DisneySea is unique and the only one in the entire world that can only be found in Tokyo. Being in Tokyo DisneySea is like travelling across multiple time dimensions at a 100 Gs. I was at the Sultan palace with Abu but before I knew it, I was up close to the huge volcano. The time travelling was thrilling and it eventually brought me to the mysterious Magellan’s. The Magellan’s was quaint and posh but not lacking the magical and fantastical element. I was drawn to the horoscopes that painted the ceiling and huge globe which greeted us gave me the feeling I was on an expedition. Do not undermine the secrecy of this place, they have hidden doors masqueraded as book shelves you should definitely explore it yourself. Their salad was scrumptious and surprisingly the best dish. The seafood was a great compliment to the fresh vegetables, so refreshing. The main course was reasonably portioned but not enough to fill up my gut and the crème Brule and strawberry cake did the job. I was feeling full, but there was one dessert that I could not leave out, the little green men mochi (A.K.A alien). They were extremely adorable which got me hesitant to eat them, but I did so anyways. They were filled with strawberry chocolate and cream, so delectable.
I hope you enjoy my 161 Tokyo Disney Sea photos!