There are lots to see starting from the 10,000 square foot Mitsukoshu Department Store filled with plenty of souvenirs. Kids will love this place! You can even pick out your own fresh water pearl. Bijutsu-kan Gallery has continuously changing exhibits and takes a look at anime and Japanese characters. A staple in this World Showcase pavilion is Miyuki, the Japanese candy artist from Tokyo. If you have the opportunity be sure to stand by and watch her make sweet creations. Take time to explore Japan to its fullest. Venture into the back of the pavilion and cross a bridge where you can admire Samurai Warriors, rocks, flowers, and a koi pond. If all that exploring has left you hungry, there are several restaurants to choose from. Including Katsura Grill, formerly the Yakitori House it features teriyaki beef, chicken, California rolls, and Udon. Don't forget to stop by KIDCOT the special area for kids where kids can interact with a country native.

Height: Any Height
Ages: All Ages

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