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    The Enchanted Tiki Room: Stitch Presents "Aloha E Komo Mai!"

Description And Comments

This Polynesian-style musical program features hundreds of animatronic birds, flowers, and tiki-god statues, each of which move and sing independently to the music. The original Enchanted Tiki Room was overseen by Walt Disney, and was one of his first large-scale uses of audio-animatronics. The original show (which premiered at Disneyland in 1963, and then in Tokyo Disneyland at the park's opening in 1983) is long gone. In 1999 it closed to make way for The Enchanted Tiki Room: Now Playing Get The Fever!, which was a Las Vegas-style lounge music show. In 2008, Stitch took over the Tiki Room. While The Enchanted Tiki Room is beloved in Walt Disney World, and especially Disneyland where it plays to packed houses on most days, it seems the show has never caught on with the Japanese audience. We've regularly seen the venue half empty, even on busy days. It could also be due to the fact that The Enchanted Tiki Room: Stitch Presents "Aloha E Komo Mai!" isn't very good. Don't get us wrong, the Stitch animatronic is impressive, but it's not enough to carry the show.

Touring Tips

See any time. Your wait will usually be until the next show starts.

How's It Different From the Walt Disney World and Disneyland Versions?

The Enchanted Tiki Room: Stitch Presents "Aloha E Komo Mai!" is exclusive to Tokyo Disneyland. The original Walt Disney's Enchanted Tiki Room still runs at Disneyland and Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom.

Is it English Friendly?

The entire show is in Japanese. Handheld tablets that display a full English translation are available on request. Ask a cast member and they will give you one.

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