9 Tips To Conquer Your Journey To The Magical Tokyo Disneyland From Chiba, Japan!

By Muzna Noohu | 12, Sep, 2018
9 Tips To Conquer Your Journey To The Magical Tokyo Disneyland From Chiba, Japan!

Planning a Halal-friendly trip to Disneyland Tokyo? Who doesn’t love Disney? Kids and adults alike the world over love Disney and the magic it brings to their lives. So how can one plan a trip to Tokyo, and leave out magical Tokyo Disneyland? You can’t! So here are the ultimate tips for planning the perfect Tokyo Disneyland trip!

How to Get There?

If you’re wondering how to travel from Chiba to Tokyo Disneyland, you’ve got three options: by car/taxi, bus, or train. The faster option would be to take a taxi, or you could rent a car and drive yourself, which would be way cheaper. You can ask your hotel to help you out with this.

A bus is also an economical option, and you will be able to get off right at the entrance. Alternatively, you could also take the train. The main gate of the park is situated directly opposite both the Maihama Station and Tokyo Disneyland Station.

train lines to tokyo disneyland

Image Credit: Tokyo Disney Resort

The Tokyo Disneyland website has a detailed section dedicated to helping you find the easiest way to get there. You can find all the train and bus schedules from different places, as well as a road map for directions, if you choose to drive.

Here's Your Muslim Visitor Guide To Tokyo, Japan


Where to Pray and Eat?

An essential part of the ultimate Tokyo Disney trip planning guide for Muslims would be to plan where you can pray and what you can eat.

Prayer Facilities at Tokyo Disneyland

Not to worry, as there are prayer rooms available inside Tokyo Disneyland, so you can take a break from all the fun rides to pray and have a bit of a rest. But as there is no designated room, you will have to ask the staff at the information desks, and they will be glad to arrange the room for you. Don't forget to bring along your own travel-sized prayer garments and prayer mats! To get your Qibla, simply look into the HalalTrip App!

Halal Food at Tokyo Disneyland

East Side Cafe
eastside cafe disneyland tokyo

Image Credit: Tokyo Disney Resort

There are no Halal-certified restaurants at Tokyo Disneyland, but you should be able to find seafood and vegetarian options at some of the restaurants like the Eastside Cafe, Pan Galactic Pizza Port, and Captain Hook's Gallery. However, always make sure to check with the staff about individual menu items. A good tip for visiting Tokyo Disneyland is to bring your own Halal food, which you can eat at the picnic areas of the park.

The park also offers services for guests with 'Special Dietary Limitations' where guests can request to use the microwaves within the park itself. Refer here for more information.

More Tips for Visiting Tokyo Disneyland

1. Book Your Ticket in Advance

The queues here are endless, with the thousands of visitors that the park hosts every day; so number one on your trip planning guide to Tokyo Disneyland would be to get your ticket in advance. You can get your ticket at a number of places like the Shinagawa Station, or you could book your e-ticket online through the website. If you're a little more anxious, get your tickets at the airport that you are departing from. Airports like Changi Airport Singapore has booths where you can purchase your theme park tickets even before your departure.

2. Get a FASTPASS Ticket
fastpass line in disneyland

Image Credit: Tokyo Disney Resort

Your second tip for planning the perfect Tokyo Disneyland trip also involves queues. You’ll find that many of the attractions have long lines, you can save a bit of time by getting the FASTPASS tickets.

What are FASTPASS tickets? These tickets are similar to reservation tickets that are issued at machines that are available right next to the rides. FASTPASS tickets give you a specific time when you can go on the ride, so you can explore the park and return at the designated times. (Make sure to get to the park really early, like an hour before it opens, because even FASTPASS tickets tend to run out really soon.)

3. Bring Along Snacks

Are you getting the theme here? Queues! It’s better to bring your own food and snacks, as you’ll be spending most of your time queuing up at the restaurants and snack shops, precious time that you could be using to have fun!

4. Consider Getting a Multi-Day Passport
staying in disney resorts

Image Credit: Tokyo Disney Resort Facebook

Disney tourist blogs will tell you that one day is not enough to cover the entire two parks, and they would be right. If you are interested, you could get the multi-day passport (which would be cheaper than buying 1-day passports twice or thrice). Or for the ultimate Tokyo Disneyland trip planning guide, consider a one or two-night stay at one of the Disneyland resort hotels.

5. Rent a Stroller for the Little One

A good tip for visiting Tokyo Disneyland for those with infants is to rent a stroller inside the park. Feeding and changing rooms are also available.

6. Catch the Fireworks & Laser Shows
glowing magic castle

Image Credit: Tokyo Disney Resort Facebook

Make sure to stay for the fireworks and laser shows at the end of the night. Your trip planning guide to Tokyo Disneyland would be incomplete without it!

Address: 1-1 Maihama, Urayasu, Chiba Prefecture 279-0031, Japan
Telephone: +81 45-330-5211
Website: www.tokyodisneyresort.jp
Opening Hours: 8AM to 10PM


Cover Image Credit: Tokyo Disney Resort Facebook

Muzna is a writer experienced in all things travel and food, influenced by her own travels, running a food blog and YouTube channel, as well as the various publications she has contributed to.

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