Extra water features have been turned on for the “Drenched in Toontown” summer event at Tokyo Disneyland, which began on July 4 and will last through September 6.
Drenched in Toontown
On the ground throughout Toontown, images depicting bursting pipes indicate areas where guests can get wet to beat the brutal summer heat.
Much of the “Drenched in Toontown” signage features Goofy, as we noted when new features were installed.
Outside the Jolly Trolley’s garage, these cleaning machines spray cooling mist on guests.
Because of Tokyo’s hot and humid summers, Tokyo Disney Resort often has summer events, entertainment, and overlays featuring plenty of water.
There are additional water spouts on the Fireworks Factory and Toontown Fire Station, too. Water sprinkles down from the roof of the Fireworks Factory.
At the Fire Station, a hose in the tower sprays guests down below.
Tokyo Disneyland guests can also enjoy “Baymax’s Mission Cooldown” this summer. The short two-float cavalcade rolls down the parade route three times daily. In the summertime splash event, guests in certain areas of the park can expect to be soaked to the bone by water sprayed from the float, as Baymax works to keep everyone cool and happy. Splash Mountain Get Wet MAX has also returned from July 4 to September 6, and guests can get a special on-ride photo featuring Br’er Fox and Br’er Bear.
Over at Tokyo DisneySea, a special harbor greeting featuring Duffy & Friends will circle Mediterranean Harbor twice daily, and a new line of Duffy merchandise will be released. As well, guests can enjoy the return of the wet course on Aquatopia for the first time since 2019.
More Tokyo Disney Resort News
- New recyclable character plates have arrived at Tokyo Disneyland, including removable film and designs based on various legendary Disney characters and the 40th anniversary of Tokyo Disney Resort.
- Tokyo Disney Resort has announced a new 40th anniversary drone show that will be performed at various fireworks festivals throughout Japan in the coming weeks.
- Street dancers and additional character performers have returned to Tokyo Disneyland Electrical Parade: DreamLights after a long absence due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
- As part of The Walt Disney Company’s worldwide celebration for Disney 100 Years of Wonder, residents of Japan are able to catch “Disney Music & Fireworks,” a synchronized music and fireworks show featuring Disney songs, as it travels throughout the country.
- Disney Parks, Experiences and Products Chairman Josh D’Amaro wrote a new Disney Parks Blog post to honor the legacy of Toshio Kagami, who is retiring as CEO of the Oriental Land Company after decades overseeing Tokyo Disney Resort.
- Livestreamer Johnny Somali has been making waves on Japanese social media lately for repeated incidents against Japanese people in public. Before departing the country, he made a final stop at Tokyo Disneyland to engage in more of his antics.
- Quite a number of attractions are scheduled for short refurbishments through May 2024 at both Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea.