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    Tokyo Disneyland Tickets

Tokyo Disneyland Tickets can be purchased at any of Tokyo Disney Resort ticket booths in front of Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea, but you can also purchase them online via the Tokyo Disney Resort Online Reservation & Tickets website. If you live outside of Japan, and purchase your tickets from home, your only option will be to print out the tickets, so be sure you have a printer with plenty of ink available. You can also buy the tickets at the park, but remember that some busy days may sell out and no more tickets will be sold.

1-Day Tokyo Disney Resort tickets vary depending on the day of the week or time of the year. Check calendar on the Tokyo Disney Resort Online Reservation & Tickets website to see what the prices are during your visit.

TDR recommends printing tickets on non-standard A4 size paper, but I’ve printed tickets using regular sized paper with no problem (your mileage may vary). Like I said before, you can also buy the tickets at the park but remember that some busy days may sell out and no more tickets will be sold. When you purchase TDR tickets you will be required to enter the dates in which you will be using the tickets. These dates cannot be changed, so if you’re going April 15 your ticket will only be valid April 15. Multiday tickets are currently not being sold for Tokyo Disney Resort. They have been sold in the past and we hope they will return in the future.

Current Tokyo Disney Resort Ticket Prices:

1-Day Passport

  • Adult 7,900 yen - 9,400 yen
  • Junior 6,600 yen - 7,800 yen
  • Child 4,700 yen - 5,600 yen

Fixed Date and Time Passport (from 10:30 a.m.)

  • Adult 7,400 yen - 8,900 yen
  • Junior 6,200 yen - 7,400 yen
  • Child 4,400 yen - 5,300 yen

Early Evening Passport

  • Adult 6,500 yen - 7,400 yen
  • Junior 5,300 yen - 6,200 yen
  • Child 3,800 yen - 4,400 yen

Weeknight Passport

Adult 4,500 yen - 5,400 yen
  • Junior 4,500 yen - 5,400 yen
  • Child 4,500 yen - 5,400 yen

Park Hopping at Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea (Currently Unavailable)

Park hopping at Tokyo Disney Resort works a bit differently than it does at Disneyland and Walt Disney World. For starters, park hopping cannot be done with 1 and 2-day tickets. 3 and 4-day tickets can park hop, but only on the third and fourth day of the tickets. That means for the first two days of your 3 and 4-day tickets, or all 1 and 2-day tickets, you will be locked into a specific park. You will be asked which parks you would like to attend when you purchase tickets online or in person, so be sure to think about that ahead of time. The only exception to this is if you are staying in an official Disney-branded hotel AND you buy park tickets through the hotel.

Tokyo Disneyland and DisneySea After 6 Passport (Currently Unavailable)

After 6 p.m. and until park closing an After 6 Passport can be purchased at Tokyo Disneyland or Tokyo DisneySea ticket booths. This ticket is available Mondays through Fridays (except National Holidays). This grants you access to the park at a slightly discounted rate compared to the normal tickets. The After 6 Passport can only be used at one park; there is no park hopping allowed.

Tokyo Disneyland and DisneySea Starlight Passport (Currently Unavailable)

From 3 p.m. and until park closing, a Starlight Passport can be purchased at Tokyo Disneyland or Tokyo DisneySea ticket booths. This ticket is available on Saturdays, Sundays and National Holidays. This grants you access to the park at a slightly discounted rate compared to the normal tickets. The Starlight Passport can only be used at one park, there is no park hopping allowed.

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Last updated by Guy Selga on September 20, 2022

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