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Main Street Cinema
This is a good place to relax on a hot day. It features films from the golden age of Disney, showing how the little mouse began and grew. Some of the older (or nostalgic minded) folks in the crowd will recognize many of the celebrities featured in the animated films.
Featuring candies and treats, it also has old style nickelodeon machines It allows parents to rest while kids are entertained for a few pennies (yen).
While not an attraction in the sense of the word, such as a ride or performance, this is far more than just another shop. It features wonderful artwork and animation cells from Disney films. A rotating series of show shighlight planned Disney park expandions or the latest animated film. A display on the planned second DL Tokyo park may open in the near future.
This is one of the special secrets of the park, often overlooked. While a first visit to the park does require a slow walk down World Bazaar, to take in the sights, these vehicles provide a welcome rest to the feet. Each runs from the entry area down to the Hub.
Three vehicles run at various times of the year, depending on the crowds. They are: Omnibus, Fire Engine and the Horseless Carriage. Each offers its own charm, so feel free to try each of them as time permits.
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