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Tokyo Disney Resort Line

The Tokyo Disney Resort Line is a convenient form of transportation that runs between the hotels, parks and a short walk to/from Mihama train station.

The Tokyo Disney Resort Line runs on a loop, the full journey last 12 minutes and consists of four stops.

  • Resort Gateway Station
  • Tokyo Disneyland Station
  • Bayside Station
  • Tokyo DisneySea Station

The Resort Gateway Station is a short walk to the JR Mihama station, Ikspiari shopping centre and a 5-7 minute walk to the Disney Ambassador hotel.

Tokyo Disneyland Station takes you directly to the Disneyland park and the Disneyland hotel. It is also possible to walk to the Resort Gateway Station in about 5 minutes from here.

Bayside Station takes you to the official Disney partner hotels,
-Sunroute Plaza Tokyo
-Tokyo Bay Maihama Hotel
-Tokyo Bay Maihama Hotel Club Resort
-Hilton Tokyo Bay
-Hotel Okura Tokyo Bay
-Sheraton Grande Tokyo Bay Hotel

This station also has the free Disney Resort Cruiser, essentially a free shuttle service, to each of these hotels. We stayed at Hilton Tokyo Bay and it was quicker for us to walk across the road that to wait for the Cruiser to pick us up and drop us off.

Tokyo DisneySea Station takes you directly to the DisneySea park and hotel Mira Costa.

There is a charge to use the monorail unless you have a vacation package booked at one of the four official Disney hotels, where journeys on the monorail during your vacation package is included an unlimited.

Tickets can be easily purchased from each station from one of these screens. The language is easily switched via the press of a button. Do not worry about being able to translate.


The cost of the tickets per day ensure the upkeep of the Resort Line is upheld.

This service, although not free, is easy and convenient.

What are your thoughts on the Resortline. Let me know in the comments.


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