Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Tokyo Disney Sea Toy Story Mania - New Videos !



The new Toy Ville Trolley Park area including Toy Story Mania is now open at Tokyo Disney Sea and plenty of videos have been uploaded on Youtube. Here is a selection of interesting ones and this first video filmed by JSAKE70 is great as it shows Toy Ville Trolley Park at night with its beautiful lighting.




This next video by JiJi will show you the queue decor and the ride itself as well as the unique little games located out of the ride.




This other video by bigsnowdome will show you in details the queue decor of Toy Story Mania.




Another one filmed by DonadonaSea2012 showing a long traveling in the queue decor and also Mr Potato Head outside.




Here is another one by mikko20101109 showing the whole new area, thanks to an almost "flying" camera!




And, because we can't live without these unique japanese TV reports here is one about TDS toy story Mania!




Videos: copyright JSAKE70, JiJi, bigsnowdome, DonadonaSea2012, mikko20101109, torasanduck

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

I would say the architectural finials all need flagstaffs and pendants flying in the waterfront breeze as some of the illustrations show and are common at this period of waterfront amusement parks. PD

Anonymous said...

The interior facades seem kind of lifeless without character carnival barkers to spur interests in each attraction.

Anonymous said...

What a disappointing addition to Tokyo Disney Sea. Such a soul-less addition that can't be hidden by rows of popcorn lights. Sad to see.

Alain Littaye said...

C'mon, it's not that bad, it's a great tribute to the trolley parks of early last century... i think they did a very good job!

Marco Antonio Garcia said...

I agree with you Alain, I think that it looks beautiful and it's a very nice addition to the park.

I'm not even a fan of video game rides, I hate Buzz, and I always prefer real decor and AA's to 3D, but Toy Story Mania is a lot of fun, the best Video Game style IMO, and a very nice addition to any Park.

Anonymous said...

I think it looks great. Very authentic, and true theming. My only negative comment is that from the pictures/videos I have seen, it looks great in the sun, on a blue sky day, however on a rainy/overcast day it does not look appealing. However that is true of real sea front amusement parks that it is themed like

Mark Taft said...

I hate to say it, but I agree. I think it is a "soulless" addition to the park- even if it does look beautiful.

danielz6 said...

This is a nice addition to an already outstanding park...wonder why they never made an aa woody like they did buzz and Mr potato head?

Alain Littaye said...

That's a very good question danielz6! May be it's because of the "supple" aspect of the body of Woody, which can makes things more difficult to create a realistic audio-animatronic...

Anonymous said...

I like the lighted archways but would love to see strings of lights suspended across the outside courtyards as the period parks they modeled it after had. Lights just on the architecture don't seem enough and may be a bit to stiff. The architecture is the best part of the show here. Would love to go on a Dumbo Darkride here and see dancing pink elephants. Too much Pixar in American Waterfront.

Jones said...

I´m not saying it´s horrible, it´s not even bad - it´s just not up to the standard of the most beautiful park in the world (ok, DLP is just as beautiful, but TDS does not have any maintenance problems).