Adults and kids alike will love Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea. Mirrored after the original Disneyland in California, Tokyo Disneyland has retained the feeling with some wonderful surprises. The classic 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea has been redesigned for DisneySea, complete with an underwater submarine adventure where you are a member of Captain Nemo’s crew. Also join Captain Nemo on the Journey to the Center of the Earth, traveling as a scientist through dark caverns to reach the Earth’s core. Mermaid Lagoon is an underwater playground where kids can play with Ariel from The Little Mermaid and see live shows. If you’re hankering for American food while inside DisneySea, head straight to American Waterfront for burgers and fries at Cape Cod Cook-Off, or New York Deli for some stacked sandwiches. Take the monorail to Disneyland — but be forewarned, it’s not a free ride like in Florida’s Disney World. There’s a $3-$5 fee per person to go between the parks each time. Pirates of the Caribbean, It’s a Small World, and Space Mountain are nearly identical replicas of their stateside counterparts. Try the popcorn in both parks, especially those flavored with curry, black pepper, strawberry, and milk-tea.
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