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On September 4th, 2001 Tokyo DisneySea opened to the general public. It was an important moment for theme parks, especially after the very confused and arguably backwards step California Adventure had taken when it opened earlier that year. Tokyo DisneySea not only let everybody know theme parks were doing just fine, but it let them know they still had a lot of unrealized potential.
I truly think Tokyo DisneySea is something special; something transcendent in the way Disneyland was back in 1955 or EPCOT Center was back in 1982. It’s not for any mind-blowing reason, but more a collection of little things Disney had been learning and honing since 2001 that came together so perfectly in DisneySea. So enamored was I that I put together a book about DisneySea trying to communicate its beauty, both in visuals and in concept. This photo looking back at Mount Prometheus from American Waterfront is actually a photo that was almost put into the book but just didn’t make the cut.
Aside from my book, books about or showcasing photos of DisneySea photo are not the easiest to come by, especially ones that aren’t written in Japanese. Here’s some of the more obvious choices if you’re looking to immerse yourself in Tokyo DisneySea:
• If it’s a physical photo book you’re after I heartily endorse Shinichiro Kobayashi’s Tokyo DisneySea. It’s a photo book through and through: there’s really no text to speak of, so it works well for any language. The images are top notch and have a definitive style since they are all from one photographer. Good stuff.
• Tokyo DisneySea Chronicle is full of TDS photos celebrating the 10th anniversary, but it’s more like a magazine with smaller photos and tons of text that won’t mean much to you unless you speak Japanese. I’d hesitate on this unless you know what you’re getting into or can at least read Japanese.
• New Magic by Kishin Shinoyama is a nice photo book but it’s very specific in that it showcases the characters in each photo. For some this may be a plus, but for me it was a bit much for an entire book, so I skipped purchasing this while at DisneySea.
• If you’re more into something digital, Alain Littaye’s TDS Wallpapers app will set up your iOS device nicely and is quite the bargain. Not exactly a book, but full of enough great photos to fill one.
Website: Consumer Machine
Tokyo DisneySea in Photographs eBook: available in both iPad and PDF editions.