When it comes to snowfall at the Disney Parks, it can often be a stunning sight to see. Although Walt Disney World never gets to see any snow, there are a ton of Disney Parks around the world that do!
Most recently, we reported on Disneyland Paris and how gorgeous its snowfall looked on the attractions and Sleeping Beauty Castle. Now, it seems another snowfall has hit, but this time, it’s in Tokyo. Below, Mr. EPCOT (@MrEPCOT) shared a photo of Tokyo DisneySea at Tokyo Disneyland Resort, as it is covered in snow. Snow is not incredibly common in Tokyo, and when it does snow, the snowfall is often quite light. That being said, this photo makes the Park look like a brand-new winter wonderland!
— 𝕄𝕣. 𝔼ℙℂ𝕆𝕋 (@MrEPCOT) December 8, 2021
Because the snow is such a rare site for many Guests, it is a big deal to see Tokyo DisneySea covered in flurries!
Tokyo Disneyland, on the other hand, would also have snow filing Adventureland, Fantasyland, Tomorrowland, and Toontown. Tokyo DisneySea also includes areas like Mermaid Lagoon and Arabian Coast. as well as a shopping area, Ikspiari, and multiple Disney Resorts like Tokyo Disney Celebration Hotel, Tokyo Disneyland Hotel, and Tokyo DisneySea, and Hotel MiraCosta.
As we have previously noted, Tokyo Disney Resort recently made an effort towards inclusivity at its Parks when the Tokyo Disneyland Electrical Parade Dreamlights made its return to the Park with a new welcome message that removes all gendered language. The parade’s triumphant return saw the Disney magic spread across the lands and around Cinderella Castle in the nighttime show. The theme park Resort currently has a COVID-19 passport mandate active for Guests and Cast Members.
It seems the forecast will not be causing too much snow, and it appears that some incoming rain will soon erase all signs of ice shortly! Tokyo Disney Resort will also welcome an all-new Toy Story Hotel coming soon.
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