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Tokyo Disney Sea v. BraviSEAmo

OK, so I thought of something that I could do a little write-up about since I have been denying my readers for a long time. That thing would be Japan’s slight obsession with everything Disney.

I am still going to be keeping this post on the shorter side and will just be introducing these things little by little instead of an overwhelmingly long post.

Anyway, Japan has this slight obsession with everything cute, no matter what age said Japanese person may be. While it is true that Disney is mostly aimed for young kids and families, but Disney in Japan seems to almost be aimed for adults just as much as it is aimed for kids. Now, these aims are kind of divided into two different theme parks. Just like America has Disney Land and Disney World, Japan has Disney Land and Disney Sea.

Tokyo Disney Sea has an overall nautical exploration theme to it. seven uniquely themed areas or “ports of call”. The entrance to the park is Mediterranean Harbor, which opens up to six more nautically themed ports: American Waterfront, Lost River Delta, Port Discovery, Mermaid Lagoon, Arabian Coast, and Mysterious Island. Tokyo Disney Sea is not as popular as Tokyo Disney Land, but it still draws large crowds and is more popular with adults and couples – I have been told.

There are many amazing things to talk about at Tokyo Disney Sea, but what I am going to do first is post some videos of the night show about the spirits of fire and water entitled “BraviSEAmo.”

According to the official website: “Once upon a time, Fire and Water lived in completely separate worlds, and never met one another. But one day, a mysterious spirit of water called “Bellisea” and a fierce spirit of fire called “Prometeo” found each other, and a wonderful love story was born!”


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