Tokyo Disneyland was first opened in 1983, starting out as essentially just a facsimile of the Magic Kingdom in Florida or Disneyland in California... more »
The brainchild of award-winning Japanese animation director Hayao Miyazaki, this museum includes a theater showing film excerpts, a whimsical children's play zone, a rooftop garden, and exhibits related to his movies, including Spirited Away.
Televisions preview soon-to-be-released anime series, while the exhibition area showcases sketches, costumes, and animators' inspiration pieces.
Built to commemorate the International Year of the Child, each floor is dedicated to a different theme: swimming in the basement pool, activity and performance spaces on the lower levels, unstructured play in the third floor climbing wall and playhouses, music on the forth floor, and an outdoor playground on the roof.
This rotating collection of both Japanese taiko drums and drums from around the world welcomes visitors to bang on the drums on display upstairs and purchase their own drums, flutes, dragon masks and other festival attire downstairs.
A hands-on car showroom meets amusement park, Mega Web delights visitors of all ages with thrill rides, racing simulators, and a movie theater with seats that move to bring viewers in on the action.
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