Overall it is much different than Disneyland Tokyo. The theme is more focused on different movies under the Disney brand, including Little Mermaid and Aladdin for the younger children. However, for older kids there is the Indiana Jones, Hotel Terror and Journey to the Center of the Earth rides to name a few. I would say this part is definitely geared more towards older children or even adults. But you could easily spend most of the day with the younger kids at some areas as well.
For food and restaurants, there is virtually every kind to choose from, including American, Chinese, Mexican, Italian and Japanese. Plus there are all the usual Japanese snacks and treats around the park, with some American ones too.
The prices for most things are much more reasonable than at other U.S. parks, which is a good thing. You are already breaking the bank for the tickets, so why not cut some slack with the food and souvenirs?
One important note is you CAN bring food and drinks into the park if you don't want to spend extra money. Just do not bring glass or cans, but PET bottles are okay. Strollers are also very cheap to rent (500 Yen per day).
The best time to go, which what everybody says, is during the week, especially while Japanese schools are still in session. Avoid the hot summer months for it is the worst temps and the most people. I would recommend the Fall, such as November or the Spring in early March.
If I was to visit one of the Disney Parks, I would choose this one over Disneyland.
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