Recently I ticked Disney off my Do Before I Die bucket list. With a group of friends from the language school I’m attending, I went on a day trip to Disney Sea in Tokyo. The moment I walked through the gates, I was in awe. But, there was a few more specific awestriking moments that were memorable enough for me to create this post, too many in fact that I’ve had to create a part one and two, xD.
From the get-go, it didn’t take me long to notice that matching was a thing, there. I saw couples, I saw girl groups, families and even guy groups, matching each other to the T. And when I say “matching” I mean the same: outfits, accessories, bags, socks and even shoes and hairstyles. Talk about dedication!
I was having the time of my life trying to snap every instance of this phenomenon I spotted, I may have even, to get a snap, chased a few… hehe. But, even looking back at the *cough* numerous selfies I took, I’m now finding matching groups in the background like I’m playing Where’s Wolly.
But if there was one thing Disney Sea, or any theme park for that matter, needs to improve, it’s the lines! With all the walking, waiting and lack of free benches, my feet honestly died halfway through the day. I was in pain. I can handle the ride wait (… barely), but I don’t know why, even with the invention of dog strollers (see other post), people have not thought to create lines with automatically moving seats! Like, OMG get with it.
This (see picture below) is how you wait in a line! If there are no automatically moving seats, of course. I don’t know why this is not acceptable waiting etiquette everywhere. I saw this while wondering Disney Sea. Theme parks could all learn something from these people, #salty.
And these are only two recordings of things I found of note. What can I say, haha. If you want to read part two of my adventure to Tokyo Disney Sea, click here.
Until next time,
P.S. Here’s a matching collage: