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Friday, 8 August 2008

CK Went to Outer Space

Tomorrowland of Tokyo Disneyland consists of a series of outer space rides. I was quite surprised to see the Star Tours developed by Disney together with George Lucas. So, without a doubt, I embarked on the Ultimate Star Wars Adventure as claimed.




When I started to walk through the walkway, I had a very peculiar feeling because I thought the Ultimate Star Wars Adventure has got to be better then just seeing the mock-ups of the Star Wars scenes. I was a little disappointed at that moment.






However, my disappointment was all gone and I was full of enthusiasm again when I entered the docking day of the spacecrafts. I was all ready for an outer space tour!




I entered the spacecraft with full of excitement and expectation of what was being offered. Well, Disney and George Lucas didn't fail to excite me with this one! It was one of the best recreational rides I have ridden so far. I am still wondering how they created the acceleration and somersaults feeling during the ride, but when I was on it, I forgot everything about the science part. It was just pure excitement. It was too dark and too dangerous to shoot photos during the ride, so I just have to leave that part to your imagination. Trust me, it is one of the best rides in Tokyo Disneyland. Don't miss it when you are there yourself.




When I came out of the Tomorrowland exit, it was just a restaurant area with an outer space theme.




I tried to go on the Space Mountain ride as my friend told me it was good, but I couldn't enter because it was under restoration and upgrading.




The rocket ride didn't look too interesting to me, so I decided to skip that.


Thursday, 7 August 2008

Touring the Toontown

In the Toontown of Tokyo Disneyland, I could visit Mickey's house, Minnie's house as well as Goofy's house. Other than those elaborately decorated houses, Toontown is actually a whole township.




There is even a Five and Dime store. However, I couldn't find anything that costs 5¢ or 10¢ in the store!




There is also a Gag Factory, but not in production, I guess.




Oh! Woger Wabbit is also in Toontown, but he wasn't inside the house.




He stayed outside most of the time cam whoring with kawa-i gals.




Let's rob the bank in Toontown! But you may just go back with some Toon dollars.


Wednesday, 6 August 2008

Wordless Wednesday – Samba Carnival Girls









Location: Omiya, Saitama Prefecture, Japan
Date taken: August 1st, 2008
Camera equipment: Nikon D300 + Micro Nikkor 105mm f/2.8D + Nikon Speedlight SB-800




Tuesday, 5 August 2008

Goofy's Wacky House

Goofy has always been the stupidest character in Disney's cartoon. Therefore, he built his house in the wackiest of manner. Nothing seems to be straight in his house.




I tried to enter the house but the attendant looked very worried and asked me whether I really would like to bounce around in Goofy's house.




It was a big relief to her when I told her that I was just looking around. So, she showed me another entrance to witness the children jumping and bouncing inside Goofy's Bounce House.




I should have told the attendant that I was serious about jumping and bouncing in Goofy's house. For all you know, the Japanese will never say no!


Monday, 4 August 2008

Be a Guest of Minnie

Other than Mickey's house, there are some other houses of the Disney characters, of which Minnie's house is just second to Mickey's house in popularity.



I didn't have to queue for entering Minnie's house. It wasn't as crowded as Mickey's house. Probably everybody knew that Minnie wasn't around to greet the visitors.




Everything is in pink or purple on the exterior of Minnie's house. Minnie is not unlike any other girl anyway.




In Disneyland, everything is just so cartoon-ish. They paid attention to every detail, windows included.




There is a wishing well in the courtyard. I saw many teenage girls throwing coins into it to make wishes. I think they were just wishing to find their love ones.




Minnie's house has a smaller sitting room as compared to Mickey's house. Nevertheless, it is not less comfortable.




Minnie's bed is purple in colour. I think it is every teenage girl's dream to have bedroom like this.




The kitchen cum dining room is at the end of the house. I could play with the dishwasher, the oven and the tea set on that dining table.


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