Tokyo Disneyland Popcorn Bucket & Flavours Guide

Tokyo Disneyland & Tokyo DisneySea are known for their unique popcorn flavours and collectable buckets. Popcorn is one of the most popular snacks at Tokyo Disney Resort. This theme park staple has taken on a life of its own here at the Parks. While you’ll find classic flavours such as salt and caramel, you’ll quickly find that exotic flavours are just as popular.

Much like the merchandise at the Resort, the popcorn flavours and buckets are constantly changing. I’ll show you the latest flavours, where to find them, and what popcorn buckets are available for each Park. I’ll include my tips and recommendations. Both Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea have their unique flavours and popcorn buckets.

Some of these popcorn buckets are available on Amazon Japan, and most sellers ship overseas!

Popcorn Flavours at Tokyo Disneyland & DisneySea

Tokyo Disneyland DisneySea Popcorn Wagon

Tokyo Disney Resort often changes its popcorn flavours (usually without notice). This means during your visit, and the flavours may be different. That’s half the fun, as you never know what you’ll get! It’s always best to check the official website for Tokyo Disneyland or Tokyo DisneySea.

  • A box of popcorn is ¥400 (about $3 USD)
  • If a flavour isn’t listed below, that means it’s not available.

My favourite flavours are Honey, Black Pepper, and Caramel Cheese. They’re the ones I get each time I go to the Parks!

Popcorn FlavourPark
Soy Sauce & ButterBoth
Milk ChocolateBoth
HoneyTokyo Disneyland
Black PepperBoth
Garlic ShrimpTokyo DisneySea
Strawberry MilkTokyo Disneyland (The Big Pop Only)
Cookies & CreamTokyo Disneyland (The Big Pop Only)
Caramel & CheeseTokyo Disneyland (The Big Pop Only)
Matcha White ChocolateBoth
Updated: February 5, 2023

Popcorn flavours at The Big Pop are ¥500 for a box, and all other flavours at other locations are ¥400.

Popcorn Buckets at Tokyo Disneyland & DisneySea

You’ll find some popcorn buckets at both Parks, while others are only found in one Park. Here’s a current list of popcorn buckets found at both Tokyo Disneyland & Tokyo DisneySea.

Remember that these buckets can change without notice, and it’s rarely known how long a bucket is available or when it’ll come back in stock (if sold out).

The Beauty and the Beast Popcorn bucket at Tokyo Disneyland

The Tokyo Disney Resort website keeps an updated list of available popcorn buckets for Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea.

Popcorn BucketPricePark
Rapunzel (Lights-Up)¥2,800Both
Beauty and the Beast¥3,200Tokyo Disneyland
Alice in Wonderland¥2,600Tokyo Disneyland
Monster’s Inc.¥3,200Both
it’s a small world¥2,400Tokyo Disneyland
Toy Story¥3,200Both
Minnie Mouse¥3,200Both
Duffy Aunty Pet’s Village Store (Lights-Up)¥3,400Tokyo DisneySea
Regular Box Popcorn Case (Holds Two Boxes)¥2,000Both
Regular Box Popcorn Case (Holds One Box)¥1,600Both
Updated: February 5, 2023

The popcorn buckets at The Big Pop at Tokyo Disneyland are more expensive due to the popcorn flavours (Strawberry Milk, Cookies and Cream, and Caramel Cheese).

Toy Story Popcorn Bucket you’ll find at the Resort!

The popcorn cases are noteworthy if you want to snack on your popcorn all day but not worry about spilling popcorn everywhere!

It’s worth noting that if a popcorn bucket isn’t listed, it’s no longer available or sold out. The new “Believe! Sea of Dreams” popcorn bucket isn’t listed, so I’m not sure when it’ll come back.

Tips & Recommendations

Monster’s Inc. Popcorn Bucket at Tokyo Disney Resort!
  • Check the official Tokyo Disneyland & Tokyo DisneySea websites for the most up-to-date list.
  • You don’t have to get the flavour where the popcorn bucket is sold (ask for a voucher, and you can fill it with another flavour)
  • Popcorn flavour locations are on the digital maps within the Tokyo Disney Resort app.
  • Popcorn bucket refills are ¥600 (¥800 at The Big Pop).
  • You cannot refill popcorn buckets bought at other Disney Parks.
  • To find sold-out or no longer-available popcorn buckets, check out Nakano Broadway.

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  1. SweetCaroline74

    I tried one flavor every day of our trip and they were all winners: strawberry, honey, curry, and BBQ (twice…) 😀 LOVE TDR popcorn!

  2. Corene

    That Chip & Dale bucket is to die for! I hope it’s still there when I arrive at the end of March. Not going to hold my breath, but fingers crossed!

  3. Nrthwnd

    Well darnit Chris, HOW MANY of those popcorn buckets do you have, yourself… hmmm? Personally, I am soooo very glad they added Snack Cases to their ongoing collection of… stuff, lol. Much easier to collect and show them around the house. Great look at everything Popcorn at Tokyo Disney. Thanks for all the info!

  4. Nrthwnd

    P.S. Hee hee, I meant to add to the above post… I have nearly 20 of the Snack Cases on display around me here. Popcorn Buckets of that number could be a problem, (o;

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