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  • #21
    Re: Tokyo Disney Sea 5th Celebrations:The Hangover!

    Originally posted by TDR_Fan View Post
    Interesting, as Indiana Jones always seems to have the longests lines when I'm at Disneyland. It always maintains a 30 minute wait during the off season, while Splash Mountain and Space Mountain are walk-ons. Based on my experience, I would say it's the most popular attraction at the park. I've visited with numerous people, all of which say Indiana Jones is the best attraction at Disneyland.
    I'm not judging Indy's popularity, I'm judging it's all-ages appeal. Between the simulated rough ride and insects and serpents depicted within, it's not on every boy and girl's wish list.

    Sadly, people go to theme parks just for the attractions. Because of this, they miss out on the beauty and romance of Tokyo DisneySea. Nobody seems to care about theming anymore, and they go to Tokyo Disneyland just because it's what they think Disney is supposed to be like.
    TDL is a good representative incarnation of what Walt Disney wanted to build. If it had a New Orleans Square (although I suppose World Bazaar has an element of it) then it could easily be the park of Walt's dreams.

    It's not the most modern park (TL, anyone?) but yes, the whole thing pretty much embodies what Disneyland was supposed to look like if Walt had more money and could have moved the LA freeway away.

    At Tokyo DisneySea, you seem to be forgetting 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea. It's quite a gem of a ride and definitely an E-ticket too in my opinion. I would rate it just barely behind Journey to the Center of the Earth and Indiana Jones.
    I forgot, that if you were a native Japanese family you would enjoy that ride, too, and it is far more exciting than the Mermaid stuff. Personally I thought it was fun once, but I obviously was missing out on the full flavor of the ride since I didn't understand what was being said.

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    • #22
      Re: Tokyo Disney Sea 5th Celebrations:The Hangover!

      Originally posted by MickeyMania View Post
      I'm not judging Indy's popularity, I'm judging it's all-ages appeal. Between the simulated rough ride and insects and serpents depicted within, it's not on every boy and girl's wish list.


      TDL is a good representative incarnation of what Walt Disney wanted to build. If it had a New Orleans Square (although I suppose World Bazaar has an element of it) then it could easily be the park of Walt's dreams.

      It's not the most modern park (TL, anyone?) but yes, the whole thing pretty much embodies what Disneyland was supposed to look like if Walt had more money and could have moved the LA freeway away.


      I forgot, that if you were a native Japanese family you would enjoy that ride, too, and it is far more exciting than the Mermaid stuff. Personally I thought it was fun once, but I obviously was missing out on the full flavor of the ride since I didn't understand what was being said.
      True. I've seen children coming off Indiana Jones crying. But can't you say the same for Space Mountain or Splash Mountain. Not every kid like the mammoth 52 foot drop, or twists and turns in the dark. I know that I was once scared of the climax of Splash Mountain. It wasn't until a few years ago that I ventured enough courage to ride it and Space Mountain as well. You see, I get motion sick very easily so I fear coasters.

      I'm sure Walt Disney would've been very impressed by Tokyo DisneySea as well, as theming and immersion were one of the biggest aspects he emphasized would make Disneyland stand out from all the other parks. And Toyko Disneyland DOES have a New Orleans Square; it's just blended into Adventureland.

      ~ Tokyo DisneySea’s Arabian Coast at nighttime ~

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      • #23
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        See, I thought that was just blending World Bazaar into Adventureland. That legitimately shocked me and it was pleasant because the transition from Main Street to Adventureland and back has always been a rather jarring one.

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        • #24
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          In my opinion, I think Tokyo DisneySea has the best entryway out of any theme park. I like Mediterranean Harbor better than both Main Street, U.S.A or World Bazaar. It just seems so much grander and elegant.

          ~ Tokyo DisneySea’s Arabian Coast at nighttime ~

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          • #25
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            M.Harbor is definitely the second most attractive land there (I like American Waterfront just a little bit more.) I keep telling my friends who critique architecture and design in the gaming industry to go to TDS and look at and walk into the Miracosta. I have a friend headed to Macau to gawk at casinos so I told him to make a sidetrip in Japan for Disney if he could. I keep picturing old Sheldy seeing it and having a stroke.

