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Port Discovery is a "port of call" (themed land) at Tokyo DisneySea in Japan. It is hailed as "the marina of the future". It is sometimes called the "Tomorrowland" of Tokyo DisneySea and is somewhat of a cross between the never-built Discovery Bay concept for Disneyland and Discoveryland in Disneyland Park (Paris). Home to the fictional 'Center for Weather Control', Port Discovery is home to three attractions: StormRider, a large-scale simulator ride; Aquatopia, a boat ride that uses LPS tracking (the 'trackless' technology also used in Tokyo Disneyland's Pooh's Hunny Hunt) to move and spin through a lagoon amid waterfalls and whirlpools, and the DisneySea Electric Railway, an overhead electric 'trolley' that transports riders to and from the American Waterfront.

Attractions

Restaurants

Shopping

  • Discovery Gifts
  • Skywatcher Souvenirs


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500px-Tokyo DisneySea Logo
Mediterranean Harbor
Fortress Explorations • DisneySea Transit Steamer LineVenetian Gondolas
Mysterious Island
Journey to the Center of the Earth20,000 Leagues Under the Sea
Mermaid Lagoon
Ariel's Greeting GrottoBlowfish Balloon RaceFlounder's Flying Fish CoasterJumpin' JellyfishKing Triton's ConcertScuttle's Scooters • The Whirlpool
Arabian Coast
Caravan Carousel • Jasmine's Flying CarpetsSinbad's Storybook VoyageThe Magic Lamp Theater
Lost River Delta
Indiana Jones Adventure: Temple of the Crystal SkullRaging Spirits • Saludos Amigos Greeting Dock • Mickey & Friends' Greeting Trails
Port Discovery
AquatopiaDisneySea Electric Railway
American Waterfront
Toy Story ManiaTower of TerrorDisneySea Electric RailwayTurtle TalkSS Columbia • Big City Vehicles • DisneySea Electric RailwayDisneySea Transit Steamer Line
Current Entertainment
Fantasmic!Big Band BeatMy Friend DuffyOut of ShadowlandHappiness On High
Former Attractions
Sindbad's Seven Voyages • StormRider
Upcoming
Nemo & Friends SeaRider (open in Spring 2017) • Soarin' (open in 2019) • Scandinavia
Resorts
Tokyo DisneySea Hotel MiraCosta