This exhibit space in the Japan pavilion presents exhibits on Japanese culture. The exhibit changes every couple years. "Spirited Beasts," an exploration of the mythical origins of characters from anime, is currently on display.
- Location: At the back of the Japan pavilion.
- Date Opened: July 2010 (for the current exhibit); October 1, 1982 for the space.
- # of Ride Units: Walkthrough museum exhibit.
- Ride Capacity: Several hundred can be in the exhibit at any one time.
- Restraint Method: None
- Ticket Rating: A Ticket
- Ride Photo: No
- Sponsor: Japan
- Open/Close: Opens and closes with the park.
- Wait Times: Generally there are no lines to enter the exhibit.
- Length of Ride: Self-guided walkthrough.
- FastPass: No
- Single Rider: No
- Queue Description: None
- Health Restriction: None
- Ride Access: The exhibit is fully accessible to wheelchairs and ECVs.
- Wheelchair Transfer: Not necessary.
- Service Animals: Yes
- Audio: None
- Weight and Size Issues: Should be none
- Height Restriction: None
- Child Swap: No
- Other Issues:
- At this location: Though the exhibit space has been in the Japan pavilion since the park opened in 1982, the original plans for the space were far grander. A rotating stage show (similar to Carousel of Progress, except the stage rotates rather than the audience) called Meet the World was planned but never built. The show would have been a history of Japan and can be seen, in Tomorrowland at Toyko Disneyland.
- From December 2003 - July 2010 a selection of tin toys from the collection of Teruhisa Kitahara was on display. Tin toys were imported into Japan around the turn of the 20th century and quickly were adopted into the culture, eventually being exported back out to the world after World War II.
You can help us keep these guides current. If you
see anything incorrect on this page, or if you have additional
information that should be added, please fill out our form.