PHOTOS: New Souvenir Items Coming April 8th to Restaurant Hokusai & Blue Bayou at Tokyo Disneyland

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Who doesn’t love a little souvenir for a special occasion? Whether you’re dining along the tranquil coasts of the Blue Bayou Restaurant, or the stately Victorian interiors of World Bazaar, you deserve a memento of your memorable meal at Tokyo Disneyland. Fortunately, these two restaurants are here to help! Starting April 8th (big day for food at Tokyo Disneyland, by the way), two special souvenir items will be available. Let’s check them out!

Placemat – +¥600 ($5.57)

This special placemat, available at Restaurant Hokusai in World Bazaar, features the classic blend of Disney and traditional Japanese designs. The placemat features ’80s-style Mickey and Minnie in kimono along with a gorgeous ukiyo-e print reminiscent of the eponymous Katsushika Hokusai’s artwork. And if you peek in the lower left corner, you can spot a Mickey Mouse almost like a traditional hanko stamp!

Flatware Set – +¥1500 ($13.92)

Contained within a beautiful navy blue case, the decorative spoon and salad fork set almost look gold-plated! The top of these features a matching navy design with a golden tree in the center. These are perfect for anyone in your life that collects spoons or other commemorative flatware!

It’s always nice to see special items you can only get at one restaurant. Even at Tokyo Disneyland, souvenir dining items like this can be few and far between, unfortunately. Would you be interested in picking these up? Let us know down below or via Twitter!

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