Minnie Mouse takes center stage in Minnie’s Funderland Parade, an all-new parade honoring Minnie Mouse.
Performed once a day from January 10 through March 19, Minnie’s Funderland Parade is part of Tokyo Disneyland’s Disney Pal-Palooza event, celebrating different Disney pals. Minnie is first up in the event, and her Minnie’s Funderland features a transformation of the park into a fantasy land of all of the things Minnie loves most.
The new parade includes Minnie, and all of her friends covered in polka dots and hearts, wearing floats that are just as polka-dotted as Minnie herself.
Minnie’s Funderland Parade Photos
The parade begins with a pink polka dot float featuring Pluto and a number of dancers.
For the Minnie’s Funderland celebration, Pluto is wearing a hot pink polka dot bow and a headband with two bouncing hearts.
Next up is a purple polka dot float with a pink polka dot bow carrying performers wearing outfits inspired by Minnie Mouse’s best looks.
Between each float are dancers wearing various cartoony outfits, all with Minnie’s signature polka dots. The purple float is followed by a teal polka dot float with even more performers.
Chip and Dale make their appearance on a glittering pink polka dot float. The duo is wearing matching coats and berets in pink, yellow, and orange.
The star of the show, Minnie Mouse, stands atop a teal float with an arched bridge covered in pink polka dot bows. It’s a perfect match to the colors in her dress and bow.
More performers do their thing, engaging with the crowd to sing a song that spells out Minnie’s name.
Mickey Mouse (and a second appearance by Pluto) follows Minnie’s float in a pink float with pink bows and sequin rainbows. His suit is made of pink and blue polka dots, just like Minnie’s ensemble.
Goofy, wearing a pink suit with a lime green shirt and tie and a green fedora with pink hearts on the top, makes his way on the next float, joined by performers.
Clarice and Daisy share this teal and pink float, both wearing pink polka dot dresses, Daisy’s with pops of purple and Clarice’s with pops of yellow.
The parade wouldn’t be complete without Donald, who wears a pink coat with a purple shirt and tie and a matching purple top hat.
When Minnie’s Funderland comes to a close on March 19, it will be replaced with Donald’s Quacky Duck City — a celebration of Donald Duck.
Minnie’s Funderland Parade Video
Watch the full Minnie’s Funderland Parade in our video below.
Minnie’s Funderland Parade Route
Above, you can see the full parade route, which circles the castle forecourt. The pink line is the route, and the yellow spots are where the floats stop. The parade lasts roughly 35 minutes.
There are two additional viewing areas besides the areas freely available to guests. The first, the blue area in the above image, is for guests who purchase Disney Premier Access. The second, the pink area, is for guests with Tokyo Disney Resort Vacation Packages. Guests must make reservations in advance to utilize these exclusive areas.
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