Tokyo Disneyland’s Jubilation Parade

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7 Dec 2010

We were already getting hungry but the Jubilation Parade was to start in less than 40 minutes (starts at 1:25) so we decided to get a place in front of the Castle near the World Bazaar. To our surprise, there were already a lot of people sitting along the paths. Others had plastic mats to “reserve” their chosen location. Xianelle and I stayed behind and picked us a spot while Mavis bought us food. We had some Churros, soups, and breads. We were lucky to get front seats so read the tips, enjoy the photos and continuation of our day in Disneyland in the next post!

DisneyLand Tip: Timing is crucial along with your plastic mats (or any stuff that can reserve you an area). One hour before the parade starts, you are allowed to place your mats on the sidewalk. You can leave them there while you get on a ride (hopefully you got a FP) and come back 25 minutes before show starts or else, it’ll be too crowded. One more thing, people in front are asked to sit down so that others at the far back can also enjoy the show.

DisneyLand Tip: Position! Position! Position! If you want to get the photographs and video of the Jubilation Parade, the area in front of the Castle, near World Bazaar would be best. Stay on the side across the Castle as you’ll get to have more coverage once the floats start coming from the bend.

Xiane and her Cinnamon Churros

Xiane and her Cinnamon Churros. 250 Yen each!

Mavis says there's nothing special about these Churros

Mavis says there's nothing special about these Churros

Corn Soup, Gumbo, Breads for Lunch

Corn Soup, Gumbo, Breads for Lunch

Waiting for the Jubilation Parade to start

Waiting for the Jubilation Parade to start

The Blue Fairy and Minnie leading the charge

The Blue Fairy and Minnie leading the charge

A costumed Cast Member

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