How much does it cost to go to Tokyo Disneyland

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Many people who head to Japan for the first time get really excited. It’s a country like no other with so many things to do. Besides temples, futuristic cities and animal cafes, Tokyo Disneyland is one of the top attractions to see.

In case you didn’t know, Tokyo Disney has two theme parks: Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea. Although Disney doesn’t own the park (they licensed the theme to the Oriental Land Company), they have creative control. That means everything you find in the parks was designed by Disney imagineers. 

The real question is how much does it cost to go to Tokyo Disneyland? After all, if you’re spending all that money to fly to Japan, does it make sense to go to a theme park? The short answer is yes, even if you’re a casual Disney fan. The parks are surprisingly affordable and are pretty awesome. Here’s what a Tokyo Disney trip cost will look like.

Tokyo Disney trip cost

 Estimated cost
Tokyo Disneyland tickets$140
Food & drink$80
Random spending$100
Total$1,378 USD

The above estimate is based on US dollars. If you want to know what it costs in your local currency, use for the conversion. I’m assuming a single traveller who plans on visiting both Disneyland Japan parks. For reference, this is how much a Tokyo trip costs for one week.

If you’re Canadian, you may want to consider applying for one of the best travel credit cards in Canada to help offset your costs by collecting points. For example, the American Express Platinum Card gives you a generous welcome bonus that’s often worth more than $900 (potentially more if you transfer your points to Aeroplan or Marriott Bonvoy). There’s also the Scotiabank Passport Visa Infinite card that has no foreign transaction fees, and it comes with airport lounge access.   


Okay, you’re obviously not flying all the way to Japan just to go to Tokyo Disney, but I’m factoring it into this budget for illustration purposes. Prices will differ depending on when and where you’re flying from, but I like to use $800 as an estimate. That’s about the price I pay to fly from North America.

Tokyo has two airports, Narita and Haneda. Haneda is much closer to the city and I recommend flying there if you can. Of course, Narita is the bigger airport, so most international carriers end up there. Both airports have direct train access to central Tokyo, so I wouldn’t worry too much about where your plane lands.


Getting to Tokyo Disneyland from Tokyo is easy as there’s a direct train. Here are the exact directions from Tokyo station.

  • Take the JR Keiyo/Musashino line to the JR Maihama station
  • Get off and walk 5 minutes to the entrance

The entire journey should only take you about 20 minutes. If you’re coming from Shinjuku station, it’s about 40 minutes total.

The route above is covered by your JR Pass (if you have one). If not, it’s ¥220 ($2) each way. Since you’re going to be travelling twice each day, for two days, you only need to budget $8 for transportation. 

There are a few direct bus routes available from various spots around Tokyo including Narita airport, but most of the time it’ll be quicker to take the train.

How much does it cost to go to Tokyo Disney


I know you’re going to visit Disneyland Japan as part of a bigger trip, so for this Tokyo Disneyland cost guide, I’m just going to recommend two nights. That gives you one night for each park which should cost you $250 total or $125 a night. 

You might want to check out my guides on how much does it cost to go to Tokyo and how much does it cost to go to Japan to get a better sense of how much your overall trip costs will be. Those guides are for 7 and 14 days respectively.

$125 a night may sound cheap or expensive depending on who you ask, but I find that to be the average price for a decent hotel in Tokyo. You won’t get a high-end property at that price, but you shouldn’t have an issue finding something in that price range.

Here are some cheap hotels in Tokyo that I recommend:

Now, if you want the full Tokyo Disneyland experience, you could stay at one of the four official Tokyo Disney hotels which are located on-site.

  • Tokyo Disneyland Hotel
  • Disney Ambassador Hotel
  • Tokyo DisneySea Hotel MiraCosta
  • Tokyo Disney Celebration Hotel

These hotels will be about $25-75 a night more compared to what you’ll find in the city. Although it’s not that much more, I still recommend you stay in Tokyo proper. The reason I suggest this is that Tokyo Disney will be just a small part of your trip and you’ll likely spend additional days in Tokyo. It’ll just be more convenient for you to stay in the city for your entire trip.

That said, these official Tokyo Disney Hotels are cheaper compared to what you’ll find at Disney World in Orlando and Disneyland in Anaheim, so it might be worth splurging for the experience.

If you have the right credit card, you can save a fair amount of money on hotels. Americans should strongly consider the Marriott Bonvoy Brilliant American Express Card since you can earn up to 150,000 Marriott Bonvoy points and $300 back at U.S. restaurants as a welcome bonus.

Canadians should consider the Marriott Bonvoy American Express which gives you up to 55,000 Marriott Bonvoy points. That’s enough points for a few free nights at some hotels which could easily have a value of over $500.

How much does it cost to go to Tokyo Disneyland

Tokyo Disneyland tickets

What I like about the Tokyo Disneyland tickets cost is how many options you have. You can buy 1 to 4-day passports or you can even buy passports that will allow you to visit in the afternoon or evening at a discount. 

