After waiting forever to be able to take a trip to Japan I finally had the chance to visit TDR. On the first day we visited Tokyo Disney Sea and it was amazing, that park is superb in many areas to other theme parks in the world. Everything is done very nicely and attention to detail is superb here! The only problem we encountered there is that major attractions (ToT, JTCE) they stop letting people in sometimes even and hour and a half before park closing (not nice at all!!!) The next day we visited TD, my first impression was that World bazar (which is the main street of TD) looses all of its charm due to the fact that is completly covered, it also has several streets as opposed to just one main road. After that we visited several other lands and al of them are very well kept, you wont find anything that is in need of mantainance, all the painting looks fresh, the park is really clean and cast members are outstanding they also tend to participate more in the ride story as opposed to WDW, I assume because japanese are very committed to their work. Also, the probably have the best parades in the world, and Poohs hunny hunt and Monsters Inc are just amazing!!! But somehow, I didnt feel I was in a Disney Park, for me disney parks are known for inmersed theming and in TD transitions between lands are done in a very strange way. For example, Golden horseshoe is right next to the castle, so if you look to your left you can see all of westernland and to your right you can see the castle and fantasyland, all in the same corner. The same happens for tomorrowland and world bazar and everything is so close together you never get the ilussion you are inmersed in a totally different land. I found that quite amusing, because Disneyland is also a small park, but they dont have this problem. I have been to all the MK in the world and found TD to be the least favorite because of this. Did anyone else has this feeling? any comments?