It has been almost six months now since The Gaijin Ghost first had an article published on another site. In a guest post dated April 27, 2017, yours truly wrote for TDR Explorer about Toyville Trolley Park, which is sort of a sub-port within the larger port of American Waterfront at Tokyo DisneySea. This post was actually submitted on a trial basis, prior to entering the Wordpress system as a contributor over there. Writing it involved translating and re-contextualizing some information from the official Tokyo Disney Resort blog.
For the author, it was as much a learning experience as it would be for readers, inasmuch as the Tokyo Disney Resort blog called to attention certain unsung details of the Toyville Trolley Park area, things I had never noticed, such as the trolley track, or the TTP logo, or the mock box office windows built into the entrance arch. On a trip to Tokyo DisneySea in 2017, I managed to catch Toyville Trolley Park at a time when it was relatively deserted, since its star attraction, the park’s most popular ride, Toy Story Mania!, was temporarily closed for refurbishment.
After the jump, you will find photos from that expedition interwoven with some from this American Waterfront gallery. Together, these 40 pictures aim to give you a comprehensive photo tour of the Toyville Trolley Park area at Tokyo DisneySea.
Enjoy this silent photo tour of Toyville Trolley Park, home of Toy Story Mania!, the ride that sends guests sprinting for FastPasses in the morning.
“On peak attendance days, it is not unusual to see the Fastpass line stretching all the way down the long avenue of Broadway ...”