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            • #26
              Re: Tokyo Disney Sea 5th Celebrations:The Hangover!

              Originally posted by MickeyMania View Post
              Just because something has been themed at every nook and corner doesn't do it for me.
              Do us a favor and stick to 6-flags.

              One is that I don't think a park needs to be themed out the yoo-hoo to be fun
              reason why DCA is so succesful.

              since Disneyland has been fun since 1957 (as far as I know), and Tomorrowland didn't even have permanent trees.
              Because walt started with a very limited budget, but his real plans included much much more. Besides the times have shifted and Disney needs to try much harder to set the pace inthe industry and they sre not doing it with their newer parks in the USA, HK and Paris. TDS is the only park that has pushed the evelope of themed experiences. You can not compare the cardboard facades of DCA to the glorious art work that is TDS' many areas.

              Raging Spirits does not look like a WDI product. Actually, it looks like Knotts.
              Raging isn't Disney. But take a look at the DLP version and tell me this is not an improvement over the original... and same can be said for the Mermaid Lagoon area as opposed to the same crap sitting at DCA's Paradise Pier. The huge amount of theming is what made it more Disney and less Knott's. DCA is knotts, while TDS is not.

              For all your talk about theme, TDLFAN, Everest is way way more themed than all the exposed steel and bolts in Raging Spirits.
              To this day, you can see the inside metal mesh of Everest during the ride in the backward motion tunnel, which to me is a sacrilegious faux pas concidering how expensive it was to create this particular attraction... but you would not know since you didn't ride it. And yes, I will concede that Everest is a great looking ride, made to looke even better when the rest of the park around it is made of bushes and not much else. You can't not compare the extraordinary details of Mt Prometheus at TDS, with it's bubbling steam crack, molten lava and million more details to the elegant but much reduced scale of Everest at DAK. If you can't see the difference, then you are purposely being blind to the fact. And yes... as a matter of personal opinion, I will take the JTTCOTE ride and scenery(show elements) anytime over Everest's fun coaster romp with not much else to see as you go around and about that mountain.

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              • #27
                Re: Tokyo Disney Sea 5th Celebrations:The Hangover!

                Originally posted by MickeyMania View Post
                M.Harbor is definitely the second most attractive land there (I like American Waterfront just a little bit more.) I keep telling my friends who critique architecture and design in the gaming industry to go to TDS and look at and walk into the Miracosta. I have a friend headed to Macau to gawk at casinos so I told him to make a sidetrip in Japan for Disney if he could. I keep picturing old Sheldy seeing it and having a stroke.
                The idea of having the Hotel MiraCosta double as a hotel and the background for Mediterranean Harbor was ingenious. Out of the hotels I've stayed in, the Hotel MiraCosta is also my favorite. I never thought a Disney hotel could be that fancy. I've visited all the major Las Vegas resorts such as the Venetian and Bellagio, but still like the Hotel MiraCosta more. The Venetian feels too artificial and while it is simply breathtaking (especially the lobby), the highrise look of it ruins the Italian motif they were going for.

                The Hotel MiraCosta captures the look of an Italian village perfectly, having sections symbolizing Tuscany, Venice, and Portofino. Architecturally, the Hotel MiraCosta looks so much better than the Venetian. The trompe l'oeil on the facade is simply amazing, especially when you hear it cost more to create than constructing an actual 3D sculpture. Overall, I prefer the Hotel MiraCosta simpy because it's more reminiscent of what I found in Italy.
                ~ Tokyo DisneySea’s Arabian Coast at nighttime ~

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                • #28
                  Re: Tokyo Disney Sea 5th Celebrations:The Hangover!

                  Originally posted by TDR_Fan View Post
                  I disagree. Raging Spirits is far more themed than anything at Knott's or the Disney parks you mentioned. You can't ignore the beautiful ruins of an ancient altar, the waterfalls flowing down the stairs, or the bursts of fire that shoot out from the ruins. In my opinion, it looks better than some of the other Disney coasters.
                  MickeyMania would not know that TDR_Fan... He didn't ride it to see the details up close. I would take the ruin facade with cascading water and fire elements over most other areas of similar rides at Disney or any other park.

