How to go to Tokyo Disney Land/Sea from Tokyo Station

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Tokyo station is a maze.

If you walk around Tokyo station for the first time, you may get lost there. But if you want to go to Tokyo Disney Land/Sea from the Tokyo side by train, you may have to pass Tokyo station. In this article, I will tell you how to get to Tokyo Disney Land from Tokyo station.

The first thing that you should do is find this sign. In order to go to Tokyo Disney Land/Sea, you have to take a Keiyo or Musashino Line.




If you can find this sign, it is quite easy to get to the platform because the path is one way. You can just follow the sign’s direction. By 10 minutes walk, you can get there.




two moving walkways








Finally, you arrive at 4 platforms. You can take a pink or orange train at any platform. But do not take the pink one launching at 18:16 and 19:18 on weekdays because they won’t stop at Maihama station. It takes about 15 minutes to get to Maihama station. Many passengers might get off at Maihama station, so maybe you can tell when the train arrived at Maihama, even though the announcement in the train is Japanese.



Maihama stationIMG_0369

Blue: Tokyo Disney Sea/Red: Tokyo Disney Land


If you want to go to Tokyo Disney Sea, you have to take another train at Maihama station.


If you want to know the details, check The official link

When you go back to Tokyo, make sure to ride the train for Tokyo. Accidentally, some people go in the opposite direction.


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