Italian Street in Tokyo DisneySea
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Italian Street in Tokyo DisneySea

by Saki U.

Venetian gondola rides at Tokyo DisneySea

Venetian gondola rides at Tokyo DisneySea

I got interested in Italy when I went to Tokyo DisneySea. Tokyo DisneySea has a row of houses and streets of Italy, and a Venetian gondola as a ride. Also, there are some Italian foods, like spaghetti, pizza, and gelato.

I learned why Tokyo DisneySea re-created an Italian street. Japanese people have a kind of longing for Europe. And they come to Tokyo Disney Resort to forget their daily life. Therefore, DisneySea offers people a surrounding which people can imagine they are in Italy.

Anyway, I want to go to the real Italy after seeing the Italian street in Tokyo DisneySea. I have a friend who studies Italian, so I will go to Italy with her someday.

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