11 Best Rides to Choose at Tokyo DisneySea

Disneysea LogoThe Best Rides in Tokyo DisneySea, there are dozens of rides really fun to have Rides such as Roller Coasters, Kids Rides, Indoor/dark Rides, water rides and other specially designed rides and simulators. Tokyo DisneySea is covered in 176 acre of land located in Urayasu in Japan, established on 2001. This is the theme park and mainly features Nautical, exploration and adventure, the park is the most expensive theme park built with the cost over US $4 billion. DisneySea hosted over 11.9 million visitors in the year of 2011 and making it 4th most visited park in the world. There are 7 uniquely designed areas Mediterranean Harbor, Mysterious Island, Mermaid Lagoon, Arabian Coast, Lost River Delta, Port Discovery, and American Waterfront. The list of 12 Best Rides don’t miss to have in DisneySea at Japan is mentioned below in the list.
Address: 1-13 Maihama, Urayasu, Chiba Prefecture 279-0031, Japan

Rides About Rides and features
Arabian Coast Jasmine’s Flying Carpets, The Magic Lamp Theater, Caravan Carousel, Sinbad’s Storybook Voyage
Aquatopia A Boat Ride that uses LPS tracking, the Aquatopia is one of the attraction in Port Discovery
American Waterfront The American Waterfront is site for many live entertainments the attractions ‘New York Harbor’.
The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror It is one of the attractions in American Waterfront; the twilight zone tower of terror is a Japanese version.
Mediterranean Harbor It is themed as Italian port city with many rides and attractions.
Journey to the Center of the Earth Ride This Ride is built in the layout of Mysterious island and one of the famous rides in the DisneySea.
Mermaid Lagoon An attraction is home to the characters of the little memaid, there are many tiny attractions.
Raging Spirits A looping roller coaster.
Mysterious Island The Artificial island in the water with lots of adventurous activities.
Cape Code An American style harbor early 20th century.
StormRider A large scale simulator ride

DisneySea Official Website: www.tokyodisneyresort.co.jp

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