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                  • #29
                    Re: Tokyo Disney Sea 5th Celebrations:The Hangover!

                    Originally posted by TDLFAN View Post
                    You can't not compare the extraordinary details of Mt Prometheus at TDS, with it's bubbling steam crack, molten lava and million more details to the elegant but much reduced scale of Everest at DAK. If you can't see the difference, then you are purposely being blind to the fact. And yes... as a matter of personal opinion, I will take the JTTCOTE ride and scenery(show elements) anytime over Everest's fun coaster romp with not much else to see as you go around and about that mountain.
                    I agree with your assessment on Mount Prometheus, the best "mountain" structure ever created by Imagineers. Did you know it was created all out real rock?

                    Originally posted by TDLFAN View Post
                    MickeyMania would not know that TDR_Fan... He didn't ride it to see the details up close. I would take the ruin facade with cascading water and fire elements over most other areas of similar rides at Disney or any other park.
                    So would I. It's structure, while not as impressive as Big Thunder Mountain or Splash Mountain, is pretty in its own right. I love how both Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea expand and improve exisiting facades in the other Disney parks. I love the Temple of the Crystal Skull and Splash Mountain facades the most!





                    ~ Tokyo DisneySea’s Arabian Coast at nighttime ~

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                    • #30
                      Re: Tokyo Disney Sea 5th Celebrations:The Hangover!

                      Originally posted by TDLFAN View Post
                      Do us a favor and stick to 6-flags.
                      Look, I didn't say that theming ISN'T fun, I just said it only adds to an extent. Clearly, the reason why I don't like Spirits is because it is SO UN-THEMED. It is seriously like they just laid some fancy looking boulders around a Knott's coaster and opened up.

                      Everest is certainly themed ENOUGH for me. Things like seeing a bit of mesh when falling through the insides, that's not really important to me. This is because I saw MUCH MUCH MORE inside Walt Disney's Matterhorn until it was closed up years after the guy died. He had the money to do something about that, he didn't. I guess he thought it was good enough?

                      Mt Prometheus is a whole other animal. It's up there with Spaceship Earth's show building and Space Mountain's show building in terms of being architecturally pleasing and impressive. It helps that unlike Space Mt or SSE, the ride inside is the most delightful ride I've seen since DL's Splash Mountain on opening year back when everything was working (and I've never been on WDW's Splash, mind you, though I've heard it's superior on the odd chance that everything actually works. I did go on Tokyo's Splash and it was a nice improvement on the original although, again, I didn't get full enjoyment since I don't speak the language on the audio tracks.)

                      In fact, Journey may be my most favorite Disney attraction ever. Currently the original Carousel of Progress holds this title and I'm just not sure if it's fair to compare it against something that exists only in my memory now.

                      You can not compare the cardboard facades of DCA to the glorious art work that is TDS' many areas.
                      That's true but it also comes with a trade-off which is that the park cost about as much as Wynn Las Vegas to build and doesn't have the revenue edge of an industry-leading casino to recoup costs of construction. It's rather exciting that someone was willing to take the risk of doing TDS to the extent that it was done, but it's hardly not to be taken as an expectation. The atmosphere is so opulent that I'm not sure it's as warming to most tourists, a theory on why TDL continues to be the leading park at the resort.

                      The cost was enormous, and the Disney method relies heavily on selling a lot of hotel rooms (which TDR is working on bringing online right now, and for history's sake notice how many hotel rooms were built in the years following EPCOT?) and moving a lot of merchandise that typically don't have the greatest profit margins. Maybe DisneySea will stay around for the next 105 years, and they'll have sold enough T-shirts be successful.

                      The huge amount of theming is what made it more Disney and less Knott's. DCA is knotts, while TDS is not.
                      While Disney has always had a few amusement park rides like the Astro Orbiter (based on a German ride model that used AA turret engines to spin the vehicles around) and the Mad Tea Party, I really don't think of a LAND filled with them is the best idea. At the end of the day, I'm riding the same balloon spin ride that exists at the county fair but someone put a new molding on the cabin to make it look like a giant fish. Fantasyland dark rides, even the cut-out ones like Mr Toad, are at least immersive. Mermaid's Lagoon would be excellent if they took out a couple rides and put a dark ride there.

