the Tokyo Disney Resort destinations. The trains travel in a single direction, here is the loop:

  • Resort Gateway Station - Ikspiari, the JR Maihama Station, Bon Voyage, and the Disney Ambassador Hotel
  • Tokyo Disneyland Station - Tokyo Disneyland & the Tokyo Disneyland Hotel
  • Bayside Station - The Official Hotels
  • Tokyo DisneySea Station - Tokyo DisneySea & the Hotel MiraCosta

Tokyo Disney Resort Line

Quick Facts
  • Opened July 27, 2001
  • 5 KM of beamway
  • 5 Trains - blue, yellow, green, purple, and peach
  • 6 train cars per train
  • approx. 84 meters long
  • 537 passengers per train

Geek's Thoughts & Observations

We found the resort line to be an efficient mode of transportation most of the time. Only once did we encounter the line down/having some problems and luckily it was on a day when we had no where to be. Depending on the time of day the wait went from a couple of minutes up to about 15 minutes.

The Resort Line is run as a regular train line. Tickets or passes are required and a fare is paid. We opted for two four day passes during our stay. Four days was the longest you could purchase. If you are a Disney Hotel guest your ticket is included.

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