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Tokyo Disneyland opened in April of 1983 and has seven themed sections. Mickey’s Toontown has seven attractions like Donald’s Boat and Gadget’s Go Coaster. They also have two gift shops and six eateries, including Toontone Treats and Mickey’s Trailer. Critter Country features two major attractions, including Splash Mountain and Beaver Brothers Explorer Canoes. You can eat at Grandma Sara’s Kitchen or Rackety’s Raccoon Saloon and shop at the Hoot & Holler Hideout.
Tomorrowland offers five fun-to-do attractions like Space Mountain and Stitch Encounter, as well as some unique and catchy shows. Fantasyland boasts 11 hysterical attractions like Haunted Mansion and Castle Carousel. They also have seven shops to choose from, and with six eateries, you won’t go hungry.
Westernland has five main attractions, like Country Bear Theater and the Mark Twain Riverboat. The seven gift shops include woodcrafts and a general store, and you can stop at one of the six eateries for a bite. Adventureland features five attractions, such as the Pirates of the Caribbean and the Swiss Family Treehouse. They have a large theater where you can see shows, and you can find eight shops and a dozen eateries to choose from. The World Bazaar has a penny arcade and tour bus, as well as 13 shops and seven places to eat.
Fun Fact: Tokyo Disneyland was the first Disney park to be built outside of the United States.
Don’t worry about having enough to do at Tokyo Disneyland. In fact, the main issue you may have is finding enough time to do it all. Here are some of our favorite things to do at this fantastic park.
Go on a cruise in Adventureland with a guided tour through the jungle waters filled with wildlife
Do some shooting at the Westernland Shootin’ Gallery
Paddle a canoe on the river in Critter Country on Beaver Brothers Explorer Canoes
Spin around in teacups at Alice’s Tea Party in Fantasyland
Hang out with Mickey Mouse at Mickey’s House in Toon Town
Enjoy a pizza at Pan Galactic Pizza Port or get some ice cream at Soft Landing in Tomorrowland
Shop for some unique souvenirs at Grand Emporium or Town Center Fashions in the World Bazaar
Try one of the seven popcorn flavors, including soy sauce and butter or milk chocolate at any of the snack shacks
Japan Railway Maihama Station
Japan Railway Ikebukuro Station
Japan Bus Keiyo or Musashino Line
You can’t take your luggage into the park, so you will need to find one of our many Bounce partners in Tokyo to watch them for you. We are travelers ourselves, so we understand the need to stash extra stuff now and then. Even locals can use our service if going to Disneyland after work. Just get the Bounce app on your phone and find the most convenient spot to stop on your way.
Whether you have one or several bags with you, one of our Bounce associates in the Tokyo area can keep them safe for you while you enjoy the park. We insure your bags for up to $5,000 per booking, so you do not have to worry about them. Bags are tagged and checked in, making it a pretty simple process.
Luggage Storage Near Kasai Rinkai Park
Just off of Wangandoro Avenue, about 10 minutes from Disneyland Tokyo, Kasai Rinkai Park is a popular place to spend a quiet day enjoying nature. Take a walk through the woods or around the lake, stroll through the gardens, and meander along the beach to relax from the noise and crowds of Disneyland. This park also has a Sealife Aquarium with thousands of fish and other marine life. The 384-foot Diamond and Flowers Ferris Wheel is a great way to get some fantastic photos too. But don’t leave without visiting the Sea-Bird Sanctuary. You are allowed to explore anywhere you want besides the restricted marsh areas. You’ll see lots of birds, so make sure you bring your camera along. Don’t leave it in your luggage when you drop it off with one of our Bounce affiliates.
Luggage Storage Near Shunkaen Bonsai Museum
With over a thousand miniature trees, this Bonsai Museum on Nihori Street off of Keiyodoro Avenue is a favorite of both visitors and locals. Bonsai Master Kunio Kobayashi developed and designed the museum, for which he won the Prime Minister’s Award three times. The first thing you will see when you enter is a one-thousand-year old pine tree in front. Inside, explore the books, pottery, and collections of antique tables and other furniture. Besides the hundreds of flora of all kinds in the courtyard, you can also see trees displayed in tokonoma alcoves inside. The Shunkaen Bonsai Museum is a place not to be missed by those who enjoy botany and antiques. Just make sure you stop by one of our local Bounce spots nearby to drop off your bags first because you cannot bring them inside with you.
Luggage Storage Near Tokyo Metro Museum
About 17 minutes from Disneyland Tokyo, you can find the Tokyo Metro Museum on Kannana-Dori Avenue. This large museum has seven sections with different themes containing over 600 artifacts. The first section describes the history of the subway system in Tokyo and has trains to explore. You can learn about building the subway and keeping it safe in areas two and three. In section four, passenger services over the years are described. You can learn about how trains work in area five. Sector six has a description of all of the subways of Japan and around the world. The seventh section is a play area for kids with games and interactive displays. Make sure you check out the hands-on train simulator while you are there. But leave your belongings at one of our Bounce locations for safekeeping before going because bags are not allowed.
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Excellent service in Tokyo. To allow people to drop off luggage before concert.
They were great and would recommend in Tokyo to anyone who needed to use them!
Very easy process. Loved that we were given tags to secure our bags in Tokyo.
The price for luggage storage near Tokyo Disneyland is just ¥600/bag for the entire day.
Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $10,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage near Tokyo Disneyland.
Yes, there are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in the Tokyo Disneyland area. Bounce has multiple luggage storage locations nearby Tokyo Disneyland and in the broader Tokyo area where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $10,000 safekeeping gurantee.