Tokyo Disneyland Reveals The First Image of Its New Baymax Attraction

30.January.2020 | SPOT

On April 15, 2020, Tokyo Disneyland’s largest renovation project will unleash its large number of new facilities and attractions to the public all in one go. On that day, Tomorrowland will be unveiling its new Big Hero 6 attraction ‘The Happy Ride with Baymax’. Tokyo Disneyland is the only Disneyland in the world to have one. The first ever images of the ride have been unveiled. 

 

But hold on – is that Baymax is riding shotgun? The perfect form of our favourite white personal healthcare companion has been replicated 22 times. Each Baymax is committed to caring for each passenger’s health and happiness. 

 

As the ride takes off, the 22 Baymaxes get to work, each steering a car unpredictably to send you on an unimaginably exciting journey. The upbeat music will add an extra layer of thrill to your adventure.  Leave yourself in the care of Baymax, who will steer you on an unforgettable and unpredictable ride which is sure to put a smile on your face.

 

If you’re a Big Hero 6 fan, you just have to check out the new Baymax-themed ride at Tokyo Disneyland. 

 

* The image in this article is an illustration
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    Q-pot is an accessory brand whose products are made to look just like delicious desserts. The brand also has its own Disney-inspired line called “Disney Story Dreamed by Q-pot.” into which it has added the cute Baymax from Big Hero 6.

    Baymax is a tall, round, and white healthcare-providing robot who is gentle by nature. Q-pot. has turned him into delicious confection accessories for their Disney range.

     

    Daifuku

    Necklace: ¥9,500 (Before Tax) / Ring: ¥6,000 (Before Tax) / Bag Charm: ¥7,500 (Before Tax)

     Daifuku is a Japanese confection which features a round mochi filled with some kind of sweet filling, usually anko red bean paste. The shape of a daifuku is perfect for capturing Baymax’s form.

    Underneath the squishy accessories is what feels like real anko.

     

    Macaron

    Necklace: ¥10,000 (Before Tax) / Ring: ¥8,000 (Before Tax)

    For these accessories, Baymax has been turned into the traditional French macaron. It’s like Baymax really has been filled with fluffy cream.

    The necklace and ring are also topped with various decorations like the cute little heart.

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    Music from Tokyo Disneyland features everything from famous ballads and show music from the park to Tokyo Disneyland’s nostalgic anniversary theme song, a “Ride Through Mix” that has you feeling like you’re on the park’s attractions, and more. It’s a magic-filled Tokyo Disneyland musical fantasy.

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    28.February.2020 | SPOT

    Tokyo Disneyland and DisneySea will be temporarily closed until March 15 to reduce the spread of the new coronavirus. Japan’s Coronavirus Countermeasures Taskforce has advised that there is a high risk of spreading the infection at large-scale sports and culture events and facilities where large numbers of people travel from across the country and congregate in one area. As many facilities and events in Tokyo are being restricted, postponed and even cancelled over the next two weeks, Tokyo Disneyland and DisneySea announced that both parks will close temporarily from February 29 – March 15, 2020.

     

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  • Baymax Themed Food Flies Into Tokyo Disneyland Ahead Of New Big Hero 6 Attraction

    26.February.2020 | FOOD / MOVIE / SPOT

    The world is about to get its first Big Hero 6 themed park attraction, “The Happy Ride with Baymax,” at Tokyo Disneyland when it opens on April 15, 2020.

     

    In promotion of the exciting new ride, Tokyo Disneyland has announced it will serve six different Baymax inspired menu items starting from April 8ーa week before The Happy Ride with Baymax’s grand opening.

    Baymax Curry – ¥1,480 @ Center Street Coffeehouse

    When you think of Baymax, you think of his white, chubby round face and body. Well, that image has been brought to life in this curry dish, with Baymax’s cute appearance recreated in the form of white rice. The dish takes inspiration from the spicy chicken wings made by Hiro’s auntie, Cass.

    Special Pancake Set – ¥1,080 @ Center Street Coffeehouse / Time Served: 13:00-18:00 (Not serving June 1, 2020 – September 2, 2020)

    Like the curry, this pancake set is also sold at Center Street Coffeehouse. It comes with two thick pancakes topped with Baymax’s faceーwhich is a Japanese ‘manju’ steamed cakeーassorted berries, strawberry sauce, and other delicious delights, mixing together Japanese and western flavours.

