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Ticket Information

The ticket system at Disneyland Tokyo is unique in that they have a sort of split type of multi day passport. This allows you to do one park on the first two days and then park hop for the rest of the time on the passport. They also offer a one day pass and a variety of special passes based on time of day or day of year.

Ticket costs vary so check here for Ticket Prices

Multi Day Tickets

TYPE OF TICKET PRIVILEGES OF TICKET
1 DAY STANDARD PASSPORT Allows admission to one park (either Disneyland or Disneyseas) for one day.
SENIOR PASSPORT Available to people over 60 it acts as a one day standard passport
2 DAY MAGIC PASSPORT

Allows admission to either Disneyland or Disneyseas each day.

No park hopping allowed

3 DAY MAGIC PASSPORT

For the first two days acts as a 2 day passport with no park hopping.

On Day 3 it acts as a park hopper to both Disneyland and Disneyseas.

4 DAY MAGIC PASSPORT

For the first two days acts as a 2 day passport with no park hopping.

On Days 3 and 4 it acts as a park hopper to both Disneyland and Disneyseas

STARLIGHT PASSPORT

Only valid after 5pm on most weekends.

Check with the park web site for specific days.

AFTER 6 PASSPORT Valid after 6pm on most weekdays.

Check with the park web site for specific days.

ANNUAL PASSPORT

Allows admission for one year.

Not valid on New Years Eve

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