Rooftops in Westernland
The theme of an Old West mining town has been a constant feature of Disney Magic Kingdoms ever since the beginning. Starting with Frontierland in Disneyland Anaheim (and similarly named in most other Disneylands), the spirit of the pioneers has found its way to every Magic Kingdom except Shanghai. At Tokyo Disneyland, though, it's known as Westernland--probably because the concept of a frontier is a little less innate for the Japanese. But the aesthetics are pretty similar, and that includes a town fit for cowboys and bandits and miners and explorers. And when you add a beautiful day to the mix, it just looks absolutely stupendous!
|The frontier facades of Westernland form a scenic view!|
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