    Sparkling Tapioca Tea (Cheese Cream & Berries) – ¥600 @ Tomorrowland Terrace / Time Served: 14:00-17:00

    BB Popcorn w/Basket – ¥2,600 @ The Big Pop

    There’s also a dessert-style drink at Tomorrowland Terrace which is a berry flavoured ice tea packed with dollops of cheese cream, as well as popcorn which comes with a popcorn basket of Baymax riding. This will be sold at the new popcorn shop, The Big Pop, which is opening on April 15.

     

    Tuck into some cute and delicious Baymax food at Tokyo Disneyland before The Happy Ride with Baymax opens for business.

     

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  • Tokyo Disneyland® Celebrates Opening Of New Park Area With Special Menu Line-Up

    21.February.2020 | FOOD / SPOT

    Tokyo Disneyland’s new biggest area is set to open on April 15, 2020, which will house four new exciting facilities: the new Beauty and the Beast attraction, the Fantasyland Forest Theatre, the Baymax’s Happy Ride attraction, and the Minnie’s Style Studio.

     

    To celebrate the new area’s opening, several restaurants and eateries in Tokyo Disneyland will serve up some special menu items. Participating restaurants are calling this special menu line-up “New Dreams, More Fun!” Let’s take a look.

    Sparkling Drink (Mixed Fruits) – ¥450 @ Boiler Room Bites and elsewhere

    Boiler Room Bites and other eateries in the park are serving these colourful sparkling drinks packed full of fresh fruit pieces. The cups have special designs of Disney characters like Mickey mouse, Minnie  Mouse, and Baymax.

    Special Set – ¥990 @ Refreshment Corner

    The special set being served at Refreshment Corner is inspired by Beauty and the Beast. It includes an apple cinnamon hot dog (contains nuts), a unique combination of juicy sausage, cinnamon, caramel, and nuts.

    Blue Bayou Course – ¥5,200 @ Blue Bayou Restaurant

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  • Tokyo Disney Resort® Celebrates Toy Story’s Hamm With Pig Pink Merchandise

    06.February.2020 | FASHION / SPOT

    Tokyo Disney Resort is set to show some love to Hamm, everybody’s favourite piggy bank from the Disney/Pixar animated film series Toy Story, from February 28 with the arrival of some exclusive Hamm merchandise. This includes fashion items with pink woven into it amongst other accessories and miscellaneous pig picks.

    *All Hamm merchandise will be sold from March 2 with the exception of sling bags, which will be sold from March 23.

     

    Dress up with Hamm

    Short Sleeve T-Shirt: ¥3,900

    T-Shirt: ¥3,900

    The unisex t-shirts include one design with a print of Hamm’s adorable face, and another more stylish t-shirt with a retro design.

    Cap: ¥2,900

    Body Bag: ¥2,900

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    Headband: ¥1,700

    Other items include a pass case of Hamm’s face, as well as a cute pig ear headband. There are lots of other items in the collection too.

     

    Pink life dining

    Tumbler: ¥1,100

    Plate: ¥1,100

    Fill the piggy bank that is your belly with food together with the pink tumbler and plate featuring designs that are actually used at restaurants throughout Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea.

    Mini Towel: ¥680

    Hand Cream & Lip Balm: ¥2,200

     

    The mini towel, hand cream and lip balm set, and other items are all pocket-size, so you can take them anywhere with you.

     

    This is just a small look at the pink range that’s set to beckon spring early. Don’t miss out on these exclusive items.

     

    *Product designs and designs are subject to change without notice

    *Available while supplies last

    *Photos are for illustrative purposes only

     

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  • Tokyo Disneyland’s Very Very Minnie! Event is a Must-Experience For Minnie Mouse Fans

    18.January.2020 | FEATURES / FOOD / SPOT

    Fans of Minnie Mouse won’t want to miss her special “Very Very Minnie!” event that she is hosting at Tokyo Disneyland right now until March 19. Expect to see plenty of cute decorations, experience eating cute food, and getting your hands on some cute merchandise♡

     

    Hand washing area

    You’re sure to have never experienced hand washing like this before. Keep your hands clean at the park with this special soap which when dispensed is shaped like Minnie Mouse wearing her iconic ribbon. This is available for the duration of the event only, so head to Tomorrowland or Critter Country to try it out.

