Tokyo DisneySea Map and Brochure (2007 – 2024)

Location: Chiba, Japan

Years Active: 2001 – Active

Tokyo DisneySea is a must-visit for Disney fans, but it’s different from other Disney parks. It’s got a grown-up vibe, caters to thrill-seekers, and the lines are LONG. Still, the magical atmosphere and unique focus on seafaring legends will make the crowds worth it.

The seven themed ports offer a fantastic escape. Mediterranean Harbor feels like a luxe Italian seaside town. Journey to the Center of the Earth is a thrilling must-do in Mysterious Island. But, the Arabian Coast might be a little underwhelming if you’re used to the Aladdin-themed areas in US parks.

Skip the gimmicky kiddie rides in Mermaid Lagoon unless you have little ones. Instead, grab some of the unique snacks. Pro tip: you can find alcoholic drinks throughout DisneySea, which isn’t the case in every Disney park!

Watch out for holidays and peak seasons – the crowds get truly insane. Consider a DisneySea hotel for early access or splurge on a VIP tour if you hate waiting. Tokyo DisneySea is constantly adding new attractions and events, so repeat visits stay exciting. It’s not a flawless experience, but DisneySea will transport you to another world just as effectively as any other Disney destination.

Is Tokyo Disneyland or DisneySea better?

Tokyo Disneyland and DisneySea offer unique experiences, making it challenging to definitively declare one as superior. However, DisneySea’s innovative maritime theme, diverse attractions, and immersive storytelling often earn it high praise among visitors seeking adventure and enchantment.

What is so special about Tokyo DisneySea?

Tokyo DisneySea stands out for its thematic depth and attention to detail, offering guests the opportunity to explore seven intricately designed ports of call inspired by different cultures and mythologies. From its cutting-edge attractions like Journey to the Center of the Earth to its breathtaking shows and seasonal events, DisneySea captivates visitors with its immersive storytelling and unparalleled creativity.

Is 1 day enough for DisneySea Tokyo?

While it’s possible to experience many of DisneySea’s highlights in a single day, to fully immerse oneself in its wonders and enjoy all attractions and shows, visitors may find it beneficial to allocate more time. Extending the visit allows for a more leisurely exploration of the park’s intricacies and ensures a more fulfilling experience.

Is Tokyo Disneyland and DisneySea the same ticket?

Tokyo Disneyland and DisneySea typically require separate admission tickets. While combo tickets and multi-day passes are available, visitors generally purchase individual tickets for each park to explore their unique offerings independently.

Tokyo DisneySea Map 2024


Let’s check out the detailed comparison between the 2024 and 2023 park maps of Tokyo DisneySea.

Specific Changes:

  • The DisneySea AquaSphere in Mediterranean Harbor is now sponsored by Tokyo Bayside Development Corporation. This is reflected in a new logo on the map.
  • The name of the restaurant in the Lost River Delta has changed from “Texaco Tex Mex Grill” to “Mystic Ruins Snacks.”
  • The icon for the “Indiana Jones Adventure: Temple of the Crystal Skull” attraction in the Lost River Delta has been updated.
  • The name of the shop in Arabian Coast has changed from “Agrabah Market” to “Marketplace Agrabah.”
  • The icon for the “Jasmine’s Flying Carpets” attraction in Arabian Coast has been updated.
  • The name of the restaurant in Mermaid Lagoon has changed from “Ariel’s Grotto” to “Scuttle’s Grotto.”
  • The name of the popcorn stand in Mermaid Lagoon has changed from “Popcorn Wagon” to “Popcorn Oasis.”
  • The icon for the “Flounder’s Flying Fish Coaster” attraction in Mermaid Lagoon has been updated.
  • The name of the restaurant in Mysterious Island has changed from “Captain Nemo’s Galley” to “Nautilus Galley.”

Tokyo DisneySea Map 2023


Let’s dive into the detailed comparison between the Tokyo DisneySea’s park maps of 2023 and 2022:

Overall changes:

  • The biggest change is the addition of the new Duffy and Friends Cavalcade, which debuted in September 2023.

Specific changes:

  • Lost River Delta:
    • The name of the “Indiana Jones Adventure: Temple of the Crystal Skull” queue has been changed to the “Indiana Jones® Adventure: Temple of the Crystal Skull ™ Standby Line”.

New Duffy and Friends Cavalcade:

  • The Duffy and Friends Cavalcade is a new parade that features Duffy the Disney Bear and his friends ShellieMay, Gelatoni, StellaLou, and Cookie.
  • The parade debuted in September 2023 and runs several times per day.

Tokyo DisneySea Map 2022


Here’s a detailed comparison of Tokyo DisneySea’s park map of 2022 and 2021.

Overall changes:

  • There are a few new attractions on the 2022 map that were not on the 2021 map. These include the Soaring: Fantastic Flight attraction in Port Discovery and the Sing-Along Celebration attraction in Mermaid Lagoon.
  • Some of the attraction names have changed on the 2022 map. For example, the “Indiana Jones Adventure: Temple of the Crystal Skull” attraction is now called the “Indiana Jones Adventure”.

