Tokyo Disney Resort Food Update January 2018


The beginning of Frozen Fantasy, Duffy Heartwarming Days, and Pixar Playtime aren’t the only things new this month at Tokyo Disney Resort.

Photos and information from the official Tokyo Disney Resort website.

Pixar Playtime Menu Update

Cafe Portofino Monsters Inc Menu

Available until March 19, 2018, at Cafe Portofino.

Vulcania Monsters Inc Menu

Available until March 19, 2018, at Vulcania.

“Remember Me” (Coco) Souvenir Luncheon Mat: ¥500

Add this “Remember Me” Souvenir Mat for only ¥500 when you buy Miguel’s Recommended Set. Available at Miguel’s El Dorado Cantina until June 6, 2018.

More Menu Updates

Several restaurants around the resort have recently added new items to its menus.

Mickey Seasonal Waffle with Red Beans and Green Tea Ice Cream: ¥700

Available now at the Great American Waffle Co
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Salmon Trout and Potato Salad Crepe: ¥520

Available now until April 9, 2018, at Cafe Orleans
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Cajun Shrimp Crepe will not be available during this time.

New Roast Vegetable Curry: ¥860 (Regular) ¥1,010 (Large)

Available now at the Hungry Bear Restaurant
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Seasonal Mousse: ¥410

Available now at the Plaza Pavilion Restaurant
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New Mickey Cake with Milk Cream Filling: ¥350

Available now at Cleo’s and Hudson River Harvest
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Black Pepper Chicken with Baked Potato and Cheese Sauce: ¥500

Available now until April 30, 2018, at Hudson River Harvest
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Magellan’s Sweets Selection: ¥1,850

Available now until March 19, 2018, at Magellan’s Lounge
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Set includes:

  • Baked Cheesecake with Berries
  • Round Glass Dessert with Pistachio Cream and Cherry Sauce
  • Vanilla Ice Cream
  • Tea or Coffee

Souvenirs

Princess Sofia Mini Lunch Case: ¥600

Add ¥600 to pick up this Princess Sofia Mini Lunch Case. Available now at Cafe Orleans and Cleo’s.

StellaLou Popcorn Bucket with Popcorn: ¥2,300

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Available now at the following Tokyo DisneySea locations.

  • Popcorn Wagon (Lilo Isle)
  • Popcorn Wagon (Liberty Landing Diner)

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  1. Despina Notaras

    Hi there, planning my families first trip to Tokyo Disney from Australia and this blog has been a life saver! Thank you!! I wanted to ask, do they sell lanyards and collector pins in the park? Haven’t seen much discussion on this and my girls get a new lanyard every time we go to a Disneyland park.

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