     

    Exclusive Minnie merchandise

    Around 80 pieces of limited edition Very Very Minnie! merchandise are being sold for the event.

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    Cushion – ¥2,300

    Hand Cream Set – ¥1,600

    Wall Pocket – ¥2,900 (*Items in pockets sold separately)

    There’s also  a cushion which you can put your hands in to keep warm this winter, a set of hand creams, a useful wall pocket which you can store various items inーand many more items, up to 80 of them!

     

    Themed menu

    When looking for something to eat, make sure you try out one of the many Minnie-themed food and drink items.

    Cranberry Vanilla Mouse Cake with Souvenir Plate – ¥800 / Yoghurt & Raspberry Mouse with Souvenir Cup – ¥800 / Served at: Sweetheart Cafe

    At the Sweetheart Cafe, you can get your hands on one of two of these desserts which come with their own free souvenirs which you can take to use at home. You won’t be able to resist the addictive sweet and sour flavour of the berries.

    Special Set – ¥1,980 / Served at: The Plaza Inn

    The Plaza Inn has a very special set prepared: a hearty meal featuring two hamburgers, ice cream for dessert with a white chocolate mousse adorned with Minnie’s ribbon, and more.

    Popcorn with Buckets – ¥2,300

    You’ll find this bucket sold at the popcorn wagon next to The Gazebo. It features a design of Minnie looking good in various outfits. If you’re wanting popcorn at Very Very Minnie! then look no further.

     

    Minnie Mouse’s influence can be felt all over Tokyo Disneyland right now, so make sure you see everything when visiting for Very Very Minnie!

     

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  • Check Out Tokyo Disneyland’s Adorable ‘It’s Very Minnie!’ Show

    17.January.2020 | FEATURES / SPOT

    Tokyo Disneyland has launched its Minnie-tastic programme Very Very Minnie on January 10 and it will run until March 19, 2020. The programme is packed with exciting limited period events including themed decorations, merchandise and special foods and drinks. Today we’ll be focussing on the It’s Very Minnie! show. 

     

    Presented at Showbase, It’s Very Minnie! is a musical revue show featuring Minnie Mouse and her Disney friends. The show is a mixture of Latin music, romance and even club scenes. As Minnie and friends dance rhythmically to the music, their colourful costumes colour the stage in a variety of styles. Each show lasts approximately 25 minutes. 

    Minnie dances in a classic red and white polka dot outfit. Her performance to Minnie Oh Minnie will have you singing along in no time. 

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    As the music was constantly switching, the characters and dancers changed costumes at lightning speed.

    Finally, Mickey and Minnie danced together. Just watching the couple dance will warm your heart. 

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    Some songs and costumes in the show were even having their debut. The stage was buzzing with so much excitement that it was impossible to look away. 

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  • Tokyo Disneyland Construction to Finish in 2020 With Huge Overhauls to Themed Areas

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    It has been announced that the ongoing construction work at Tokyo Disneyland is set to complete next year, with the fully overhauled areas and facilities reopening on April 15, 2020. The park has revealed details on the works as well as provided news and information on the new shows, merchandise and food menus.

     

    Fantasyland

    Beauty and the Beast Area

    The highly-anticipated Beauty and the Beast area is finally set to open. The site recreates various memorable locations from the Disney film, including the town where Belle lives to the forest where Beast’s castle lies.

    As guests pass through the village and into the forest they will arrive at the grand castle, inside which they can experience the new attraction “Beauty and the Beast: A Tale of Magic.”

    Upper Left: Glass Set ¥2,600 / Upper Centre: Mug ¥1,500 / Lower Middle: Plate Set – ¥2,900 / Right: Pouch ¥3,000

    Upper Left: Stainless Mug ¥2,600 / Lower Left: Toothbrush Set ¥1,700 / Right: Cushion ¥2,300

    In the village shops, guests will find themselves spoiled for choice with around 100 pieces of exclusive merchandise to get their hands on. This includes a mug and plate set featuring a romantic scene of Belle and Beast dancing with the castle in the background, a glasses stand inspired by the handsome Gaston, and more.

    Roll up to La Taverne de Gaston, a restaurant with counter service that’s based on Gaston’s bar and seats around 200.

