KCP Students Enjoy the Thrill of Tokyo DisneySea

Tokyo DisneySea is a theme park that can only be found at Tokyo Disney Resort. Located in Urayasu, Chiba Prefecture, this park was built in 2001 and is nearly as populated as nearby Tokyo Disneyland. It’s also the most expensive theme park ever built.

Nicole Nowlin, a student at Pacific University in Oregon, is currently enrolled at KCP this summer term. She shared with us some photos of her and her friends when they recently visited DisneySea. The trip was planned by the students (not an official school excursion). It looks like Nicole and company had great fun!

Nicole and the other KCP students heading off to DisneySea on the Disney Resort Line, a monorail that loops around the major destinations of the Tokyo Disney Resort. KCP Flickr












Tokyo DisneySea has several park attractions (a.k.a. “ports of call”) brimming with fun and entertainment. One of them is the Mermaid Lagoon, based on The Little Mermaid.

The group of princesses at Ariel’s Greeting Grotto. KCP Flickr

Our KCP students also went on an adventure at the Arabian Coast, another port of call.

Here’s a fun shot of a resting camel with its merry rider!

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At the American Waterfront, a facsimile of the northeastern seaboard of the United States in the early 1900s, Nicole and her friends had a blast riding the Japanese version of the Tower of Terror. It’s a free-fall ride guaranteed to give its brave passengers an adrenalin rush!

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Thanks to Nicole and company for sharing all these fun photos with us!