Galaxy’s Edge vs. Tokyo Disney Sea
We’re presenting part two of a conversation David Zanolla and I had about the arrival of Galaxy’s Edge. Having both been to Tokyo Disney Resort several times–and quite recently, we took on the conversation of how the two compare. You can find the podcast here on Podbean and here at iTunes.
We mentioned another podcast covering not only Tokyo Disney, but Shanghai Disney and Hong Kong Disney Resorts as well. That is Episode 14 of our podcasts.
Many individuals who have traveled to Disney parks around the globe have concluded that perhaps Tokyo Disney Sea is the best park ever created. That’s why we chose to do this discussion regarding not only which is better, but why. To make the comparison even, we chose one land out of Tokyo Disney Sea that is a contained experience, and that has two signature attractions. They also both offer mountains. Mysterious Island fits that bill perfectly, and includes not only 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, but Journey to the Center of the Earth. The latter is considered one of the best attractions ever designed by Imagineers.
If you’re not familiar with Mysterious Island, we’ve provided an overview below:
Also, if you haven’t had a chance to visit Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge, here’s a preview of that land as well:
More Galaxy’s Edge
Want to see other great things in Batuu? Definitely check out The Force is in the Details. It identifies some great things Imagineers have done in this land. And you also want to check out our complete guide to Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge. Take a look!