Enjoy your visit next week. Hope for good weather. I'll be there Monday.
DeepDMan! One of the best improvements you've recently made is the addition of the almost daily video montages. I've always loved the site (read it almost every day), and the video montages have become one of my favorite parts.
I would also like to see a lot more coverage of merchandise: just lots of photos would be great. Lots of us like to see what's being sold.
Talk to Dusty because he can help you with getting help and maybe posting maybe weekly here on Micechat. Look how they do Yesterland. GL on the site and keep posting TDL updates.:thumbup:
Here is Dusty's site email: [email protected]
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Hello everyone! First I'd like to say thanks to all the posters who gave us the wonderful and informative suggestions. Next, I'd like to announce that the site at DeepDisney is now open! So far we only have the daily updates in the KIMAGURE section and the video montage in the DEEPDISNEY TV section.
With your help, we'll be working on the following sections:
- Access info from airport and areas in Tokyo.
- Info on hotels within and outside the Resort.
- News and info on upcoming attractions, events and other developments.
- How to buy tickets online overseas or in advance once in Japan.
- Info and advice on Japanese customs and etiquette related to the Parks.
- Food allergies and issues.
- Info and unique aspects of Park attractions and facilities.
- New products and merchandise on sale.
- Daily video updates.
- Last but not least... DUFFY DUFFY DUFFY!
Keep those ideas coming! Hope you enjoy our new site! Yoroshiku onegai-shimasu!
I never cared much for Deep Disney... it was all in Japanese. Make the same site but in English, with all the facts and news and I'll be a fan.
+1000 on merchandise pictures (which you say you're doing - thanks!). It's nice to see what stuff I can get either if I go myself or have someone get it for me. The merch over there is very different in many cases. Japan gets a lot of exclusive stuff.
I would also highlight things like the various popcorn buckets which are unique and sometimes seasonal (for example, the new Alien Christmas one).
Outside of that, I think if you do pretty much an equivalent of the Japanese site it would go over well. What you've said you're going to do already sounds great.
I've always had a great time at TDR when I've been there and never had a problem despite the fact I really can't speak Japanese :)
Having been to all of the Disney parks around the world, they're all pretty easy to navigate if you ask me even if there are some language differences.
I agree its pretty easy to get tickets, order food and shop. Even asking for the front seat of a ride can be done(and its funny at times) with out speaking the language. I was at DLP in the late 90's and had no problem. Tokyo the CM are amazing and helpful, so don't worry.
Love the new site. Thank you so much. Your photos are wonderful.
One idea that my help those who are planning a trip is when photos are posted, let the reader know if its a busy day in the park, average. Sometimes its hard to know when to plan a trip and what the crowds are like. The photos and info could help.