The Mediterranean Galleon
Tokyo Disney Sea is full of absurdly meticulous theming elements that go far and beyond the level of detail found at other Disney parks. It's "hyperrealism." Take real, everyday objects--buildings, landscape, vessels, and make them look absolutely exquisite in a way that only a small percentage of the population will ever really catch most of the details. But that's why this is the most beautiful theme park in the world. It goes to the nth degree, and then it decides, 'oh, why not,' and goes a few degrees more. So if the scene below looks like something out of fantasy come alive, well, that's the point.
|The Renaissance, docked at Fortress Explorations.|