Tokyo Disneyland Releasing Some of Their Shows on YouTube For A Limited Time


Tokyo Disneyland sadly closed but they are going to post some of their shows to YouTube through April 30th. What makes this more special is that these shows were limited run or already closing and guests were going to miss the chance to see them again since their closure date is during the shut-down. Hat tip to WDWNT for catching it.

This way guests from all over the world can see the shows before they are gone.

This will all start tomorrow, March 19th, with the “It’s Very Minnie and Pixar Playtime Pals.”

Here’s the show write-up:

“Minnie Mouse is joined by her Disney Friends in this musical revue presented at Showbase. Music and costumes from Park entertainment over the years are brought back in scenes of various styles themed to Latin music, romance and club dancing.”

The show lasts about 25 minutes.

“Pixar Playtime Pals” will also be posted on the 19th of March.

Here’s the write up:

“The Pixar Characters gather to play fun games with all the Guests.”

On March 25th they will post Tokyo DisneySea’s “Fantasmic”

Here’s the write up:

“This spectacular entertainment features Mickey Mouse as the Sorcerer’s Apprentice who creates a fantastic world of Disney through his powers of imagination. Filled with special effects using gigantic water screens, lasers, lights, and fire, this dramatic show promises an evening of unforgettable fantasy and excitement for all. ”

On March 31, they will post the Polynesian Terrace Restaurant’s lunchtime show “Lilo’s, Luau & Fun”

Here’s the write up:

“Lilo from the Disney film Lilo & Stitch has invited the Disney friends and you to a fun luau (the Hawaiian word for “party”) at the Polynesian Terrace restaurant. When Stitch crashes the party, it’s pandemonium! Wearing Aloha shirts and muumuus, Mickey, Minnie, Chip, and Dale go around the tables to greet Guests, start a hula lesson for younger Guests, and create a fun lunchtime with a Hawaiian spirit!”

You will be able to catch all of these, starting on the dates listed, until April 30th, on the Tokyo Disneyland YouTube channel. It’s a fun way to get a look at the entertainment in an overseas park, that many of us might normally not get to see.

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Sources: WDWNT, Tokyo Disneyland,

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