Hey again! Ever since I was a child, I've always wanted to go to Disneyland. Today, my dream came true! I went to Disneyland! Now, many westerners might think that going all the way to Japan and going to Disneyland is a bit of a non-cultured thing to do, and you’re probably right but I had so much fun! There are 2 parks in Tokyo, the traditional Magic Kingdom style park and one called Disney Sea. It took me forever (not even kidding) to decide which one to go to (and no, I didn't have time to go to both), but finally, I chose the traditional park where the big Cinderella castle is.
The park was divided into themed towns. There was Westerland, Critter Country, Fantasyland, Toontown, Tomorrowland, and World Bazar. This was a whole new world! I especially liked Toontown, which was the town where the classical characters lived. You could go into the different characters homes. Every single house was built in a way that portraits the characters personalities, you could tell who lived there just by looking at the house.
I had a great time x78364169254........ I met my favorite Disney princess, Belle, and soooo many more characters. My childhood self would've freaked out (in a good way). I also ate food, lots of food. I bought more food than I actually needed, but all the different food had different themes; the food could be shaped as a character, it could be inspired by a character, or it could be food from a Disney movie. Of course, I went on different rides. My favorite was Big Thunder Mountain, which is the iconic roller coaster on a red mountain in Westerland. You sat in a "train" and went up and down, around and through the mountain. While you were on top of the mountain you could even enjoy the view over Disneyland.
One thing that I learned is that you aren’t allowed to dress up as Disney characters when visiting the park as you may confuse child visitors. Which I totally understand, but is still disappointing for those people who loves cosplay and dressing up.
Every night before they close, they fire fireworks, but it wasn't any sort of fireworks, they also had themes like the food; faces of the characters, etc.
This was an amazing experience that will forever stay with me.