Specific changes:

  • Port Discovery:
    • The name of the “Aquatopia” attraction has been changed to “Scuttle’s Scoopers”.
    • The “StormRider” attraction is no longer listed on the map.
    • The “Nemo & Friends Sea Rider” attraction is now listed as “Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage”.
    • The “Mystic Rhythms” attraction is now listed as “Mystic Rhythms – Join Us!”.
  • Lost River Delta:
    • The “Indiana Jones Adventure: Temple of the Crystal Skull” attraction is now called the “Indiana Jones Adventure”.
  • Mermaid Lagoon:
    • The “Mermaid Lagoon Theatre” attraction is now called the “Fantasy Faire”.
    • The “Ariel’s Playground” attraction is now called the “Sebastian’s Play Zone”.

Tokyo DisneySea Map 2021


Here is a detailed comparison of the two Tokyo DisneySea maps of 2021 and 2020.

Attraction-Level Changes:

  • Mysterious Island:
    • 2020 map shows Journey to the Center of the Earth open. The attraction closed for refurbishment in September 2020 and reopened in May 2021 under a new name, 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea.

Tokyo DisneySea Map 2020


Detailed map comparison of Tokyo DisneySea 2020 and 2019:

Attractions:

There are a few changes to the attractions between the two maps. In the 2020 map, the Fortress Explorations attraction is no longer listed, and the Duffy and Friends Cavalcade route has been added. The Mystic Rhythms show is also no longer listed in the 2020 map. It is possible that this show is seasonal and was not running during the time that the 2020 map was created.

Shops:

There are a few changes to the shops between the two maps. In the 2020 map, the S.S. Columbia Gifts shop has been removed from the American Waterfront area. The Village Traveler and the World Bazaar shops have also been removed from the map. It is possible that these shops have closed or have been renamed.

Other changes:

  • Theのデザイン shop has been added to the Mermaid Lagoon area in the 2020 map.
  • Theミステリアスアイランド area has been slightly expanded in the 2020 map.
  • The Seal has been removed from the Lost River Delta area in the 2020 map.

Tokyo DisneySea Map 2019

Tokyo DisneySea Map 2017


Here’s a detailed comparison between 2017 and 2016 of Tokyo DisneySea.

Overall changes:

  • The Mermaid Lagoon area has been expanded to include the new attraction, Ariel’s Undersea Journey.
  • The Arabian Coast area has been expanded to include the new attraction, Sindbad’s Story Voyage.
  • The Lost River Delta area has been expanded to include the new attraction, Indiana Jones Adventure: Temple of the Crystal Skull.
  • The Port Discovery area has been expanded to include the new attraction, Duffy the Disney Bear’s Sweet Dreams.
  • The Mediterranean Harbor area has been expanded to include the new attraction, Venetian Carousel.
  • The park has also seen the addition of several new restaurants and shops.

Specific changes:

  • Mermaid Lagoon
    • Added Ariel’s Undersea Journey ride
    • Added Ursula’s Grotto meet-and-greet
  • Arabian Coast
    • Added Sindbad’s Story Voyage ride
    • Added Caravan Carousel
    • Added 絨毯魔法
  • Lost River Delta
    • Added Indiana Jones Adventure: Temple of the Crystal Skull ride
    • Added 骸骨水手STRAIT (Skeletal Sailor STRAIT) boat ride
  • Port Discovery
    • Added Duffy the Disney Bear’s Sweet Dreams ride
    • Added Sweetheart Cruise boat ride
  • Mediterranean Harbor
    • Added Venetian Carousel
    • Added Gondola Venezia boats
  • Mysterious Island
    • Removed 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea dark ride

Tokyo DisneySea Map 2016


Map comparison between Tokyo DisneySea map of 2016 and 2015:

Overall changes:

  • The 2016 map includes a number of changes to the layout of the park, including:
    • The addition of the伫立于失落的河流三角洲(伫立于失落的河流三角洲) ride, which is located in the Lost River Delta area.
    • The removal of the 达姆总督府探险之旅 (カリブの海賊戦闘員訓練キャンプ) stage show, which was located in the Caribbean Bazaar area.
    • The rebranding of the人鱼礁湖剧场 (人鱼礁湖剧场) stage show as the Mermaid Lagoon Theatre.

Specific changes to attraction names:

  • 堡垒探险 (フォートレス・エクスポレーション) has been renamed to Fortress Explorations.
  • 印第安纳琼斯冒险: 水晶骷髅神殿 (インディ・ジョーンズ®・アドベンチャー:クリスタル・スカルの魔宮) has been renamed to Indiana Jones Adventure: Temple of the Crystal Skull.
  • 惊魂古塔 (ホーンテッドマンション) has been renamed to The Haunted Mansion.
  • 二十万海底之旅 (海底2万マイル) has been renamed to 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea.

Tokyo DisneySea Map 2015

Tokyo DisneySea Map 2014

Tokyo DisneySea Map 2013

Tokyo DisneySea Map 2011

Tokyo DisneySea Map 2009

Tokyo DisneySea Map 2008

Tokyo DisneySea Map 2007

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