Park Garbage Can Replicas Coming April 28 to Tokyo Disney Resort

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Everyone loves the themed garbage cans found at the Disney Resorts worldwide, and we’ve seen plenty of love for them here in Japan. From a special Baymax overlay in Tomorrowland to mini garbage can-shaped pencil sharpeners, Tokyo Disney Resort knows how much we love our trash! So it’s no surprise that the resort will release two mini garbage cans for use at home based on two iconic designs found at Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea.

World Bazaar Garbage Can – ¥5000 ($40.35)

At Tokyo Disneyland’s The Home Store, guests can pick up this mini-garbage can for their home based on the oxidized copper green-colored garbage cans found around World Bazaar, the park’s version of Main Street, U.S.A. The can will stand 36cm (14in) by 21cm (7in) wide and deep.

Tower of Terror Garbage Can – ¥5000 ($40.35)

Meanwhile, the garbage can at the Villa Donaldo Home Shop in Tokyo DisneySea will be based on the garbage cans found in and around the Tower of Terror. The cans are a deep blue with the logo for the New York City Preservation Society on all four sides, which is the organization in the attraction’s backstory dedicated to preserving the Hotel Hightower, the setting of Tokyo’s Tower of Terror.

Both of these garbage cans go on sale April 28 at their respective parks, so be sure to pop in on your next visit to bring that theme park touch home to your garbage cans! And let us know if you’ll be picking these up in the comments below.

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