PHOTOS: Sparkly New Tokyo Disneyland Electrical Parade: DreamLights Playing Cards Glow Into Tokyo Disneyland
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Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls! Tokyo Disneyland proudly presents our most spectacular pageant of nighttime playing card fantasy! That’s right, at Tokyo Disneyland, there’s now a playing card set themed to everyone’s favorite nighttime parade – Tokyo Disneyland Electrical Parade: DreamLights! Get ready for the most electrosynthemagnetic games of Go Fish or Poker the world has ever known!
The deck retails for ¥1300, or $12.19, and come in these delightful boxes that feature pictures of units throughout the parade, including the Blue Fairy, Casey Jr., and Alice in Wonderland on the front. On the back, we see It’s a Small World, Pete’s Dragon, Cinderella, and the Disney Fairies!
Inside the box, each card contains a different character and unit that appears in the nightly parade, with the Joker card featuring fireworks exploding above Cinderella Castle. The back of each card features the DreamLights logo along a diamond background. The units and characters seem to vary regardless of number or suit, so there’s any number of possibilities for what you could see!
We’re certainly no strangers to Electrical Parade-themed merchandise. For years, stuffed badges of Mickey and friends on Casey Jr. were a staple of the Christmas merchandise lineup, and we just saw a wonderful Casey Jr. candy case last autumn! If you’re interested in checking out our special 21st century version of the beloved Main Street Electrical Parade, you can find a full video on our YouTube channel.
With Tokyo Disneyland Electrical Parade: DreamLights on indefinite hiatus during the recovery from the park’s extended COVID-19 closure, it’s nice to bring a little bit of that magic home. Its absence is certainly felt, since the parade has run almost every night since the summer of 2001. But in the meantime, you can find these gorgeous cards at the House of Stationery in Tokyo Disneyland’s World Bazaar! Better hurry though, who knows how long these will last?
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