We recently went to Tokyo Disneyland with friends Michael and Momoe. We actually willingly got up at 6am (!!!) and headed out by train. We were not the only ones.
Although things from the JR station looked a little unfamiliar...
...that changed as soon as we got inside. I remember those pointy blue spires...
For instance, tell me this Pooh ride doesn't exist (with that spelling) in the States. It can't, right? I really wanted to go on this one actually because I thought it might be a Tokyo-only ride, but the line was 70 minutes long when we approached. I'm not THAT interested in Pooh, or his "Hunny".
Entering this part of the park seriously made me want to go back to New Orleans.
Lots of photo ops.
Whole crews in matching hats.
We saw a parade,...
a pair of mini-Minnies,
and another employee trying to drum up business, if you will, for the concession stand to his right. What is in his hand you ask? A turkey leg. Teriyaki chicken legs were also available on the other side of the park.
I also saw this. Her fashion style is apparently a perfect example of Mori girl, or forest girl.
And just before we left, we saw this family of leopards (can you find all five?)