Passports are just a fancy way of saying tickets, but I also like how tickets can be bought by age. E.g. Child (4-11), junior (12-17), adult (18-64), senior (65+). The reason this excites me is that most of the other Disney parks don’t do this. Here’s how much it costs for Disney Tokyo tickets:

1-Day Passport (single park)

  • Child – ¥4,900
  • Junior – ¥6,900
  • Adult – ¥8,200
  • Senior – ¥7,600

2-Day Passport (single park)

  • Child – ¥8,800
  • Junior – ¥12,600
  • Adult/Senior – ¥14,800

Starlight Passport (from 3 p.m. on weekends and holidays)

  • Child – ¥3,600
  • Junior – ¥5,100
  • Adult/Senior – ¥6,000

After 6 Passport (from 6 p.m. on weekdays)

  • Child – ¥4,700
  • Junior – ¥4,700
  • Adult/Senior – ¥4,700

As you can see, there’s a bit of a discount if you buy the 2-day passport. Prices drop even further, per day if you buy 3-day or 4-day passports, but I don’t see why you would do that as there’s not that much to see so budget $140 for your Tokyo Disneyland tickets.

Unlike Disney World and Disneyland, there are no park hopper tickets available. However, You could buy a 1-day passport to Tokyo Disneyland and then get the after 6 passport for Tokyo Disneysea. I personally recommend just doing two days so you can enjoy each park. That said, if you’re going during the offseason, it’s not that hard to finish a park in half a day. The lines at Disneyland Japan are a fraction compared to Orlando and Anaheim. 

Food and drink

When people start researching Tokyo Disney costs, they’re shocked to find out how little food and drink prices are. Sure, compared to Tokyo, the food is more expensive, but if you’ve ever been to Disney World, you’ll think Disney Tokyo is cheap.

Snacks such as pastries, ice cream, popcorn and churros are about ¥400 – 700 which is $3.75 – $6.50. Meals are in the ¥1,200 – 1,900 range ($11.15-$17.65). Some of these meals come as a combo which includes a drink and side. Note that in Japan, a combo is called a “set” and there is no tipping.

I would budget about $80 for food for those two days. That would cover one meal and snacks, but it doesn’t include what you would eat outside of the parks.

In my opinion, the food prices are fair. Definitely not as expensive as Disney World and Disneyland (do you see a theme here?). That said, Tokyo Disney has a lot of Tokyo Disneyland merchandise at restaurants that you’ll be very tempted to buy. For example, you can purchase pudding or ice cream that comes with a collectible cup. You can even get cake served on a collectible Alice in Wonderland plate. 

If you go to the Tokyo Disneyland website, you’ll find the prices for most of the restaurants. Alternatively, Disney Tokyo allows you to bring food in so you can keep costs low if you prefer.

How much does it cost to go to Tokyo Disneysea

Random spending

When I say random spending, I’m really referring to Tokyo Disney merchandise. Like all Disney theme parks, there are a lot of things to buy. The good thing is, it’s not the same merchandise you find at Disney World or at the Disney Store. 

The Tokyo Disney merchandise seems to be focused on items that the Asian market is interested in. For example, there were quite a few themed hats. I don’t mean like a baseball hat, I mean a hat that you can put on your head that will make you look like Hamm from Toy Story or Pooh from Winnie the Pooh. There was also a ton of stationery which I’m surprised isn’t available in North America.

One other item I liked at Tokyo Disney was the credit card and coin wallets that you can wear around your neck. They come themed in all your favourite Disney characters.

Overall, I would budget about $100 for Tokyo Disney merchandise. You might not spend anywhere near that, but it wouldn’t be difficult to find things you want.

Final thoughts

So how much does it cost to go to Tokyo Disneyland? I estimate you’ll spend $1,378 for two full days and that includes airfare. If you don’t count your flights, then it’ll cost you just $578 which is totally worth it. 

Need some more inspiration? Check out my guides to Hong Kong, Dubai, Singapore, Thailand, Laos, Southeast Asia, Bali, Vietnam and Malaysia

How much does it cost to go to Tokyo Disneyland

About Barry Choi

Barry Choi is a Toronto-based personal finance and travel expert who frequently makes media appearances. His blog Money We Have is one of Canada’s most trusted sources when it comes to money and travel. You can find him on Twitter:@barrychoi


  1. Jose Pinedo on December 18, 2020 at 3:56 PM

    Hi Barry

    We did the trip to Tokyo for two weeks last October. The info that you are giving in this article is very precise. 95% I will say.
    I said this for the people that read your articles. They can take your advice with total confidence

    • Barry Choi on December 19, 2020 at 3:24 PM


      Thanks for sharing and I’m glad my info is accurate =D

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