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Shopping place other than go yo disney , nearby to the park (but to be honest still quite a long walking distance from Disneyland ), offer some gpod shopping place and eating place with more variety choice than eat in the park.
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We went by train to Ikspiari on our first evening in Tokyo mainly to buy our Disneyland & Disneysea tickets at the Tokyo Disney Resort ticket center. There was no queue at the counter & we soon had our tickets. Feeling a little peckish we...More
Walked through Ikspiari a few times. Very big, a lot of restaurants. We ate at the Rain forest cafe, the Outback and walked through a few stores. They have a lot of restaurants to choose from. They have many stores, movie theaters, and it is...More
The only mall located at the center of Disneyland and disneysea. Got a Cinema, numbers of shopping outlet and good choices of eateries. Ippudo ramen is there, TGIF and a food court with 6 stalls. There is also a supermarket for me to get beers...More
Looks like a boutique mall, with limited choices of clothing stores. They have a foodcourt at the basement, restaurants on the upper floors, a small drugstore (near Starbucks) and a supermarket too. There is a small food market place near the Starbucks, where they sell...More
They just don't call it Disney Downtown.
On Disney monorail route. Under-cover facility, halls can be warm/hot. Can be crowded in peak season pending Disneyland traffic. Many shopping options including a chain 300-yen store (popular with travelers). We encountered a beer festival there.
Shopping, restaurants, movie theater adjacent to the parks. In short, it's the Tokyuo Disney equivalent to Downtown Disney in California (or a much smaller version of Disney Springs in Florida). Certainly a fun place to spend some time other than the parks, and the food...More