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First Look Inside Slinky Dog Park Courtyard of Toy Story Hotel at Tokyo Disney Resort

We’re now less than a month from the grand opening of the Toy Story Hotel at Tokyo Disney Resort on April 5, and the Oriental Land Company is giving a first look inside the new Slinky Dog Park courtyard, which will be part of the hotel’s grand entrance area.

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Located between the parking garage and the hotel’s main entrance facing Bayside Station, Slinky Dog Park features giant statues of “Toy Story” characters as board game pieces.

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In fact, the entire area is laid out as a board game. Tinkertoys act as supports for giant Christmas lights to illuminate the area. Benches, giant cards, and other structures provide seating.

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Some of these statues and fixtures may be familiar to guests who’ve visited Toy Story Land at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Walt Disney Studios Park, or Shanghai Disneyland. Jessie is memorably holding up lights above Slinky Dog Dash, while Buzz Lightyear prominently stands in front of Alien Swirling Saucers at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

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There’s lots of cute photo ops too, like this story book of the namesake Slinky Dog running through his park.

The Toy Story Hotel at Tokyo Disney Resort opens April 5, and we’ll be there to provide full coverage of everything inside and out, so be sure you keep your eyes on WDWNT for the latest details!

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  1. Does Florida has popsicle stick benches also? Have I never noticed them behind the girth of guests?

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