October 27, 2008 1:34pm CST
We visited Disney Tokyo recently and were thoroughly impressed by the fine standard and well-maintained flow of the place. As expected at all Disney Worlds, and we have visited the ones in the U.S., crowds were the norm and the long queues were no exception but in Japan, they seem to be better controlled or the people were so polite that they made way for each other wherever possible. This was thus a culture thing and a far cry from places where the people are not so prone to serving as to be served. High on the list of worthy-for-mention too was the cleanliness of the restrooms. It is our hope that the toilets of the world would emulate the ones that we found a true place of rest and relief as the ones found at Disney Tokyo. Kudos to the people of Japan...our visit was a pleasant and indeed memorable one!
28 Oct 08
My partner went to Tokyo last holiday. She really liked it there in the Disneyland Tokyo. She bought me Disney's merchandises which I like so much. She said that being there was really fun because she was able to find many interesting and amusing rides. People said being in the Disneyland, they fee like they were back to the childhood time