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Tokyo Disney Resort is a world-famous theme park and vacation resort. Two Disney parks with different themes, "Tokyo Disneyland" and "Tokyo DisneySea," entertain customers daily, and by holding various seasonal events. In addition to the park, you can spend a pleasant afternoon doing things such as shopping and eating at the complex commercial facility, Ikspiari. A free shuttle bus runs between the hotel and Tokyo Disneyland® and Tokyo DisneySea® daily, making it easy to access.
A city full of stories and entertainment, Ikspiari is a shopping mall at the gateway to Tokyo Disney Resort®. It is a full-fledged facility with approximately 140 shops, restaurants and movie theaters.
Oedo Onsen Urayasu Mangekyo
With a total of 38 baths, from the open-air bath to the indoor bath, Oedo Onsen is a natural hot spring resort. It is a facility where you can enjoy hot springs all year round, where children and adults alike can come to relax.
The Disney shop, which is one of the largest in Japan, is located right next to JR Maihama Station. The building is two-stories, with service facilities on the first floor and merchandise from Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea on the second floor. Here you can buy Tokyo Disney Resort® and Bon Voyage original products.
A comprehensive market for marine products and fruits and vegetables, Toyosu Market was moved from Tsukiji Market in 2018. It features a raised deck where you can watch the tuna auction. There are also eateries where you can enjoy long-established tastes such as sushi and tonkatsu.
Obaiba is an area where various amusements floating in Tokyo Bay come to gather. Please enjoy gourmet food and shopping at DiverCity Tokyo Plaza and Dex Tokyo Beach, and enjoy the rainbow bridge at Odaiba Seaside Park.
Tokyo Tower is a 333-meter high radio tower built in 1958. From the two observation decks — the 150-meter main deck and the 250-meter top deck — you can overlook Mt. Fuji and the cityscape of Tokyo.
Japan National Stadium
This is the main venue for the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics. Designed with the concept of a Tree, the stadium is built with steel frames and wood.
Makuhari Messe is one of the largest convention centers in Japan and holds events of various genres. It will be used as a venue for competitions at the Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Urayasu-shi Sogo Park
Surrounded by the sea and greenery in front of the hotel, Sogo Park features athletic play equipment, roller slides, and a large lawn that will surely please the children. You can also enjoy a picnic in the square while enjoying the sea breeze. We also recommend visiting for a walk.
Urayasu Folk Museum
As a fishing town, the Folk Museum of Urayasu introduces the times when we lived with the sea (around 1952) in historical and folk arts and scene reproduction. Inside the museum there are exhibits of the wooden boats that supported the fishing culture, and the museum hosts various events every week.
Kasai Rinkai-Koen Seaside Park, Tokyo Sea Life Park
One of the highlights of the Kasai Rinkai Park is the Diamond and Flower Ferris wheel, Japan's largest at 117-meters tall. It is designed with greenery, water, and people as its central theme. The Kasai Rinkai Aquarium, with its signature dome-shaped entrance, features a huge doughnut-shaped aquarium where tuna swim. The aquarium also hosts one of Japan's largest penguin exhibitions that breed the most Humboldt penguins in Japan.
LaLaport Tokyo Bay
Mitsui Shopping Park, LaLaport Tokyo Bay, is a large-scale commercial facility with approximately 440 stores that are arranged by various genres, such as fashion, movie theaters, amusement and gourmet zones.
Convenient Store “Lawson “Within Hotel
Located conveniently within the hotel premises is a popular Japanese convenient store chain, Lawson. Open hours are 6:00 to 12:00, 16:00 to 25:00.
Art and Design
Art and Design
Please enjoy the in-house art produced by famous designer Junko Koshino; she also designed our staff uniforms. The outdoor planting is produced by Mr. Seijun Nishihata, a plant hunter. The 500-year-old olive tree planted near the entrance is spectacular. For details, please see the following site: