Tokyo DisneySea opened in 2001 as Japan’s second Disney park. Like other Disney parks across the globe, DisneySea is divided into themed zones, called “Ports of Call” in sticking with its nautical theme.
In the Mediterranean Harbor, visitors can ride a Venetian gondola or explore a medieval fortress. The American Waterfront houses the popular Tower of Terror, as well as kid-friendly Turtle Talk and Toy Story Mania!, while Port Discovery offers a Disney-centric vision of the future. Other areas include the Indiana Jones-like Lost River Delta, Aladdin-inspired Arabian Coast, Little Mermaid-inspired Mermaid Lagoon and the Mysterious Island, with attractions inspired by the works of Jules Verne.
At night, Fantasmic! is staged on the Mediterranean Harbor.
If you only have time to visit one Disney park, make it this one, as it’s unique to Tokyo.