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Unique Japanese Attractions and Culture Featured on Yukendoit’s YouTube Channel

When I find something truly unique that catches my eye, I crow about it. Admittedly, I don’t do a lot of surfing of fan sites and vlogs simply because they are extremely repetitive. Recently, I stumbled across a YouTube channel that covers attractions in Japan (and around the globe) that I have never even heard

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20,000 Leagues Under the Sea Room Built into Walt Disney World Golden Oak Residence

If you’re a Disney fan and could theme any room in your house to your favorite Disney film or ride, what would it be? One mega-fan decided to add a “20,000 Leagues Under the Sea” room to their home in Golden Oaks on Walt Disney World property. These pictures were posted on the Wacky World Studios

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Shanghai Disneyland Pirates Concept Artwork Showcased on Disney Wonder Pirate Night

While recently traveling on the Disney Wonder, I was treated to some concept art I had never seen before during the Pirates in the Caribbean Deck Party. Dozens of photos from Shanghai Disneyland’s Pirates of the Caribbean: Battle for the Sunken Treasure. I’ll start this article off with an apology, as the angles on some

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Disney British Film References abound in Disney Wonder Bar

Upon first glance, the new Crown & Fin Pub aboard the Disney Wonder cruise ship is an extremely well-themed British pub and nothing more. Upon entering the Crown & Finn Pub, most patrons won’t even notices the dozens of nods to British Disney films on the walls and shelves. However, sharp-eyed Disney nerds will pick

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Could Immersive Theater be Merging with With Theme Parks in Disney’s Star Wars Land

I’ve been waiting for this moment for a long time and I think we are on the cusp of it finally happening. Immersive theater, which I believe is the most exciting form of entertainment out there today, may finally have some elements mixed in with Disney’s new Star Wars land when it opens in 2019.

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Epcot’s Spaceship Earth History Thoroughly Detailed Uncovered in New Martin Smith Videos

The treasures this guy creates just keep getting better. Martin Smith has done it again with remastered footage chronicling the history of Spaceship Earth at Epcot over the years and it’s incredible. As usual, Smith breaks down the attraction scene by scene and in the case of Spaceship Earth, layer by layer. It’s worth noting

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Why Disflix was a Catastrophic Failure

Oh boy. Sometimes you just can’t make this stuff up. In early April 2017, a new subscription-based service known as Disflix was announced. A clever mash-up of Disney and Netflix, which neither company was affiliated with in any form. Which is part of the problem, but I’m getting ahead of myself. Let’s start from the

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Shanghai Disneyland Offering Paid FastPass Option

It was only a matter of time. As of late March 2017, Shanghai Disneyland is offering a paid version of their FastPass service known as Disney Premier Access. Keep in mind, the free version of Disney’s FastPass is not going away. For now. More on that later. First, lets take a look at what this

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La Nouba Announces Official Closing Date at Disney Springs

After nearly 20 years of performances, Cirque du Soleil’s La Nouba at Disney Springs is taking its final bow on December 31, 2017. In a push to extend Downtown Disney’s presence, this one-of-a-kind show debuted on December 23, 1998. La Nouba was the first “residency” show created by Cirque du Soleil after Mystere and O

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Why do Shanghai Disneyland Guests go Poo Poo in Public Areas?

If you had told me years ago when I first started Theme Park University that I’d be discussing pooping habits at a theme park, I would’ve said you’re crazy. Yet, here I am. We’ve covered how different the culture is at Shanghai Disneyland before the park even opened. By far the most discussed topic is

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