Apr 10, 2018
CHIBA, Japan - Tokyo Disneyland's new parade celebrating the theme park's 35th anniversary was unveiled to the press Tuesday with Mickey Mouse and his Disney friends dancing on gigantic floats.
The parade "Dreaming Up!" will premiere on Sunday. It is the first renewal of Tokyo Disneyland's daytime parade in five years.
It is part of Tokyo Disneyland's special anniversary event "Tokyo Disney Resort 35th 'Happiest Celebration!'," which will run through March 25 next year. The park's popular attraction "It's a Small World" will also reopen on Sunday.
The "Dreaming up!" parade has a total of 13 floats and is led by Mickey Mouse and Pluto on a vehicle featuring a winged horse, while Minnie Mouse glides along with Cinderella and Snow White.
Baymax, a key character from popular Disney movie "Big Hero 6," made his first appearance at the amusement park, joining the parade with his best friend Hiro on his back.
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