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September 4

September 4, 2001 – The Restaurant Yucatan Base Camp Grill Opens in Tokyo DisneySea

発掘現場の近くにあるレストラン

On September 4, 2001, the counter-service restaurant Yucatan Base Camp Grill opened in Tokyo DisneySea’s Lost River Delta area. The restaurant features oven roasted chicken, oven roasted spicy salmon, and vegetable and bacon cream soup. The restaurant also features seasonal offerings for specific holidays and events.

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August 27

August 27, 2010 – Tokyo Disneyland Welcomes 500,000,000th Guest

On August 27, 2010, Tokyo Disneyland welcomed its 500,000,000th guest, Megumi Soma. The park opened on April 15, 1983, and hit its first guest milestone – the 250,000,000th guest – on July 14th, 2000. Soma was given a special plaque along with a photo opportunity with Mickey and Minnie Mouse.

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.

December 31

December 31, 1899 – Harrison Hightower III Mysteriously Disappears

“1899年に起きたオーナーの謎の失踪事件以来、恐怖のホテルと呼ばれるようになった「タワー・オブ・テラー」。”

According to legend: on December 31, 1899, antiques collector and builder of the Hotel Hightower, Harrison Hightower III, disappeared mysteriously after his acquisition of the Shiriki Utundu idol. Of course, this is part of the story of the Tower of Terror attraction in Tokyo DisneySea, and the character of Hightower was made to resemble Imagineer Joe Rohde. The story of the attraction is that after Hightower’s disappearance, the New York City Preservation Society took over the restoration of the hotel, and now offered tours to the public, with terrifying results.

September 4

September 4, 2001 – The Confectionery Valentina’s Sweets Opens in Tokyo DisneySea

ここに来れば、毎日がヴァレンタインデー!“

On September 4, 2001, the chocolate and sweets shop Valentina’s Sweets opened in Tokyo DisneySea. This is the largest confectionery shop in the park, and features the theme of Valentine’s Day every day; décor features statues of the Disney Princesses with their princes.

August 20

August 20, 2018 – The Quick Service Restaurant Dockside Diner Opens in Tokyo DisneySea

「ドックサイドダイナー」は、カジュアルなカウンターサービスのレストランで、にぎやかなアメリカンウォーターフロントにある貨物倉庫を改装して作られました。

On August 20, 2018, the quick service restaurant Dockside Diner opened in Tokyo DisneySea. Located in the American Waterfront area of the park, the restaurant features a variety of dishes ranging from roast beef sandwiches, to fried chicken and waffles.

July 14

July 14, 2006 – The Musical Show Big Band Beat Opens in Tokyo DisneySea

“Enjoy the top class singers, the unforgettable dancing by the Disney Friends and more. And you’ll be wowed when Mickey Mouse hits the drums!”

On July 14, 2006, the live musical show Big Band Beat opened in Tokyo DisneySea’s Broadway Music Theater. Replacing the show Encore!, Big Band Beat was created to celebrate the park’s 15th anniversary, and features a live big bang performing jazz standards such as “It Don’t Mean a Thing” and “Take the A-Train.” Accompanying the band are dancers, singers, and appearances by several Disney characters.