The new Hotel Hightower merchandise collection teased on the Tokyo Disney Resort website earlier this month is now available in Tower of Terror Memorabilia in Tokyo DisneySea. Some old Tower of Terror merchandise has also been restocked.
Tower of Terror Memorabilia
In the backstory of Tower of Terror at Tokyo DisneySea, the New York City Preservation Society restored Hotel Hightower and converted its pool and spa area into a gift shop.
Inside, the walls feature murals of water activities, including one of Harrison Hightower III diving from a waterfall.
Hotel Hightower Merchandise
The new merchandise collection is made up of branded Hotel Hightower dishware, slippers, towels, and other things you might use during a hotel stay, apparently recreated by the New York Preservation Society.
Mini Towel – ¥780
This mini towel is a 25-centimeter by 25-centimeter square. It’s light blue with a red stripe and patch of the Hotel Hightower emblem. The logo is also patterned in dark blue across the towel.
Face Towel – ¥1,600
The face towel has the same design as the mini towel but it’s 80 centimeters by 34 centimeters. On both towers, hidden images of Shiriki — the cursed idol antagonist of the Tower of Terror at Tokyo DisneySea — glow in the dark.
Pass Case – ¥2,800
The pleather pass case is blue with “Hotel Hightower” printed in shiny gold lettering above a plaque of the hotel logo. “New York City Preservation Society” is on a red stripe. It includes a wrist strap.
Shiriki is printed on the back of the case, which is 8 centimeters tall and 11 centimeters wide.
Mug – ¥1,600
The dishware is all white with blue stripes and the Hotel Hightower logo.
The mug is 8 centimeters in diameter and 12 centimeters tall.
Shiriki is printed on the opposite side of the large hotel emblem.
Bowl – ¥1,800
The bowl is 13 centimeters in diameter and 6 centimeters tall.
The inside of the bowl is plain white.
Plate – ¥1,800
The plate has a 19-centimeter diameter.
Shiriki is on the bottom.
Hotel Hightower Sign Plate – ¥2,300
This small Hotel Hightower sign hangs from a chain and features a glow-in-the-dark design that changes the name from “Hotel Hightower” to “Tower of Terror.”
It’s approximately 9 centimeters tall and 28 centimeters wide.
Slippers – ¥2,600
These slippers have brown exteriors and red interiors.
The Hotel Hightower logo is embroidered in gold on the straps.
The logo is patterned across the inside.
The shoes are 22.5 to 24.5 centimeters long.
Toothbrush Set – ¥1,800
This set includes a toothbrush, pouch, and collapsible cup.
The toothbrush is red with “Hotel Hightower” on the handle. It includes a cover for the bristles. The cup is blue and features the hotel’s small “HH” logo on the bottom.
The pouch has a transparent front with a large Hotel Hightower logo printed in blue and gold. The back is blue with an all-over pattern of the “HH” logo.
The case is 12 centimeters tall and 20 centimeters wide. The toothbrush is 17 centimeters long and the cup has a 7-centimeter diameter.
Tote Bag – ¥3,600
The tote bag is reversible. One side is black with a small silver image of Shiriki near the top.
The other side is blue and patterned with the hotel logo.
The full hotel name, logo, and “N.Y.C.P.S. Collection” are in silver on one side, above a red stripe reading “New York Preservation Society.”
The other side features the society’s logo and name in gold.
The bag is 34 centimeters by 32 centimeters and 5 centimeters deep.
Shiriki Keychain – ¥1,800
This hard plastic keychain depicts Shiriki. A silicone purple Tower of Terror charm also hangs from the keyring.
His eyes appear to be small lightbulbs, meaning that the keychain also lights up!
Shiriki Plush Keychain – ¥2,400
This keychain is not brand new but has been restocked.
It’s a plush version of Shiriki.
A fabric patch dangles from the plush keychain depicting Mickey falling on the ride.
New York Preservation Society Trash Can – ¥5,000
Lastly, this New York Preservation Society trash can has also been restocked.
The trash can is dark blue, with the society’s yellow and golden logo against a green rectangle reading “Please deposit trash here” and “Help us preserve New York’s pristine beauty”.
Will you be collecting this Hotel Hightower merchandise? Let us know in the comments.