Ticket types

Since the coronavirus pandemic, regular park visitors must purchase tickets online in advance for a specific date, and an upper admission limit of visitors is maintained, i.e. it is possible for tickets to sell out on a given date. Same-day tickets are available only to guests staying at Disney hotels and "official hotels" who can purchase tickets for any day during their stay regardless of the daily admission limit.

The cost of tickets depends on the date of visit and is higher on popular days, such as weekends, national holidays and during vacation periods:

  • 1-Day Passport
    Adult (18 and over): 7,900-10,900 yen
    Junior (ages 12-17): 6,600-9,000 yen
    Child (ages 4-11): 4,700-5,600 yen

    Good for entry to either Tokyo Disneyland or Tokyo DisneySea on one calendar day. The date and park are fixed at the time of purchase.
  • Early Evening Passport (from 3pm)
    Adult (18 and over): 6,500-8,700 yen
    Junior (ages 12-17): 5,300-7,200 yen
    Child (ages 4-11): 3,800-4,400 yen

    Good for entry to either park on weekends and national holidays after 3pm.
  • Weeknight Passport (from 5pm)
    All ages: 4,500-6,200 yen
    Good for entry to either park on weekdays after 5pm.

How to purchase tickets

Tickets can be purchased through the resort's official website and various travel reservation websites, such as Klook. Only guests staying at Disney hotels and "official hotels" have the privilege to purchase tickets at their hotels for any dates during their stay and regardless of the daily admission limit.

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When to go

Tokyo Disney Resort is enjoyable around the year, especially during the spring and autumn when the temperatures are most pleasant. Winter generally (but not always) comes with somewhat smaller crowds, while summer brings rather high temperatures and humidity. As a rule of thumb, the parks usually get particularly busy during the following periods:

  • Weekends (especially long weekends)
  • National holidays
  • School holidays:
    • Spring holidays (mid March to early April)
    • Summer holidays (late July through August)
    • Winter holidays (late December to early January)

Tokyo Disney Resort 40th Anniversary Priority Pass

The Tokyo Disney Resort 40th Anniversary Priority Pass system helps to reduce the time spent waiting in line for rides. It allows its holder to skip the line for a specific ride during an assigned time slot by using a priority lane. Any visitor can get a priority pass for free through the Tokyo Disney Resort App (Google/Apple) after entering the park. Another priority pass can be obtained after the previous one was used or after a 2-hour period, whichever is earlier.

Getting there and around

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      Comfort Suites Tokyo Bay is situated in Tokyo, 4.1 km from Tokyo DisneySea and has a fitness centre. With free WiFi, this 3-star hotel offers free shuttle service and a 24-hour front desk. The accommodation provides luggage storage space and a kids' club for guests. At the hotel, the rooms have a desk, a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom. All units will provide guests with a microwave. A charged breakfast is available at the property for adults.Children who use existing beds can enjoy breakfast free of charge. Tokyo Disneyland is 4.3 km from Comfort Suites Tokyo Bay, while Tokyo Gate Bridge is 10 km from the property. The nearest airport is Tokyo Haneda International Airport, 17 km from the property.
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