First up is Mediterranean Harbor. These buildings are actually located on a bridge over a waterway that runs around the entire park.
In this next photo, the structure on the far right is the Hotel Mira Costa, which has guest rooms that overlook Mediterranean Harbor. The building with the tower contains a wedding chapel (Chapel Mira Costa) on the second floor that is accessed through the hotel. On the ground level is a glassware shop (Nicolo's Workshop) and a stationary store (Il Postino Stationary). Both of these shops are located inside the park.
Next, we have the American Waterfront. I have posted pics in the past of the New York section of this area, but these next two pics show the Cape Cod section. And yes, that is a volcano (Mount Prometheus) rising up behind a New England town!
After climbing to the top of these steps, guests can get a view of Tokyo Bay.
This is the Arabian Coast section of the park. These marketplace streets contain shops, restaurants and some games of skill and chance.
The domed structure off in the distance is the top of the two-story Caravan Carousel.
Now we are in Mysterious Island. This close-up shot of Captain Nemo's submarine was taken while sailing by on a Tokyo DisneySea Transit Steamer.
I've mentioned before that Mysterious Island is completely surrounded by rockwork. This is a tunnel that leads from Mysterious Island over to the Port Discovery section of the park.
Here's a shot of the Indiana Jones Adventure: Temple of the Crystal Skull, which is located in the Lost River Delta.
This seaplane can be found parked along the shore. The land behind it remains undeveloped, but I do wonder if this area will be used in the future for park expansion. I happen to like it just the way it is...sort of like the undeveloped back portion of Disneyland's Rivers of America.
Next we have some architecture from Port Discovery, which is sort of the "Tomorrowland" of Tokyo DisneySea. Below, is the Horizon Bay Restaurant.
This tower is located next to the DisneySea Electric Railway station.
Last but not least, we have Mermaid Lagoon.
Most of Mermaid Lagoon is located indoors. This photo was taken while standing just inside the entrance and looking out.
A closer look at those arches reveals that they are covered in tile.
And an even closer look shows that there are characters from the "Little Mermaid" stamped into the tile.
I have mentioned previously that both of the Tokyo Disney parks celebrate their anniversaries every year and that a special logo is designed for each one. Below is the logo that was used last year for DisneySea's 8th anniversary. I have not yet seen the logo that will be used this year for the 9th anniversary.
To view the logos that were designed for Tokyo DisneySea's first seven anniversaries, click here Tokyo DisneySea logos.
Happy Anniversary, Tokyo DisneySea!