Deck the halls with boughs of holly, almost! We’re just under two months from the start of Disney Christmas here at Tokyo Disneyland, and that means it’s time to take a look at some of the delicious treats that have been revealed for the holiday season this year! So, let’s break down some of the food coming to Tokyo Disneyland for Disney Christmas 2019!
Sweetheart Cafe Special Set – ¥1070 ($10.08)
I’m usually a big fan of Sweetheart Cafe’s sandwiches. On my first trip three years ago, they had an excellent raspberry potato salad sandwich that I would kill to have return! But this year, it looks like we’ll be getting a Chicken & Egg sandwich in a happier version of this season’s Jack Skellington bun. Hopefully it tastes significantly better than this season’s sandwich too.
Refreshment Corner Special Set – ¥990 ($9.15)
I’m a sucker for loaded hot dogs. However, you sadly don’t see much of those in Japan. So, this meat sauce and cheese hot dog looks fairly promising to me! This set also comes with french fries and a choice of soft drink.
Grandma Sara’s Kitchen Special Set – ¥1580 ($14.61)
I’ll make no secret of the fact that I do not care for Grandma Sara’s Kitchen at all. The decor and theming is excellent, but the food is just so terrible that it doesn’t make up for it. However, considering that this set lacks a primarily meat-based dish and rice, which are their weakest points, I have hope for this set. In this set, you’ll get a seafood cream bread with a boned sausage, cranberry cake, and a choice of soft drink. Seems like a small portion for such a steep price, but if the food isn’t awful this time, I’ll consider it a win!
Cranberry & Strawberry Crepe – ¥520 ($4.81)
In the snack department, there’s a new cranberry/strawberry combination crepe coming to Cafe Orleans for the holiday season! I already love the look of this, complete with a little Minnie bow on top! I’ll absolutely look forward to trying this deliciousness!
Chocolate Donut – ¥380 ($3.51)
This donut looks pretty delicious! I will say, ¥380 is a bit steep considering there’s a Krispy Kreme at Ikspiari. But, I’ll give this the benefit of the doubt. This will be available at Cleo’s and the Tomorrowland-side Plaza Food Booth.
Chocolate Churro – ¥400 ($3.70)
Unlike in the States, our seasonal variations on churros are few and far between, usually one per season. For Halloween, we’ve got a delicious Maple Pumpkin Churro. It looks like the chocolate churro will be making its annual return at both parks this year!
Sparkling Mixed Berry Tapioca Drink – ¥450 ($4.16)
Japan is going through a bit of a tapioca craze right now. So it’s only natural that a tapioca drink would be on the scene for the holidays! I’m a huge berry and fruit person when it comes to sweet flavors, so I look forward to giving this a shot!
Hot Apple & Cinnamon Drink – ¥400 ($3.70)
Okay, you have no idea how unreasonably excited I am for this drink. Primarily because I’m a sucker for apple and cinnamon, but also because these cups look so cute! Oh my gosh, I need it now! This delicious (non-alcoholic) concoction will be available at Boiler Room Bites and Troubadour Tavern through the holiday season to keep you nice and warm!
Strawberry Dessert with Souvenir Cup – ¥800 ($7.39)
This looks like a strawberry shortcake to me, honestly. And I’m absolutely okay with that! Plus the older character design they’re using on merchandise this year brings me a lot of joy and holiday spirit!
Cranberry & Tea Cake with Souvenir Plate – ¥800 ($7.39)
Also loving the plate on this dessert! Plus cranberry tea cake definitely sounds like Christmas to me, and I can’t wait to try it and and up with like six plates if it turns out delicious!
Souvenir Lunch Case – +¥1100 on Special Sets
Ugh, how cute is the design language for this year’s Christmas merchandise? I love the retro designs so much, and this lunch case is no exception! You can add this to your special set at Sweetheart Cafe or Refresment Corner while supplies last!
All of the Disney Christmas food goes on sale at Tokyo Disneyland on November 1st, and will be available through December 25th. We’ll also have a review of every counter-service and snack item right here on WDWNT, so stay tuned in early November for those!
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