                      Again, I'm not saying TDS is bad, I'm saying it's so good in many places that it makes it obvious they didn't focus as well on other places (again, I think a second all-ages dark ride like 20K, probably in Mermaid's Lagoon where they have a lot of space taken up by rethemed carnival rides, is a good bet.)
                      Last edited by MickeyMania; 12-10-2006, 05:02 PM.

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                      • #31
                        Re: Tokyo Disney Sea 5th Celebrations:The Hangover!

                        Originally posted by MickeyMania View Post
                        Look, I didn't say that theming ISN'T fun, I just said it only adds to an extent. Clearly, the reason why I don't like Spirits is because it is SO UN-THEMED. It is seriously like they just laid some fancy looking boulders around a Knott's coaster and opened up
                        You should ride it at least once just to see how fun it is. Dashing in and out of the ruins beats anything at Knott's, trust me. And it's not unthemed. If you went on, you would see the coaster wraps itself around many cracks and crevices in the altar with a blast of fog in one area. At night, it's even better! It may not be a good coaster, but theming is something that you cannot criticize Raging Spirits for.


                        Originally posted by MickeyMania View Post
                        The atmosphere is so opulent that I'm not sure it's as warming to most tourists, a theory on why TDL continues to be the leading park at the resort.
                        I don't know why people would not prefer the atmosphere of Tokyo DisneySea over Tokyo Disneyland. Tokyo DisneySea's atmosphere certainly is far more romantic, charming, and drop-dead gorgeous, but I guess you can't beat the magic at Tokyo Disneyland.

                        Originally posted by MickeyMania View Post
                        The cost was enormous, and the Disney method relies heavily on selling a lot of hotel rooms
                        Wasn't that why the Hotel MiraCosta was built as part of Tokyo DisneySea? It's currently the most popular hotel at the resort, being fully booked months ahead of time. It was very hard for me to make a reservation; the Ambassador Hotel is not nearly as popular for some reason. Guess they prefer the elegance and extravagance of the Hotel MiraCosta, as well as being able to stay overnight in Mediterranean Harbor.

                        Originally posted by MickeyMania View Post
                        Maybe DisneySea will stay around for the next 105 years, and they'll have sold enough T-shirts be successful.
                        Aren't they already making a profit? I could've sworn that the annual report released by the OLC stated that they were making a profit. They passed the $3 billion investment mark for Tokyo DisneySea long ago.

                        Originally posted by MickeyMania View Post
                        I really don't think of a LAND filled with them is the best idea. At the end of the day, I'm riding the same balloon spin ride that exists at the county fair but someone put a new molding on the cabin to make it look like a giant fish. Fantasyland dark rides, even the cut-out ones like Mr Toad, are at least immersive. Mermaid's Lagoon would be excellent if they took out a couple rides and put a dark ride there.
                        Don't they have an excellent E-ticket attraction that is the Mermaid Lagoon Theatre? It's the only reason why I would ever visit Mermaid Lagoon, as those kiddie rides don't do anything for me.
                        Last edited by TDR_Fan; 12-10-2006, 06:29 PM. Reason: Typo
                        ~ Tokyo DisneySea’s Arabian Coast at nighttime ~

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                        • #32
                          Re: Tokyo Disney Sea 5th Celebrations:The Hangover!

                          Originally posted by TDR_Fan View Post
                          You should ride it at least once just to see how fun it is.
                          Each park visit, I'm riding something more intense than last time (next trip, both sides of Mission Space) so if I can go in 2008 I'll give it a run. I'm really (I mean REALLY) unhappy with roller coasters that go upside down, but I suppose doing so outdoors on something like RS is better than RNRC which does it in the dark.

                          Maybe someday, I'm going to have to give our local rides a go. SPEED The Ride is basically a tall vertical loop that goes forwards and backwards, while Canyon Blaster is a typical Knotts coaster. You couldn't get me on Manhattan Express after ThemeParkReview's videos, though!

