The Tokyo Disney Resort in Urayasu, Chiba opened as Tokyo Disneyland in 1983 and was the very first Disney theme park outside the United States. Eventually, the resort grew and became so popular that a second gate, Tokyo DisneySea, was added. For many, Tokyo Disney is a perfect resort and the crown jewel of the vast array of Disney parks around the world.
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Interestingly, Tokyo Disney Resort is 100% owned by The Oriental Land Company and operates under license from The Walt Disney Company.
Unfortunately, the Oriental Land Company had to issue a statement about some merchandise issues at the resort. The statement reads as follows:
This time, Oriental Land Co., Ltd. sold a product called “Tokyo Banana Caramel Banana Flavor” (Supplier: Grapestone Co., Ltd., Manufacturer: Co., Ltd. Tokyo Banana Friend Factory), some of the products with it was found that the sales periods and the Subsequent expiration dates showed mold due to incomplete sealing of individual packages. We would like to inform you that we have decided to recall the product.
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The Oriental Land Company sincerely apologizes for the great inconvenience and concern caused to our guests.
It is important to note that at this time, there have been no reported health issues for guests or cast members due to this issue.
For a full description of this issue, please see the official statement from The Oriental Land Company.
We recently reported that Tokyo Disney’s version of Despite of Space Mountain will soon be closing for a refurbishment. As stated on the website, Space Mountain will be closed from August 22 to November 19.
We don’t know exactly what is being done on the attraction, but with such a long closure, we can expect a pretty intense renovation. At Space Mountain, guests will encounter a mountain dome bathed in mysterious lights after dark that houses a space station where state-of-the-art spacecraft, powered by an unknown energy source, take off and land. Disney invites visitors to “Get ready for a thrilling rocket ride through the galaxy!” »
Have you ever visited Tokyo Disney?