Two questions re: park hopping and restaurant reservations

Discussion in 'Tokyo Disneyland' started by maxiv, Aug 9, 2018.

  1. maxiv

    maxiv the guy from overseas

    Apr 13, 2005
    Hey guys,

    I can't believe that I'll be in Tokyo Disney in a month after a 6-year Disney abstinence! It's just not that easy from Germany ;-)

    I have two questions remaining. We already booked our hotels (Disneyland Hotel 2 nights and Miracosta 1 night)

    - I've seen that we can purchase park tickets online, I guess that would make it easier and we wouldn't have to wait in any line when we're there. However, if I buy a 4-day park ticket, I can only park-hop on day 3 and 4. Aren't we supposed to be able to park-hop from day 1 as on-site guests? How can I purchase a ticket with park-hop ability from day 1?
    - What way can I best make restaurant reservations? As a hotel guest, can I book online in English? Or is online only possible in Japanese? How else can I book in English with already existing hotel reservations? I find the info online somewhat misleading, hopefully someone can help me here.

    Thanks guys!
  2. wanderlust7

    wanderlust7 DIS Veteran

    Mar 10, 2015
    You can buy the "Multi-Day Passport Special" that lets you park hop all days at TDH or MiraCosta. They cost a little bit more. I don't think you can do it online. Here's more info:

    You can make restaurant reservations in English once you login to your TDR online account. Go to either My Bookings or Travel Case.

    Have a good trip!
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  3. MSH518

    MSH518 Earning My Ears

    Jun 16, 2017
    As a hotel guest, you can book restaurant reservations 30 days in advance of your check in date -- and reservations are in English. I just made a restaurant reservation today for our upcoming trip and it was very easy.
  4. planningjollyholiday

    planningjollyholiday DIS Veteran

    Jun 25, 2012
    as a hotel guest you are guaranteed admission so there is no point buying tickets online ahead of time. Just buy them at the front desk when you check in, it's not going to really take up any more of your time since you have to check in anyway. You really don't need hoppers from day one. Each park has more than enough to keep you occupied, and you will be content staying in each park for a full day.
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