Tokyo DisneySea Attractions Ranked
Last time I talked about my first impressions and general feel of Tokyo Disneyland and DisneySea. Today I’m going to talk about some individual rides at DisneySea and rate them from one to five Mickeys.
This is simply a fortress that you get to walk around. I’m not sure I would call it an attraction, but the official website lists it as one. I enjoyed moving planets around with a model of the solar system, and just walking around with no crowds. Three and a half Mickeys out of five.
Nemo and Friends SeaRider
3D video with moving seats. You get the idea. We follow Nemo and Friends around. I got a bit dizzy and I’m not too familiar with the characters. Being a fish must be tough. Two Mickeys.
Finally a roller coaster, the mother of all rides. It was OK, not too scary, and with no loops, but at least it was somewhat exciting. Universal Studios in Spain has a rollercoaster with eight loops and a 60m fall. I soon discovered there’s nothing quite as scary at these parks. Oh well. Two and a half Mickeys.
Journey to the Center of the Earth
Another roller coaster, but this one a bit scarier, and darker, and with some cool atmosphere. At least it being indoors makes it different. Four Mickeys out of five.
Indiana Jones Adventure
Similar to the last one, I’m running out of ways to describe different rollercoasters. I’m going to give this one four Mickeys as well.
Sinbad’s Storybook Voyage
It’s like Pirates of the Caribbean, but worse. You ride a boat and see Sinbad and friends sing. Is Sinbad even a Disney character? I don’t know anything about him, other than he loves treasure. His pet tiger is cute, I guess. Two Mickeys and one Mickey arm.
The Little Mermaid-based ride. It’s basically teacups, without you being able to spin them manually. You sit they spin around a little. Disappointing, but kid friendly. One Mickey and one Mickey ear.
Next time I’ll talk about the rides at Tokyo Disneyland. Spoilers: I found DisneySea to be better for just walking around and relaxing, but I enjoyed the rides at Disneyland quite a bit more. I also rode a lot more of them.
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