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Lost River Delta is a "port of call" (themed land) at Tokyo DisneySea at the Tokyo Disney Resort in Japan. Located at the back of the park, the dominant structure of Lost River Delta is a huge, ruined Central American Aztec pyramid which houses the attraction Indiana Jones Adventure: Temple of the Crystal Skull. Also located in the Lost River Delta is the DisneySea Transit Steamer Line which transports guests back to Mediterranean Harbor, "Mystic Rhythms" is a live theatrical show that takes place at the Hangar Stage, an abandoned hangar that has been reclaimed by the jungle, and Raging Spirits, a steel roller coaster situated in the ruins of an ancient ceremonial site.

Attractions and Entertainment


  • Yucatán Base Camp Grill
  • Lost River Cookhouse
  • Miguel's El Dorado Cantina
  • Expedition Eats
  • Tropic Al's


  • Lost River Outfitters
  • Expedition Photo Archives
  • Peddler's Outpost
  • Lookout Traders

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Mediterranean Harbor

Fortress Explorations | DisneySea Transit Steamer Line | Venetian Gondolas

Mysterious Island

Journey to the Center of the Earth | 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea

Mermaid Lagoon

Ariel's Greeting Grotto | Blowfish Balloon Race | Flounder's Flying Fish Coaster | Jumpin' Jellyfish | King Triton's Concert | Scuttle's Scooters | The Whirlpool

Arabian Coast

Caravan Carousel | Jasmine's Flying Carpets | Sinbad's Storybook Voyage | The Magic Lamp Theater

Lost River Delta

Indiana Jones Adventure: Temple of the Crystal Skull | Raging Spirits | Saludos Amigos Greeting Dock | Mickey & Friends' Greeting Trails

Port Discovery

Aquatopia | DisneySea Electric Railway

American Waterfront

Toy Story Mania | Tower of Terror | DisneySea Electric Railway | Turtle Talk | SS Columbia | Big City Vehicles | DisneySea Electric Railway | DisneySea Transit Steamer Line

Current Entertainment

Fantasmic! | The Legend of Mythica

Former Attractions and Entertainment



Nemo & Friends SeaRider (open in Spring 2017) | Scandinavia (open in 2018) | Soarin' (open in 2019)


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