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    Tokyo Disneyland vs. Disney Sea

    Is Tokyo Disneyland very much the same as Disneyland in Anaheim/Magic Kingdom in Florida? If so, I'm thinking of just doing DisneySea. But some friends say they didn't care for DisneySea that much or that we should try to go to both parks. What do you all think? We'll be going this summer or any other advice is appreciated. Thanks in advance!

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    Hi @sfjudoka;

    How much time do you have to spend at the parks? Tokyo Disneyland is similar to Disneyland and the Magic Kingdom, but it really is its own animal. You could easily spend a whole day there marveling at all the detailing. If you're only going for one day, unfortunately, they don't offer park hoppers at all, so that is the only case where I would say "do DisneySea." But both are marvelous.

    Your friends are out of their minds. DisneySea is spectacular. There are attractions, foods, and theming you won't find anywhere else!

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    I agree with Lani - Tokyo DisneySea is my favourite Disney park anywhere in the world, and as someone who has done them all (except Shanghai - so far!), I can say that with authority. It is totally unique, has rides that you won't see anywhere else, and any that are repeated elsewhere in the world are uniquely themed to that park. We absolutely LOVED it and would go again in a heartbeat. Up until we set foot in there, Epcot was my all-time favourite Disney park, and it's still up there for me, but DisneySea just edged ahead a bit .....

    Tokyo Disneyland is so pretty, very exotic and so well themed, and again any attractions that are repeated elsewhere are uniquely themed there. If you can do more than one day in the parks, do this one first to give you a flavour of the culture and traditions, and then do DisneySea second. I hope you have a wonderful time!


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