Tokyo Disneyland Information

Last Updated on: May 23rd, 2024

Tokyo Disneyland information Facts and Statistics

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Tokyo Disneyland is a world-renowned theme park located in Urayasu, Chiba, Japan. It is the first Disney theme park built outside the United States and has been captivating guests with its magical attractions and immersive experiences since it opened on April 15, 1983. Operated by the Oriental Land Company under license from The Walt Disney Company, Tokyo Disneyland showcases the enchanting stories and characters from Disney’s classic films.

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The park’s layout closely resembles the original Disneyland in California, featuring seven themed lands, each offering a unique and delightful adventure. Upon entering Tokyo Disneyland, guests step into World Bazaar, a covered shopping area that pays homage to early 20th-century America. World Bazaar leads to four of the themed lands: Adventureland, Westernland (similar to Frontierland in other Disney parks), Fantasyland, and Tomorrowland.

Adventureland takes visitors on a journey through exotic locales, featuring attractions such as the classic Jungle Cruise and Pirates of the Caribbean. Westernland immerses guests in the American Old West, with attractions like Big Thunder Mountain and Country Bear Theater.

Fantasyland brings to life beloved fairytales with iconic attractions like It’s a Small World, Peter Pan’s Flight, and the enchanting Cinderella Castle at the heart of the park. Tomorrowland, with its futuristic theme, offers attractions like Space Mountain and Star Tours, taking guests on thrilling adventures beyond our world.

Tokyo Disneyland also includes two additional themed lands: Critter Country, inspired by the Disney film “Song of the South” and featuring the beloved Splash Mountain, and Toontown, a playful land where guests can explore the cartoonish world of Mickey and his friends.

The park hosts a variety of parades, shows, and seasonal events throughout the year, providing additional opportunities for guests to interact with their favorite Disney characters and immerse themselves in the magic.

One of the highlights of Tokyo Disneyland is its attention to detail and dedication to creating an authentic Disney experience. The Oriental Land Company has collaborated closely with Disney Imagineers to ensure that the park captures the essence of Disney’s storytelling and charm.

Over the years, Tokyo Disneyland has undergone several expansions and updates, adding new attractions and experiences to keep the park fresh and exciting. In 2001, the park welcomed Tokyo DisneySea, a neighboring theme park that offers a distinct nautical and maritime theme.

With its commitment to excellence, attention to detail, and the irresistible charm of Disney magic, Tokyo Disneyland continues to be a cherished destination for visitors from around the world. It embodies the spirit of Walt Disney’s vision, providing guests of all ages with a place where dreams come true and imagination knows no bounds.

Tokyo Disneyland Facts and Statistics

What year did Tokyo Disney Resort open:


Year that Tokyo DisneySea opened:


Amount of land that makes up Tokyo Disney Resort:

494 acres

Average amount of annual visitors to Tokyo Disney Resort:

17.3 million

Last updated 11/13/15

Number of Disney-owned hotels at Tokyo Disney Resort:


Last updated 10/1/16

Number of rooms at Tokyo Disney Resort hotels:

2,400 rooms

Last updated FY 2021

Year that the Disney Ambassador Hotel opened:


Year that the Tokyo DisneySea Hotel Miracosta opened:


Year that Tokyo Disneyland Hotel opened:


Year that Ikspiari opened at Tokyo Disney Resort:


Size of Tokyo Disney Resort’s Ikspiari:

29 acres

Number of shops and restaurants at Tokyo Disney Resort’s Ikspiari:


Last updated 6/23/17

The tallest structure at Tokyo Disneyland is Cinderella Castle, which is 51 meters (167 feet) tall.

The Tokyo DisneySea waterway  is the largest body of water in any Disney theme park.

The tallest structure at Tokyo DisneySea is the Tower of Terror, which is 59 meters (194 feet) tall.

Tokyo Disneyland attendance total for 2019:

17.910 million visitors

Tokyo DisneySea attendance total for 2019:

14.650 million visitors

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Number of Tokyo Disney Resort employees:

more than 20,000 cast members

Last updated 6/23/17

Number of attractions in Tokyo Disneyland:


Last updated 6/23/17

Number of attractions in Tokyo DisneySea:


Last updated 6/23/17

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