The customizable Mickey-shaped “Moments-Go-Round” display items announced a few weeks ago are now available at Tokyo Disney Resort. This collection celebrates the 40th anniversary of Tokyo Disney Resort by letting guests put together their own commemorative display piece inspired by their favorite attractions and characters.
The “Moments-Go-Round” collection is available at Planet M in Tokyo Disneyland and Bella Minni Collections in Tokyo DisneySea.
This collectible is constructed using up to seven elements, which are all available for purchase separately.
The elements are the base, crystal “moment,” ear, letters, charm, chain, and cradle.
You can buy as many pieces as you like to mix and match later.
Base – ¥2,300 ($16)
There are two different Mickey-shaped bases: luminous gold and dreaming antique. Both have “40” on the front of one ear and Tinker Bell with the Tokyo Disney Resort logo on the back of one.
On the luminous gold base, the “40” is set against a sparkly white background. The gold one also features Cinderella Castle on the back of an ear and Roman numerals around the circular center.
The “40” is against a sparkly blue background on the dreaming antique base. It features Mount Prometheus instead of the castle and zodiac symbols around the circle. Both have a rounded castle cutout on the “40” side.
The bases include a key with a Mickey head on the handle for attaching other parts.
Ear Parts – ¥600 ($4)
Each ear part features the silhouette of a different character against a colorful stained glass-esque background.
The characters and colors are:
- Mickey + orange
- Minnie + pink
- Donald + yellow
- Daisy + teal
- Goofy + green
- Chip ‘n’ Dale + purple
- Pluto + red
- Tinker Bell + gold
- Duffy + indigo
Charms – ¥900 ($6.50)
These charms are attached to a loop on one of the base’s ears. They feature the same characters and colors as the ear parts.
The characters are in golden relief within triangles with decorative corners.
Letter Parts – ¥200 ($1.50)
The letters can be slid onto a bar on the base, to spell out your name or another short word of your choosing. In addition to the standard English letters, there is an ampersand, Mickey head, and Cinderella Castle part.
Chain – ¥550 ($4)
There is a luminous gold chain and a dreaming antique chain, both for hanging your completed piece like an ornament.
Crown Cradle – ¥2,300 ($16)
Hanging Cradle – ¥3,700 ($26)
You can also choose a cradle. One is a golden crown with “Tokyo Disney Resort” along the base.
The larger cradle has an antique finish. A curved arm features various Tokyo Disney Resort icons like Cinderella Castle, Mount Prometheus, and Space Mountain. A star is at the end of the arm, above a hook for hanging the Mickey piece. The base has a Tokyo Disney Resort plaque.
Moment Parts – ¥1,900 ($13.50)
The widest variety of selections can be found with the “moment” parts, each representing a different attraction or show (many defunct) with a unique outer circle featuring the attraction’s name and opening date, along with a small figure inside the center crystal.
The “moments” are:
- Cinderella Castle
- DisneySea AquaSphere
- Tokyo Disneyland Electrical Parade
- Disney’s Fantillusion!
- The Legend of Mythica
- Big Band Beat
- One Man’s Dream II – The Magic Lives On
- Haunted Mansion
- Space Mountain
- The Mickey Mouse Revue
- Grand Circuit Raceway
- Tower of Terror
- My Friend Duffy
They come in transparent packaging, so you can see the parts before purchasing and putting them together.
We made a few different versions of our Moments-Go-Round collectible and went around the park to visit their respective locations.
This is the StormRider “moment” part. The opening day Tokyo DisneySea ride attraction closed in 2016 to make way for Nemo & Friends SeaRider.
The My Friend Duffy moment is exclusive to Tokyo DisneySea. It features an amber crystal.
You can install the moment in a few different ways. You can also spin the crystal and disc.
The My Friend Duffy moment features a sailor’s anchor and Duffy’s pawprint.
The Tower of Terror moment also has a yellow-amber crystal.
We also attached the Duffy ear part to our piece.
Tower of Terror opened on September 4, 2006 at Tokyo DisneySea.
The other side of the Tower of Terror disc is purple and gold.
Next, we made a Big Band Beat “Moments-Go-Round.”
This transparent crystal has a red and black disc.
The tiny images inside the crystals are difficult to catch on camera, but you can see them in our original post about “Moments-Go-Round.”
The Legend of Mythica was a daytime show that ran from 2006 to 2014 at Tokyo DisneySea.
It has a golden disc and amber crystal.
The “Fantasmic!” moment has a blue, sparkling disc with a purple crystal.
Mickey is inside with his sorcerer hat.
The AquaSphere piece features a light blue and golden disc around a turquoise crystal.
Here is how the piece looks dangling from the hanging cradle.
What would your “Moments-Go-Round” collectible look like? Let us know in the comments.