Tokyo Disneyland Food: Don’t Miss These 9 Tasty Treats

By Kelliane Thach
Updated: December 11, 2023

People from around the world come to visit Tokyo Disney Resort to experience the childhood nostalgia and magic of Disneyland Japan. In addition to the thrill of exciting rides and seeing your favorite characters in person, the food at Tokyo Disneyland is a major draw for influencers and Disney lovers alike.

With so many shows and attractions happening throughout the day, it may be hard to find time to try all the food that Tokyo Disneyland has to offer. Considering the large range of Japanese, American, and global cuisines, it's also not easy to pick what to eat at Tokyo Disneyland (even a foodie can’t possibly try them all in a single day).

To help you out, we'll introduce our top nine must-try Tokyo Disneyland foods for your visit to the happiest place on earth!

Planning a visit to Tokyo DisneySea? We've got you covered. Check out our article on Tokyo DisneySea food.

A view of the Cinderella's Castle at Disneyland is shot during the time the sun is setting. The colors of the castle are warm and the sky is filled with pink and blue clouds.

Tokyo Disneyland Foods

 Here’s our list of the must-try foods at Tokyo Disneyland:

  1. Mike Wazowski Melon Pan 
  2. Hungry Bear Curry
  3. Mickey Burger & Mickey Chicken Nuggets
  4. Teriyaki Bun in the Shape of Mickey’s Glove
  5. Mickey Castella
  6. Seafood Pizza
  7. D's Delights Ruby Chocolate and Raspberry Milk (Valentine’s Day)
  8. Captain Hook Bubble Tea (Christmas)
  9. Captain Hook Sundae (Christmas)

Tokyo Disneyland Foods Offered All Year

1. Mike Wazowski Melon Pan

The pictured displayed shows Mike Wazowski Melon Pan up close. The main exterior is green and his smile is a light brown color. On the top is a round, white fluffy circular piece of bread and a chocolate cookie top to form the eye.

Melon pan (melon bread) is a popular snack in Japan, and you can find it anywhere. Disneyland’s Sweetheart Cafe offers melon pan in the form of the lovable monster Mike Wazowski from Monsters Inc. The melon pan does not have cream inside, but the bread has a melon flavor and is topped with chocolate. This combination is unusual, but it'll make you want to go back for seconds. 

2. Hungry Bear Curry

A large plate filled is filled with curry on the right and rice and eggs on the left. In the middle is sliced up rounds of potato and a meat patty.

Japanese curry is served all over Disneyland, but our top pick for this Japanese comfort food is Hungry Bear Restaurant. Our recommendation is the tonkatsu curry. The crunchy texture of the cutlet pairs well with the savory curry. They also have other flavors, such as chicken and roasted vegetables. During certain periods of the year, they will have limited edition curry such as hamburg curry with egg (displayed in the photo above). 

3. Mickey Burger & Mickey Chicken Nuggets

On the left is five crunchy chicken nuggets set on a tray. Next to it is a Mickey Mouse shaped burger held in a paper container. The burger has egg and salad sticking out on the side.

Who doesn’t love a good burger? Well, at Disneyland you can get a delicious burger in the shape of Mickey! After coming out of Space Mountain, head over to Tomorrowland Terrace and grab a bite. If you come early, this is the perfect breakfast, with its fluffy bun and fried egg in the middle. Get it with a side of chicken nuggets for lunch.

4. Teriyaki Bun in the Shape of Mickey's Glove

To show that this bun is gloved shaped, there are three lines in the middle: one straight while the other two slanting in opposite directions. The glove is covered by packaging that has a clear front to display the bun and red backing.

If you haven’t noticed, Disney has so many different buns that it's difficult to try them all. These Mickey-shaped buns come in various flavors, such as chicken, teriyaki, and pork. Our favorite, however, is the teriyaki bun located at Tomorrowland. It isn’t your typical extravagant meal, but it makes for a great portable snack as you move on to the next attraction. 

5. Mickey Castella

A brown, Mickey Mouse shape castella is placed on top of red parchment packaging. Mickey Mouse's face is engraved into the castella. On the red packaging towards the top, it says "where dreams come true".

Castella is a popular Japanese dessert that originated in Portugal and was introduced to Japan in the 16th century. Disney took this confectionery and transformed it into a cute Mickey Mouse shape for an Instagram-worthy dessert that Disneyland lovers will love. You can find this sweet treat in different flavors, such as chocolate. Head over to Cleo's in Fantasyland and grab one for yourself!

6. Seafood Pizza

On the left of the picure is Mickey's Sparkling Boba. On the right is the seafood pizza, topped with cheese, scallop, and shrimp. It is placed on a white, triangle shaped paper platter.

Disneyland offers different foods for those with dietary restrictions, which is perfect for pescatarians and seafood lovers. This pizza is topped with scallops, shrimp, and a good amount of cheese. Eat it while it's hot to get that Instagrammable cheese pull. Get this pizza at Captain Hook’s Gallery and enjoy your meal with your favorite Disney drink with front-row seats to the daytime parades!

Seasonal Tokyo Disneyland Foods

7. D's Delights Ruby Chocolate and Raspberry Milk (Valentine's Day)

In this picture there are two drink. On the left is Raspberry Milk with with foam on top. Red sprinkles and pink chocolate chips are scattered on top of the foam. The right shows another drink, brown colored with a stir stick inside.

During the winter season, you can grab yourself a nice warm raspberry milk drink (pictured on the left) at Squeezer’s Tropical Fruit Bar. This drink tastes exactly how it sounds it is sweet but with a raspberry flavor that adds a bit of tang. This drink is decorated with red sprinkles and pink chocolate chips, adding to the festive vibe of the season. 

8. Captain Hook Sparkling Boba (Christmas)

Inside a Mickey Mouse Christmas themed cup is red sparkling drink with boba balls setteled on the bottom. One the cup is Mickey and Minnie Mouse in Santa Claus outfits. There are gift boxes and snowflakes surrounding them.

Going to Tokyo Disneyland during the holidays is always a delight. Expect tons of specialty items and food. If a sudden boba craving hits during your Disneyland trip, no worries, Disneyland’s got your back. Stop by Captain Hook’s Gallery and grab yourself a serving of this sparkling drink. 

9. Captain Hook Sundae (Christmas)

A cup filled with cereal, soft serve, and raspberry cream is displayed. The soft serve is twirled all the way to the top and a biscuit with Captain Hook's face is placed on it. In the background is Captain Hook's Gallery.

Normally, soft-serve ice cream is served plain or with some sauce. This soft serve comes with a layer of crunchy cornflakes at the bottom and a generous amount of raspberry coulis, giving this sweet treat a nice variety of flavors and textures: creamy, crunchy, and fruity! Find this yummy dessert at Captain Hook's Gallery.

When it comes to Tokyo Disneyland food, there are abundant cute and Insta-worthy snacks and dishes to choose from. Of all the Disney-themed food I tried, my favorite is the sparkling boba and seafood pizza. After grabbing my meal and taking a seat, shows started playing and passing by, so it was a fantastic experience.

Tokyo Disneyland tickets are cheaper than most parks, costing around about $77 USD for a day trip.

For more kawaii and Instagram-worthy treats, check out our articles on Harajuku crepes and the viral Japanese raindrop cake!

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Kelliane Thach
Californian food enthusiast taking over Japan one cafe at a time. Aesthetics is key when it comes to taking photos and will never fail to mesmerize eyes. She is always on the search for a new adventure to share with everyone.
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