Tuesday, December 8, 2015

A Westernland Christmas

Christmas at Tokyo Disneyland is a festive affair, with garland and decorations spread throughout the park.  Over in Westerland--Tokyo Disneyland's version of Frontierland--the ambiance takes on a rustic holiday feel, with the Old West facades covered with wreaths and ribbons and greenery that fits the wilderness theme.  In addition to this, the Christmas soundtrack takes on a more bluegrass and country feel, adding richness and detail to the atmosphere. 

Here are a few shots from my recent trip to Tokyo Disney, focusing on the Christmas decorations for Tokyo Disneyland!

The Country Bear Theater is festive outside (and as you'll find out in a future post, also within)!

The Diamond Horseshoe is Tokyo's version of the Golden Horseshoe in Anaheim. Unfortunately, it's often unused.

More Christmas facades.

The Hungry Bear Restaurant features a very elaborate facade, which means its own bundling of holiday decorations.

Finally, the Westernland Shootin' Gallery is done up too.

2 comments:

  1. Until we went to WDW last year, the Christmas version of Country Bears in Tokyo was the only version I had ever seen. It was cute, but a little different in Japanese :)

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    1. I still am not entirely sure what I watched. lol

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