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The History of Tokyo Disneyland's Daytime Parades

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  • Video The History of Tokyo Disneyland's Daytime Parades

    Came across this interesting video on YouTube. It's the history of all the daytime parades at Tokyo Disneyland from 1983 to 2013:



    It's really interesting to see how the parades have evolved over the last 30 years.

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      ^ Ummm I think you posted this in the wrong thread there, Florri.

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        Re: The History of Tokyo Disneyland's Daytime Parades

        Thanks for posting this aimster! I can't wait to see Happiness is Here in person in March!

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