Potato and chocolate
Being in one of the world happiest place has completely alleviated my soul. Stepping into Tokyo Disneyland the music “let it go” was played across the theme park in Japanese. Although it was in Japanese, the lyrics in my head kept running through my head like a broken radio. I did not even notice I was humming to the music. It was winter in Japan and Tokyo Disneyland has embraced the frozen theme. They have made additions to the theme park and even the train which I managed to catch a ride on. The cabins of the train had Anna and Elsa all over them with the ceiling painted with snowflakes. Most of the time when I am travelling by train I would love to have a seat, but this is one train I would not mind standing. Holding the Mickey Mouse shaped handle and staring out of the window itself felt like a ride, I was unwilling to get off.
As I walked towards the other rides, the Tokyo Disneyland’s staff raised her hand high in the air with a ton of balloons in her hand. I was envious and would really love to have one. However, the thought of having to abandon the balloon while taking the rides kept me away from getting one. Pacing myself around Disneyland, I admired the decorations and what really stood out was Elsa’s ice crystal dangling from the ceiling, beautiful yet deadly. I was really looking forward to take the “it’s a small world“ ride. This is one ride that I will never miss, it is filled with childhood memories and never fails to put a smile on my face. I got into the boat and enjoyed the ride to my heart’s content.
I was getting thirsty after the ride and got a drink from the teapot vending machine. How cute! Everything seems so magical and even though the flowers looked like they popped out of a book. If you paid closer attention to the trees that winter season, you would have realised that it was filled with tiny snowflakes. My jaw dropped when I saw a man bag with completely covered in Disney stuff toys.
In Tokyo Disneyland the magic truly never ends.