                          Wasn't that why the Hotel MiraCosta was built as part of Tokyo DisneySea? It's currently the most popular hotel at the resort, being fully booked months ahead of time. It was very hard for me to make a reservation; the Ambassador Hotel is not nearly as popular for some reason. Guess they prefer the elegance and extravagance of the Hotel MiraCosta, as well as being able to stay overnight in Mediterranean Harbor.
                          Well, the more Disney spends on parks the more they spend on hotels. EPCOT was the DisneySea of the 80s (even moreso, the most expensive private development yet in the world), and within five years plans were being drawn for GF, CBR (the first resort that was distinctly promoting quantity over quality), and then once they were finished to move to YC/BC and Port Orleans. To be fair, Swan/Dolphin were agreed upon as part of the construction deal.

                          The whole decline of the experience that's been ballyhooed over and over at WDW was when managers realized they couldn't sustain things with their current hotel capacity.

                          Even the DLR expansion, that was half the cost of TDS alone, depended on
                          1) GCH being a success
                          2) DTD being a success
                          3) DCA being a success

                          2 out of 3 ain't bad, but it didn't add up either, and the park suffered for it (turning DCA into what IIRC KevinYee once called a crack monkey on DL's back) until WDP&R corporate decided to base a whole campaign around the resort.

                          They're going to begin expanding on making numbers over personal experience soon. It's beginning with the hotel going up right now.

                          Aren't they already making a profit? I could've sworn that the annual report released by the OLC stated that they were making a profit. They passed the $3 billion investment mark for Tokyo DisneySea long ago.
                          Can't see where that's coming from unless their visitors spend like addicts. I would imagine they're above target on their plan, though.

                          Don't they have an excellent E-ticket attraction that is the Mermaid Lagoon Theatre? It's the only reason why I would ever visit Mermaid Lagoon, as those kiddie rides don't do anything for me.
                          Shows where I come from, I guess. WDW treats scheduled entertainment as attractions, as well. I treat it as, uh, scheduled entertainment. Something like Fantasmic or a fireworks show.
                          Last edited by MickeyMania; 12-10-2006, 06:48 PM.

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                          • #33
                            Re: Tokyo Disney Sea 5th Celebrations:The Hangover!

                            Originally posted by TDR_Fan View Post
                            Atmosphere and theming are far more important to me than attractions. And also, my favorite attractions are at Tokyo DisneySea. I only go to Tokyo Disneyland for Splash Mountain, Big Thunder Mountain, and Pooh's Hunny Hunt. Tokyo DisneySea has excellent E-ticket attractions AND phenomenal theming and details. I would rather take atmosphere and attractions instead of just attractions. However, I'm pretty sure I'm in the minority about this.
                            I am with you. DisneySea needs to do yet another e-ticket attraction or get moving on a new port on the piece of land next to Lost River Delta. However, insufficient funds are going to hurt that. It's going to be rough for TDS this next year.

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                            • #34
                              Re: Tokyo Disney Sea 5th Celebrations:The Hangover!

                              If the people in Tokyo prefer a Magic Kingdom style park over the theming at Tokyo Disney Sea, then the next port built there should be a Fantasyland themed port next to Lost River Delta.


                              Have a supercalifragilisticexpialidocious day!

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                              • #35
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                                Originally posted by MickeyMania View Post
                                Well, the more Disney spends on parks the more they spend on hotels. EPCOT was the DisneySea of the 80s (even moreso, the most expensive private development yet in the world).
                                I can imagine so. It cost about $1.4 billion to build back in 1982 and it too had trouble. People criticized it for being un-Disney and boring, not containing enough attractions. However, it has grown to be the favorite out of the 4 Disney parks at Walt Disney World for many. Maybe it will just take time for Tokyo DisneySea to win people over.

                                Originally posted by MickeyMania View Post
                                Even the DLR expansion, that was half the cost of TDS alone, depended on
                                1) GCH being a success
                                2) DTD being a success
                                3) DCA being a success
                                Tokyo DisneySea actually cost more than double the price of the Disneyland Resort expansion. The cost at that time was about $3 billion, as compared to about $1.4 billion for the entire development of Disneyland into a resort.

                                Originally posted by MickeyMania View Post
                                They're going to begin expanding on making numbers over personal experience soon. It's beginning with the hotel going up right now.
                                Do you have any other proof besides the new Tokyo Disneyland Hotel? I don't remember hearing about any other plans to expand the resort.

