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Hello, I had a last minute question about Tokyo Disney -- I'm planning to go in a few days, and I was wondering what the chance is of being able to see all of the original attractions (ie, not in Orlando) in both parks in one day over December? For example, I was able to see both parks in Disneyland Paris in one day during peak season summer months. Need to know if it would be worth it to buy a one day park hopper. Thanks.-- 13:51, 9 December 2007 (EST)

WDW/Disney comparison..[edit]

I'm thinking of making a sub-section in understand, which attempts answers the question - I've done WDW and/or Disneyland in the states, and I'm in Japan for a holiday - is it worthwhile spending a couple of days at Tokyo Disney Resort. Then rounding up all the remaining bits of comparision between disney parks, and putting them there. --inas 19:30, 10 September 2009 (EDT)

Swept in from the pub

Tokyo Disney Resort article status[edit]

I just completed a prolific overhaul of the Tokyo Disney Resort article, which included replacing the flawed map with a more accurate one. However, I'm not quite sure if it meets the quality of a guide or even star article. Please, let me hear some comments before I decide whether to push the article status up to guide. Jonathan 784 19:16, 7 September 2009 (EDT)

Whoops, forgot to mention that this was an unsuccessful nomination for Collaboration of the Month. Jonathan 784 19:18, 7 September 2009 (EDT)

It's a lot better than it used to be and could almost squeak by as a guide in my book, but the lead pic is terrible, and the restaurants and hotels need proper listings. Jpatokal 00:34, 8 September 2009 (EDT)
I think JPatokal pretty much summed up the issues with the article as it is. I got rid of the box about driving, because that information belongs on the Japan page. If your goal is to push this to a star article, then I think the "See and Do" section should be more than just a summary of what each place offers. It should be more like the Walt Disney Pages: Walt Disney World/Hollywood Studios

every attraction is listed as something to See/Do, and I think it makes a much more complete and informative article. Right now, in order to know what the attractions are, we have to "Visit the Screening Room" as it says in the article, but I believe the goal of Wikitravel is to be the sole source of information. With that, I don't think it's a good idea to give links to websites with better information. That shows a weakness in our article. ChubbyWimbus 00:56, 8 September 2009 (EDT)

Many parts seem to take the style of, you've been to Disneyland or WDW, and now here are the differences. As far as possible each article should stand on its own. I'm sure if I were to edit the WDW so the opening line of the attractions section says, fans of the Japanese Disneyland will be disappointed, because the Magic Kingdom is just the same, it wouldn't be the best opening. Sure the info has a place in both articles, but primarily we should be describing the park, and putting any required comparisons in a subsection. --inas 01:13, 8 September 2009 (EDT)



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