With each seasonal event at Tokyo Disney Resort comes merchandise, entertainment, decorations, and most important of all, food. There’s a lot to choose from and you don’t want to waste time deciding what to eat. I have done all the hard work for you, which means I ate a lot of snacks this Christmas season at both Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea.
Strawberry and Chocolate Mousse
A light and fluffy dessert that comes with an optional souvenir cup. It’s not too sweet (which is my preference) and the cute Hidden Mickey is a nice touch.
- ¥390 ($3USD) without the cup
- ¥750 ($7USD) with the cup
- Various locations in the park
Strawberry and Panna Cotta Sundae
Sounds a bit silly to have an ice cream sundae in the winter, right? Not when it tastes this good. While it’s not the most Instagram-worthy snack, the flavour is worth it. There’s also an optional SnoSnow spoon if you’d like.
- ¥500 ($4USD)
- Ice Cream Cone (World Bazaar)
Cream Chicken Spring Roll
A delicious red-coloured spring roll filled with warm cream chicken inside an adorable wrapper. What’s not to love? This is a simple and easy snack on the go. Just a reminder that the Pizza Spring Roll isn’t available for Christmas.
- ¥350 ($3USD)
- Mickey’s Trailer (Toontown in front of Mickey’s House)
Strawberry and Cranberry Crepe
While it’s a bit messy (especially if you have a beard like myself) it’s light, fluffy, delicious, and one of the most aesthetically pleasing snacks this season. Not to mention the gorgeous packaging.
- ¥520 ($4USD)
- Cafe Orleans (Adventureland)
Christmas Tree Pizza (Teriyaki Chicken)
You can never go wrong with pizza and when it looks like a Christmas Tree, that’s even better. The teriyaki chicken is delicious and the slice is big enough for a small meal or someone who doesn’t need to eat much. The packaging is the clear winner here with its beautiful design. It’s made to look like a Christmas gift!
- ¥520 ($4USD)
- Captain Hooks Galley (Fantasyland)
Much like Tokyo Disneyland, the snacks aren’t overly cute like Halloween (there’s one exception). But you’re able to get alcohol at Tokyo DisneySea and there are a couple of delicious options this year. Watch my video above or on YouTube to see close-ups of all the snacks and packaging.
Grilled Chicken with Apple and Creamy Cheese Sauce Sandwich
While this isn’t a snack, I had to include it anyway. It’s just that good. The grilled chicken is dark meat, which means it’s tender and juicy and full of flavour. I wasn’t sure about the apples with the creamy cheese sauce, but I was pleasantly surprised. To top it all off, the shell-shaped bun and gorgeous packaging make this a winner.
- ¥990 ($9USD) for the set w/ fries and drink
- Sebastian’s Calypso Kitchen (Mermaid Lagoon)
Hot Coffee Cocktail (Caramel)
Who doesn’t love a warm alcoholic beverage with coffee and caramel? While it’s a little on the sweet side, it’s a great way to warm up and treat yourself. The marshmallows on the top add to the sweetness.
- ¥680 ($6USD)
- Yucatan Base Camp Grill (Lost River Delta)
Baked Potato with Roast Chicken and Cheese Sauce
The combination is simple, but that’s what I love about it. The roasted chicken is tender, full of flavour, and you never go wrong with cheese and potato. Not sure why it’s called a baked potato, because these are definitely potato wedges.
- ¥500 ($4USD)
- Hudson River Harvest (American Waterfront)
Cheese Mousse and Milk Jelly
If you haven’t guessed by now, I am a huge fan of anything with cheese in or on it. This cheese mousse is light on the cheese flavour, but that’s what I love about it. It’s subtle enough to make it a perfect pairing with the light taste of the milk jelly. There’s also an optional SnoSnow souvenir cup.
- ¥750 ($7USD) with cup
- ¥390 ($3USD) without cup
- Various locations
Wine Cocktail (Mixed Berry)
There’s no better way to close out a day at Tokyo DisneySea then with a nice cocktail. This white wine mixed berry cocktail is the perfect way to do just that.
- ¥680 ($6USD)
- Cafe Portofino (Mediterranean Harbor)
- Always grab a Today Guide (it’s in Japanese) when you go into the park as it has pictures of all the seasonal snacks
- You can save money by not getting the souvenir plate with some snacks
- It’s easy to fill up on snacks and save yourself money on full meals
What have you tried this Christmas at Tokyo Disney Resort? Let me know in the comments!
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