Disneyland Rides

The Tokyo Disneyland rides offer something for every age. Younger children can have a blast on such rides as Gadget’s Go Coaster, Buzz Lightyear’s Astro Blasters, and Pooh’s Hunny Hunt, while older kids might prefer more thrilling rides such as Splash Mountain and Space Mountain. These latter rides actually fall into the thrill ride category, so they are also designed for visiting adults who want to get their pulses racing.

The various rides at Disneyland in Tokyo are found in different themed areas. The place to hop aboard the Jungle Cruise ship is Adventureland, for example, and you can find both Star Tours and Space Mountain in the Tomorrowland area. As for other Tokyo Disneyland rides that figure among the most popular rides in the park, they include the Big Thunder Mountain roller coaster and the Western River Railroad. You can find Big Thunder in the Westernland area, and it is easily one of the most thrilling rides at the park. As for the Western River Railroad, it takes riders on a longer, more relaxing ride. The trains wind their ways around Adventureland before passing through Critter Country and past the Westernland area.

Tokyo Disneyland tickets allow visitors to enjoy all of the park’s rides, not to mention all of its other attractions. In other words, you don’t have to purchase separate tickets in order to enjoy certain rides. Also worth noting is the fact that there are Tokyo Disneyland tickets that also allow visitors to enjoy the rides at the adjacent Tokyo DisneySea theme park.

Image: Rudy Herman (flickr)

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