Pre-book Tokyo DisneySea tickets, and pick up from Maihama Station nearby to skip the ticket counter line!
- Effective July 1, 2020, guests are required to wear masks into the park, and will be subjected to other measures such as temperature checks. Those showing COVID-19 symptoms, including fever, coughing, and sore throat, may be denied entry - Effective July 1, 2020 until further notice, only fixed-date tickets bought through Tokyo Disney Resort's official website may be used to enter the park. For previously purchased tickets, the expiry date of the following will be extended to March 31, 2022: - Fixed-date tickets dated February 29, 2020 to April 30, 2021 - Open-date tickets expiring February 29, 2020 to April 30, 2021 - You **must** bring your passport to the meeting point—this ticket is not valid for Japanese passport holders - The name on your passport must match the name on your Rakuten Travel Experiences account at the time of booking - The name on the account used to make the booking will be printed on the ticket - There will be an identity check to confirm the person's name on the ticket so please make sure that if you make the booking from your account, you will also be visiting the park - Please keep your ticket with you at all times - Re-entry is permitted on the same day only - Effective July 1, 2020, COVID-19 prevention measures will be in place, such as ensuring that guests observe social distancing, enhanced disinfection procedures, provision of hand sanitizers, and e-payment options - Free admission for children aged 0–3 - Seniors tickets (ages 65 and above) should be purchased on-site - Tickets are not valid for any special opening hours such as New Year's Eve or private events - Tickets are only valid for Tokyo DisneySea - The tickets must be collected at the station only on your selected date - Alternatively, you can also purchase Tokyo Disneyland tickets here: https://experiences.travel.rakuten.co.jp/experience/22177/info
Tokyo DisneySea opened in 2001 next to Tokyo Disneyland, Urayasu, Chiba, just outside of Tokyo. Unique attractions, spectacular live entertainment, plus a wide variety of shops and tempting restaurants await you in seven themed ports designed with the unique touch specific to Disney. Tokyo DisneySea is the only Disney park in the world themed around the myths and legends of the sea! Something of a 'Disneyland for grown-ups,' DisneySea has the unique atmosphere of a fully realized conceptual park, and the best-themed counter food (including frozen beer!) which makes it a solid winner with older theme-park goers as well as younger explorers. To use your FASTPASS, go to the attraction of your choice and scan your ticket to get your FASTPASS access later in the day. You can reserve one FASTPASS at a time, and depending on the day may be able to take advantage of the system several times during your visit. All images © Disney