Thanksgiving – Disney Sea

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On Thanksgiving, we went to Disney Sea. In Tokyo, there are two kinds of Disneys: the regular Tokyo Disneyland and Disney Sea. The Disney Sea in Tokyo is the only one in the world. Why is it called Disney Sea? We actually aren’t sure, but it borders water on one side and each section of rides is called something water related. We woke up early so that we could get to the park when it opened. Disney Sea is just past Tokyo Disneyland and it took us about 30 minutes to get there. We arrived and it started to rain, but we decided to wait it out. It’s a good thing we did because after the first few rides, the rain pretty much stopped. While we waited it out, many people decided to leave and Disney was the least crowded we had ever seen it. In total, we ended up riding around 25 rides!! The lines were so short that the wait time displayed how long it would take you to actually walk to the ride. Our favorite rides were Journey to the Center of the Earth (a ride that starts off slow and then ends with a huge, fast dip), Indian Jones (a ride in a “car” with lots of cool effects), and Raging Spirits (the one ride that goes upside down). We also caught a couple of shows including the Big Band Christmas shows. It was amazing! The huge big band played Christmas songs, while people sand and danced. The best part was that it was all in English. A big thing is Disney is the popcorn and this time we tried to try as many flavors as possible. We tried strawberry, black pepper, caramel, coffee, and chocolate. Black pepper and caramel were our favorites. We had so much fun!


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