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April 15

April 15, 1983 – The Restaurant Royal Street Veranda Opens in Tokyo Disneyland

ジャズが流れる街角のドリンクバー”

On April 15, 1983, the quick service restaurant Royal Street Veranda opened in Tokyo Disneyland’s Adventureland area. Sponsored by Kirin, this juice bar provides Kirin lemon soda, apple tea soda, and mix orange soda. The stop also features specialty candy and decorated cases.

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March 12

March 12, 2011 – Tokyo Disney Parks Closes Due to Earthquake

On March 12, 2011, Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea Park closed to examine the damage caused by the Touhoku earthquake that occurred the day prior. When the earthquake hit, 69,000 people were reportedly stranded at the parks, with most guests able to vacate by the next day. As park operational calendars were updated with closings through the 21st of March, crews were brought in to assess the damage. Flooding and caved pavements were spotted throughout the park, and were subsequently fixed before the parks eventually reopened on April 28, 2011; this was the longest closing of any Disney park.

November 22

November 22, 2016 – The Restaurant Camp Woodchuck Kitchen Opens in Tokyo Disneyland

アメリカ河を眺めながら、キャンプ気分でお食事が楽しめるレストラン”

On November 22, 2016, the quick service restaurant Camp Woodchuck Kitchen opened in Tokyo Disneyland’s Westernland area. The name is based on the Junior Woodchuck group of which Donald Duck’s nephews Huey, Dewey, and Louie were members, and is themed like an American summer camp; the restaurant is also located where guests are able to watch the canoes on the Rivers of America. The restaurant’s menu features waffle sandwiches, smoked turkey legs, and hot ginger lemonade.

November 3

November 3, 1998 – The Skyway to Tomorrowland Attraction Closes in Tokyo Disneyland

“See Tokyo Disneyland from the air”

On November 3, 1998, the Tokyo Disneyland attraction Skyway to Tomorrowland closed. Opening on April 15, 1983, it was the third version of the attraction, based on the original Disneyland attraction that opened in 1956. It was considered a Fantasyland attraction, taking guests by a gondola on a cable from Fantasyland over to Tomorrowland. While it was the third version of the attraction to open, it was the second to close, with the version in Walt Disney World closing the following year.

September 1

September 1, 2000 – The Attraction Pooh’s Hunny Hunt Opened in Tokyo Disneyland

気まぐれに進むハニーポット(はちみつの壷)にのって、プーさんといっしょにはちみつ探しの冒険に出発!”

On September 1, 2000, the attraction Pooh’s Hunny Hunt opened in the Fantasyland area of Tokyo Disneyland. The attraction is similar to the Walt Disney World attraction The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, where guests board a large honey pot and travel through the storybook of Winnie the Pooh and entering the scenes from the classic animated feature; however, the Tokyo Disneyland attraction is much more elaborate than the Walt Disney World attraction.

July 21

July 21, 1992 – The Boiler Room Barbecue Opens in Tokyo Disneyland

 

アドベンチャーランドを探険していて、ひときわ目立つ船がこのお店。”

On July 21, 1992, the restaurant Boiler Room Barbecue opened in Tokyo Disneyland’s Adventureland. A quick-service snack counter, the restaurant originally featured, as its namesake suggests, barbecue-related foods; the restaurant was renamed Boiler Room Bites in 2003, and given a new menu. Boiler Room Bites features quick serve dishes such as shaved ice in several flavors, pork bao, and a variety of drinks.

April 15

April 15, 1983 – The Restaurant Troubadour Tavern Opens in Tokyo Disneyland

冷たいソフトクリームでリフレッシュ!”

On April 15, 1983, the quick-service restaurant Troubadour Tavern opened in Tokyo Disneyland’s Fantasyland area. The shop sells soft serve ice cream, in either sundae form or soft serve cones, and a variety of soft drinks.