Heavy Snowfall Completely Takes Over Disney Park

in Tokyo Disneyland

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At Tokyo Disney Resort, things are starting to look a lot like Christmas, even after Christmas!

Mickey Mouse at Tokyo Disneyland
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When we think of snow at a Disney Resort, we often do not associate it with Walt Disney World Resort. The closest thing that sunny Central Florida will ever get to a snowfall is a snoap fall! Because of this, it is often shocking to see a Disney attraction or castle covered in flurries. Walt may have chosen Orlando and California for their warmer climates and lack of snow, but there are many Parks around the world that do have snow which leaves the Disney Park looking like it is something out of a fairytale!

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Disneyland Paris has been the main snowfall photo spot this year when it comes to a winter wonderland at Disney, but now Tokyo Disney is shaking over! We can see Cinderella Castle is covered in heavy snow with giant flurries falling down all around, which is an interesting sight to see as their castle is almost a carbon copy of Walt Disney World’s castle. Belle and Beast’s Castle is also covered, which actually fits well into the story of the film as there are snowy scenes in the movie!

Thanks to DLP Welcome (@DLPWelcome), we can see what this snowfall is looking like!

Today is snowing at Tokyo Disney Resort!

Because the snow is such a rare site for many Guests, it is a big deal to see Tokyo DisneySea and Tokyo Disneyland 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.

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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.

With COVID-19 ramping up, it seems that overseas Park’s are starting to have to decide what their next move is. Although Tokyo Disney and Disneyland Paris seem to plan to stay open, Hong Kong Disneyland will be closing for at least two weeks with no set reopening date.

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Let the expert team at Academy Travel help you plan your next magical vacation to Tokyo Disneyland Resort! Or what about Walt Disney World Resort’s four theme parks — Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, Disney’s Animal Kingdom, and Disney’s Hollywood Studios — and the Disney Springs shopping and dining district!

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