I recently took a trip to the Tokyo Disney Resort and simply put, it was the best trip of my life. From the most epically designed attractions and “kawaii” Disney merchandise to themed dining options and Instagram-worthy snacks, the Tokyo Disney Parks surpassed my expectations all around.
Prior to the trip, I had done a lot of research on what to eat in both Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo Disney Sea. One food I couldn’t wait to try were the Little Green Alien Mochi Dumplings, which can be found in the American Waterfront at Tokyo Disney Sea.How cute are these? Well, guess what? They were delicious, too! They’re filled with three cream flavors—chocolate, strawberry, and custard.
Another Park snack I had always heard buzz around are the Mickey and Minnie Mouse popsicles. So here’s the thing: I’ve always seen Instagrammers with cute photos of these pops but never knew how good they tasted! These things are amazing! The Mickey-shaped treat is tropical fruit flavored and the Minnie-shaped one is a peach raspberry delight! Another Park snack that the Tokyo Disney Resort takes very seriously and does oh-so-well is popcorn! Aside from the buttered popcorn we have in the States, you can get Blueberry, Caramel, Chocolate, Curry, Soy Sauce, Garlic Shrimp, and more. I truly cannot put into words how good Tokyo Disneyland popcorn is. Plus, there are a number of Park-exclusive popcorn buckets (like this Stella Lou one) you can collect throughout the two Parks.Another must-eat-at place in Tokyo Disneyland is the Great American Waffle Co., located in the World Bazaar area. You can smell warm Mickey waffles being cooked up to crisp golden-brown perfection from a mile away (or at least a few steps). I got a maple syrup waffle, but you can also get one with chocolate sauce, strawberry, and custard sauces, and (seasonally) with ice cream. Yum! Yum! Yum!
Another adorable snack I picked up on multiple days was Mike’s Melon Bread, a round semi-sweet melon bread roll shaped like Mike Wazowski. It was a good snack to nibble on (and take photos of) while waiting for the parade.We had lunch at the Queen of Hearts Banquet Hall located just outside of “it’s a small world”. I loved every heart-shaped detail here, including the shape of the cheese on my meat patty (which was essentially a delicious cheeseburger sans bun).I had the best time eating my way around the Tokyo Disney Resort, and already can’t wait to go back to try more!
What’s your favorite dish from any Disney Park? Tell us in the comments below!