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Tokyo DisneySea

Listed under Theme Parks in Tokyo, Japan.

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With an estimated staggering price of over $4 billion to construct, Tokyo DisneySea is one of the most visited parks in the world, with an average of 12 million visitors annually. The theme of the park surrounds different things related to water. For example, the sections of the Tokyo DisneySea have names like Arabian Coast, Port Discovery, and Lost River Delta. Like the original Disney World in the United States, Tokyo DisneySea has familiar rides, like Tower of Terror, a free fall thrill ride. Unlike Disney World, however, Tokyo DisneySea is focused on a more adult audience, with more thrill rides and faster attractions. In Mermaid Lagoon, one of the nautical sections of the park, visitors will recognize the area to resemble that of King Triton's Palace from The Little Mermaid. Journey 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea and explore the depths of the ocean on this popular ride located in Mysterious Island. There is also an array of differently themed restaurants and food kiosks located throughout the park.

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