A 'Happy Birthday' photo gallery of Tokyo DisneySea
Happy Birthday to Tokyo DisneySea
, which is celebrating its 11th anniversary. The winner of this year's Theme Park Insider Award
for the world's Best Theme Park officially opened on September 4, 2001, and I though we'd celebrate with some of my favorite photos of the park from our visit last December
Fortess Explorations, in front of Mysterious Island Chamber of Planets in the Fortress Explorations Captain Nemo's drilling machine, outside Journey to the Center of the Earth. Blasting out of the mountain on Journey to the Center of the Earth - this is only place on the track where you can see the vehicles in this Radiator Springs Racers/Test Track-style ride from the outside. And here's his hotel, the Tower of Terror The S.S. Columbia, playing the role that would have been played by the Queen Mary had this park been built in Long Beach, Calif., as originally considered. The Baked Lobster Tail and Sauteed Scallops with Butter Sauce at the S.S. Columbia Dining Room The famous (and yummy!) Gyoza Sausage Strawberry popcorn! On the street in the Arabia Coast section of the park Inside Triton's Kingdom at Mermaid Lagoon, with Jumpin' Jellyfish in the background Inside Magellan's, the table service restaurant in Fortress Explorations Finishing the day with a taste of hazelnut cake and a bite of grape ice cream at Magellan's.
Here are more photos from Tokyo DisneySea.
This place looks amazing! No wonder it was voted as best theme park. The strawberry popcorn looks yummy too!!!
If only flight tickets were cheap. *sigh*
Happy Birthday Tokyo Disney Sea! I have to go one day, it looks like the Theme Park of Theme Parks!
Forget the flight! Just send me that lobster/scallops plate!
mmmm maybe if start now yo paddle my way to Tokyo Disneysea, I can then make it by the 15th anniversary ;)... Wish I could go, but college is in the way, but it will thanks to college for I can go without breaking the bank one day :)
MMMM Gyoza dog...
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