I've really enjoyed seeing all of your pic's and thought I'd put up some of my own from my recent trip. This my first time posting so hopefully they won't turn out too bad. I'll be putting up a few at a time.
Here's the view that met us as we left the train station, and this was a Wednesday!
There were a huge number of teenagers, wonder if it was a holiday.... I think the small tower on the right is Tokyo's version of city hall.
I rather liked the whole covered main street idea and thought it somehow oddly worked. That's the back of the main entrance you see at the end of the street.
As you approach Tomorrowland it goes into a sort of 50's and art deco theme; it would have been nice if that carried into tomorrowland a bit. It also would have been nice if more of the storefronts in world bazaar were actually open.
This exit leads directly to Pirates of the Caribbean. There's a nice blend here from main st. to new orleans square.
Part of Pirates' extra indoor line area that Disneyland does not have. I wonder where those big staircases go? Notice how the paintings (with no glass) are easily within reach. Everything was immaculate.
Disneyland no longer has the hyenas in this scene because one person thought it was offensive...
Tokyo's trader sam. I can't remember if Florida has the same version or not.
That's Adventureland's entrance bridge from the Swiss Family Treehouse.
And this would be Tokyo waaayyy in the distance from the treehouse. You also might see the giant ferris wheel above world bazaar if you squint.
Splash Mtn. and DisneySea through the branches.
I think this area of adventureland is unique to Tokyo. Reminds me of Typhoon Lagoon.
Well, that's it for now. I've got more if these aren't too boring.