Christmas is a popular season at Tokyo Disney Resort (TDR), with both Disneyland and DisneySea getting into the festivities with themed food, merchandise, shows and decorations including countless Christmas trees. This year, Disney Christmas starts on 9 November and goes through until Christmas Day, 25 December. This is a guide to what you can look forward to at Tokyo Disneyland and DisneySea over Christmas 2015.
Each year, the two parks, Disneyland and DisneySea have their own Christmas theme. Tokyo Disneyland’s Christmas season is known as Christmas Fantasy, and the theme for 2015 is “Christmas Storybooks”, inspired by scenes from Christmas themed stories, and of course featuring plenty of Disney characters.
Here is a map of the Tokyo Disneyland parade route:
The “Tokyo Disneyland Electrical Parade – Dreamlights” will run every evening, featuring characters in Christmas costumes, set to Christmas music, and the Starbright Christmas fireworks will light up the skies each night.
DisneySea’s annual Christmas season is known as Christmas Wishes, with the theme for 2015 being “A Perfect Christmas”, as well as incorporating the “Colors of Christmas” show on the Mediterranean Harbor. “A Perfect Christmas” performances will run three times a day, lasting around 25 minutes each, and “Colors of Christmas” will every evening, lasting around 13 minutes.
Here is a map showing the Mediterranean Harbor:
The Starbright Christmas fireworks will happen every night, with fireworks shaped like stars and bells, and a soundtrack of Christmas music.
Concept images have been released for the park decorations:
Different seasons at Tokyo Disney Resort come with different, limited treats to eat.
Some of the upcoming Christmas food at Tokyo Disneyland:
Olaf strawberry cream sandwich cookies from Crystal Palace – these will also be available at one of the outdoor booths to be confirmed closer to the time. They’ll also be available at DisneySea.
White chocolate mousse with candy canes from Sailing Day Buffet.