    Big Bite Croissant Set – ¥1,140 (¥750 on its own)

    French Toast Sandwich Set – ¥1,140 (¥750 on its own)

    Berry Cheers – ¥450

    The restaurant boasts a lavish and sophisticated line-up that meets Gaston’s standards, including a croissant stuffed with a sausage on the bone, sweet and salty cheese French toast, a soft drink inspired by beer―Gaston’s favourite―and more.

     

    Fantasyland Forest Theatre

    At the heart of Fantasyland, hidden away in the middle of a fairy tale-like forest, is Tokyo Disneyland’s first proper indoor theatre.

    The outside of theatre features a warm and welcoming appearance, and the inside features forest-like design with pillars that look like they are made of trees and a chandelier lit by candlelight. The theatre is also decorated with beautiful tapestries and wall art of the many forest animals that appear throughout Disney’s filmography.

    It will also see the showing of the all-new show “Mickey’s Magical Music World.” Disney fans can pick up plush toys, pin badges and more featuring designs taken from the show.

     

    Tomorrowland

    Baymax’s Happy Ride

    Tomorrowland will see the opening of the world’s first Big Hero 6 themed ride.

     

    Big Pop

    Just next to Baymax’s Happy Ride will be Tokyo Disneyland’s first-ever popcorn shop, Big Pop, which has a space-themed design fitting for Tomorrowland. Gaze up at the ceiling and see a starry night sky, as well as a chandelier that looks like giant popcorn and is based on the Big Bang.

    Enjoy three flavours of popcorn or a mix of flavours. Pick up a popcorn basket and serve yourself. Flavours include Cookie Cream (the first time the park has sold this flavour), Caramel & Cheese, and Strawberry Milk. All of them are deliciously rich in flavour and smell, and they’re all mushroom-shaped.

     

    Toontown

    Minnie’s Style Studio

    Minnie’s Style Studio will be Tokyo Disneyland’s first facility built specifically for meeting Minnie Mouse. Minnie, who is a fashion designer working internationally, will greet guests wearing different outfits coordinated to the current season. As the name suggests, it’s a studio, and will be decked out with costume designs and more. You’ll know it when you see the ribbon decorated with giant polka dots.

    Special merchandise will also be sold based on the four costumes for each of the four seasons. In spring, there’ll also be headbands, badges, and more.

     

    Special Merchandise

    Around 130 pieces of new merchandise with two different designs will be sold, most of which are centred around the four new facilities opening.

    Greeting Card ¥1,000 / Pocket Tissues ¥2,200 / Key Chains ¥1300 Each

    The first design, making up around 90 of the items, feature a jolly Mickey Mouse excited about the four new places.

    The other design, making up the remaining 40 or so pieces of merchandise, features logos of each facility and includes items such as t-shirts, caps, and other wearable goods.

    The Disney Hotel and Disney Resort Line also have some special things planned too. Check out the official website for more details.

     

    *Images are for illustrative purposes only ©Disney

  • Tokyo Disneyland’s Very Very Minnie! 2020 Event: Merchandise & Food Releasing Early

    25.November.2019 | FASHION / FOOD / SPOT

    The all-new Minnie’s Style Studio is set to open in Tokyo Disneyland on April 15, 2020 as a character greeting location where you can meet the Disney cast. In the run up to its opening, Minnie Mouse is hosting a 70-day kawaii-packed event entitled “Very Very Minnie!” which will run at the park from January 10 to March 19 next year.

    A special selection of merchandise and food themed on Minnie Mouse, from her polka dots to her ribbon, will be made available from January 9ーthe day before the event starts. Let’s take a look at what we can expect for the opening of the New Year!

     

    Special Merchandise (Available: From January 9, 2020)

     

    Parkers – Medium ¥4,900, Large ¥5,200 / Cap – ¥3,000 / Scarf Towel – ¥1,500

    Wide Bath Towel – ¥3,400

    Dress up like Minnie Mouse with one of the two parkers, one featuring white and black polka dots of different sizes, and the other with red and white ones. There’s also a cute cap, a scarf towel, and more.

    Cushion – ¥2,300

    Hand Cream Set – ¥1,600

    Wall Pocket – ¥2,900 (*Items in pockets sold separately)

    There’s also the wide bath towel featuring the Disney characters dressed in their new costumes which you’ll see them wearing for the Very Very Minnie! entertainment shows, a cushion which you can put your hands in to keep warm this winter, a useful wall pocket which you can store various items inーand many more items, up to 70 of them!

