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    World Bazaar

World Bazaar is a different take on the standard Main Street found at Disneyland, and Magic Kingdom, but it's the same idea; a corridor of shops and restaurants with early 20th-century America themed interior and exteriors. The biggest difference here is the that all of World Bazaar is covered with a ornate iron and glass canopy to protect guests from the elements. Having a cover over an entire land may seem bazaar... er, bizarre at first but it looks much better in person. It somehow just works.

After entering Tokyo Disneyland you'll find yourself in a plaza in front of World Bazaar that contains guest services, stroller and wheelchair rental, and lockers. Heading in to World Bazaar facing south will lead you to the park's central hub and Cinderella Castle. Or if you don't want to go all the way to the hub, World Bazaar's center street will give you shortcuts to Tomorrowland on the right, or Adventureland on the left.

There's a good amount of dining choices in World Bazaar. One of our favorites in all of Tokyo Disneyland is Restaurant Hokusai, which is a table service Japanese restaurant that serves fish, tempura, and udon noodles. If you're looking for something more casual we recommend Sweetheart Cafe, which serves an assortment of breads, pastries, and coffee.



Other Lands at Tokyo Disneyland