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Tokyo Disney's Parade Floats

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  • [Question] Tokyo Disney's Parade Floats

    I was wondering, what are Tokyo's Parade floats made of? does anyone know? is it just fiberglass? It seems like they just pop new ones out every time I turn around! haha, I wouldn't even be able to count how many there are!


    ** I love The technical side of Parade floats They interest me**

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    Re: Tokyo Disney's Parade Floats

    I do not know what the floats are made of but I will tell you this much: they are usually the biggest and most animated floast of any Disney parades out there at any given time. It's like more on top of more and then some more to top it off.

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