     

    Special Merchandise Split Across 3 Months

    Get one of 8 possible costumes for your Minnie Mouse posy plushy, as well as three different postcard sets. All of these items will roll out across a three month period: on January 9, February 3, and March 2 respectively.

    Posy Plushie Costumes – ¥2,200 Each / Postcard Set – ¥1,300 (*Posy Plushies sold separately)

    For the first month, January 9 will bring three costumes, including Minnie’s new Very Very Minnie! outfit, as well as one called “Super Dancing Mania” and another called “Resident of Mishika.” The first postcard set will also come with 7 designs all themed around Minnie.

    And on March 2, 2020, which is known as “Minnie’s Day” at Tokyo Disney Resort®, guests can get their hands on a plush toy wearing Minnie’s “Hippity Hoppity Springtime” outfit at Grand Emporium which was voted as her No. 1 outfit based on a user poll held on the Tokyo Disney Resort® website.

     

     

    Special Menu Items (Available: From January 9, 2020)

    Of course, there’ll be plenty of delicious treats to munch on too, all so cute they seem a waste to eat.

    Special Dessert Plate (Waffle & Doughnuts) – ¥1,500 / Served at: Center Street Coffeehouse

    At Center Street Coffeehouse, this special dessert plate will be served from 1pm-6pm, which will include a set of cream-filled doughnuts and waffles drizzled in a sweet and sour strawberry sauce.

    Strawberry Cheese Brownie Crepe – ¥700 / Sold at: Cafe Orleans

    Cafe Orleans will serve a crepe topped with a strawberry cheese brownie and drizzled in raspberry sauce and a strawberry compote.

    Cranberry Vanilla Mouse Cake with Souvenir Plate – ¥800 / Yoghurt & Raspberry Mouse with Souvenir Cup – ¥800 / Served at: Sweetheart Cafe

    Also at the Sweetheart Cafe, you can get your hands on one of two of these desserts which come with souvenir merchandise you can take home with you. Both items feature Minnie in her cute new outfit.

    Special Set – ¥1,980 / Served at: The Plaza Inn

    The Plaza Inn has a very special set prepared: a hearty meal featuring two hamburgers, ice cream for dessert with a white chocolate mousse adorned with Minnie’s ribbon, and more.

     

    Don’t miss this Minnie-exclusive event when it begins in the New Year!

     

    *All photos are for illustrative purposes only

    ©Disney

  • Experience Tokyo Disneyland’s Magical Christmas Parade & Decorations

    12.November.2019 | FEATURES / SPOT

    Jolly faces are all around at Tokyo Disney Resort right now as Disney Christmas kicked off last Friday. It’s set to sleigh its way up to Christmas Day this year.

     

    The editorial team at MOSHI MOSHI NIPPON jumped ahead and got to experience all of the festive fun taking place at Tokyo Disneyland parks, so we’re going to showcase some of the magical events taking place this year.

     

    Disney characters dress up for the amazing Christmas parade


    If you’re visiting Tokyo Disneyland this year, the one event you absolutely have to check out the Disney Christmas Stories parade, where Mickey and company, as well as characters from various Disney Pixar films like Frozen and Toy Story, all arrive on Christmas floats.

    All of the floats and themed on the films they appear in. For example, Lilo and Stitch ride a Hawaii Christmas boat, while Donald and Daisy have their own boat decked out with Christmas decorations.


    The floats will stop before the crowd, and that’s when the dancing begins! Mickey, Minnie, Chip and Dale begin the dancing in front of Cinderella’s castle. All of the Christmas-clad characters and dancers invite guests to join in with dancing.

    Once the dancing stops, the floats begin to move again, and snow falls all around the guests, plunging them into a White Christmas. The parade is truly magical at this point as the snow dances through the air. What could be better than celebrating Christmas than with your favourite Disney character at Tokyo Disneyland?

     

     

    Gaze up at the 15-meter tall Christmas tree

    The first thing to catch your eye if you walk towards the World Bazaar from the entrance is the towering Christmas tree which stands 15 meters high. At night, they turn the Christmas lights on, glow beautifully with the other visuals shining in the area. Here you’ll truly feel like you’ve been transported to a Christmas land as you’re wrapped in the warm lights of the illuminations and lulled by the music.

