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Tokyo Disneyland Resort Expansion

mickeyfan5534

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There's been a lot of promotion for Minnie lately:
  • Minnie Vans
  • Minnie as Captain of the Disney Cruise Ship, not just the Cruise Director
  • Minnie will host the new Christmas fireworks at MK.
I’m really liking this Minnie focus. Reminds me of the efforts back in the 80s of making Minnie her own character outside of Mickey.
 

brb1006

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There's been a lot of promotion for Minnie lately:
  • Minnie Vans
  • Minnie as Captain of the Disney Cruise Ship, not just the Cruise Director
  • Minnie will host the new Christmas fireworks at MK.
Minnie Mouse is very popular in Japan alongside Chip and Dale.
 

mickeyfan5534

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Yes! Totally Minnie! Great music went with that promotion!! Trendy but not too modern, nothing like MISI!
Meh. I think that if they did Totally Minnie now a days it’d get the same reaction Get Your Ears On had (Get Your Ears On is a bop and I won’t hear any different)
 

SweetDuffy101

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According to the news. Yokohama Government publicly announced its bid to have a Disney cruise Line in the near future, and According to Disney Respresentative, One of the Conditions is that as long as Yokohama Port Doesn’t build a Resort Casino, Disney might look into the Bid of a Disney Cruise line in yokohama port and and will travel across Asia.
 
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Animaniac93-98

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According to the news. Yokohama Government publicly announced its bid to have a Disney cruise Line in the near future, and According to Disney Respresentative, One of the Conditions is that as long as Yokohama Port Doesn’t build a Resort Casino, Disney might look into the Bid of a Disney Cruise line in yokohama port and and will travel across Asia.
I wouldn't mind taking a Disney Cruise Line boat across the Pacific instead of flying on a future trip to Tokyo Disney. :)
 

Piebald

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I'm kind of disappointed they built Soarin there. I find the ride to be a bit lame and even the show building is amazing I'm surprised TDR asked for that Clone. The only upside I see is maybe itll be a crowd sucker the same way Toy Story Mania is and open up the other stuff for visitors with shorter lines.

When I went we just darted to ToT and Journey while the masses all went to Toy Story.
 

ThemeParkTraveller

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I'm kind of disappointed they built Soarin there. I find the ride to be a bit lame and even the show building is amazing I'm surprised TDR asked for that Clone. The only upside I see is maybe itll be a crowd sucker the same way Toy Story Mania is and open up the other stuff for visitors with shorter lines.

When I went we just darted to ToT and Journey while the masses all went to Toy Story.
The plans to add Soarin' have existed ever since TDS first opened. I believe it was supposed to open with the park or shortly after but was delayed for various reasons. If its reception at Shanghai Disneyland is any indication, I'm sure Soarin' will be a massive hit at TDS and possibly dethrone Toy Story Mania as the most popular ride at the resort. OLC's current mandate is to prioritize adding unique attractions to TDR, but Soarin' is one of those clones that Japanese fans have wanted for a long time.
 

rabbit111

Member
The amazing castle stage show has come back for the first time in 6 years!

Oh! Summer BANZAI!




Judy and Nick's Jumpin' Splash

 
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SweetDuffy101

Well-Known Member
The nighttime show looks fun, but I personally liked seeing the castle without a stage in front of it earlier this year.
Well it depends on a people’s perspective, I for one have always been a fan of Tokyo Disneyland Castle stage shows because of the scale and technology that they’re using, and it’s wide variety of shows, concepts, Castle stage shows has more substance and storyline rather than the Usual seasonal parade, The only thing that sucks is at its capacity.
Unlike counter Disney parks, Tokyo Disneyland castle stage shows has been innovating from time to time, Well until 2013, When they needed a castle projection show to accommodate the needs of a nighttime show all year round.
 
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