Thursday, June 30, 2011

Tokyo Disney Sea Hotel Miracosta

Stayed a night at Tokyo Disney Sea's Hotel Miracosta last week. The Tokyo Disney Resort features three hotels, and Miracosta is the only one connected directly to the park. You can easily visit your room for a short break or to drop off souvenirs, etc. Perfect on a warm day with a knee injury (me). There are several room choices, including views of the parking lots or various parts of the park. The better the view, the higher the price. We decided to go for a view of the Italian part of Disney Sea, directly above the Venetian Gondola attraction. The view was excellent. In addition to the views, the hotel features Disney themed amenities, cable TV, Mickey announcing floors in the elevators, hotel exclusives in the gift shop, more. Definitely worth a visit if you like Disneyland.

Saturday, June 18, 2011

Hachioji Planet Park

Planet Park skatepark just opened a couple months ago in a suburb of Tokyo. I checked it out the other day, and the place was amazing. I've never seen anything quite like this in Japan. It just might be the biggest and best park around. There are areas for all levels and all kinds of terrain. The surface of the entire park is excellent, the smoothest cement I've ever skated. Feels like you're on ice. I only wish they had some transitions in the street area, like a quarter pipe or launch ramp or something. Everything there is banked. Definitely fun though, and well worth the 500 yen entrance fee.

Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Tokoji & Dave

Cometdebris is very excited about releasing pink versions of both Tokoji Seijin and his friend Dave, by Sun-Min and David Horvath. Both figures are cast in beautiful pink vinyl with metallic purple and black sprays, and bright yellow eyes. Tokoji also features a purple and blue splattered shell. Each figure is made in Japan and hand painted by Koji Harmon at Cometdebris headquarters in Tokyo. Both will be released in a limited edition run, with Tokoji being done in a signed and numbered edition of only 3 figures. Figures will be packaged in a bag with custom header card. Tokoji $100, and Dave $70. On sale Saturday, June 18, 8:00 PM (Pacific Daylight Time). That's Sunday, June 19, 12:00 PM Japan time.

Please note: Tokoji and Dave are adult collectible figures, not toys. Not for ages under 18.

Thursday, June 9, 2011

Coming Soon!

Coming soon to the Cometdebris website.
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Wednesday, June 8, 2011