                                Originally posted by MickeyMania View Post
                                Shows where I come from, I guess. WDW treats scheduled entertainment as attractions, as well. I treat it as, uh, scheduled entertainment. Something like Fantasmic or a fireworks show.
                                For some reason, they list Mermaid Lagoon Theatre as an attraction while listing Mystic Rhythms and Big Band Beat as shows. I don't know what makes Mermaid Lagoon Theatre so special to make it classify as an attraction.
                                ~ Tokyo DisneySea’s Arabian Coast at nighttime ~

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                                • #36
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                                  Originally posted by TDR_Fan View Post
                                  For some reason, they list Mermaid Lagoon Theatre as an attraction while listing Mystic Rhythms and Big Band Beat as shows. I don't know what makes Mermaid Lagoon Theatre so special to make it classify as an attraction.
                                  It's just the style of theater, the show, and the fact that you can hold fastpasses.

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                                  • #37
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                                    Originally posted by DisneySeaFan View Post
                                    I am with you. DisneySea needs to do yet another e-ticket attraction or get moving on a new port on the piece of land next to Lost River Delta. However, insufficient funds are going to hurt that. It's going to be rough for TDS this next year.
                                    I don't know if a new port would work that well. It would require lots of things to be changed, including the mural inside the lobby of the MiraCosta and numerous antique maps inside as well. Also, the 7 port of calls ties in nicely with the 7 Seas theme as well. I say just expand on existing ports, especially Port Discovery.

                                    Tokyo DisneySea needs one or two E-ticket dark rides like Pooh's Hunny Hunt. The best places for a dark ride would be in Mermaid Lagoon and Arabian Coast because this gives them the chance to include Disney characters as well, something proven to be very popular to the Japanese. They should avoid going too realistic and having full blown storylines like Tower of Terror and just design something simplistic and enjoyable.

                                    Like I said before, I would absolutely adore a Little Mermaid dark ride using Pooh's Hunny Hunt technology. Who cares if the scenes from the movie were used in the Mermaid Lagoon Theatre; just make up a new storyline.

                                    An Aladdin dark ride would also be great and allow a character tie-in to anchor that part of the park. As of now, the genie is the only character from the movie to be included in an attraction. Aladdin NEEDS to have his own attraction; having Jasmine would be a nice touch too. Imagine a fast-paced ride on the Magic Carpet through the Cave of Wonders!
                                    ~ Tokyo DisneySea’s Arabian Coast at nighttime ~

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                                    • #38
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                                      This might be totally off topic but maybeTDR needs a 2fer deal. It worked tremendously over in Anaheim. Park Attendence for DCA exceeded DL, even if it was for a very short period of time. TDL might get so full it reaches capacity and they have to start sending visitors to the TDS, but that'll never happen considering the size of TDL compared to DL.

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                                      • #39
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                                        Originally posted by FutureImagineer183 View Post
                                        This might be totally off topic but maybeTDR needs a 2fer deal. It worked tremendously over in Anaheim. Park Attendence for DCA exceeded DL, even if it was for a very short period of time. TDL might get so full it reaches capacity and they have to start sending visitors to the TDS, but that'll never happen considering the size of TDL compared to DL.
                                        Actually that has happened quite often. As you know, Tokyo Disneyland has reached capacity nearly every weekend during the peak season. Guests have nowhere else to go but to Tokyo DisneySea, which often reaches maximum capacity as well because of this. They're both very popular park, it's just one is more popular.

                                        And I don't really like the idea of having a "pay for one; get the second free" deal. It makes Tokyo DisneySea seem poor and reminds me of when a salesperson offers to give you a really lame item for free if you buy one of their products first. Tokyo DisneySea doesn't need that kind of help, although a Park Hopper option for the One & Two Day Magic Passports would be tremendously helpful.
                                        ~ Tokyo DisneySea’s Arabian Coast at nighttime ~

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                                        • #40
                                          Re: Tokyo Disney Sea 5th Celebrations:The Hangover!

                                          I stand corrected. Maybe your right, TDS does need more dark rides. A very nice a popular posibility could be a Kingdom Hearts ride considering it'll feature most Disney characters and is quite popular in Japan. But this creates the problem of WHERE a ride like this should be placed.

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