Here are a couple more snacks from Tokyo DisneySea that I want to mention: As much as Japanese visitors seem to love their Mickey-shaped snacks, they're absolutely obsessed with anything Duffy. If you can't understand why Disney merch executives can't let go of stuffing Duffy into their U.S. theme park stores, the money Disney's making off that character in Japan is the reason. Here's a chocolate-filled Duffy head from the American Waterfront land in DisneySea, which was Duffy Central when I was there.
And my favorite snack at Tokyo Disney, save possibly the curry popcorn, was the Gyoza Dog from the Refreshment Station in the mind-blowingly amazing Mysterious Island land.
It's a sausage and cabbage stuffed Gyoza, though its so big that the texture of the wrap is a bit more like a steamed bun. Anyway, it's absolutely delicious, which is why the line for these gets as long as some attractions after about an hour or so. Get one for breakfast, or prepare to wait.
I also really liked the orange-cream hot version of the Tipo Torta - absolutely delicious (and one of the longest quick serve food lines I've ever waited in!), though the Japanese seemed to prefer the barbecued pork version; as a vegetarian that wasn't an option for me.
And, yes Robert, the lens flare DOES resemble Mickey. I too noticed that immediately.. :)
@124... - Sorry I missed those, too! I've seen pictures and they look great. Oh well, you can't eat everything (try as I might...).