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Here are some Haneda Airport maps. I have been through Haneda a few times as I have traveled in and out of asia. Its one of the best, simplest and easy airports to navigate. Its modernized with PLENTY of outlets.
Normally, if I am flying withing Japan or short trips in Asia, I go through Haneda airport. If its very long International flights, I am going through Narita.
Terminal 1 & 2 Map: https://www.tokyo-airport-bldg.co.jp/en/map/
Ohayuni71 Tour of Haneda Airport
Sharla in HANEDA!! OMG, BECKY!!!
Disney Sea Tokyo (東京ディズニーシー) is worth seeing if you have the time and money. If you have been to the Disneyland or Disney’s California in LA, then you may be a little disappointed by the small size of the Disney Sea. Its technically larger (176 acres compared to 160 acres) but there is a huge man made lake (Mediterranean Harbor) in the middle of the park that makes the actual walking area smaller.
Disney Sea Tokyo is definitely not a waste of time especially if you have kids. They will really enjoy it.
Just like the Disneyland in LA, you can expect Disney Sea Tokyo to be ridiculously packed and expensive. If you travel on a dime, then you may want to bring your own food into the park. Also, bring sunblock and a sunhat.
If you have been to Disneyland LA, then I would recommend seeing Disney Sea. It has a different feel than the typical Disneyland and if its hot its nice to go there and get a little wet on the rides and attractions.
Not all the rides are water rides by the way. I was expecting a sort of “splash mountain water park” feel. But its not really like that. They did a great job of mixing wet and dry. Even though Disney sea is not owned by the Disney company, it still FEELS like Disneyland.
What is most memorable to me about Disney Sea Tokyo and what stands out in my mind (besides the insane HEAT and LINES) was the show in Mediterranean Harbor. It was one of the most unique shows I have ever seen i the water.
People in costume in jetskis with giant water guns.
Take this blog post as an official “Travel Warning”. Giza will perform acts of terrorism on your WALLET! Its too expensive and not at all recommended for DimeTravelers. you have been warned.
I went to Ginza, Japan in 2009. I was not there very long. Once I saw the RIDICULOUS prices, I left.
Ginza 銀座 is considered the “shopping” district of Chuo, Tokyo. It is very “upscale” and high class with lots of boutiques, restaurants and stores.
Its the kind of place that Paris Hilton or Kim Kardasians might shop for a weekend trip in Japnan. Its not for normal people with an average income.
Giza is easily accessible from MTR Light Rail.