Tokyo Disneyland’s nighttime parade has returned in a full version for the first time in about three and a half years!
In this article, I introduce Plazma Ray’s Diner, a restaurant with a view of Tokyo Disneyland’s Electrical Parade!
What is Plazma Ray’s Diner?
Plazma Ray’s Diner is a counter-type restaurant located in Tomorrowland at Tokyo Disneyland.
A counter-type restaurant is one where you must pay first, pick up your food yourself, and bring it to your table.
There are 860 seats, and the turnover is relatively smooth even on crowded days in the park.
Location of Plazma Ray’s Diner
Plazma Ray’s Diner is located in the Tomorrowland area of Tokyo Disneyland.
Attractions near the restaurant are as follows.
- Monsters, Inc. Ride & Go Seek!
- Star Tours: The Adventure Continues
There is also a Baby Center nearby for diaper changes and breastfeeding.
Terrace seating at Plazma Ray’s Diner
From the counter seats on the terrace of Plazma Ray’s Diner, you can see the Electrical Parade.
Even 30 minutes before the parade starts, terrace seating is available.
You can save time by waiting for the parade while having dinner at the restaurant.
The terrace has a roof, so it has the advantage of not being affected by the weather.
The parade route is obviously more visible, but you will need to save your place at least an hour in advance.
This is not the place for those who want to have Cinderella Castle in the background of their photos, but for those who are fine with sitting down and being able to see the parade, this is a good place to go.
Plazma Ray’s Diner Menu
You can check out the menu of Plazma Ray’s Diner at the following URL, although it is only available in Japanese.
Plazma Ray’s Diner offers a wide variety of rice dishes.
The portions are a bit small, but they are popular because of their good taste.
Chicken Pao, which used to be available, is no longer being carried (*as of the date of publication).
Chicken Tenders & Corn Chips are a favorite of my family.
If you like spicy flavors, the Spicy Harissa Sauce goes well with it.
It’s a little lackluster, but even if you order a drink, it will still be within 1,000 yen.
Also, counter-type restaurants are allowed to bring in food from other counter-type restaurants (*as of the date of publication).
For example, you are allowed to bring in a whole tray of hamburgers from the nearby Tomorrowland Terrace.
Special Dietary Menu at Plazma Ray’s Diner
Plazma Ray’s Diner offers a special dietary menu.
The Special Dietary Menu is free of wheat, buckwheat, eggs, milk, and peanuts as ingredients.
There are no age restrictions and anyone can order, but the volume is intended for children 8 years old and under.
Guests with dietary restrictions may bring their own food and beverages to the park’s restaurants, so please consider doing so.
However, the accompanying guest must order from the restaurant menu.
For more information on allergies at Tokyo Disney Resort, please visit the following URL.
How to Make Reservations at Plazma Ray’s Diner
Plazma Ray’s Diner is a restaurant where reservations are not required.
Just go directly to the restaurant at the time of your choice.
Wait Times at Plazma Ray’s Diner
Plazma Ray’s Diner has plenty of seating and relatively short wait times, even when the park is busy.
Even on a very busy day, the wait for checkout is probably around 40 minutes.
If you are going with a large group, it is best to keep a table first and then order at the cash register.
Souvenir Items at Plazma Ray’s Diner
Souvenir items are available at Plazma Ray’s Diner.
You can add a souvenir to a set or a drink for an additional charge.
Currently, available souvenirs can be found at the following URL.
There is also a Souvenir Medal machine near the cash register in the restaurant.
These medals cost 100 yen and are a good way to remember your visit to Tokyo Disneyland.
I introduced Plazma Ray’s Diner at Tokyo Disneyland.
Some of the information is current as of the date of publication, so please check the official website for the latest information before visiting.
If there are any parts that are complicated, please feel free to comment.
Thank you for reading to the end.