Natsu Matsuri Menu for 2015 at Tokyo Disneyland
With any change in the seasons at Tokyo Disney Resort, comes new seasonal food for guests to enjoy! Lets take a look at all the food options for Natsu Matsuri at Tokyo Disneyland for summer 2015. If you missed it, check out all the summer 2015 merchandise too. All food items are available starting July 1st, until August 31, 2015, unless otherwise noted. Check out our full Tokyo Disneyland restaurant menu for regular menu offerings.
Which item are you eager to try? The curry dog looks delicious!
All information from the official Tokyo Disney Resort website.
Meals & Snacks
- Pork and Tomato Jelly Chilled Noodles
Hungry Bear Restaurant
- Shrimp & Vegetable Curry
- Grape Mousse
- Soft Drink
- Note: The Steamed Vegetable Curry is not available during this time
- Curry Hot Dog
- French Fries
- Soft Drink
- Roast Pork Tortilla Wrap
- Festival Sushi
- Bean Curd Tofu
- Chilled Broth
- Available from 8 July – 31 August
- Ramune Jelly Drink
Ice Cream Cones
- Frozen Drink (Watermelon)
Lunch Set at Sweetheart Cafe
- Herb Chicken, Avocado Dip and Wasabi Creamy Sandwich
- Raspberry Chocolate Mousse
- Soft Drink
Raspberry Chocolate Mousse with Souvenir Cup
- Available at Sweetheart Cafe and the Event Booth
How do they get the yoke in the egg to form Mickey!?
I wonder if they give you the Ramune bottle separately from the cup with the pearls? Because the best part of drinking a Ramune is the unique bottle closure and the glass ball that rolls around…
The cold noodle looks delish!
I have been wondering that myself about the egg! They do the same thing for New Years in the Curry Udon bowl. I hope to find out one day how they do it.
Hmmm, hard to say about the bottle. It looks like it is plastic, so I don’t see why they wouldn’t. But it could be just for show. I will investigate!
Traditional Ramune bottles are glass, so maybe they don’t want to serve it in the parks. Are they not that common in Japan? We get them here at Japanese restaurants and markets so I assume they are very popular in Japan. 😛
Yes, they traditionally are in glass but they do not allow glass into the park, so it would make sense for it to be plastic. These are a very popular drink among children in Japan. I had ice cream of the same flavor the other day 🙂
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