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10+ years later, I’m back in Tokyo Disney. When I came with my mom, because she was afraid of heights, we couldn’t go on most of the rides. To make up for my disappointment, she took many pictures of me with the characters and asked for their autographs. She also bought me many toys, plush toys, and cookies (the empty boxes I still keep). The funniest part is she would take pictures of me with the rides and asked me to imagine how fun it would be to go on them (maybe that’s why UN thinks I have very fantastic imagination!)
We arrived to Disneysea on the first day of their Halloween theme. The merchandise were so cute that I had an internal struggle with my compulsive buying behavior (almost took home a giant size Duffy).
We thought the park would be less busy on a Tuesday, we thought wrong! If you follow me on Instagram, you saw how many queues we stood in. Thank God we purchased the tickets back in Okinawa and avoided the line at the entrance ticket booth. That heat and humidity was trying, but in order to eat all the recommended Tokyo Disneysea exclusive snacks, we persevered through it. The Halloween special treats lived up to the hype, delicious and cute, definitely worth the wait. Very happy I could spend my birthday here, thanks UN for including this surprise as a part of our Tokyo trip.
P.S. I think my wisdom tooth is coming out! I had to stop eating because of the pain!