Tokyo Disney Resort Archive

Eastside Cafe Review

Eastside Cafe is a table service restaurant in Tokyo Disneyland’s World Bazaar serving Italian cuisine, primarily pasta. This Disney dining review features food photos, tips for eating here, and our thoughts on whether this restaurant is worth your limited time while visiting Japan. Admittedly, we’ve been dragging our feet on the last of our Tokyo

Photo Tour of Mickey’s Penthouse Suite

Mickey’s Penthouse Suite is an exclusive themed room and is one of the most expensive Disney hotel rooms in the world. The decor is highlighted by Mickey Mouse’s trademark red, black, and yellow colors. The furniture, fixtures, and other interior elements all feature motifs of the world-famous mouse. I had the chance to tour this

Tom’s Top 7: World’s Best Disney Hotels

One of the best parts about the Disney parks is outside the gates, at the resort hotels that extend the sense of immersive theme and offering uniquely compelling experiences of their own. We’ve stayed at nearly every hotel at Walt Disney World, Disneyland, Disneyland Paris, Tokyo Disneyland, Hong Kong Disneyland, and Shanghai Disneyland (and the

Cape Cod Cook-Off Review

Cape Cod Cook-Off is a counter service restaurant in the American Waterfront port at Tokyo DisneySea. It’s where the My Friend Duffy show is performed, and consequently, it’s by far the most popular restaurant in the park. We have encountered 2-hour lines to get into Cape Cod Cook-Off, and guests only have a set amount

Tokyo DisneySea Christmas Trip Report

This post offers thoughts, anecdotes, and photos from our holiday trip to Japan, with a focus on Tokyo DisneySea. It’s the “sequel” to our Tokyo Disneyland Christmas Trip Report, and takes a similar approach to that, with some commentary followed by 60 photos. To be honest, I didn’t expect to be writing this Tokyo DisneySea

Tokyo Disneyland Christmas Trip Report

At the start of the holiday season, we visited Tokyo Disneyland to experience the Japan castle park’s ‘Christmas Fantasy.’ In this trip report, we’ll share 50+ photos from the parks, including seasonal entertainment, decorations, and more. This is our favorite time of year to visit–not just Tokyo Disney Resort, but Japan, period. For the last