This castle at Tokyo Disneyland is a near aesthetic clone of Cinderella Castle in Magic Kingdom Park, the main difference being a slightly different brick pattern and subtle color changes. Instead of a restaurant inside the castle, Tokyo’s version features Cinderella’s Fairy Tale Hall, a walk-through attraction telling the story of the 1950 animated classic film through dioramas and displays.
A representation of the Disney family coat of arms can be found on the center balcony on the castle’s Fantasyland facing side. The official Coat of Arms consists of three gold fleur-de-lis on a red fess (representing purity), a crest with a red lion passant-guardant (representing bravery or courage), and the motto Vincit qui patitur meaning: He conquers who endures. The emblem used on the castle is a custom design featuring the lion symbol. A similar emblem can be found on its clone castle in Magic Kingdom Park and on Sleeping Beauty Castle in Disneyland.
Be sure to take a look at the other iconic Disney Parks castles:
- Sleeping Beauty Castle (Disneyland Park)
- Sleeping Beauty Castle (Disneyland Paris)
- Castle of Magical Dreams
- Cinderella Castle (Magic Kingdom)
- Enchanted Storybook Castle
This location is mentioned in our blog post: A Photo Tour Of The BoardWalk’s Hidden Disney Castles
Official Information: TokyoDisneyland.jp