Tokyo Dining Archive

Awesome Tokyo DisneySea Snacks

Not only is Tokyo DisneySea the greatest theme park in the world, but it’s also one of the greatest in terms of food and snacks. Beyond the famous popcorn flavors and their prized-after popcorn buckets, Chandu Tails, the Gyoza Dog, Tokyo DisneySea has some incredible lesser-known snacks. In this post, we’ll take a look at

Plazma Ray’s Diner Review

Plazma Ray’s Diner is a new counter service restaurant in Tomorrowland at Tokyo Disneyland with a mid-century modern/googie theme and outer-space decor. The menu features rice bowls and even vegetarian options, a rarity at Tokyo Disney Resort. In this review, we’ll share food photos, take a tour of this new dining spot, and offer thoughts

Restaurant Sakura Review

Restaurant Sakura is a table service restaurant in American Waterfront at Tokyo DisneySea serving Japanese cuisine in a setting that looks like a waterfront fish market. In this post, we’ll review Restaurant Sakura, sharing food photos, a look inside the interior, and thoughts about how it compares to other table service spots at Tokyo Disney Resort. Perhaps

Halloween Snacks at Tokyo DisneySea

In Japan, eating kawaii foods is a national pastime. Tokyo DisneySea is basically the New York Yankees of that, with a star-studded lineup including the Gyoza, Ukiwa Bun, Potato Churro, and Chandu Tail batting clean-up. For Halloween, TDS has upped the ante, presumably for an October playoff run to get it to the WORLD SERIES

Halloween Snacks at Tokyo Disneyland

Yeah, Haunted Mansion Holiday Nightmare is cool and the music in Halloween Pop’n LIVE is a beautiful ear-worm, but the real reason to visit Tokyo Disneyland at Halloween? The food. Okay, maybe not the reason, but one reason. For us, one really big reason. We cover Halloween at Tokyo Disneyland elsewhere on the blog, but want to reiterate that this

Sailing Day Buffet Review

Sailing Day Buffet is a restaurant in Tokyo DisneySea’s American Waterfront. As the name suggests, it’s a buffet, and it serves mostly Western options, but it really isn’t all American cuisine as the location would suggest; there’s a broad enough selection of different international items (all of which are completely tame), conventional options, seafood, carved

Camp Woodchuck Kitchen Review

Camp Woodchuck Kitchen is a new counter service restaurant at Tokyo Disneyland themed to Huey, Dewey, and Louie and the Junior Woodchucks. The menu includes s’mores and other campfire favorites (although I don’t ever recall making waffle sandwiches in my Boy Scout days). In this review, we’ll take a tour of this cool new dining spot,