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Category Archives: tokyo disneyland
A tragedy unfolded on the way to Tokyo Disneyland yesterday as a tourist bus carrying mostly youth passengers crashed into a steel wall splitting the bus in two and killing 7 of the youth. 39 others, including the driver were … Continue reading
Here’s a really neat TV commercial for Tokyo Disneyland. It starts out in Anime style with awesome renderings of their Cinderella castle and It’s A Small World. Can anyone verify if this actually aired on TV in Japan?
Steampunk posits that had steam powered computing took off in the Victorian era, the world would look a lot different today. Many Disney film have influenced the ethic, most famously Disney’s 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea movie. So it makes … Continue reading
Instaparks is a fun new project that combines the popular iPhone photo app Instagram and something we all love, Disney theme parks, to provide a snapshot of activity occurring at each magical location. The website is a project of Rustin … Continue reading
We frequently highlighted Disney performer Jarrod Lentz’s tweets from Japan during the days and weeks after the quake that closed Tokyo DisneySea and Tokyo Disneyland. Lentz was one of Disney’s stateside performers who was rehearsing for a show at TDS … Continue reading