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Tokyo Disneyland Guide
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|World Bazaar Overview|
World Bazaar is the Tokyo Disneyland version of Main Street. It is unique in two major respects. First, unlike the other three parks, there is no train station at the entrance of World Bazaar. You simply enter through a magestic entryway. Secondly, the area is covered with a glass ceiling, so that weather is never a problem here.
The theme is still somewhat like old town America, with strolling bands, plenty of themed shops and food venues and a general feel of the past. The purpose here is the same as in other 'Main Streets', to slowly leave the outside world behind and bring about the feel of old Disney magic.
One of the unique things about TDL is that the various lands are not accessed by the central hub, but instead by a series of paths that branch off of the Main Street.
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