Disney Tokyo Safety Tips
Avoid Unpleasant Surprises At Disneyland Rides
Tokyo Disney safety tips: Injuries at Amusement parks happen all the time. This page is all about keeping safe on your visit to Disneyland Tokyo and Disney Sea.
Some of these Tokyo Disney safety tips are just pure common sense, but worth mentioning anyway.Most injuries can be prevented.
Tokyo Disneyland Tips
- Lines are long – Prepare to stand in line as long as 45 min for Disneyland Rides. This can be very frustrating for young kids.
When children are tired they are more likely to get hurt.I recommend taking a mid-day break, a quiet time that will allow kids and parents to rest and avoid noontime high temperatures and crowds.
This can only be done of course if you are staying at one of Disneyland Hotels Tokyo. In case you’re worried about the price – it’s really worth every cent, as it saves you time by cutting off standing in line (special entrance for hotel guests)and transportation time from Tokyo.
See More: Affordable Hotels In Tokyo Disneyland: Reviews & Deals
- Seat Belts – During Disneyland Rides Make sure your seat belt or safety harness is in place, comfortable and locked.
Do not get on or off a ride until you’ve been given the okay to do it by a Disneyland employee.
See More: How To Avoid Long Lines At Disneyland Rides
- Stay away from where you don’t belong. This sounds obvious, but I’ve seen too many good people get hurt because they were chasing their hat into a restricted area in Disneyland Tokyo.
If your hat has fallen off (or any other belonging), please ask a Disney employee to help you retrieve it.
Don’t climb or skip fences or enter employee-only areas.
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Disneyland Tokyo & Disney Sea Guide Book
If you went to Disneyland Tokyo today, would you know:
- How to find the Cheapest Disneyland Tokyo Tickets
- How to navigate Tokyo station like a pro
- How to book an Affordable hotel that is only 3 min away from the park
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- How to go from standing 2 hours in line to 30 min or less for the most popular Rides
- How to add thousands of yen to your budget