All Aboard The Railroad at Tokyo Disneyland!


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Richard, another great article on Tokyo Disneyland. I think the most interesting attraction ever at Tokyo Disneyland has to have been the Cinderella’s Castle Mystery Tour in the basement of the castle. I went about 12 years ago, and it was all in Japanese so a bit hard to follow… well done and cheesy at the same time. Here’s a good article on it: http://www.parkeology.com/2011/01/great-mystery.html


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Thanks. I went through the Cinderella Castle Mystery Tour many times. It was one of my favorites. I have a full video and both posters, so perhaps I’ll do an article on it here.


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I might have missed it, but what was the clever workaround to Japan’s burdensome railroad regulations? Having a single station? The gaps in the flora? The tranquility?


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That would be great. Also another crazy place I remember in Tokyo that has stuck with me is the Joypolis arcade. Would be another great article (and a good visit if you haven’t been).


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The workaround was to have a single station where you both enter and exit.


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So fun. I wonder if there are other virtual park rides — esp. for people who can’t really afford to travel to the physical park.


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Oh my. Tokyo Disneyland and DisneySea might be my favorite theme parks I’ve ever been to. Thanks for reminding me why :slight_smile:


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