     

    Photo opportunities with your favourite characters

    In front of the Cinderella castle you’ll find multiple photo spots with statues of Disney characters. There are photographers there ready to take guests’ photos for them, so be sure to dress in your Christmas best to snap a memorable picture with the Disney cast. If you buy the photo, you’ll also receive a Christmas illustration and other goodies.

     

    You can really feel the Christmas spirit at Tokyo Disneyland simply by walking through the park. Don’t miss this year’s Disney Christmas, and be sure to invite friends, family and loved ones along for the ride.

     

    Writer: Sayuri Mizuno (MOSHI MOSHI NIPPON)

    Translator: Joshua Kitosi-Isanga

  • Sleigh Bells Ring at Tokyo Disneyland This Year With Plenty Of Food & Merchandise to Go Around

    11.November.2019 | FEATURES / FOOD / SPOT

    Jolly faces are all around at Tokyo Disney Resort right now as Disney Christmas kicked off last Friday. It’s set to sleigh its way up to Christmas Day this year.

    The editorial team at MOSHI MOSHI NIPPON jumped ahead and got a taste of the festive fun at the parks recently, so we’re going to showcase some more of the seasonal food and merry merchandise you can get your hands on this Christmas at Tokyo Disneyland.

     

    Food that makes you want to kick back and enjoy a nice break

     

    Special Set – ¥1,500 @ Grandma Sara’s Kitchen

    Grandma Sara’s has created the perfect hot lunch for warming up cold guests this year, adorned with a clam and seafood tomato cream, cheese and white sauce. Dip your bread into the rich sauce and tuck in! For dessert, you get a cranberry cake inspired by the look of a snow-tipped Christmas tree.

     

    Hot drinks of all kinds

    ‘Tis the season to stay warm, and so Tokyo Disneyland has devised a line-up of tasty drinks to warm the cockles of your heart, with flavours ranging from ruby chocolate to matcha and tapioca cheese teaーa unique flavour that’s all the rage right now.

     

    We actually covered these drinks in detail last Monday, so check out our report here.

    Deck the halls with these dessert & souvenir sets

    Cranberry & Tea Cake With Souvenir Cup – ¥800 @ Sweetheart Cafe and elsewhere

    Strawberry Dessert With Souvenir Cup – ¥800 @ Sweetheart Cafe and elsewhere

    Head to the Sweetheart Cafe to enjoy some desserts which come with cute take-home souvenirs, like cups and plates. The cranberry and tea cake is a subtly sweet cake with a fragrant tea flavour and filled with sweet and sour cranberries.

     

    The strawberry dessert is like strawberry shortcake with ascending layers of cake batter, cream, and strawberries. It’s topped with holly to give it that Christmas-y finish.

    Chocolate Doughnut – ¥380 @ Cleo’s and elsewhere

    The chocolate doughnuts at Cleo’s are completely lathered in a chocolate danish-like dough and custard cream.

    The doughnuts even come in this cute Mickey and Minnie packaging, who are dressed ready and for giving gifts to guests.

    If you pay an extra ¥700 you can get this adorable pouch featuring Mickey, Minnie, Donald and Daisy as snowmen.

     

    Have a merry little Christmas with these holiday season goodies

    Headband – ¥1,800

    Fun Cap – ¥3,000 / Plush Toy Wristband – ¥1,700

    Feel happy simply by placing these Mickey & Minnie headband ears and getting into party mode. The park has also developed a Christmas version of the Pluto fun cap so he has reindeer antlers and holly attached. Both items were previously available in a pre-sale on the park app, so depending on the shop you visit, they may have none left in stock. But if you see one, be sure to grab it quick!

     

    There’s also a Mickey version of the Minnie Mouse plush toy wristband. Wear one and have your friend or loved one wear the other!

    Popcorn Basket – ¥2,400 @ The Gazebo (Popcorn Wagon)

    Pick up some popcorn served in a Christmas present basket decorated with cute illustrations of Mickey and company celebrating Christmas.

    It comes strung with a ribbon decorated with green, red and white colouring like a candy cane.

     

    Spend a Disney Christmas this winter at Tokyo Disneyland where you can stay warm with some comfort food and dress up!

     

    Model: Yuna Yabe

    Writer: Sayuri Mizuno (MOSHI MOSHI NIPPON)

    Translator: Joshua Kitosi-Isanga

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